Building Information Modeling (BIM) not only has an impact on designers, but it also impacts suppliers of construction products. Today even suppliers are required to provide digital content for a BIM model. Hilti Corporation has developed a seamless integration of their products into AutoCAD software, Revit software, and Inventor software. The second evolution is then the provision of tools for automatic placement. Based on a linked setup and own developed plug-ins for Navisworks software, Revit software, and AutoCAD software, Hilti has created an expert tool for the market. But it’s not only during the design process that the supplier can support digitally. With the integration of construction information already during the design process and export tools for AutoCAD software and Revit software, the simple exchange to jobsite tools can be achieved. The class will show how a customer can use detailed content from Hilti. Furthermore, we will give an inside look into the automated solutions found by using the Hilti Button. We will conclude with the best support for the execution by bringing information of a BIM model to the jobsite.
Architects / Designers / MEP Consultants / Contractors who are working on detailing and firestop within AutoCAD and Revit.
Connor's goal in BIM/VDC is to bring new technology into daily practice by creating procedures and tools that can be used by everyone, by developing processes that meet the needs of our design partners and clients, and by interfacing with other industry experts to ensure the latest methods are being employed. Connor has been able to work towards these goals because of a unique background that combines a wide variety of field supervisory experience in construction, surveying, and high level computer use. In construction Connor worked out in the field performing layout or supervisory functions on projects that include highways, shoreline reconstruction, water/wastewater treatment plants, bridges, airports, high-end residential condos, structural retrofits, historic renovations, hospitals, and schools. Connor has combined that practical knowledge with the ability to interface with computers down to the programming level to find a successful role in BIM/VDC at Kiewit.
Outside of Kiewit Connor has worked to make BIM/VDC successful for the industry as a whole. Connor's drive to standardize BIM/VDC in the industry has led him to get involved in the National BIM Standard (NBIMS) where he is the Secretary of the Planning Committee as well as the Chair of the Standard Practice Subcommittee. As a member of the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) BIM committee Connor works to create contract language that will not only assist the USACE in their efforts but also other facility owners that are starting to require BIM/VDC on their projects. Connor also wants BIM/VDC to be a tool for the workforce. He is currently working towards this goal as a Subject Matter Expert for the United Brotherhood of Carpenters where he is working on a BIM training curriculum for all Carpenters in the US and Canada.
We will describe the nitty-gritty programming details to implement a cloud-based system to analyze, visualize, and report on universal component usage. The components can be Revit software families used in Building Information Modeling (BIM) or any other kind of assets in any other kind of system. The focus is on the cloud-based database used to manage the component occurrences, either in global or project-based coordinate systems. You can make searches based on both keywords and geographical location. Models are visualized using pure WebGL, Three.js, and the Autodesk View and Data API, providing support for online viewing and model navigation. You can use the web app in any browser and on any mobile device with no need to install any additional software whatsoever. This is an advanced class for experienced programmers.
Have you ever tried to control the shape of a curved form parametrically in the Family Editor? If so, you’ve no doubt discovered that flexing them sometimes throws you a curveball. In this session we’ll explore several techniques to tame your unruly parametric curves. We’ll look at examples of circles, arcs, quarter round, half round, arches, and we’ll even check out some splines. We’ll look at both simple and compound curves. We’ll work primarily in the traditional Family Editor but most techniques apply to the massing Family Editor environment as well. We’ll explore curvature and rotation, and we’ll throw in some trigonometry for good measure. After this session, I cannot guarantee that you’ll never have another misbehaving curve in your family content, but what I can promise is that you’ll come away with several useful tools to help you tame them when curve-mischief strikes!
Als Teil der Neugestaltung des Hauptbahnhofs Salzburg wurde am Südeingang ein Bereich neu gestaltet.<br/><br/>Herzstück dieses Bereichs ist ein nierenförmiges Freiformdach.<br/><br/>Wir zeigen die Herausforderung und Herangehensweise, wie aus Splines eine Planung bis zur Führungsplanung mit einem BIM Modell möglich war.
Revit software customization via the Revit API has continued to grow in popularity over the last several years. Because of the complexity of Revit software and the extensiveness of the Revit API, new Revit software add-in developers often run into similar problems and repeatedly ask questions of the customer support or on social media and forums. This course collects many of the most-frequently asked questions and most-likely encountered problems into a single presentation. In this lecture you will see common solutions to typical problems, discover often repeated Dos and Don’ts, and learn recommended approaches to developing and structuring Revit software add-ins. For each topic we will review the mistakes or roadblocks developers typically stumble upon and show the recommended solution while illustrating the answers with useful examples you can borrow from or modify. This course assumes the working knowledge of Microsoft .NET programming and experience with the Revit software API.
