As part of the recently announced new features in Autodesk's BIM 360, users can collaborate on vertical and horizontal constructions from anywhere and anytime using Civil 3D.
Collaboration for Civil 3D allows subscribers of BIM 360 Design to streamline workflows on a unified platform. Also, they can perform their day-to-day data management activities in the same place.
Other construction collaboration benefits in the software update include:
Anytime, anywhere collaboration
The ability to collaborate across multiple locations and companies, securely and in real time.
Connect data throughout the project lifecycle
Now architects, engineers, contractors and extended project team stakeholders can seamlessly collaborate to improve project outcomes.
Visualize Design Changes
Experience how new information will impact ongoing work to improve decision-making.
Single Source of Truth
Centralized collaboration and data management on a common data platform removes silos and keeps teams on the same page with the most up to date information.
Easy Team Handoff
Fast adoption from one team to the next, accessible historical data, and collaboration and data management in the field with mobile connectivity.
Save on IT Maintenance
Scale up and down as project needs change. No more wasting time on uploads, downloads, or costly server maintenance.
"Adding Civil 3D to BIM 360 Design responds to the cross-discipline challenges our customers are facing on projects which include building and infrastructure features. Autodesk strives to meet our customers’ changing needs, and this is a major shift in how they will be able to get their work done and hopefully win more business," says Nicolas Mangon, vice president, Autodesk AEC Business Strategy and Marketing.
For more information on BIM 360's new features, visit autodesk.com.