Autodesk is constantly looking for ways to improve the user experience. Interoperability between programs is a hallmark of this policy, but sometimes they haven’t quite gotten us there…yet. At Gannett Fleming, we wanted to start using AutoCAD P&ID software, but also wanted to find a way to link the data to AutoCAD Revit MEP software. And that’s what this class is about. We will cover how to review and determine the need for Revit optimization, how to approach optimization from the proper perspective, what you need to know from the program developer to novice user, and how to get it implemented. As an example, we will review how we approached linking data between Revit MEP instrumentation and AutoCAD P&ID drawing data. You’ll walk away with the added benefit of planning documents to help smooth the way. You will also learn what works and what doesn’t, so be prepared to take your Revit to the next level!
- Budget and plan for use and implementation
- Describe how the Gannett Fleming project data sync tool works
- Plan for and review Revit programming capabilities
- Set up and manage a programming project