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What’s New with Autodesk?

Interested in seeing what the new Autodesk features can do for you? Intrigued by the use of building information modeling (BIM) in your firm?  Microsol Resources hosts these annual webinar series on What’s New with Autodesk that showcase and highlight the newest features of the various Autodesk products on the different versions.

We focus our webinars on the project workflow and share tips and tricks for the new software features.  With brand new features, the new version offers greater productivity, improved collaboration, and more integrated BIM workflows.

With each new release, Autodesk strives to offer various improvements and new capabilities for their software from AutoCAD to Revit, Navisworks, Civil 3D, BIM 360 and more!

While all these new updates sound wonderful, what exactly does this mean for you? View our recorded webinars by following these links.

What’s new with Autodesk 2020?

 

What’s new with Autodesk 2019?

What’s new with Autodesk 2018?

What’s new with Autodesk 2017?

Stay ahead of the curve and see the demos of the new features with our building and infrastructure specialists. Microsol Resources will bring you the latest information on Autodesk products so be sure to always follow our website, blog and social networks to stay up to date.

If you have any questions, please email info@microsolresources.com or call us at 888-768-7568.

 

 

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Collaboration for Revit is now BIM 360 Design

Autodesk is converging its AEC project delivery and construction management solutions into one cloud platform: BIM 360.  As of April 9th, 2018,  Collaboration for Revit will be repackaged and rebranded as BIM 360 Design.

BIM 360 Design is a cloud worksharing, design collaboration, and data management product built for distributed and multidisciplinary teams on the new BIM 360 platform. You can co-author Revit models the same way you have in Collaboration for Revit, and access data management and collaboration functionality like 2D & 3D viewer and markup tool accessible via web, phone, and tablet. You can also use additional features like:

  • Access controls by user, role, or company, and file- and folder-based permissions
  • Issue management
  • Tracking and deliverable coordination
  • Change visualization
  • Unlimited storage

Activate your Account
If you are the Contract Manager, click here to activate your team’s account. You’ll need your contract number associated with your Collaboration for Revit subscription to activate, which is available on your Autodesk Account.

What happens to the current projects in Collaboration for Revit?
If you are using Collaboration for Revit to co-author multi-discipline Revit models and are storing your project data in BIM 360 Team, you may continue to use both for ongoing projects with uninterrupted access for as long as you renew. However, data from BIM 360 Team will remain separate from the new BIM 360 platform.

Which Revit versions will work with Collaboration for Revit and BIM 360 Design?
BIM 360 Design can be used with Revit 2018.3 and later versions.

  • With Revit 2015-2018.2, you can use cloud worksharing in Collaboration for Revit (with BIM 360 Team for data management).
  • With Revit 2018.3, you can cloud workshare in both Collaboration for Revit (with BIM 360 Team for data management) on current projects. You can also use BIM 360 Design.
  • With Revit 2019, cloud worksharing will only work with BIM 360 Design (with data management on the new BIM 360 platform).

Already have a BIM 360 Design license and looking to get in configured? Please visit our BIM 360 Design: Basic Configuration blog post.

For more information, make sure to view this FAQ. For any additional questions, feel free to contact us at support@microsolresources.com or give us a call at (888) 768-7568.

 

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Explore how Autodesk’s Connected BIM Solutions put the Power of the Cloud into your BIM Workflows

Technology is transforming the way that buildings and infrastructure are designed, constructed, and operated. It’s helping improve decision making and performance across the buildings and infrastructure lifecycle.

To learn more about how Autodesk’s Connected BIM processes goes beyond design, leveraging the power of the cloud to help make possible practically anytime, anywhere, collaboration, data continuity across a project, and provide deep insight to help improve decision-making,

Join us and register now for Microsol Resources’ weekly webinar series, starting on Tuesday, January 9 at 11 am EST.

If you missed these webinars, you can view the recording of all of the Connected BIM Webinar Series here.

ACCESS YOUR PROJECT DATA THROUGHOUT THE BUILDING CONSTRUCTION LIFECYCLE

On January 9 at 11 am EST, learn how Collaboration for Revit and the BIM 360 Team service can empower a project team to collaborate and manage all aspects of a construction performance. Register here now.

 

INTEGRATED BIM WORKFLOWS ACROSS THE LIFECYCLE OF BUILDINGS

On January 16 at 11 am EST, take the first step in preparing for the next era of technology-driven change for construction and discover how you can dramatically improve margins, capitalize on an increasingly globalized construction market, and deliver better outcomes for your clients. Register here now.

 

EXPLORE INFRASTRUCTURE IN THE ERA OF CONNECTION

On January 23 at 11 am EST, Technology is radically disrupting the way buildings and infrastructure are designed, built and used. Discover how Autodesk is connecting to the future with tightly connected BIM tools and processes for the buildings and infrastructure lifecycle. Register here now.

Stay in the know. Register now for our weekly webinar series.

 

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