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Webinar | AEC Collaboration - Revit and BIM Collaborate
Smarter collaboration for building design and engineering teams.
Over the last year, we've seen cloud collaboration shift from a nice-to-have to a must-have. At Autodesk, they're making AEC collaboration even better with the launch of “BIM Collaborate Pro” – their flagship offering for design teams who need to collaborate anytime, anywhere in Revit.
Learn how BIM Collaborate Pro, formerly BIM 360 Design, can help design teams to co-author Revit models in swim lanes, easily understand incoming changes from collaborating teams, and make informed decisions to deliver better designs with less rework.
Autodesk's technical experts will walk through what the offering can do, how to set up teams, and how to leverage the new features in everyday workflows.
- Introduction to BIM Collaborate Pro
- Project Administration and Getting Started
- Revit Cloud Worksharing
- Team Swim Lanes
- New clash detection and advanced project analytics capabilities
- New workflows with the unified Autodesk Construction Cloud platform
Date: Wednesday, 29th September 2021
Time: 3 pm - 4 pm (UK)
Chris is an Adoption Marketing Manager for BIM Collaborate (including the pro version), Autodesk’s cloud collaboration software for AEC design teams. He focuses on learning, activation, and adoption content, guiding customers to the best experience inside of product and helping them navigate various workflows. With almost a decade’s experience in adoption and training activities with Autodesk’s Enterprise Support organisation and other large design firms, Chris enjoys both, learning and imparting his knowledge to anyone who will listen.
Philippe is a Technical Marketing Manager at Autodesk supporting BIM Collaborate Pro, among other products and offerings. Philippe has over 20 years of experience in the structural industry, including working in steel engineering and detailing companies and then acting as a product manager for Advance Steel at Graitec. With a mechanical engineering degree from the University du Maine in Le Mans, France, Phil is based in Paris, France, and enjoys solving problems and helping customers find the best way to work with their Autodesk software.