Autodesk launched newest BIM software called BIM 360 Design
Autodesk introduced new and advanced BIM Software known as BIM 360 Design to allow efficient collaboration in Revit by improving data sharing and permission structure.
This newest application will empower the team members to explore data and information across the BIM 360 Design platform as well as work in concert all together whether they’re a cubicle or a continent apart.
In addition, the system’s updated permission structure facilitates each team to obtain private virtual workspaces and distribute the on-going projects. From now onwards, the designers don’t have to send files to and fro, because all collaborators will perform in equivalent system.
With the help of a new Design Collaboration Module, teams can properly monitor the data exchange, milestone achievements, and deliverables on a visual project timeline.
Progress can be also monitored in an automated visual representation of the design and it will allow all the team members to check what is completed.