Autodesk University
Instructional Demo    AS9622
Don't Cloud Your Judgment, Or, How to Use Efficiently A360 Collaboration for Revit
KAL HOUHOU
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Description

A year ago Autodesk, Inc., released a wonderful tool to assist designers to collaborate among distributed teams. Many of us have searched for quite a long time for ways in which to collaborate efficiently on Revit software models without loosing our sight of the design process. Many of us also invested great efforts to make it simple to our end users. In this class we will try to demonstrate some best practices utilizing Autodesk 360 Collaboration for Revit, a recent addition to the Autodesk 360 cloud services. We will use a live project, and we will examine closely the benefits all architecture and engineering firms can gain by its use in a highly collaborative environment. We dreamed about it, Autodesk did it. We will also look into is companion cloud service Autodesk 360 Team and how both of them are well integrated to each other. Independent from any platform (desktop, tablet, or smartphone), gain access to data and unify people around the same project.

Key Learnings

  • Learn how to determine the best approach to share data in the cloud
  • Learn how to contribute to integrated workflow processes utilizing Communicator in Revit
  • Learn how to maximize the cloud potential for small or medium design firms on joint venture projects

Speakers

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Kal Houhou is a technology advocate and Building Information Modeling (BIM) evangelist. He has over 25 years in the architecture, engineering, construction, and owner-operated (AECO) industry, and over 10 years managing BIM complex projects for the private and the public sectors worldwide. His dual backgrounds in architecture and IT enable him to apprehend issues as they arise and design business strategy orientation. In his spare time, Houhou coaches soccer in a youth league in the Washington, DC, metropolitan area. He is passionate about anything technology related, and he likes sharing his knowledge and experience with the crowd.
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