Many building site projects live in 2 worlds: everything inside the building, and everything outside the building. The 2 worlds only come together after an excessive amount of swearing and hours of unnecessary time spent. But does it have to be that way? Absolutely not. Coordinating Revit software and AutoCAD Civil 3D software doesn't have to require a degree in nuclear physics, and this session will show you how. Co-presented by a Revit and an AutoCAD Civil 3D specialist, you will gain an understanding of the expectations for each platform, and learn how to configure them. With coordinated model locations in place, we'll define effective practices for exchanging data between Revit software and AutoCAD Civil 3D software. Using the full potential of each coordinated design model, you will learn how to assemble your project in the context of its surroundings using InfraWorks software, and you'll learn how to generate a virtual reality scene.
- Learn how to establish shared coordinates between Revit and AutoCAD Civil 3D
- Learn how to incorporate Revit model data in AutoCAD Civil 3D and AutoCAD Civil 3D model data in Revit
- Learn how to assemble design-model data into an immersive InfraWorks model
- Learn how to generate virtual reality scenes of your complete project model
<p>Donnie Gladfelter (Richmond, VA) is a highly visible thought leader in the CAD community. He has authored multiple books including the book and Autodesk Official Training Guide AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT: No Experience Required published by Wiley/Sybex. Other publications include numerous articles in the popular AUGIWorld magazine, and The CAD Geek blog which welcomes more than 20,000 visitors each month. <br> <br> A speaker at Autodesk University since 2007, Donnie has presented to audiences as large as 60,000+ people. Other engagements include hosting the Autodesk University Virtual 2010 conference, and several presentations to local user groups.<br> <br> Backed by more than a decade of experience, his personal mantra of empowering CAD professionals is embodied by his current position as a Technical Product and Online Manager at CADD Microsystems, and former member of the AUGI Board of Directors.</p>
I am a Senior Applications Specialist where I support professionals across all disciplines to teach Revit, create content, develop workflows and standards, troubleshoot issues, and find creative solutions to both design and modeling problems. I have 15+ years of experience, most spent as a preservation project architect, where I specialized in using innovative technology to facilitate the documentation and rehabilitation of institutional buildings. I have 10+ years of Revit experience working with existing buildings (most historic), and have used Revit from conceptual design, through construction administration and project close-out. I have a B.Arch from The Cooper Union and a MS in Historic Preservation from the University of Pennsylvania. I am the Chair of the Parker Gray Historic District Board of Architectural Review in my hometown of Alexandria, VA, and a member of the Association for Preservation Technology International Technical Committee on Documentation.