Autodesk Virtual event today which will be show casing the new 2013 products and talking about how BIM is effecting the AEC industries. Should be a great event, starts at 17:00 and ends at 21:00 GMT. Looking forward to seeing some new features, and hearing the pespective of the Autodesk team.
Join us for the Autodesk Virtual Event on March 29, 2012. See how Autodesk BIM solutions are transforming the building and construction industries.
With tight budgets, project complexity, and short timelines, the building and construction industry is under pressure. It’s time to move forward or risk falling behind. Building Information Modeling (BIM) and new technologies are changing what’s possible. With our latest software releases, Autodesk helps you lead the way in transforming your business now and into the future.
This year’s event features sessions from Autodesk executives, as well as building and construction experts, including:
- Review of Strategic Initiatives for Autodesk by Carl Bass, Amar Hanspal, and Lynn Allen
- Building a Better Architecture Business with BIM, by Joy Stark
- BIM for Building Engineering, by Sarah Hodges
- Implementing BIM in Construction, by Anthony Governanti
The time has finally come! The Autodesk 2013 products were released on 27th March 2012. The AEC industry has been eagerly awaiting the news of new features and programs almost since the release of the 2012 products, and this year, it certainly sounds like Autodesk have exceeded themselves. As the NDA was lifted yesterday, a lot of the folks working over at Autodesk have been going blog mad about the new features, which I love
I just wanted to post a quick round up of the best features, and point anyone who is unaware in the right direction of some solid official information from Autodesk! The “place to go” for all the latest news and features is David Light’s blog: Everything Autodesk Revit & BIM.
The biggest and most important change in my opinion is that Autodesk have decided to incorporate Revit Architecture, Structure and MEP into one stand alone package. This package will just be known as Revit 2013 (OneBox). This is very exciting news, not only does it promote collaboration but also allows users to learn more about each specific package, rather than being locked in their package and not understand how the others work. Here is a snippet from DLs blog:
“Revit 2013 will come in its now well established traditional flavours of Architecture, Structure & MEP. But it will also come as a complete AEC solution, code named “OneBox” during development, this will be all three disciplines installed as one. The official name will just be Revit 2013. In Revit 2013 you have access to all of the platform tools and if you need to, you can customize the ribbon interface to turn off the discipline tools you don’t require. This can be done via the options dialogue box under User Interface.”
Main changes in “Revit Architecture 2013” are as follows. Each of the features listed below have been significantly improved:
- View & view templates
- DGN v8 import & export
- DWF & DWG tweaks
- Further Construction modelling enhancements
- General usability improvements
- Massing – repeating & dividing
- Visualisation & Graphics
- Stairs & railings