Autodesk LIVE is a new interactive visualization service which offers Revit users the ability to transform their designs into fully-interactive 3D models.
Autodesk today announced the launch of Autodesk LIVE, a new interactive visualization service which offers Revit users in the architecture, engineering and construction industries (AEC) the ability to transform their designs into fully-interactive 3D models.
Each year this is the largest and most well attended technology expo at one of the most important Air Force Bases in the US. Plan to attend and network with personnel from AFMC, 88th CG, CASOC, AFLR, AFIT, AMC and more.
IMAGINiT experts will be on hand to chat with you on the latest technology advancements.
Three experts from IMAGINiT Technologies will be delivering four presentations at the 2016 Revit Technology Conference (#RTCNA2016) at the Westin Kierland Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona this July 14-16. IMAGINiT speakers will explore hot-button topics, time-saving tools and leading technologies that are influencing design engineering today. In the exhibit hall, IMAGINiT will also be demonstrating their popular IMAGINiT Clarity and Scan to BIM software products at booth #10.
NK Architects, a full-service architectural, interior design, planning and structural engineering firm based in New Jersey, realized the person responsible for BIM management was spending a lot of time helping others instead of on billable work. This wasn't a bad thing, but it did pull a valuable resource away from projects and business development.
During a company meeting, the NK Architects team went over their options and landed on the idea of outsourcing BIM management with IMAGINiT. This way NK Architects gets the best of all worlds, a person devoted to BIM management tasks, a team that's focused on project work and the ability to increase or decrease time for BIM management as-needed. They even get access to expertise in all disciplines as the IMAGINiT team can call upon others in the company for solutions to unique questions or issues.