Description of program:
Autodesk Revit software is unique in allowing design work to be divided up logically, thus enabling multiple participants to collaborate on a single building project simultaneously. However, for true real-time collaboration with your consultants (such as with MEP and Structural engineers), a suitable project hosting environment is needed.
We will explore Public versus Private Cloud & BIM Project Cloud computing, and the concept of distributed data versus centralized data. Aimed at intermediate CAD/BIM users who are unfamiliar with Revit or who have only worked with Revit in non-workshared mode, this course will demonstrate how to activate Revit Worksharing collaboration and utilize tools that support multi-party collaboration, including how your consultants can link to your central project file. And finally, to lend context to multi-participant BIM collaboration, the often misunderstood Revit Server will be explained for a clear idea of Revit Server’s purpose and functionality, as well as its newest incarnation A360 Collaboration for Revit.
At the end of this course, participants will be able to:
1 – Understand difference between Public Cloud as compared to Private Cloud and BIM Project Cloud.
2 – Learn how Revit Worksharing collaboration is enabled and what tools support the collaborative environment. *(built-in Revit sync vs 3rd party sync)
3 – Learn how multiple firms collaborate centrally on the same Project in real-time in a secure shared area.
4 – Develop a clear understanding of what Revit Server is and how it functions, along with newer A360 Collaboration for Revit, to give context to Private Cloud and BIM Project Cloud.