Advances in innovative technology have given way to critical tools leveraged by the AEC industry. Driven by a need to make processes and workflows leaner, Building Information Modeling (BIM) technology is the answer for those demanding efficiencies throughout the design process. Ultimately, BIM is a tool that should be used for anything that is constructed.
Autodesk, a purveyor of broad toolsets for design and engineering entities, capitalizes on this profound innovation with its proprietary tool, Revit. Revit is a Building Information Modeling (BIM) software for MEP engineers, designers, architects and contractors for 3D drafting and modeling. Autodesk Revit allows users to evaluate and explore a project constructability by identifying clashes in the design.
What is Autodesk Forge?
Autodesk has been making way in the construction and engineering world with new innovative technologies that allows everyone to get access to the data they need through tools, specifically through a new platform of its own called Forge. Autodesk Forge, a cloud-based software platform of Autodesk Forge API's, allows users to integrate products into workflows and Autodesk Forge applications. The products used for integration are from Autodesk SaaS and include Autodesk Fusion and Autodesk BIM 360.
For 18 years, Chetu has provided seamless end-to-end software development services to AEC, manufacturing, and media entities. Autodesk Forge, a valued partner of Chetu, has made it possible for Chetu developers to use their platform to provide software solutions for Autodesk Forge cloud-based software. Chetu has experience in providing solutions for: Autodesk cloud services, Autodesk 3D solutions, and Autodesk Forge API's.
In the 1960's MIT graduate student, Ivan Sutherland, presented his Ph.D. thesis to a panel of tenured scholars, introducing the world to a revolutionary graphical communication system and forever changing the lives of architects and mechanics around the world.
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