MissionControl is a web application presented by Konrad K Sobon at Autodesk University 2017 that allows you to access Revit data from a web browser. It brings important data from Revit models right at your fingertips in a clean and responsive format:

MissionControl has some nice features like:

  • Dashboards for data visualization
  • Revit add-in with model health report and tasks list
  • Live link between Revit models and web dashboars
  • Task manager

And the greatest feature is that HOK MissionControl has recently been open sourced:  https://github.com/HOKGroup/MissionControl

Here is the full Konrad’s presentation from AU2017: https://www.autodesk.com/autodesk-university/class/Web-Based-Project-Management-2017#presentation


Posted by:Konstantin Zhukoven

A highly motivated and passionate BIM expert dedicated to staying on the pulse of technology.

3 replies on “Aesthetics in data visualization – HOK MissionControl

  1. Dear Konstantin,
    thanks a lot for posting this, I am currently working on it with Dan S, another HOK developer and with the http://www.sfcdug.org (sfcdi) non-profit in order to make easier to use for people and to improve it values. We would love to have more people engage in the development of this open-source and community tool. Here other links and material that could be helpful https://github.com/albertotono/MissionControl https://devpost.com/software/mission-control-aec and https://devpost.com/software/eagle

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    1. Hello Alberto,
      Thank you for reaching out to me. We’ve been using MissionControl since its open-source release, and it is a really powerful tool that streamlines our Revit data management workflows. I’d like to thank your awesome HOK team (and ex-HOKers, of course) for opening this technology to the public, and I’m always open for collaboration.
      Regards, Konstantin

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