New Convergence Blog covers design collaboration and cloud worksharing

Sylvia Knauer Sylvia Knauer September 14, 2017

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Announcing the Convergence Blog

Convergence is Autodesk’s new blog covering design collaboration, cloud worksharing, and project delivery. It features customer success stories, helpful tips, and how-to content on best practices on these themes.

In customer’s stories on building design, you’ll notice there is a common theme in their journey: Revit, as the tool of choice for BIM authoring. For teams realizing Collaborative BIM on their projects, the Collaboration for Revit and BIM 360 Team duo are introduced, to enable multi-user co-authoring of a model and extended project team access.

Paving the way for a seamless design experience

Why blog about these topics?  Architects and engineers worldwide have taken advantage of the benefits of BIM in the design process, from powerful features like parametric design, change management, and multi-discipline model coordination.

As more and more technology moves to the cloud, cloud-enabled worksharing has become the new reality, allowing anytime, anywhere access to a central model. Project owners have begun to capitalize on the opportunity to leverage technology to optimize workflows and often mandate the use of connected, collaborative software solutions for greater ease-of-use, efficiency, and transparency.

Looking ahead, the future of project delivery will be powered by an integrated common data environment, a seamless workflow experience between disciplines, a smooth handover process from design to construction to operations, and powerful insights from model data and use.

Ultimately, the Convergence blog is about connecting people, information, and processes across the project lifecycle. With in-depth insight on tools and trends that enable more efficient project delivery, you can learn and adopt these strategies in your own practice.

You’ll find stories on these themes:

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