Heard about Connected BIM and wonder what it’s all about?
Mid-West CAD and Aaron Vorwerk from Autodesk invite you to the following webcast where we will take a look at the needs served by several new cloud-hosted solutions, discussing the value that Connected BIM brings to the table, and even dive into a live project—first on BIM 360 Team, where all project participants have a stake, and then inside the Revit environment with Collaboration for Revit. After this fast-paced hour, you’ll have the information you need to consider extending BIM workflows within your own firm.
View and share files—including 2D and 3D designs—on the go, on any device. Store data where you’ll find it. Find it when you need it. For individuals who need simple viewing and sharing – limited to 1 project, 5 GB of storage, basic viewing, sharing, and commenting.
Collaboration for Revit
Works with Revit to connect building project teams with centralized access to BIM project data in the cloud. Enable project team members from multiple sites to concurrently author a model using the BIM process.
BIM 360 Team
Provides a centralized platform for communication, file sharing and design reviews for design teams and their project stakeholders. For architecture and engineering teams, BIM 360 Team includes unlimited projects, 500 GB of storage per user, user access controls, and administration panel.
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