Autodesk Revit and Autodesk Revit Server allow for collaboration around the intelligent building model, but Building Information Modeling (BIM) is more than just the Autodesk Revit model. Come to this class and learn how using Vault Collaboration AEC can extend the data contained within the intelligent model and manage access to the data throughout the project ecosystem.
- Explain how lifecycles help you control information within a project
- Use sheet creation tools to improve communication and markup workflow
- Explain how Vault Collaboration AEC can manage documents in a Revit-based project
- Describe how Vault Collaboration AEC and Autodesk® Buzzsaw® interact to create a complete on-site and cloud document-sharing solution
John Janzen, LEED®AP, is an AEC Technical Specialist focused on Building Information Modeling and Data Management as it pertains to Operations and Maintenance. Previous to joining Autodesk in 2008, John worked for 15 years as an Autodesk Consultant where he specialized in the implementation and development of custom Architectural and Building Management Solutions focusing on BIM. With a background in Technical Architecture, John has worked with many large architectural and construction firms across North America developing best practices in computerized architecture and Building Data/Document management. John has been a regular contributor and speaker to Autodesk University since 1997.
Adam Peter has spent the last 13 years in the Engineering and CAD industry. Much of that time has been spent gaining expertise in software and training individuals and companies in the use of Autodesk software specific to the AEC industry. He currently works at Autodesk as a Customer Success Engineer offering expertise in Data Management and Collaboration products. His goal is to help clients see the increased productivity these solutions offer by providing a true multi-site collaborative solution along with the many other benefits data management has to offer. email@example.com