What is Revizto? It's used to "convert BIM and CAD models into navigable 3D
and share it for visual collaboration." It has a built-in Issue Tracker which allows you to "assign tasks and check their accomplishment, as well as generate regular reports." It also features Revision Control; "you have access to all revisions of your project synced to the Cloud right from the Editor." You have access to the model metadata too, and even the ability to edit it. All this and much, much more.
What applications does Revizto support? Revit, Navisworks, AutoCAD, ArchiCAD, SketchUp and more.
And, just in time for RTC NA 2015, version 3.5 has been released.
From the Revizto website...
Version 3.5 has the following updates and improvements:
- Import Clashes from Navisworks
- Now you can import all your clashes in Revizto Issue Tracker.
- Improved Merging functionality
- We significantly improved Merging scenes feature. Now you can override federated model directly from Revit, Navisworks, etc., without having to combine the model all over again after each change.
- Improved Collaboration on 2D Sheets
- A lot of stability improvements.
Go get it at Revizto.com.
@REVIZTO Love the new #Revizo and love the fact it is free now too. Even during my holiday I wanted to try it. Simple and fun.— Robin Deurloo (@RobinDeurloo) July 23, 2015
Love to see #Revizto through our users’ eyes. Check out a brilliant review by @lukeyjohnson in 'What #Revit wants' http://t.co/oNnJy4cLL8— REVIZTO (@REVIZTO) July 17, 2015