Turbo Chart -
Linear Project Software
What is Turbo-Chart Software?
What are Time Location Charts?
- Tunnels, and
- High-Rise Building Construction
Turbo-Chart Features and Benefits
We make integration easy! Your existing scheduling tool (P6, MSP etc) remain the single source of truth.
When you make changes to your schedule (in P6 , MSP etc), re-sync to instantly see the changes on your chart.
Additional charts allow you show more than one view of the same data. E.g. you may show a summary of the overall road project and more detailed charts of bridges/intersections.
DataSets allow you to easily compare scenarios on the same chart. E.g. Compare Planned vs Actual, or baseline vs P80 Risk Adjusted.
Some charts work better laid out differently. E.g. Multi-story building are best with height on the Y axis, and time on the X, but linear projects like railways, tunnels and bridges are usually best with location as the X axis an time on the Y axis. Turbo-Chart lets you choose the orientation and direction of each axis.
Choose between Line, Area, Parallelogram and Triangle basic shapes. Customise colours, fill styles and colours and opacity to create an unlimited number of shapes types. The legend is created automatically but is fully customisable. Filter Shapes displayed per chart
Annotations are additional text and graphics placed anywhere on your chart. Even though we can help you generate a chart from schedule data in seconds, the best charts have additional information on them to keep everyone informed.
As well as text and graphics, we can help you quickly highlight key dates and locations on your chart. Our highlighters can help readers see locations like bridges, stations or levels, or dates like contract milestones, weather periods or the data-date.
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Who is using Turbo-chart?
Turbo-Chart enhances your existing scheduling capabilities, rather than compete against them, saving you valuable time, cost and effort, that can be spent improving your schedules!