Thursday, February 4, 2010

Au Online Article

Do you have an AU Online Account? Maybe it's time you did! Come check out this article.

  • Class Type: 90-Minute Panel
  • Expertise: Intermediate
  • Industry: Building
  • Primary Track: Architecture and Building Design
  • Other Tracks: Customization and Programming, MEP Design and Engineering
  • Primary Software: Revit Architecture
  • Other Software: AutoCAD, AutoCAD Architecture, AutoCAD MEP, Autodesk Architectural Desktop, Autodesk Building Systems, Revit Architecture, Revit MEP, Revit Streamline, Revit Structure, Revit Systems
  • Class Audience

    Building product manufacturers, Revit® family modelers, service providers, designers, and architects

    Class Description

    The BIM revolution now provides the AEC industry with a unique opportunity to collaborate on the needs and requirements of product content development. Both the users of content—designers—and the owners of content—building product manufacturers—increasingly need to partner in this process. This moderated panel will debate standards, content development practices, and the distribution of manufacturer-specific content. This class will be of particular interest to sales and marketing executives for building product manufactures in the AEC industry, and design professionals from top firms who are regular users of Autodesk® Revit® and AutoCAD® in the AEC industry.

    Key Learning

    • Create content based on standards developed by the Autodesk Content Network and other players in the ecosystem including industry standards bodies and service providers
    • Learn how to maintain and distribute new and existing product content through the Autodesk Content Network and service providers
    • Minimize errors and omissions through the use of fully-attributed product content
    • Identify the needs and requirements for multiple file formats, addressing the needs of designers, specifiers, contractors and owners in the life cycle of the BIM process
    • Learn how to search for content inside the 2010 Revit and AutoCAD-based applications

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