This animation shows the evolving Knowledge Graph of a corporate office project. Hivemap ingested some 8,000 language-based documents, pulled out the topics and risks, turned them into a Knowledge Graph on the Hivemap dashboard, and shows the evolution over time.
Users can stop this animation at any point, go back and forward in daily steps, show or hide the names and metadata of each topic or cluster of topics, pan and zoom across the Knowledge Graph, and drill right into low-level detail where they want.
Each blob represents one topic. The bigger the blob, the more important the topic. The key thing here is that the Knowledge Graph structures all content by topics rather than file name or storage location. Project managers only need to look at where many topics cluster. This is what they need to have on the radar.
How does this help you as a project manager? It only takes you seconds to figure out what you need to zero in on. No more worrying about missing one of hundreds of emails, no more being afraid of missing important stuff because you’re not in the room when something is discussed. Hivemap becomes your safety net.
Hivemap reduces construction risk by making earlier course-corrections possible. And it reduces cost by minimizing time spent reading each and every email and report. Depending on project size, this can easily translate into millions of £ saved.