This class will showcase new high-performance building design workflows from Autodesk, Inc., and their applications in the early design stages. We will explain and explore through the case study application current technology and new features in FormIt 360 software and Revit software. This class will cover processes and best practices for using conceptual analysis tools as integrated, iterative, and collaborative parts of the design process from a Design Team’s point of view. It is critical to use performance analysis tools early when aiming for high-performance design goals. New high-performance building design workflows are making analysis tools more accessible and easier to use earlier in the design process than ever before. Analysis tools can go a long way toward informing design decisions, saving time, and improving the usefulness and validity of your design.
All tech managers, CAD or BIM or IT, need to have a baseline of character and skills that drive their progress forward. We will discuss 19 key character traits that a manager needs and 7 crucial skills that with propel you to success. Learn about how your approach and demeanor can energize others. Find practical skills that you need to hone so that your team is working at peak speed. Identify and build on your strengths.
<p>Using View Filters inside of Revit software will enable you to control both the visibility and graphics of the elements included in the filter. Filters can either be created from a conditional format or from a selection set. Once filters are created, knowing how to assign them in View Templates and how to assign View Templates to views are the keys to creating standardization in your projects. Join me as we discuss both new and old features of View Filters and View Templates to control your graphics and visibility.<br>
In the “real world” most architecture and engineering projects span multiple releases of Autodesk, Inc.’s, Revit software. In many organizations a question that comes up with every new release (every year) is: Which projects should we migrate to the new version and which ones should we finish in their current version? The intent of this roundtable session is to give PICs, project managers, Building Information Modeling (BIM) managers, architects, engineers, and others who are involved in long-term Revit software projects an open forum to discuss the best ways of dealing with the Autodesk yearly release cycle. We will discuss potential benefits (i.e., added functionality, performance enhancements) weighed against possible pitfalls (i.e., hidden costs, features that don't work as expected or as they did in previous releases) and how the decision to upgrade or not has to involve the entire collaborative Project Team. We will also talk about the pros and cons of skipping specific releases.
This class will present a Revit software plug-in developed collaboratively by Stanford University and Autodesk, Inc., that enables architects and engineers to receive real-time feedback on the installed cost, lead time, and environmental impact of steel structural design options. The estimates are based on current data provided by members of the structural steel supply chain, including mills, fabricators, and erectors. The IP required to produce the estimate is stored and maintained by each party in a secure online database; information authorized for release to the designer is accessed by the Revit plug-in via web services and visualized in the context of the Building Information Modeling (BIM). We will share 2 industry case-study applications of the technology in collaboration with Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP (SOM); Rutherford + Chekene; and Herrick. We will discuss the business benefits and process changes required to on-board the technology for design engineers, fabricators, and erectors, and we will cover future plans for the development of the technology.
Diese Session zeigt, wie ein BIM Raumbuch (Raumblätter und Ausstattungslisten) zentral verwaltet und direkt mit dem Revit-Modell synchronisiert werden können. Damit erhalten Planer die Sicherheit, dass alle baurelevanten Rauminformationen aus dem Raumbuch (Raumfunktionen, Raumgrössen, Ausstattungen, Raumattribute, Sicherheitsbestimmungen, etc.) bereits von der ersten bis zur letzten Planungsphase eingehalten werden. Das cloudbasierte Raumbuch von dRofus wurde speziell für einen kollaborativen BIM Workflow mit Revit entwickelt und wird bereits in unzähligen BIM Projekten weltweit eingesetzt.
Building Information Modeling (BIM) and Revit software are big in design and construction, but if maintenance and asset management aren't part of the lifecycle data process, then are we really doing BIM? Or is it simply virtual design and construction? The most important component in the BIM process for maintenance and asset management is the facility model and its connection to an asset management system; it may also be the easiest element in the process to overlook. In this class we'll discuss the evolution of Denver International Airport's efforts to integrate their Revit software, AutoCAD Civil 3D software, BIM 360 software, geographic information system (GIS), and Maximo Asset Management programs to create the Holy Grail of BIM—a single source of truth for facility data.
This class will cover the use of many Autodesk, Inc., Building Information Modeling (BIM) software, such as Revit Architecture software, Revit MEP software, Revit Structure software, AutoCAD Civil 3D software, Navisworks software, and cloud services, including BIM 360 Glue software and BIM 360 Field software, in order to assist in the daily maintenance and operations of airports.