- Accounts and permissions
- Creating an account administrator
- Creating a BIM 360 project
- Creating a project administrator
- Accepting BIM 360 invites
- Setting up BIM 360 projects and roles
- Activating and editing project services
- Collaborating on civil engineering projects
- Edit project profiles
- Checking project activity
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Lynda Sharkey] You know how you find many courses telling you how they can help you become an InfraWorks or a BIM 360 rock star? Well this isn't one of those courses. This course is more of a become a BIM 360 and InfraWorks roadie course. That's because this course goes behind the scenes to set up the equipment and untangle the wires so that you can understand and implement the processes needed for AutoDesk InfraWorks to work with BIM 360. I am Lynda Sharkey, and I am not a rock star. But I also know how frustrating it can be when collaborating with a team that's scattered over different timezones, with different expertise and with different output requirements. Join me to see how you can set up the behind the scenes environment from project setup and administration to data upload and permissions to model issues and reviews that can help your collaborators spend more time being rock stars and less time figuring out where the latest version of an infrastructure project model is. There's also a dinosaur, but only a little one. So if you're ready to join me, let's get on this tour bus and hit the road.
Introduction to BIM 360: Next Genwith Eric Chappell1h 51m Beginner
1. Setting Up BIM 360
2. Administering BIM 360 Projects and Roles
3. Working with Models
4. BIM 360 and InfraWorks Tips
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