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Monitor your published or shared cloud-based Revit models effortlessly with the DAQS Dashboard. It offers a high-level overview of your models, and we are continually enhancing it to provide even more insights into your projects' status. 

Direct analysis for engineers in Revit

DAQS Assist

Elevate your Revit experience by checking your work-in-progress (WIP) models directly within Revit using the DAQS Assist plugin. It provides a detailed list of issues related to the model being worked on, along with insightful information explaining the purpose of each rule and guidance on resolving the problems. Users can apply filters to focus on specific issues, such as 'critical' or 'performance' concerns. 

IFC report

Additionally, the DAQS Dashboard offers detailed analysis reports for IFC files. Scan your IFC file by uploading it or selecting it from your BIM360 / ACC environment. Gain a comprehensive report on your IFC model, ensuring it aligns with national standards. 

For companies

  • Insights into areas where costs can be saved and efficiency increased.
  • Reduction in modeling time costs.
  • Insights into the modeling process.
  • Quality overviews and process progress of internal disciplines and third parties.
  • Project status and progress.
  • Development of BIM capabilities of employees.
  • Time savings compared to semi-manual IFC analyses.
  • Insights into the training needs of employees.

For BIM Coordinators

  • The ability to perform checks on source data.
  • Pre-agreement with project partners on standardized checks to be conducted.
  • Prevention of surprises with quality issues.
  • Insights for project managers on focal points.
  • Insights into the quality of the data.
  • Possibility for data-driven decision-making.
  • Understanding where knowledge and skills can be further developed.

For Modelers

  • Time savings in the often time-consuming and tedious work of data validation.
  • Efficiency in ensuring consistency in models.
  • Personal insights for knowledge development and progress.
  • The ability to analyze a model during ongoing activities.


Revit performance issues often develop gradually over time as users engage in modeling, add content to projects, and process changes. The accumulation of these small performance hits can lead to a decline in user experience and productivity. Complicating matters is the multitude of factors that can contribute to performance problems, making it a challenge to identify their root causes. DAQS specializes in pinpointing these issues and offers targeted suggestions on what aspects to address first, streamlining the process of enhancing Revit performance.


In a BIM project, various specifications dictate the required data, often necessitating exports from Revit for use in different programs. However, there's a common challenge: there are typically fewer individuals skilled in checking information models compared to those proficient in creating them. This discrepancy often results in a bottleneck in the workflow and a loss in time due to issue administration overhead.

To address this challenge, DAQS introduces model validation directly within Revit, eliminating the need for numerous exports. This approach not only streamlines the process but also expands the pool of individuals responsible for ensuring data quality. By reducing the bottleneck and overhead associated with issues, DAQS significantly enhances the overall quality of BIM projects.


Companies facing challenges with data quality and delivery of data according to specifications can encounter various risks, including:

Project Delays: Inaccurate or incomplete data can lead to delays in project timelines. If the information provided does not meet specifications, it may require revisions, causing setbacks in the overall project schedule.

Increased Costs: Rectifying data errors and addressing quality issues incurs additional costs. This could involve hiring more personnel, investing in new technologies, or spending extra resources to meet project requirements.


Time is a precious resource in project workflows, and DAQS is designed to streamline your processes, saving you valuable time at every step. In a typical project workflow, multiple engineers create specific models, export them to either IFC or NWC, and then share these files with a BIM coordinator for analysis on data quality and BIM uses like clash detection. The findings are then communicated back to the engineers, often in the form of BCF, resulting in a significant influx of issue-related communication.