AUGIWorld August 2016 Issue
How Autodesk Products Help Everyone Work Together
It has long been recognized that collaboration among disciplines is key to the success of any project. But just why it is critical—and what can happen when effective collaboration is absent—is not always clear. In the August 2016 issue ofAUGIWorld, our experts seek to show you why collaboration matters and to offer tips for how to accomplish it successfully.
Joshua Geimecke answers the question “How Important Is Collaboration?” with a look at why collaboration isn’t always done and advice on how to get started.
In the article “Collaboration with Autodesk Design Review,” author Melinda Heavrin shows you the many ways work can be shared among users of Autodesk Architecture software.
Want to know more about working with staff down the line? Then don’t miss a single article in this information-packed issue.
Also in the August 2016 AUGIWorld…
What is the Best Computer for Revit? — Jay B. Zallan takes you computer shopping with some handy tips for finding Revit-ready computers for use by management, the “superstars,” and the general users.
Giving AutoCAD the Boot — Andrea Alderton believes it’s time for AutoCAD to go, and she offers up compelling reasons why it’s time for users to think outside the (AutoCAD) box.
Collaboration Tips — To author Walt Sparling, collaboration is only as effective as the communication involved in the process. Email, the cloud, and more are discussed here.
Better Site Coordination and Topography: An AutoCAD Civil 3D and Revit Workflow — Adam Nicholes examines a method for coordinating the Autodesk Revit building model with the AutoCAD Civil 3D site plan.
Tutorial: Collaboration with 3ds Max and Stingray — In this step-by-step, Brian Chapman shows you how collaboration works beautifully among these two Autodesk products.
Also in this issue...
• Priorities — CAD Manager Mark Kiker follows up last month’s article on creating a tech manager’s task list with a closer look at how to prioritize all those tasks you need to accomplish.
• New Intel Xeon Processors Accelerate HP Z440 and Z640 Workstations — In this month’s Tech Insights column, Robert Green shares speed stats that are sure to please Autodesk power users.
• Inside Track — Brian Andresen introduces three new products for the Autodesk AEC community. This month, HatchKit for Revit, a graphical hatch pattern editor for editing existing patterns or creating new ones; CTC BIM Manager Suite, 10 tools in a bundle for Revit releases 2014–2017; and RhinoToNavisworks, which permits the viewing of Rhino models (*.3dm) in Navisworks releases 2015–2017.