In our last few posts, we introduced you to our ecosystem design principles and the platforms we chose. Implementation can always be more perfect, and just as we changed a lot internally in the last 5 months, the next year will hold even more surprises for us. We know you are going through similar changes, so this is of how we formed an architecture for our data ecosystem.
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The more I learn about nature, the more coincidences I find with my work at Voyansi.
Monday March 2nd, 2020. Voyansi, then AEC Lab consisted of 3 project team members: two software developers and our PjM/ head of Software, Libo. Similar to countless other spinoffs, we began this voyage with the tools we had in hand when we left AEC Resource.
Imagine for a minute that you are in the market to buy a new vehicle? You have your heart set on a new convertible, maybe it’s a large SUV for an addition to the family, or it could be a practical everyday sedan. What if it did not have a feature we take for granted to day: a radio for instance? What if the salesman told you it only came in black? Many people would balk, and look for another option.
During the COVID-19 crisis, Autodesk offered a free license to anyone who wanted to use BIM 360. During this period, many new users grew accustomed to the rich feature set due to the low technical barrier to entry. However, the software can be expensive, and not every company has the budget or need for such a comprehensive solution. If you are in that group, you came here to read what the right solution is for you. Before answering, it is important to get in the right frame of mind and understand the following:
There is an idea out there that all of us have heard or even been a part of on certain projects or with our respective employers. The idea is this: If you are a General Contractor and receive a building information model from the consultants working on your projects, you can get the budget automatically with not much leg work.
For all of you that haven't heard about Revit Server before, Revit Server is an application that can be installed on an on-premise server or the cloud that hosts a central model and allows users to connect from different offices and domains enabling collaboration of distributed teams over the cloud.