BIM Collaborate features
Autodesk BIM Collaborate streamlines workflows on a unified platform, empowering project teams to collaborate and deliver work efficiently.
Efficiently handle civil engineering, building design, and diverse data related to multiple disciplines through project-centric workflows within a unified platform. Monitor the progress of design packages across various project roles, facilitating improved connectivity, communication and transparency throughout the project.
Easily collect multi-disciplinary models from various file formats, curate perspectives, generate personalised collaboration areas and distribute to on-site teams. By establishing tailored collaboration areas, teams can ensure model accuracy, providing designers and BIM experts with the means to examine designs and perform automated clash detection. Easily navigate federated models to identify potential constructability problems.
Monitor all issues, starting from design to handover, in a unified location. Convert clashes into problems with ease and allocate them to the relevant party for resolution. Track and confirm design solutions in a single location. Enhance accountability to resolve issues promptly and with greater transparency.
Autodesk Docs is a document management solution that centralises data, models, files and documents for all project teams and is included free of charge with all Autodesk Build subscriptions.
Simplify project initialisation by setting up configurations in a project template for files, concerns, forms, and roles. Duplicate project settings from previous projects with fewer stages, conserving time and ensuring greater uniformity.
Easily evaluate designs via a web browser. Manage teams, projects, and accounts in a single location. Ensure secure entry to relevant information with automated control to maintain team focus, utilising robust access permissions.
Gain insights into how modifications across disciplines impact planned tasks by examining and contrasting any combination of 2D or 3D models, including prior versions. Create watch groups to monitor and restrict changes and receive automated notifications. Implement approval workflows for change audits.
Design managers can utilise the timeline view to promptly review dates and assess the contents of shared design packages and data, and also create and consume packages for multi-disciplinary projects through a unified interface.
Quickly recognise and allocate problems related to a design for prompt resolution. Use the issue add-ins to settle concerns assigned to you from the cloud directly in Revit or Navisworks, resulting in closed-loop workflows.
Explore design alternatives by conducting clash analysis against shared models in folders that separate design experiments from live ongoing work.