Connectivity is a hallmark of building information modeling (BIM). After all, the point of using a BIM workflow is to get the information out where everyone on a team can access it—which doesn’t work without a connected common data environment.

However, making information accessible isn’t always as easy as it sounds. International teams, time zone challenges and disconnected construction sites can make connectivity a tricky endeavor, indeed.

We’ve seen several advancements in connectivity and communication this year, but 2016 isn’t done with us yet. Here’s a sneak peek at what we’ll be learning next week at Autodesk University (AU).

 

An Insight into Design

What’s a project without insights?

At AU, Autodesk will be demonstrating various methods for capturing, creating and computing huge amounts of data for BIM projects. It will also be sharing methods for evaluating effective alternatives using design insights, including the use of generative design tools…

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