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Kris Riemslagh

FAB124912: How to Persist: Application Data from Revit into the Cloud—Focus on Prefabrication

(Duration 53:33)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Get a better understanding of requirements of prefabrication in construction
  • Understand how to enrich a Revit model to express prefabrication
  • See how a cloud application can lead to improved efficiency of the construction process
  • Understand the potential of Autodesk cloud APIs

Description

Description

Prefabrication and automation in offsite construction requires building models to be rich in data. The generation of construction drawings, creation of a bill of materials and the application of fabricated information is required in the model. In wood construction for example, it requires modeling of accurate processing (precutting) and assembly of prefabricated items including tooling (e.g. nailing and milling operations). All this, including derived data in the form of CNC files, shop drawings, etc., needs to be accessible by all stakeholders - the builders, prefabricators and project managers. By combining Autodesk products and APIs, hsbcad has developed improved workflows to create and modify rich model content. Revit content is able to enrich cloud based BIM that drives CNC equipment and improves on site processes. This leads to increased efficiency and cost control for the complete construction process.Joint AU/Forge DevCon class

Target Audience

Target Audience

Construction innovators, process integrators, software developers

Speakers

Speakers

Kris Riemslagh

Dr. ir. Kris Riemslagh, PhD in mechanical engineering.I love programming and solving complex problems that have a geometrical side to it. Luckily I find lots of them in my job at hsbcad as a software architect. I am guiding a team of over a dozen software developers and engineers who create applications that help our customers realize their challenging projects. The sales and support team of hsbcad is able to deploy and they bring feedback of fantastic projects. We are dedicated to facilitate the use of off-site machining and automation of timber constructions. This has turned out really challenging and engaging for me. I know our solutions have assisted in the creation of incredible buildings, and hope that our customers will continue to create magnificent constructions with it.

Bill Malcolm

Software engineer developing desktop and web software for the construction industry.

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Published

  • 2017
  • FAB124912
  • AU Las Vegas;

Software

  • Revit
  • A360
  • BIM 360 Docs
  • AutoCAD Architecture

Industry

  • Building Products & Fabrication

Topics

  • Building Construction
  • Subtractive Manufacturing
  • Building Information Modeling