At the 2015 edition of Autodesk University, the namesake company’s annual user conference, BIM 360 Docs made its debut from the ashes of Project Alexandria.
The software, which is designed to keep all plans, models and documents associated with a given project in a single place, is cloud based to connect offices and job sites and maintain accurate information for team members all the time.
At the 2016 event, BIM 360 Docs again took center stage during the product keynote. This year, to wish the software a happy first birthday, Autodesk has given the software a few big updates to add to the more than 50 it has received since last year’s event. Here’s a look at what’s up and coming for BIM 360 Docs.
The ‘Droid You’re Looking For
When it first came out, BIM 360 Docs was touted as an app for iOS and Mac. As of Dec. 12, 2016, the document-sharing software will be available on the Android platform as well. This move should help open up the potential for teams to…