The Future of Making Things - Callan Carpenter
Technology innovation has continually disrupted the way buildings are designed and constructed. This presentation will introduce you to the next era of technological disruption where physical things are now deeply connected by bringing cloud, social and mobile technology to bear.
The Technologies Driving the Future of Making - Tom Wujec
Join Tom Wujec, Autodesk Fellow, who has recently completed a deep two-year analysis of these core technologies for a forthcoming book on the Future of Making, to be published in 2017. Tom will will describe how the interplay of digitization and materialization establish a capture, compute, create, and compose workflow. This reshapes the ways we design, make, and use cars, consumer products, infrastructure, apparel, and, of course, buildings. He will focus on how 3D printing and other forms of additive manufacturing will transform construction, a topic especially relevant to those working in Dubai.
Join this session to learn about the Autodesk Cloud Collaboration solution for both Revit users and extended project stakeholders.
Take advantage of cloud-enabled Revit worksharing with the Collaboration for Revit service. It gives project team members from multiple disciplines, locations, or firms centralized access to Revit models and avoid costly and counterproductive IT barriers.
BIM 360 Team provides an online workspace for all project team members, helping you communicate and stay organized at all times.
In this session, you will also get the chance to hear from SSH about their experience using both Collaboration for Revit and BIM 360 Team to create a CDE to collaborate on a live project and satisfy customer requirements.
In this session you will learn:
InfraWorks 360 is a very powerful 3D modeling software for Buildings and Infrastructure projects that supports BIM workflows and with many built in design capabilities. During this hands-on lab we will dig into the tools and explore tips and techniques that will enable you to get up and running with InfraWorks 360 software. We will pay special attention to finding and incorporating data-to-model existing conditions, designing roads and bridges, adding details to make the model realistic, and sharing the model for others to collaborate.
Note: No previous knowledge of InfraWorks 360 is required. All participants in this lab will get a 50-page training manual and access to many useful resources for learning the software’s advanced capabilities.
In this class, you will see how put reinforcement in Revit. Of course we will start to learn how to configure the general settings for reinforcement .
Then we will see how to use shape code and the way we can sketch your own reinforcement in rebar with rebar connector. We do the same with wire fabric for planar element.
After we will look at numbering and partitioning, to set shop drawings. At the end we will see how to use Dynamo for Rebar and other solution from Industry Partners who help in rebar.
In this session you will learn how from a BIM model, we can visualize and understand the flow of air in or out of a building as well as heat transfers.
In particular, we will discuss the Autodesk CFD solution, which allows us to deal with various issues such as:
It is complex to model structures such as viaducts and tunnels that are controlled by an alignment and profile. Put that in an environment where the alignment changes often, and the structural engineer, using a tool like Revit software, finds it hard to accommodate that change. AutoCAD Civil 3D software is great for designing the alignment and profile—with complex curve elements and subassemblies for the mass modeling of complex structures—but we need Revit software for the detailed concrete modeling. Solutions to the challenge involving export/import of data between software have helped, but they present their own new challenges. This is where writing Dynamo scripts comes into play, providing integration and coordination between AutoCAD Civil 3D software and Revit software to give an interactive and dynamic modeling environment that can integrate structures like stairs and the MEP (mechanical, electrical, and plumbing)-required equipment. This class uses custom AutoCAD Civil 3D software subassemblies, Dynamo scripts, and Revit families. This session features AutoCAD Civil 3D, Dynamo, and Revit.
At the end of this class, you will be able to: