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[Register for the live Webinar] AEC Collaboration: Transform Project Delivery with BIM Collaborate Pro

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[Register for the live Webinar] AEC Collaboration: Transform Project Delivery with BIM Collaborate Pro



Autodesk BIM Collaborate Pro provides AEC project teams with the ability to streamline design management and foster effective collaboration. The upcoming addition of the entitlement to Tandem for AEC will further empower firms to transform their project delivery.

Join our Digital Project Delivery and Tandem experts to uncover how cloud-connected workflows in a unified data environment can enhance data management and lead to better outcomes, including the creation of a functional digital twin. This webinar will explore how this newly packaged offering enables AEC firms to:

  • Improve communication and collaboration with project teams and clients
  • Increase usability of project data for insights and informed decision making
  • Extend services to create, build, and maintain a data-enriched digital twin

This webinar is an excellent resource for BIM Managers, Project Managers, Project Coordinators, designers, contractors, and advanced users wanting to learn how to harness the power of BIM Collaborate Pro and Tandem for AEC to improve efficiency, reduce risk, and increase client satisfaction. Additionally, Anthony, Marco, and Tim will delve into some of the latest enhancements for project standardization, correspondence, reviews, and twin building.


Can't attend live? Register anyway and we'll send you the webinar recording.


Register for the free Webinar now!


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in reply to: garima.g

It depends on how you will be working with the Architect. Will you both have your own models that you are working on or is the intent that everyone is working on only one model at the same time? Working with BIM collaborate pro means that the file is living in the cloud. It's its own model. If you have people working on a copy in your own server you can publish a new copy but it just means that it's not always talking with the cloud model.   

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