BIM 360 software introduces a common language for all construction stakeholders, from design to facility management. We will show you how to organize this common language, and use all the new BIM 360 modules (Document Management, Design Collaboration, Model Coordination and Project/Field Management) in the smartest way. We will also show how you could connect BIM 360 to external applications and databases using our Forge development platform. Implementing the use of this common language is similar to solving a puzzle, as there are different BIM 360 pieces of technology (cloud and desktop) that we need to put together in the right order and position. This presentation will be based on our knowledge and users’ feedback.
- Understand how BIM 360 can help connect a construction project's tasks
- Discover new or adjusted workflows that could be applied to your daily work
- Discover how BIM 360 connects different teams for every specific project phase using real-life examples
- Learn how to connect BIM 360 to external data systems using Forge
Alexandre Mihalache is part of the European AEC technical specialists team. He is based in Paris (France) and has a structural engineering background. Over the last years, he has been covering structural analysis for both pre and post sales operations and is now focused on collaboration and data management for the AEC sector, as well as Plant design. He helps spreading the Autodesk BIM vision for both Autodesk partners and customers helping them with their BIM collaboration workflows.
Jose Ariza joined Autodesk in 2017. He works as a Technical Sales Specialist for EMEA focusing on Autodesk’s building and construction portfolio. Before joining Autodesk, Jose had worked as a BIM consultant freelancer and also as a BIM Manager for a Spanish Autodesk Partner. As a result, for more than 8 years so far Jose has helped the main companies in the AEC sector during the BIM implementation process and in the development of both national and international interdisciplinary projects using Autodesk technology. Moreover, he has collaborated with the University of Córdoba (Spain) as Associate Professor. Born in Córdoba, Jose holds a BSc in Technical Industrial Engineering and a MD in Architectural and Engineering Layout Techniques and Design Methods from the University of Córdoba. When not installing a new version of Autodesk products, Jose spends his free time playing football, karting and watching series and MotoGP, as he's a bike lover.