What’s New

  • What’s New
    Written by: Ian Molloy, Harlan Brumm, Pawel Piechnik, Sasha Crotty A new version of Revit in August? Now that we release features as soon as they are ready, subscribers don’t need to wait for the annual release to access the latest Revit. The product team is happy introduce this latest Revit point release, bringing you […]

  • MEP
    We’re excited to deliver new integrated analysis functionality with Revit 2020.1.  Systems analysis features and framework provide a platform to optimize your HVAC systems design and modeling, letting you make data-driven design decisions from the start. Now you can use the same Revit model for documentation, design and analysis, eliminating the need to create redundant […]

  • What’s New
    Today’s Revit is more automated than ever. In adding and refining features in every release over the past few years, the Revit product development team’s goal has been simple: “We’re always looking for opportunities to automate functionality and to reduce the effort that people have to go through to achieve better results,” says Autodesk senior […]

  • Generative Design
    Do you want to learn how to optimize your architectural designs to meet your design goals? Our beta software Project Refinery will allow you to do just that by harnessing the power of Generative Design. Generative design lets you create and evaluate many more design options than you could using manual methods and simultaneously explore […]

  • Screenshot of usage reporting feature
    What’s New
    Wondering if your team is making the most efficient use of your software? Before now, your choice was either to keep wondering or engage in time-intensive, manual tracking of users, products, and versions. But Autodesk’s new usage reporting* functionality takes the guesswork and slog out of tracking who is using what product and how often. This […]

  • What’s New
    We’re excited to announce the latest release of Autodesk’s structural steel detailing software, Advance Steel 2020. Here is an overview of some of the new and enhanced features available in this version.   1 – Propagation of steel connections In Advance Steel 2020, you can automate steel connection creation by propagating connections already in place. […]

  • Structure
    Autodesk Revit 2020 delivers several new functionalities. One that stands out from the rest was created for the structural engineer. Steel Connections for Dynamo and its sample scripts will help engineers to work more productively when modelling, placing steel connections, optimizing design and material consumption.  Dynamo for Revit users can create rules for adding steel connections on a structure or a selected part of it, based on new Dynamo nodes that are grouped under a new package called Autodesk Steel […]

  • Structure
    Autodesk is committed to investing in Robot Structural Analysis to improve your experience with this software and help you maximize the value from your investment in the Architecture, Engineering & Construction Collection. I am pleased to share that we have just released Robot Structural Analysis 2020. The 2020 version contains several new features and improvements […]

  • New in Revit 2020
    What’s New
    Written by Harlan Brumm, Sasha Crotty, Ian Molloy, and Pawel Piechnik The Revit team is thrilled to release Revit 2020, incorporating improvements in Revit 2019.1 and Revit 2019.2.  The release year “2020” is epic, and Revit 2020 lives up to the name, reflecting both your requests submitted to the Revit Ideas page and also introducing new features and […]

  • Structure
    Autodesk has just released the Autodesk Analytical Modeling 2019 Dynamo package, which helps structural engineers to better control and automate creation of analytical models in Revit for consistency and structural analysis preparedness. The parameterization, definition of logical assumptions, their priorities, as well as the customizable scripting enables the analytical model to reflect the individual expectations […]

  • 3dss max 2020 for revit users
    Uncategorized
    Exciting news, as the latest Autodesk 3ds Max update was just released on March 27, 2019.  If you subscribe to the AEC Collection, you can access 3ds Max 2020 now in your Autodesk Account. New features in 3ds Max 2020 for Revit users that will allow for faster data import from Revit and better-organized and […]

  • Architecture
    I wanted to share some news with you about our early stage concept modeling tool, FormIt.  This week FormIt has had a major update and we’re pleased to announce that FormIt v17 is now available!  FormIt is a solid modeler, that enables enhanced shape manipulation, and is typically used to express early-stage building design ideas. […]

  • Revit 2019.2 new features
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    Written by: Harlan Brumm, Sasha Crotty, Ian Molloy, Pawel Piechnik The Revit product team is very excited to announce the release of Revit 2019.2 — the latest version of Revit — to current subscribers. Before we dive into Revit 2019.2 new features, here’s some background on how we determine what to include in each new […]

  • revit renders
    Product news
    Autodesk Rendering, the cloud service that lets you create high-quality photorealistic images, panoramas, solar studies and illuminance simulations without tying up your desktop, just got way better. With this new release, cloud rendering for Revit is not only significantly faster but also generates renderings that look more realistic and will be more consistent with your […]

  • Revit security fix
    Architecture
    We have recently released a number of security fixes for 2017, 2018, and 2019 versions of Revit. These updates address security issues and are required in order to make sure your product continues to work in the future. We recommend you install these Revit security fixes as soon as possible. We (the Revit Team) decided […]