Tuesday, March 13, 2018

iviva Smart BIM – Revit + Forge for Building Operations

From the Autodesk App Store:

iviva Smart BIM is a subscription based cloud service that brings buildings to life by combining the power of Forge and IoT thereby radically changing how smart buildings are operated and tenant services are enabled. Further, it protects the investment made in making Autodesk® Revit® or other BIM files.

iviva Smart BIM turns Revit files into an operational portal, which enables you to walk through the 3D model and access systems and equipment along the way.

Iviva smart BIM is a live dashboard, which highlights ‘things’ that need your attention by masking the noise, for example, where currently active incidents are or where available meeting rooms are.

iviva smart BIM abstracts out important operations of your systems and equipment by hiding complexity of individual makes and models. You can turn on air conditioning and change temperature setting right on the 3D canvas without having to know the details of systems and equipment.

iviva smart BIM is highly extendable to adapt to specific project requirements. Extend user interface to enable customized monitoring and operations, or introduce more information filters, or build interfaces to 3rd party IoT devices on your own.

BIM files and saved Views appear in Views Menu.

Pins indicate 'things' that are paired with BIM elements.
Clicking on the pin brings up Cards - operational UI.

Performing transactions with backend apps such as
Facility Booking, Incident Management and Service Requests.

Perform operations that cut across multiple equipment and systems.

Context sensitive filters to highlight what you need by masking others.

Read Help Document

About This Version

Version 1.0, 3/12/2018 – Introducing iviva Smart BIM

iviva Smart BIM is brought to you by Eutech Cybernetic. Pricing was not known at press time.

This add-in is compatible with Revit 2018, 2017, 2016, and 2015 and BIM 360 Team.

There's more information available on the Autodesk App Store.

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