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SiteInsights Dashboard Overview

SiteInsights Dashboard Overview



SiteInsights 3.0 RC Dashboard consists of three pages:

  • Overview - This page provides an overview of the project's progress.
  • Schedule - This page offers comprehensive project insights by tracking progress task-by-task.
  • Detail View - This page shows spatial context through a BIM Viewer, Capture Viewer, and table view based on the vendor and work area.

Overview Page


  • Displays actual progress (including all delayed amounts).
  • Metric: Quantity (%) is the default. Please note:
    • Users can define a custom metric (labor hour or cost).
    • When a custom unifying unit (labor hour or cost) is not specified, the overall progress will be displayed as a percentage.


Vendor Table (Vendor> Subcategory & Metric: Quantity %)

(Work) Area Table (Level >Work Area) & Metric: Quantity %)

Filter option to display past due items only.

Double-clicking on the chart will lead you to the schedule page, where relevant data is filtered and displayed.

Schedule Page


  • Task Basis Progress Tracking:
    • Provides comprehensive project insights by tracking progress on a task-by-task basis.
    • By adjusting the capture date, you can easily compare current task progress against the planned schedule in the Gantt chart.
    • Displays the progress in the Gannt chart based on the last updated schedule and marks the first and last object(s) detected.
    • Streamlines support for schedule revisions.
  • Completion Progress History:
    • Compares actual progress to the planned schedule, forecasts completion dates based on previous production rates, and provides the required production rate to meet the schedule.


Task Basis Progress Tracking

  • The Task Timeline offers flexible column arrangement, sorting, and filtering options. With these functionalities, you can sort and focus on the progress of specific tasks.
  • It displays the progress in a Gantt chart and marks the first and last object detected.
  • By utilizing the timestamps of the first and last detected objects, you can examine whether an activity has been executed according to the planned schedule. You can also identify delays and determine if the task wasn't detected on the specified capture date.

Completion Progress History

  • The Completion Progress History chart illustrates the Actual Progress trend compared to the Planned Schedule.
  • It forecasts the completion date based on the production rate over the one-month, three-month, or entire duration.
  • The chart provides insights into the projected completion date and the required production rate to meet the schedule.
  • When selecting an individual activity or applying column filters, the Completion Progress History chart dynamically adjusts. (default will be based on all tracking activities).

(Column filter)

(Select individual activity)

(Completion progress)

Detail View Page


  • Displays details based on the vendor and work area.
  • Reality check:
    • The default BIM viewer is Blank and a message will be displayed to select a cell.
    • Highlighted drawing per selected cell.
    • When objects within a selected cell belong to multiple BIMs, Multi-BIM loading will be initiated.
  • UI for users to update the progress details.


Status View

Activity View (formerly 'Phases')

Reality Check

  • Color-coded progress per selected cell in the table.
    • The default BIM Viewer is empty, a message to prompt the selection of a cell in the table will be displayed.
  • Multi-Model Loading: Multi-model BIM loading will be activated if a selected cell belongs to several BIM files.
  • The table will be highlighted to show the section in the BIM viewer.

Filter Option

  • Hide Progress Bar

Work Details

  1. Select the cell with the objects whose status you want to adjust.
  2. Toggle on Work Details in the upper right corner.
  3. Select the BIM List tab.
  4. The list of associated objects will be displayed.
  5. Check the items you want to modify, then click Change.
  6. Specify the 'New' status as either 'Complete' or 'Not Complete'.
  7. If you choose 'Complete', you'll also need to define the 'Completion date'.
  8. Click Save.

More Details on Activities

When viewing the Detail View page, it is important to note that not all categories have multiple activities:

  • Categories might be 'not complete' & 'complete' or 'not started' & 'completed'.
  • Other categories might have several activities. When this is the case the tab displays those activities.

Here are examples:

  • Basic Walls:
    • Not-Started
    • Framing Done
    • SheetRock Done
    • Painting
    • Done (when Painting is Done)
  • Ceilings:
    • Not-Started
    • Framing Done
    • Gypsum Done
    • Done (when Gypsum is Done)
  • Floors:
    • Not-Started
    • Concrete-Done
    • Tiles-Done
    • Done (when Tiles are Done)

There are many types of objects (categories that don't go through an activity). These include:

  • Ducts:
    • Not-Started
    • Installed
    • Done (when Installed)
  • Doors:
    • Not-Started
    • Doors Hung
    • Done (when Doors Hung)

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