Project Manager

Last modified by Dennis Knudsen on 2024/05/22 14:14

Project manager gives you a complete insight of the project in 3D while including summaries and reports for all elements. It also incorporates scheduling of design, production, transportation, and erection, with element status, which allows for complete control of the progress and easy tracking of each individual element. There are also functions to illustrate the erection sequence of the elements from start to finish, providing better scheduling and understanding of the actual erection progress.

Structure

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Figure 1: Project Manager's main tabs

There are five main tabs that build up the structure in Project Manager, these are from left to right: Backstage, Home, View, Calculation & Modules. Each tab will be described below.

Modules

Modules in IMPACT are designed for specific areas of use and many of them also require separate licenses to be activated. The functionality that comes with the modules is well integrated with the rest of the program. As an example, it is possible to drag and drop elements from the model view onto a bed in the cast planning module for easy and visual production planning. Any module can be activated from the Modules tab in the ribbon, shown in the image below.

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Figure 2: Available modules

List of modules:

Core features

Common Features

Here are some links to features that Project Manager offers that other applications also have.

Project Manager Access Rights

FunctionPermissionDescription
Element Id Grid/Note (Edit Note)Design Data Write 
   
   

Imports & exports

The project manager has import and export functions to exchange data between different IMPACT systems. In addition, there are other features that export data from IMPACT to other formats that are readable by other applications, such as business systems. This allows the work of IMPACT to be transferred and further processed in other programs.

Interface

Home

Under the home tab there are six main parts: Model, View, Visibility, Selection, Crane & Tools. These will be described down below.

Model

  • Update Model
  • Reload Model

View

  • Phase
  • Element Color
  • Text Color
  • Status Color Legend

Visibility

  • Hide
  • Unhide
  • Isolate
  • Toggle Hidden
  • Unhide All

Selection

  • Invert
  • By Element Mark
  • Select by Type
  • Select by Definition
  • Select by Group
  • Select by Product

Crane

  • Add Crane...
  • Edit...
  • Copy
  • Delete
  • Move
  • Hide
  • Unhide All
  • General Load Check
  • Crane Load Check

Tools

Working in the Project Manager