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  • Inside the Factory
    It has been a busy few months around the Factory since the release of Revit 2022. But the work has not stopped! Our product teams are continuing work on new features and enhancements that are being tested in our Preview Release. Many of those features and enhancements are based on your Revit Ideas (and other […]

  • Inside the Factory
    Go Inside the Factory to learn more about this special invite-only event for providing feedback to Revit product teams.

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    This month we explore the Top 10 Revit Ideas in the Gathering Support category.

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    AEC Excellence Awards submissions for 2020 run through June 10.

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    Save time calculating egress and path of travel with a new automation tool in Revit.

  • What’s New
    With Autodesk University 2019 unfolding this week, it’s a perfect time to introduce new functionalities in Dynamo that will empower structural engineers to bring automation into their steel connection workflows. With the Revit 2020.2 point release, new Dynamo nodes and sample scripts bridge the gap between structural analysis and modelling phases, enabling standardization and faster […]

  • What’s New
    Teams can’t collaborate on something they can’t see. That’s why, whether you’re a structural engineer, architect, or any other professional working with BIM, visualization is key. And Revit 2020 packs a powerful punch in this department. Revit 2020 delivers features in a variety of categories under the visualization umbrella. These include ones that make the […]

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    Tips, tricks & tutorials
    If you’ve been to Autodesk University (AU), no doubt you’ve heard inspiring stories of Autodesk customers doing amazing things with the software. If you have not been to AU, we have you covered—but it’s a fantastic event that you really should try to attend. Fortunately, those customer success stories are not just reserved for a […]

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    Architecture
    Are you an architect who needs to coordinate your design across an extended project team including BIM managers, structural, MEP, and civil engineers (to name a few)? Do you have questions about how to work better as a team across disciplines or with firms collaborating on the same projects? Are you looking to connect with […]

  • Revit to PlanGrid BIM
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    Great news for PlanGrid users: PlanGrid–an Autodesk company– has released PlanGrid BIM, a powerful new product integration with Revit that lets you access BIM data from Revit directly within PlanGrid on your mobile devices. With this integration, PlanGrid users can now drill down into rich data in an easy-to-use 2D interface or 3D environment. This […]

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    Product news
    If you thought the December 2018 update to Revit cloud rendering was a big deal, you were right. But those updates were only some of what the team was working on.  That initial release has been followed by several big incremental improvements that are no less than spectacular. I’m really excited to share these additional […]

  • Product news
    We are excited to deliver functionality in Revit 2020 —responding to several related requests on the Revit Idea Station– for better support of the creation and documentation of electrical distribution systems containing panels with feed through lugs.  For those of you using external tools to do more in-depth analysis, this enhancement provides a more accurate model […]

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    Do you have an exemplary project using a buildingSMART openBIM solution? You’ll be happy to know that submission deadlines for the buildingSMART International Awards Program 2019 have been extended, so you still have time to enter your project. The deadline for step one of the application—completing a simple online form– is April 30, 2019 All […]

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    By incorporating sustainability into the design process, project teams can inform better decisions and improve energy efficiency throughout the life of a building. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change warns that drastic changes are needed to limit the increase in global temperatures to 1.5 degrees Celsius by 2050. Over that same timeframe, the global population […]

  • AEC Excellence awards
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    By Nicolas Mangon Now in its eighth year, the AEC Excellence Awards competition—co-sponsored by Autodesk, Construction Dive, SmartCities Dive, and Informed Infrastructure —is an incredible way to honor the AEC (architecture, engineering, and construction) industry and the ingenuity of the professionals who are stretching the limits of what is possible in AEC. Enter now for […]