AUGIWORLD August 2014 Issue
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A collaborative effort
One would think successful collaboration among team members would be virtually effortless. Really, with all the technology available these days, how hard could it be for professionals, even those who aren't housed in the same office, to work together and end up with anything less than a perfectly executed project?
The truth is that collaboration, like anything else in business, requires solid planning. In the August issue, AUGIWorld authors provide sage advice about how to collaborate effectively. In "All Together Now," Bill Campbell discusses the role of BIM in collaboration.
Josh Carney reveals that the tools needed for collaboration were given to us at an early age in his article, "Play Nice in the Sandbox."
CAD Manager Mark Kiker presents the first half of a two-part article about "Keys to Collaboration."
There's much more on collaboration and other topics in this issue.
Also in the August 2014 issue:
Organize with the Project Navigator - Melinda Heavrin takes you on a tour of the Project Navigator in AutoCAD Architecture. Learn how this tool can help you organize.
Detroit BOXX City - John Vondrak interviews Autodesk's James Cronin on software that kicks the automotive manufacturing process into overdrive.
Project Collaboration - Bryan Tanner redefines collaboration as it pertains to civil design projects. It goes far beyond file conversion and compatibility.
Set up Your Team for Successful Collaboration - Curt Moreno shares a method, and some practical tips, for collaborating in an AutoCAD environment. And this month's quick AutoCAD tip from Michael Beall shows you how to hyperlink.
Reduce the Complexity in Controlled Surface Design - John Evans offers workflows and key factors for successful surfaces.
Myth Buster: Revit & IFC Part 4, A New Hope - Martijn de Riet describes how Autodesk is moving in the right direction with regard to IFC and Revit interaction.
Inside Track - Brian Andresen highlights three software products for Autodesk users: the Unifi Cloud, HatchKit 2.7 CAD Hatch Pattern Editor and Generator, and Dynamo.