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Microsol Resources is exhibiting at Autodesk University 2020 on November 17-20. Join us at our virtual booth to see the latest architecture, engineering, and construction industry trends and how new digital tools are changing our approach to the built world. There is no cost to attend Autodesk University 2020, but registration is required.
There will be live sessions where attendees can join in and listen live to the presentations, ask questions, and interact with presenters. Also, Microsol Resources will be presenting two (2) break-out sessions discussing AEC trends, including:
November 18, 2020 | 9:00am PT / 12:00pm ET
To be an effective designer today, you need tools to quickly develop your designs and accurately communicate them to all project stakeholders. Join Joseph Freund of Microsol Resources and Rhino experts Scott Davidson and Ehsan Iran-Nejad from McNeel Associates to hear more about the Rhino workflow from early design and model exploration refinement and documentation using Revit. During this presentation, you will get a sneak peek into the new ability of the Rhino 7 inside Revit technology, using Grasshopper to extract the geometry of a Revit element, and tips for writing your custom scripts. Our Rhino experts will share new features under development and tips and tricks for a seamless Rhino workflow. It’s an opportunity to bring and ask your questions and learn what’s new! Register Now.
Joseph Freund, AEC Application Specialist | Microsol Resources
Scott Davidson, Business Development | McNeel Associates
Ehsan Iran-Nejad, Architect & Product Developer | McNeel Associates
November 19, 2020 | 9:00am PT | 12:00pm ET
Need to optimize data storage management and distribution in the cloud? Join our presentation with Dan Gallivan of Payette and Greg Wesner of Panzura as we discuss innovative cloud storage solutions that combine the flexibility, security and cost benefits of centralized storage. Dan will be sharing how to enable a remote architecture studio work force and support distributed team specially during these times of working from elsewhere. It’s a chance to build your skills, expand your professional network, and get inspired by the new possibilities. Register Now.
Dan Gallivan, Director if Information Technology | Payette
Gregory Wesner, Senior Solutions Architect | Panzura
Accessing Autodesk subscription with single-user access types requires that a user be added and assigned to their subscription(s) within Autodesk Account interface by an administrator(s). While it only takes a moment to assign and/or reassign an Autodesk user or two; when there are multiple users that need to be assigned; the process becomes more tedious. In order to speed up this process, we have created an Excel sheet to help you bulk-add your named users. Note this process works in both Autodesk Account Classic and New View’s. To download our Autodesk User Bulk Add Excel sheet, click here.
Simply fill out “First Name” and “Last Name” of named users in the appropriate columns. If you have a list of email addresses, please feel free to copy-paste them into column C in the excel. If you are manually typing these addresses, we have created a system where all you need to type is the beginning of the user’s email address, and the rest will populate automatically (given that all your users have the same email alias). All you have to do is insert the company’s email alias in cell B4 (without “@”), and the email will automatically generate. If you have a combination of both scenarios above, not to worry! The logic below is able to handle both scenarios. See examples noted in the Excel.
There is NO NEED to populate column D, this should automatically generate the naming convention based on the information you inputted into columns A-C.
Once you are finished inputting the names and emails of your named Autodesk users, go ahead and copy the text in the bottom of column D (highlighted in grey), and paste in Autodesk Account.
If you have any questions regarding adding Autodesk users or Autodesk Account, please feel free to reach out to us at
Microsol Resources’ BIM specialist, Nick Marchek, presented at the GBCA’s Construction Technology Expo held in the Philadelphia Navy Yard on October 29, 2019. During this presentation, Nick demonstrated how Autodesk BIM 360 can empower a project team to collaborate; those in the field to better anticipate and act, and those in the back office to optimize and manage all aspects of construction performance.
Throughout the Construction Technology Expo presentation, attendees learnt how to:
Nick Marchek is a building information modeling (BIM) specialist at Microsol Resources, an Autodesk Platinum Partner in their Philadelphia office. He is particularly interested in the interaction between design and technology innovation as it relates to digital fabrication and cloud computing where one can work anytime, anywhere and optimize designs with virtually infinite and mobile cloud computing power. Nick has a Bachelor and Master of Architecture from Pennsylvania State University. He has given talks on building information modeling and technology innovation at various conferences including Autodesk University and Revit User Group.
The General Building Contractors Association (GBCA), the Architectural Glass & Metal Assoc, the Mechanical & Service Contractors Association of Eastern PA, and the Penn-Del-Jersey Chapter, NECA, hosted it’s 2nd annual Construction Technology Expo, which offered insights into new technologies that are transforming all stages of the engineering and construction process, as well as give attendees an opportunity to see, touch, and feel all types of applications, platforms, products, and services.
Check out our previously recorded webinar on Leveraging BIM Data from the Office to the Field.
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