This workshop will demonstrate how to use ElumTools (an add-on for Revit software from the makers of AGi32) in Revit software to achieve daylight modeling with point-by-point calculation by utilizing the architectural model and lighting families.
- Gain a good understanding of the ElumTools add-in
- Learn how to produce point-by-point daylight calculations inside a BIM model
- Gain a good understanding of how link models and project coordinates work
- Gain an expert understanding of lighting families and how they work with photometric files in Revit software
As WSP Melbourne Building Information Modeling (BIM) manager and a project electrical engineer, Hisham Khoury has spent the majority of the past 5 years heavily involved in the regional BIM evolution. His work has, over that time, seen him involved in several large-scale BIM projects with varying levels of complexity, including Crown Casino and Entertainment Complex, Echuca Hospital, and Medibank Tower. His role in these projects involved managing BIM strategy, electrical design, model management, and client relations. As part of the WSP Technical User Committee he has been instrumental in setting up many of the standards and tools that are being used regionally throughout WSP Asia Pacific. WSP is constantly striving as a firm to push the boundaries within engineering, and having an electrical background enables Hisham to be at the forefront of electrical engineering within BIM.