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The Next Generation of BIM 360, Part 10: The New BIM Design Collaboration Enhancements

Posted on March 1, 2019 by Synergis Applications Consultant, Bill Knittle Recently, Autodesk released a new set of enhancements to the Design Collaboration module of BIM 360 Design. Several key modifications have been made to reduce friction and misunderstanding while enhancing the collaborative experience of working with Revit cloud-workshared models. Let’s discuss the administrative tweaks first and then, the feature

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The Next Generation of BIM 360, Part 6: Cross-Platform Collaboration

Posted on November 12, 2018 by Synergis Applications Consultant, Bill Knittle In Part 5, Applications Consultant Bill Knittle demonstrated how to use the newly updated homepage in Revit 2019.1 and explained how it differs from the Recent Files window. During this next part of our series, we’ll be discussing how BIM 360 Desktop Connect can provide workflows for cross-platform collaboration.

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The Next Generation of BIM 360, Part 5: Revit 2019.1 Home Connect Update

Posted on October 30, 2018 by Synergis Applications Consultant, Bill Knittle In Part 4, Applications Consultant Bill Knittle demonstrated how to collaborate within BIM 360 Design. During this next part of our series, we’ll be discussing how the Revit 2019.1 Home Connect Update provides you and your team with more direct access to your projects and shared cloud models in

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The Next Generation of BIM 360, Part 4: Collaborating in BIM 360

Posted on September 12, 2018 by Synergis Application Consultant, Bill Knittle In Part 3, I discussed the concepts of Teams and the sharing and consuming of Packages. When it comes to linking, the engineer can now use utilize two methods to link the architect’s Revit model to theirs. There is Live Linking and Controlled Sharing. Live Linking uses the architect’s live

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BIM, CIM and the DOT

Building Information Modeling (BIM) is everyday lingo and now Civil integrated Management (CIM) is joining its ranks as the 3D/4D of civil and infrastructure design.  Regardless of the name, the purpose is to be able to see a completed project before it’s built so better design decisions can be made earlier in the design process, while reducing the errors and inefficiencies.

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