Optimize Your Design Process Through Energy Analysis using Autodesk Insight

By Microsol Resources | Video

Your Revit model offers a lot more than ‘just’ the documentation of design decisions. For example, you can easily leverage it to create data that helps you understand how your design will use energy, as well as a range of potential options that can be incorporated in your design prior to construction.

Review this presentation as we discusses how Energy Optimization for Revit through Autodesk Insight can help you make informed design decisions, as well as provide data to help meet the Architecture 2030 goals.

During this video, Nick Marchek, BIM Specialist at Microsol Resources, will provide unique insights into the energy and environmental performance at the different stages of a building’s lifecycle.

Watch to:

  • Discover how to create an accurate Energy Analytical Model from Revit from conceptual to detailed design.
  • Find out how you can automatically report to the AIA 2030 commitment by seamlessly sending data from Insight software directly to the AIA 2030 Design Data Exchange (DDx).
  • Explore the background to Autodesk Insight and how it is designed to help you achieve the 2030 challenge which calls for all new buildings, developments, and major renovations to offset all emissions by 2030.
  • Learn how to use Autodesk Insight to understand a buildings energy use and how to make it better.

Note: this service is only available to subscribers of Autodesk’s Architecture, Engineering and Construction Collection and Revit.

For more information, please contact us!

INDUSTRIES: Architecture, Buildings, MEP Engineering

Published on September 3, 2019 in Uncategorized.

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Microsol Resources delivers integrated solutions that help customers design, simulate and analyze their ideas, increase operational efficiencies, and maximize their return on investment in their technology solutions. As a team, we are passionate about helping customers improve their productivity and overall business processes. How can we help? Just reach out.