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[Watch] Everything you need to know about your BIM collaboration options

[Watch] Everything you need to know about your BIM collaboration options

Do you regularly work on BIM projects with people outside of your office? Watch this video and gain a better understanding of the ROIs, complexity, and management of the various solutions. We will discuss: The cost-benefits of the various options Compare their pros and cons from the cheap but complex do-it-yourself types like VPNs to…

Introducing BIM 360 Team

Introducing BIM 360 Team

Purpose-built for the needs of architects, engineers and their project stakeholders, BIM 360 Team gives design teams a central location to communicate, view, markup and review 2D and 3D project design files from anywhere—simply using a web browser to a mobile device. By giving project access to all team members who need it, design teams…

Download Methods for Autodesk Account

Download Methods for Autodesk Account

Download Methods for Autodesk Account Downloading from Autodesk Account Download Methods in Autodesk Account Troubleshooting Download Issues Downloading from Autodesk Account To access the Autodesk Account download options for your software: Sign in to your Autodesk Account at manage.autodesk.com. Locate the software you wish to download in the list of Products & Services. Click the…

Revit 2017 New Features

Revit 2017 New Features

Autodesk Revit 2017 software for Building Information Modeling (BIM) includes navigation optimizations and improvements that deliver enhanced software speed and performance. New features help users model detailed design intent and connect design and detailing workflows. Revit 2017 elevates design communication and connects BIM features that drive more efficient processes for the extended workflow. PLATFORM  …

360 Degree Revit Collaboration

360 Degree Revit Collaboration

This presentation will provide an overview of Autodesk’s A360 cloud based Collaboration for Revit. What does it really mean to have the entire project team work on shared building information models​ in real-time across time-zones? Are we finally done with the era of paper drawings? This session will also compare the various modes of Revit…

Collaboration for Revit

Collaboration for Revit

Autodesk recently posted a few videos to get people started with Collaboration for Revit. They run through different steps, such as setting up your project and using the built in communication tools. It is also worth noting that there is a new blog exclusively dedicated to A360 services.

Top 3 Trends for BIM in 2015

Top 3 Trends for BIM in 2015

As 2015 starts, people like to pull out and dust their crystal balls to identify what will be the biggest trends for BIM. On our end, we see the convergence of many exciting technologies. We can expect that many of these will improve productivity. The following are my best guesses (Edwin’s) for the coming year…

C4R – Collaborate for Revit and the BIM collaboration landscape

C4R – Collaborate for Revit and the BIM collaboration landscape

On Dec 7 Autodesk is releasing a cloud based Revit collaboration solution called ‘Collaborate for Revit’ or C4R. This solution enables firms to collaborate across WAN without complex IT setup, but with the caveat that your project data will reside in the A360 cloud. In addition to easy global collaboration you also get a tightly…

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