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BIM 360 Release Notes

BIM 360 Analytics and Insights Update – November 2019

Manu Venugopal
November 18, 2019

Highlights:

  • Introducing Construction IQ Preview for Design Risk Management
  • New approval reviews by current assignment analytics
  • BIM 360 Plan cards in Insight dashboards
  • Assemble card for dashboards
  • New partner cards added

 

Construction IQ Preview for Design Risk Management

The BIM 360 Design Risk Management capabilities use the intuitive web-based collaboration and review features built into BIM 360 Document Management as well as the machine learning and AI based technology in Construction IQ.

The Document Management module provides anytime, anywhere access to project drawings and models where teams can easily create, track and resolve design and constructability issues and manage the design review process.

Taking it a step further, Construction IQ helps predict and prevent critical design issues such as code compliance issues, issues to critical building components and errors and omissions in design and documentation. With this level of information readily available, project leaders can take daily action to prioritize and resolve design issues before they become time-consuming RFIs and costly changes downstream during construction. Visit our blog post to learn more about the Design Risk Management capabilities and how it can help your project teams.

Construction IQ Preview for Design Risk Management is available as a Preview to BIM 360 Build customers.

Approval reviews by current assignment

We are now introducing the ability for Project Leaders to track outstanding reviews by current assignment and by due date. This card lists all open reviews that are waiting for approval. It is grouped by the specific company who needs to take the next action. This card also displays the outstanding reviews based on what is overdue and upcoming. With this new card the actionable info Project Leaders can navigate to the Reviews module and take action.

BIM 360 Plan analytics

BIM 360 Plan customers can now view analytics from Plan right from Project Home or Insight dashboards. There are cards for four key metrics that are available in the card library. These can be added to any page within the dashboard ecosystem.

Plan analytics includes:

  • Plan percent completed
  • Activity root cause analysis
  • Activity gantt chart view
  • Weekly activity total

Assemble card for dashboards

We have now added the ability to add a view from Assemble onto your Project Home or Insight dashboards. This capability allows:

  • Estimators, Project Managers & BIM/VDC Leaders can view quantity take off information
  • Superintendents and Project Managers track work in Progress
  • Owners can track budget
  • View, track and create unified issues

You can find the new Assemble card in the card library. To get started, add this to any dashboard page and configure it using a url from assemble. You can watch it in action here:

 

New Partner cards added to the library

We are continuing to add support for new partner applications in the Insight dashboard eco-system. Some of the newly supported partners include Faro, Reconstruct, Ideate, Manufacton, etc.

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Manu Venugopal

Manu Venugopal is an Architecture, Engineering, and Construction technology expert and thought leader focusing on Building Information Modeling, data and analytics. As a Senior Product Manager at Autodesk, Manu helps the BIM 360 team build innovative products using cloud and mobile technologies and improve the Construction industry processes. Manu is currently working on introducing machine learning and predictive analytics to construction industry providing insights to customers to help them deliver projects successfully. He is passionate about interoperability and helps partners and developers build apps and integrations with BIM 360 on the Forge platform. Manu has a Doctoral degree from Georgia Tech, under the guidance of Prof. Chuck Eastman. Manu’s doctoral research introduced semantic web technologies to solve AEC industry challenges. He also has a Masters in Computational Science and Engineering. He is a co-author of the National BIM Standard and more than 30 publications.

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