Data shortcuts provide a flexible, object-level, project management tool without the administrative overhead. Data shortcuts are managed in Toolspace on the Prospector tab in a structure that is similar to Vault software. However, data shortcuts do not provide the editing controls, protection, and data security that Vault software does. Do you know what Vault software is? Do you know what Vault software is really for? Do you know why you should use it? Do you have challenges managing data while working in project teams? Are you part of a civil/survey firm with multisites? Do you need to collaborate your civil projects with external partners? Have you ever registered for a 30-day free trial of Buzzsaw software? Come and join us as we give you “A Piece of Cake” of how to install and implement Vault software and Buzzsaw software for civil/survey firms with multisites.
- Learn what Vault can do for your business
- Learn how Vault can be capitalized on in a business with multiple geographic locations
- Learn the advantages to referencing AutoCAD Civil 3D objects using Vault in place of data shortcuts
- Learn how to collaborate and share files with external stakeholders using Buzzsaw software
Matt Kolberg has worked in the civil industry for over 20 years and he has extensive experience using infrastructure-related Autodesk, Inc., software, such as AutoCAD software, AutoCAD Land Desktop software, AutoCAD Civil 3D software, and InfraWorks software. He worked with a civil consultant for 13 years and he currently works with a Value Added Reseller, where he is responsible for infrastructure training and implementation and managing their Autodesk Authorized Training Centers.
Hung Nguyen has 26+ years of experience in Autodesk Products. He has a strong background in Architectural and Manufacturing fields. His is a BIM & Manufacturing Technical Consultant. Hung also has extensive experience in a diverse range of CAD‐related software such as: Revit, Inventor, Fusion 360, Alias, and Simulation to name a few. He have presented multiple times at Revit Technology Conference (RTC), Canadian Festival of Architecture, CanBIM, and Autodesk University from 2013 to 2017.