Organisation Chart

The organisation chart will display the hierarchy within the entire organisation. It provides a visual representation of and is not limited to 

  • Who reports to whom

  • Who can approve leave for someone

  • Who can allocate resources to whom

  • Which resources has been assigned to whom

  • Who is the resource head 

This will hold true even in the case of multiple people. Resources can be both human resources or machines.

The organisation chart also shows when an employee is free, when he is currently on standby for a predecessor task, when he is occupied with a certain task and the priority of that task, when he is currently delaying or being delayed, when he is waiting for approval and what his performance compared to his contemporaries.

The organisation chart also shows the resources attached to various department. Resources are physical systems, both movable and immovable ones. 



AI Task Manager

Tasks are either standalone or can be a part of a project.

An actor is a member of a task and also the member of a project if the task he is in, is a subset of the project. Actors have global profiles based on their professions such as a carpenter or an engine specialist. Based on these global profiles an actor may also have a very task specific profile such as, being good at teak wood or a specialisation with engine analysis. Tasks and Actors joint together in an environment is called an Armed Task. Tasks cannot be without an actor. 

Tasks are governed by the Task Management AI. The AI is responsible for starting and ending a task or activation a parallel task. It acts like a watch dog based on set project or organisational rules. These rules are user defined to give the AI a sense of understanding the entire organisation. The AI can also create its own rules based on statistical and pathfinder data, such as the best resource to allocate a certain task to.

The AI first boots and starts certain tasks, it intercepts all interactions and transactions that occur in the task and based on these interactions it executes, aborts or suspends the next tasks which are dependant on the current task. Every task is linked to multiple tasks to simulate an organisations workflow, so the status of a task currently in progress will be monitored by the AI to make decisions and actions on consecutive tasks.


Advanced Craft System

The Advanced Craft System (ACS) is an integrated development environment dedicated to creating and launching new tasks. It essentially facilitates the workflow starting from the operation to the mobile devices, web based systems, machine control systems, fog and cloud.

Tasks and actors in the ACS are represented by icons, the actors can be humans, machines or just resources. Tasks are pre-planned with their properties with restrictions and rules set for them. The same way actors are also pre-planned with their properties with restrictions and rules added set for them. Each task can be connected with actors required to complete the task. Both the task and the actors have properties which are defined by project rules where the properties of the task, project, environment, actor or external elements can lead to the creation of an action. This action can be the start of a new task or the modification of an existing task.

The IDE has a number of stages such as the

  • Design Stage

  • Verification Stage

  • Operation Stage



Task Types

There are different task types which can be used based on the kind of scenario

Optimise performance in construction based activities