AUGIWorld December 2019 Issue
There's More to Learn About BIM
With 2020 right around the corner, it’s time to reflect on lessons learned in the last 12 months and gear up for the next 12. Surprised the trends in design still have a lot to do with Building Information Modeling (BIM)?
In the December 2019 issue, AUGIWorld authors talk trends in the industry, and much of the talk is about BIM. Bid a fond farewell to 2019 and move forward, armed with new insights.
In the December 2019 issue:
- Partnering with 3ds Max — Brian Chapman encourages you to check out some of the superior offerings available from developers worldwide to assist with 3ds Max content generation and more. This article highlights three standouts.
- Tech Management on a Budget — Mark Kiker recently walked you through the development of a Strategic Plan and now it’s time to make the plan a reality by attaching numbers to it. Yes, it’s time to create the budget.
- GIS Integration — Shawn Herring demonstrates how AutoCAD Civil 3D 2020 makes it easier than ever to access Geographical Information System (GIS) data. Tips for where to find it and how to use it are included.
- What Do You Really Know… Really Know About BIM Workflows? — David Butts helps those who believe they know everything about BIM to learn even more.
- BIM Is for Everyone — Jason Peters clears up a few misconceptions about Building Information Modeling and sets you on a path for success.
- 3D Grids in Revit: An Oldie but Goodie Done Again (Again) — Jay B. Zallan presents a 3D grid for Revit and Navisworks, available for download, and offers helpful hints for its use.
- Inside Track — Brian Andresen presents new and enhanced AEC-related products. This month the focus is on Revit 2020 and these two offerings: Drag Drop Interface 2020, designed to simplify content load and insertion into Revit models; and The Family Exporter 2020, intended to simplify exporting current model families to independent content libraries.