Define Your Collaboration Strategy on AEC Projects Using Autodesk Construction Cloud
The ability for multiple departments, external stakeholders, and clients to collaborate on a design is essential for a projects success. Having a clear collaboration strategy makes it possible. In this course, you learn about various filing linking methods to help you decide on a collaboration method that will work best for your project.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
- Decide on a collaboration method
- Decide on a Revit file linking method to use
- Publish Revit Publish Sets to share with other teams
When using BIM Collaborate Pro for Autodesk Revit cloud worksharing, the files from other disciplines can be linked from their WIP folder, the Shared folder, or the Consumed folder. Along with several pros and cons of linking from all these folders, there are various other factors you need to consider before making a decision, such as Design Collaboration team permissions, low trust VS high trust environment, etc. This course will discuss all these pros and cons and additional factors in detail.
Each team collaborates independently in Revit and creates packages. These packages allow you to bundle your team’s Revit models and published sets, so you can share them with other teams. With the Design Collaboration module, teams have complete control of how other teams see the state of their team’s work by controlling which packages of your team’s Revit model is being shared. In this module, you will learn how to curate and share packages on a project timeline for tracking and accountability.