As the most preferred partner for outsource architectural services and outsource CAD services, most of our esteemed global clients in building, construction, architecture and infrastructure development industry look upon us as the neutral advocate for industry trends specifically when it comes to technology in use. We at strongly feel that when it comes to technology all the leading software in the market has its own set of merits and demerits. Under this series we‘ll share our observations and understanding of some of the most extensively used Building Information Modeling – BIM software.
With an objective to bring teams like Design, Construction and Projects on the same page and ensure the redundant delays are reduces to bear minimum levels, under the banner of Autodesk – BIM 360 was launched. Primarily it’s a cloud based web service accessible to the team members any time / place i.e. not dependent on either time or place, only needed is a good network (Internet) connectivity to access the cloud server.
The robust information architecture of Autodesk BIM 360 is capable of managing the entire project’s lifecycle. Some of the key features of Autodesk BIM 360 includes change visualisation, a work sharing environment which is also controlled as per the pre-define systems in place, reviews of designs, coordination of deliverable, checklists for safety program, request for information and many more.