Rina Sahay takes us through the complexity of Revit software and gives very enlightening tips and tricks as well as enhancing your productivity in the area as a whole.
Paul Li gives us insight throughout his experience consisting of over three decades with AutoCAD, including some Revit comparisons.
Eric Wing informs us about his opinions and advice he has on “reliable technologies” and the background behind BIM 360.
Eric Wing shares how we can now share 3D views with all trades linked together where all you need to have on your computer is an internet browser. He goes super into depth and makes the instructions super clear with visuals involved.
Shawn Herring explores the coordination between Civil 3D and Revit. How is this possible? Does it really work? Yes, it does. Read all about in this issue.
Eric Wing explains the ability to create an entire air system based on an air handling unit, complete with water loops and the equipment that is associated with it.
Being interviewed as the reader is something new. Jay Zallan interview YOU in this article about project delivery in Revit.
Eric Wing expands our minds with a great explanation of file sharing, using none other than, BIM 360. This is the future of CLOUD!
Jay Zallan explains his thinking on much of humanities’ outlook; that things (Revit Modeling, in this case) are difficult or not as easy as “other” software, etc., and is usually an ego response to a lack of understanding, clarity, or perspective.
Another first time AUGI author, Chris Parker, tells us about several experiments that were conducted to show what would be the best scenario for you, the user. When working in Revit there is an official computer system requirements guidance from Autodesk and a large community of users who can advise on choosing a right PC for a particular task.
Danial John Stine has shared his knowledge on the new release of Revit, highlighting many of the enhancements and platform features, as well as discipline-specific features.
Melanie Stone shares resources explaining, planning and coordinating models for post-occupancy use.
Walt Sparling presents a plethora of education and training opportunities for Autodesk product users.
A growing percentage of BIM and VDC use among contractors points to the benefits of these two methods. Author Jennifer Suerth takes a closer look.