Last year, in October of 2017, Chris France, Regional President of Advance2000, presented some useful Revit collaboration strategies to the Orange County Revit User Group. In his presentation, Chris discussed the four aspects of the Revit Collaboration Matrix (App Local, Data Local, App Remote, and Data Remote), and the pros and cons of each strategy.
Below is Chris France’s full presentation, or you can view it on our YouTube channel here. We hope you find it as interesting and helpful as we did!
Revit Collaboration Strategies:
Created by Autodesk, Revit is building information modeling (BIM) software that allows users to create buildings, structures, components, etc. in both 2D and 3D. Architects, engineers, and designers often use Revit to collaborate on projects — even when members of the team are working in different locations. While collaborating in real-time, across geographical boundaries can be very challenging, there are plenty of Revit collaboration strategies you can follow to make your work easier to manage for all team members.