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Filter and Search Inspections

How to find the inspections you want

Seth Nickinson avatar
Written by Seth Nickinson
Updated over a week ago

We have consolidated and rationalized our Filters (aka Search) so it is more consistent across the site.

The handful of most-commonly used filters are visible in the middle of the main dashboard. Using the yellow "funnel" icon you can expose a whole range of additional filters.

To explain some specific filters further:

Date Filters

  • "Date From and Date To" are the inspection date from the header, whereas

  • "Uploaded Date" is when the data was provided to SewerAI

  • "Completed Date" is when the inspection became AutoCode complete, if we ran AI AutoCode on your video


  • "Status (Pioneer)" is the video status in our system, e.g. "Uploaded"

  • "Status (NASSCO)" is the inspection status from the header, e.g "Complete Inspection"

  • "Reviewed" indicates whether you, or someone at your organization, has marked the inspection "Reviewed." This is not whether SewerAI has reviewed it. That is contemplated under "Status (Pioneer)"

  • "NASSCO Issues" - indicates whether the inspection has any outstanding NASSCO validation issues that would prevent export or import of a submittal

Ratings and Grades

  • "Structural 4/5" and "O&M 4/5" select for any inspection that has at least 1 observation meriting those grades

You can clear all Filters using the "X" at the far end of the section


Update: Wildcard Searches and Search Multiple Asset Fields

You can now search for multiple asset identifiers at the same time, and use also "wildcard" search terms for non-exact matches.

This special capability applies to:

  • Pipe Segment Ref.

  • Upstream MH

  • Downstream MH

  • Lateral Segment Ref. (for LACP)

  • Manhole Number (for MACP)

  • [Video] File Name (for just the Wildcard search)

1) Asset searches can now look for more than one identifier at once.

By hitting "Return" in one of these search fields in Pioneer®, it creates a little "lozenge" that saves the identifiers, like we have always done for Code or Project; see below:

Example search:

2) "Wildcard" searches of assets and file names, where you may be searching for a non-exact match.

Special search characters

  • The asterisk * means to search an unlimited number of characters

  • The carat ^ means to search for just one missing character

It looks like this in Pioneer:

example searches:

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