If you are a private pilot it's always a good idea to have the information about your flights per yearly flight season. Where you traveled, which countries covered, etc and etc.
Private flying is pure hobby - you just waste money and the more information on the subject you have, the simpler this process will be.
Once at the end of spring we implemented automatic flespi analytics, I decided to test it with the plane. I installed WiaTag app to my phone and started to record my flights.
Now, in autumn, close to the end of flying season (in Belarus) I can now analyze gathered telematics data together with flespi calculators and visualize it with MQTT Tiles application.
The resulting dashboard is accessible by the following link. And it took me approximately 1 hour to create flespi calculators, configure and adopt widgets positions in MQTT Tiles to correctly render even in mobile phones and finally create flespi token protected by ACL and use it for safe link export to the public.
For those who are interested I can put here the configuration of MQTT Tiles for the import and flespi calculator settings. It's fairly easy to achieve.
And by the way - the information on dashboard is updated in real time whenever I'm flying and split on a yearly basis, so after first flight in 2020 it will gone from this dashboard and new flights will be gathered.