Product news

  • BIM 360 Design
    Product news
    Autodesk has released updates to BIM 360, our project delivery and construction management platform that supports informed decision-making across the project lifecycle.  BIM 360 now centralizes all project data in a single data repository, connecting project stakeholders and workflows – from design to construction to operations. Part of update is the release of BIM 360 Design, representing […]

  • Revit 2019 badge
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    Written by Harlan Brumm, Sasha Crotty, Ian Molloy, and Pawel Piechnik Revit 2019 has just released! As Revit Product Managers, sharing what’s new in the latest version of Revit is our favorite type of blog post to write, and there’s a lot to talk about in Revit 2019.  In subsequent blog posts we’ll dive deeper […]

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    If you haven’t seen it yet, it’s time to download the new Autodesk Desktop Connector to manage linking  in Collaboration for Revit with other files hosted in the BIM 360 Team project space. The connector is a desktop service that integrates data sources with your desktop folder and file structure for easy file management.  Previously […]

  • Revit Live 2.0
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    An update from the Revit Live product team I’m proud to announce the release of Revit Live 2.0.  It’s been more than a year since we launched Revit Live 1.0, and a lot has changed since then. On top of all the improvements we’ve made since our start, we pushed VR capabilities directly in the […]

  • Product news
    The Autodesk Architecture, Engineering, and Construction Collection gives you access to a set of integrated tools — including Revit — that equip you to meet any project challenge – now and in the future.  Here’s the full list of products and services included in an AEC Collection subscription. MEP engineers and detailers using Revit may […]

  • Revit 2018.2 update
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    We are pleased to announce that we have just released the Revit 2018.2 update.  This update is available to subscribers and current maintenance plan customers via your accounts portal or the in-product Autodesk Desktop App.  Along with a number of bug fixes and stability improvements, this release also includes new functionality. “We keep telling you, […]

  • new AEC Collection
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    It’s Revit’s birthday, but the presents are for YOU It’s been 15 years since Revit joined the Autodesk portfolio. Since this time, Revit has matured into a premier BIM authoring platform for design professionals, and helped usher in the new era for how buildings are designed, built, and used. The future promises to be even […]

  • MEP
    We are pleased to announce the release of Revit P&ID Modeler for Revit 2018.1. Revit P&ID Modeler helps you model piping faster and more efficiently using P&IDs (piping and instrumentation diagrams) from a Plant 3D Collaboration project directly within Revit. A common request from our customers across the building and industrial industry has been to […]

  • REvit 2018.1 update
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    Exciting news today!  The Revit 2018.1 update, the very latest version, is now available for download. As I explained in this post on What’s Next for Revit, we’ve increased the frequency of Revit product releases essentially catching up our release schedule to better match the agile development methodology we adopted a while ago. Since we released […]

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    The architecture 2030 Challenge calls for all new US buildings, developments, and major renovations to be carbon-neutral by 2030. The key to meeting this challenge? Energy analysis from start to finish. Analyzing a complete or near-final design has little or no effect on a building’s operational energy performance. But leveraging energy analysis as a decision-making […]

  • Revit MEP 2018 Electrical Circuit Pathway
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    Revit 2018 enables you to modify an electrical circuit path for more accurate voltage drop calculations. You can choose to edit the circuit path by selecting Farthest Device, All Devices, or Custom and manually edit the circuit path. You can manually adjust the offset (elevation) and position of the circuit path as well as set […]

  • Revit MEP 2018 Energy Analysis
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    Energy analytical model – outside air enhancements Would you like to cover all internal gains, occupancy schedules, and outdoor air requirements with a single setting from a list of ASHRAE 62.1 activities?  What if you could use the same data from your BIM model for more detailed energy analysis in simulation software like Autodesk Insight, […]

  • Architecture
    What’s your process for conceptual design? Every project starts with a sketch, but if you’re sketching on a piece of paper, you’re in a physical realm that you’re going to need to rebuild if you want to turn it into a digital model. Autodesk FormIt is a tool for BIM-based conceptual design that lets you […]

  • Revit product team inside the factory
    Architecture
    The way we develop and deliver Revit software has changed.  This post is about what that means to you, and to us, the folks “inside the factory” working on what goes into the Revit 2018 and subsequent releases. If you’ve been using Autodesk® Revit® software for a while, you know that fairly predictably come springtime […]

  • Product news
    Revit 2018 software has several new Revit MEP features related to detailing LOD 400 elements to help you extend design to fabrication. Improve modeling productivity with greater accuracy and achieve the detail needed for fabrication, estimation, and installation of building services. For mechanical contractors using Revit MEP, here are two exciting areas of development: Sloped […]