This class will show you how to assess the existing collaborative methods in a Building Information Modeling (BIM) project (Building or Infrastructure) using the Bew-Richards BIM Maturity Model and BS1192 as a reference standard. We will then explain how to identify the potential gaps that could lead to delays and cost inefficiencies and how to eliminate the gaps using workflows and software technology. Typically BIM projects involve multiple disciplines and multiple organizations. To collaborate efficiently and effectively among different disciplines and across different organizations, it is essential to have standard methods and procedures and a common data environment with clearly defined roles and responsibilities.
AEC and ENI professionals who are involved in BIM implementation, CAD managers and advanced users with CAD management responsibilities, and data managers
A technical consultant and TOGAF certified solution architect with extensive experience in data management, geo-spatial technologies, solutions design and enterprise systems. Has strong conceptual design skills, problem-solving capabilities, sound technological background, software development experience, and successfully deployed a number of enterprise based solutions in multiple industry segments including
His experience includes
delivering BIM projects as part Autodesk Consulting, BIM delivery team.
delivering projects at all levels of a project team in a variety of the roles, from solution architect to detailed solution feature developer.
creating solution architectures and high level designs, design and implementation using Autodesk, Microsoft, and Oracle technologies.
experienced analyst exposed to the entire life cycle of several projects, delivered solutions following recognised high quality standards.
In this class, we will cover the steps that are required to successfully install, configure, and populate Autodesk® Vault software to manage your data. We will introduce concepts, workflows, tools, and best practices. We will also discuss common mistakes that businesses make when planning and executing a Vault implementation.
Managing your data is critical, and keeping it managed for releases can be a key to having the right designs available at the right times. This class will explore the ins and outs of using Autodesk® Vault Workgroup, Autodesk® Vault Collaboration, and Autodesk® Vault Professional to manage the release process of your design documents. We will cover several aspects of release management, including how to build the right lifecycle workflow and how to incorporate Vault engineering change order (ECO) capabilities into your process. We will also explore the key considerations for security and access to your data. If you want to take full advantage of all Vault has to offer to manage your designs, this class is for you!
This class will provide attendees with a detailed exploration how to use Autodesk Vault software to organize, manage, and disseminate maps stored in DWG™ files. Specifically, you will learn how Autodesk Vault can be integrated closely with AutoCAD® Map 3D software for design, production, and operational maps. We will demonstrate how Autodesk® Infrastructure Map Server software can be used in conjunction with Autodesk Vault to globally visualize the contents of the vault in geographic space. We will discuss workflows that can be configured to ensure secure access to project drawings for engineering, design, field inspections, and construction. Finally, we will explain how Autodesk Vault can complement a GIS-centric implementation that uses Oracle® Spatial or ArcIMS.
In this class, we will take you on a tour of Autodesk® Product Design Suite 2013. We will show you what you can do with this flexible set of tools that are specialized in 3D mechanical design, simulation, tooling, electrical design, visualization, documentation, and collaboration. Using the design suite tools, you can evaluate and optimize machines while exchanging information with others throughout the design workflow. You will learn what you can accomplish by combining the Digital Prototyping capabilities of Autodesk® Inventor® software with enhanced design, visualization, and cloud services tools to reduce development costs and get machine designs to your clients faster and with less rework.
Autodesk Vault software is an often-overlooked tool that can provide remarkable benefits for the infrastructure design community. This class will explain exactly what document management software truly is and how it can benefit the civil design firm, and cover the steps for creating your own Autodesk Vault software environment. From the initial decision to implement document management, and all the way through development and final production rollout, we will review how Maser Consulting P.A. came to use Autodesk Vault Collaboration AEC in all 14 of its regional offices as well as the benefits gained from doing so.