Dashboards are becoming increasingly popular: they reduce information to the essentials, they are interactive and easy to unterstand. They also facilitate communication within a team. And last but not least, they simply look good. These are all reasons why we have been using dashboards for some time now. To express our enthusiasm, we have chosen a dashboard, fed it with simulated data and published it here.
On the map the buildings are represented as red circles. Select a building and the dashboard will show you its characteristics.
The dashboard is accessible at the following link:
Explanation of the individual graphics:
Left column (from top to bottom):
- 1st key figure: Average missed deadline for order processing (maintenance, troubleshooting, etc.)
- 2nd key figure: Average reaction time for technical faults or alerts from the building automation system
- 3rd key figure: Budget overview
- Distribution of areas (in this case according to SIA)
- Further information about the building
Middle column (from top to bottom):
- Map with the objects / buildings: Select an object to get an overview of the building.
- Course of technical malfunctions: Number of technical alerts per calendar week.
Right column (from top to bottom):
- Cost overview with comparative data from the previous year
- Cost development: Development of total FM costs over the years, incl. trend line (red line)
- Pending work to be done on the building.