Monday, January 21, 2019

A First Look at BIM 360 Cloud Models Inside Revit 2019.2

From the CADD Microsystems website:

By Jason Kunkel
January 21, 2019

Revit 2019.2 just dropped this past week, and while yes, the zooming in and out of schedules is really really great, I find myself very excited about the additional functionality added for BIM 360 users.

Revit Files In BIM 360 – Just Plain Files and Design Collaboration

Previously, you had two ways to put your Revit model into BIM 360:
  • You could just “upload” it like any other file, but that required you to download the file locally if you wanted to do work on it.
  • You could use BIM 360 Design (which is a FANTASTIC feature, by the way) and use the BIM 360 servers to host your cloud based workshared model, essentially leveraging BIM 360 as your file server in the cloud when you needed multiple firms and users in different offices to access it.

New Cloud Models in BIM 360

Revit 2019.2 has added a new way to put your Revit file in the cloud: something they are calling “Cloud Models“. Simple, straight to the point.

Read more on the CADD Microsystems website »

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