Videos
There are no videos available here.
N/A

How Can Manufacturers Get Into BIM?

A video by The B1M - the biggest BIM influencers in the UK. coBuilder UK CEO NIck Tune explains the importance of... A video by The B1M - the biggest BIM influencers in the UK. coBuilder UK CEO NIck Tune explains the importance of working collaboratively with manufacturers to achieve the promissed benefits of BIM. More
N/A

Global Parameters in Revit 2016 - R2

This Revit video will guide you making your design superior with Revit as well as make Revit 2016 as an... This Revit video will guide you making your design superior with Revit as well as make Revit 2016 as an indispensible tool for the architect, engineer or seller. The video specifically focuses on a new feature called Global Parameters in Revit 2016 – R2. More
N/A

Export and Import Revit Data to Excel using Dynamo

This tutorial shows you how to use Dynamo to create a two-way link between Revit and Excel
N/A

How to Create a Project Dashboard using Revit, Dynamo, and Excel

Replay of ArchSmarter's "How to Create a Project Dashboard using Revit, Dynamo, and Excel" webinar.
01:11:14

Automate Your Workflow, Part 1: Basic Tools for Productivity in Revit

The Speaker: Michael Coffey Topic: · Tips for using Revit "out-of-the-box" effectively · Simple & useful macros ·... The Speaker: Michael Coffey Topic: · Tips for using Revit "out-of-the-box" effectively · Simple & useful macros · How… More
N/A

Introducing AutoCAD 2017: What's new? | AutoCAD

Michael Mizuno, Autodesk Senior Product Manager, introduces AutoCAD 2017 – the world's leading design and drafting... Michael Mizuno, Autodesk Senior Product Manager, introduces AutoCAD 2017 – the world's leading design and drafting software! Enjoy the powerful tools and improved performance to simplify and personalize your AutoCAD 2017 experience. Check out the AutoCAD Desktop App with enhanced stability of 2D and 3D graphics as well as new share design views. For more information visit: http://autodesk.com/autocad More
N/A

VIMtrek Visualization for the AEC Industry

Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world... Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube. More
N/A

Tekla Structures 2016 – New user interface

The user interface now has modern and fresh look and feel, which together with the new features makes modeling... The user interface now has modern and fresh look and feel, which together with the new features makes modeling easier and faster. More
N/A

Rendering 3D Reinforcement in Revit

You will get to know how easy it is to display 3D reinforcement in Autodesk Revit and Showcase.
N/A

Revit to React Structures

With the Dynamo integration available in both React Structures TP3 and Revit, engineers are able to transfer a Revit... With the Dynamo integration available in both React Structures TP3 and Revit, engineers are able to transfer a Revit model into React Structures in a very flexible way.In this video you will discover how to build a Dynamo graph to create a one-way model exchange workflow from Revit to React Structures. For that we will see how to: More
N/A

Dyno - Organising, deploying and running Dynamo workspaces

Organising, deploying and running Dynamo workspaces tool for Autodesk Revit.
N/A

How does a PDT-based tool look like?

How to use the goBIM platform to easily digitise your product information. During the early stages of the... How to use the goBIM platform to easily digitise your product information. During the early stages of the building life cycle, architects and specifiers play a vital role regarding the types of products that are going to be used in the project. They should use generic data sets to specify product characteristics, thus creating as designed models that specify the type of performance required in the project. When the asset is built, facility managers require accurate as built product data in order to efficiently manage their assets. It means that during the construction stage, contractors have to collect from their suppliers and subcontractors accurate as built data and deliver it to the FM. goBIM allows the product manufacturers to share their data in BIM formats so that their clients and all participants in the construction project such as contractors, architects, specifiers, etc. can collect the data they need in the language and format they require it in. By using goBIM it means that your product data is available in BIM formats such as IFC, COBie, Revit, ArchiCAD etc, in different classifications such as Uniclass and Omniclass and in many languages. For more information, visit http://goBIM.com More
N/A

Internationalisation of construction product data

Data comes in many shapes and sizes Product Data Templates are the most efficient solution for digitising... Data comes in many shapes and sizes Product Data Templates are the most efficient solution for digitising manufacturer's data. Manufacturer's data comes in many shapes and sizes mainly because it is widely used across different countries across different companies and across different software. Therefore, in order to make manufacturer's data truly interoperable according to the principles of BIM, Product Data Templates need to use a common language that anyone can understand. What is important today is that we can all understand the same thing no matter the language or the language types being used. To solve this issue coBuilder uses the buildingSMART Data Dictionary in order to map all those purposes against each other so we can understand the same thing and so that machines can understand the same thing. That is our way to give people the flexibility, that they really much require, across the whole supply chain. About the BuildingSMART Data Dictionary BuildingSMART Data Dictionary is open standard developed by buildingSMART International and it is based on ISO 12006-3 the ISO standard for dictionaries. Is a library of “everything” related to construction that unifies the use of technical terms regardless of the language. Cobuilder’s use of the bSDD Today, coBuilder the only software provider who has fully and completely integrated all their systems and data with the bSDD. What is more, if there are properties, definitions, translations or other instances missing from the dictionary we constantly make sure to add them in it. ------------------------------ More information on: http://cobuilder.co.uk http://goBIM.com More
Unable to load tooltip content.

 
 
 
0
Shares