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Who is this product for?
This tool is great for the advanced Revit user who wants to experience full collaborative integrated design. Great for:
- Facilities managers
BIM 360™ Glue® is a cloud-based BIM management and collaboration product that connects your entire project team and streamlines BIM project workflows from pre-construction through construction execution. With virtually anywhere, anytime access to the most recent project models and data throughout the project lifecycle, BIM 360 Glue helps you review projects and resolve coordination issues faster, while advancing the construction layout process.
With cloud-based BIM coordination, project teams gain virtually anytime, anywhere access to connected project information. Autodesk® BIM 360™ Glue helps you perform multi-disciplinary collaboration and coordination review cycles faster, while making construction layout tasks more efficient.
Key Features include:
One-click access – CCollaborate across distributed teams. Access precise model views and shared markups directly from a link.
Cloud-based BIM coordination – Empower the whole team to identify and resolve conflicts faster, both before and during construction.
Collaborative project views – Review even the most complex project models from virtually anywhere. Annotate and send notifications to keep the team up to date.
Navisworks integration – Directly load coordinated BIM 360 Glue models into Navisworks for 4D animated timelines, model-based quantification, and other advanced analysis.
Design tool integration – Say goodbye to file compatibility issues with support for more than 50 design file formats. Say hello to simplified multidisciplinary workflows with in-product, round-trip support for Revit, AutoCAD, IFC models and more.
Immersive mobile experience – Intuitively explore multidisciplinary BIM projects in the field, online or offline.
- A360 Glue
- A360 Field
To purchase visit the Autodesk Website.
Author: Martin Watson
Lead Editor at Construct Digital – As lead editor Martin reports on topics specifically relating to BIM, digital software and physical technologies which are revolutionising the Architecture, Engineering and Construction Industry.