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Judd Fuoto, Mona Jalilzadeh, Sheryl Yang
You have probably heard that next-generation BIM 360 products are being built on top of Autodesk Forge platform, and seen various demos highlighting the advanced technology that Forge provides. What does this mean to a BIM 360 enterprise customer? By leveraging the free and add-on Forge web services that come with BIM 360 subscription, enterprise customers will be able to elevate the return-on-investment of BIM 360 to the next level. In this session, we will share with you the success stories and use cases, from enterprise customers perspective, on how to use Forge to extend and integrate capabilities of BIM 360 to align with the company workflows and fit into the ecosystem within the enterprise. You will get better understanding on what is available and applicable out of Forge to BIM 360, and gain inspirations on ideas as to what you can do with your models and data to power the future of construction. (Joint AU/Forge DevCon class).
BIM/VDC Manager, Building Owner, Executive/Corporate Manager, Construction Manager, Construction Engineer
Judd Fuoto is a Senior Analyst within the AEC Technologies Team's Innovation Group at Southland Industries, one of the nation's largest MEP building systems firms. In his role, Judd is responsible for researching emerging technologies and trends within the AEC industry, conducting proof of concept projects for new tools and workflows, developing corresponding process documentation, and overseeing the implementation of new tools and processes. Prior to joining Southland, Judd worked in the Division of Operations at George Washington University where he helped operationalize BIM for facilities management practices within the Facilities Information Management Procedures Manual. Judd also worked in the architecture design field for more than six years. After receiving his bachelor of architecture from Virginia Tech, Judd obtained a virtual design and construction certificate from the Center for Integrated Facility Engineering at Stanford University, as well as a certificate in building information modeling from the College of Built Environments at the University of Washington.