Join Thiago Santos Mundim for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Solibri Model Checker Essential Training.
- [Man] Congratulations, you have reached…the end of the course.…You have learned how to create and navigate a project,…classify elements, check for issues in the models,…create communications light shows, and extract information…in quantities.…But this is just the beginning of a long journey.…We still have a lot to learn from the existing rules…available in SOLIBRI, and start creating your own.…So make sure you become part of the community…like joining the SOLIBRI group in LinkedIn,…where we can get some extra help.…
Thank you for watching, and I see you next time.…
AuthorThiago Santos Mundim
This course starts with understanding the tools and the classifications system, so you can do information takeoff and data mining. Next, understand and create rule sets to validate not only model clashes, but also regulations requirements and quality control. Last, explore the Model Checker reporting and communication features and find out how to use the Information Takeoff view to visualize and analyze model components based on their properties.
- Starting a new Solibri Model Checker project
- Using the Markup, Dimension, and Sectioning tools
- Rules and rule sets
- Reporting and communication
- Information Takeoff view
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Getting Started
3. Solibri Rules
5. Information Takeoff
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