In the spring of 2018, Autodesk introduced BIM 360 Design software, based on the Forge platform, and BIM 360 Document Management. While users still have access to the legacy BIM 360 Team technology, BIM 360 Design provides enhanced collaboration workflows, greater control over file permissions, and much tighter integration with BIM 360 Docs software for use in "downstream" collaboration workflows during a project’s postdesign phases. This class will focus on the enhanced workflows possible with Design Collaboration and Revit cloud collaboration, and will cover project setup, teams and permissions, and the use of packages to effectively control when others have access to your data and when data from other teams is updated in your model. We will also look at common troubleshooting techniques and BIM 360 site setup.
- Learn how to set up a BIM 360 project and work with teams and permissions to control file access
- Understand how to effectively use design collaboration workflows
- Learn how to utilize Revit Cloud Collaboration and the Desktop Connector
- Troubleshoot the most frequently encountered problems with BIM 360 Design and Revit cloud collaboration
With a background as a registered architect, Matt Dillon has over 30 years of experience in Autodesk Architectural applications, and is an Autodesk Certified Instructor at an Autodesk Authorized Training Center. In addition to assisting customers implement Building Information Modeling (BIM) and Revit Platform products, Dillon has also consulted with Autodesk, Inc., development staff in product design and usability for AutoCAD Architecture software. A published author, Dillon was one of the recipients of Autodesk's Distinguished Speaker Award in 2010, and he has been a highly rated instructor at Autodesk University since he first began presenting in 2000.