In this class, you will learn and see all new improvements for Revit software regarding steel connections and the Advance Steel software plug-in for Revit software. With Revit 2017 software, you have very powerful parametric steel connections and approval status information that you can both export and synchronize with Advance Steel software for detailing tasks. This keeps the Revit model and the Advance Steel model always up to date, including detailed steel connection information. Experience the workflows that change everything with steel in Revit software and enhance the existing workflow with Advance Steel software even more! This session features Revit Structure and Advance Steel. AIA Approved
- Understand the best practice for the new and intelligent steel connections in Revit
- Learn how to distinguish between Revit and Advance Steel for steel connections, and know when to use which software
- Learn the exchange of connections and approval information with Advance Steel
- Learn how to use the latest workflow for steel building with Autodesk software
Stephanie Hoerndler joined Autodesk in 2013 with the acquisition of Advance Steel technology. She is Technical Specialist for Structural Engineering and Fabrication, but also focus on other Autodesk solutions such as Revit, Dynamo and AutoCAD. Before joining Autodesk, Stephanie worked for several years in a company for structural engineering and studied civil engineering at university HTWK Leipzig, Germany. Stephanie is based in Munich, Germany.
Jochen Tanger is based in Munich, Germany, and has been working as a technical sales specialist at Autodesk, Inc., for more than 12 years. Since Autodesk decided to market Revit software in Central Europe in 2004, he has been presenting, selling, training for, and providing support for it to resellers and customers. Today he is mainly responsible for the whole Building Information Modeling (BIM) process with all of its products and solutions. Jochen holds a diplom-ingenieur degree in civil engineering from the Leuphana University of Lüneburg.