Access BIM data in 2D or 3D directly within PlanGRid with PlanGrid BIMTweet
PlanGrid’s amalgamation with Revit facilitates the users to gain complete benefits of BIM beyond pre-construction with a great deal of data instantly at their fingertips. This amalgamation will form an integrated platform to consistently links the office, the trailer, and the field.
PlanGrid BIM links rich BIM data from the design process to construction and operations.
Architects and engineers who apply BIM to design construction projects can generate 3D models to function as a virtual illustration of how complicated work can be set up and building assets should interact. Models are implanted into rich property data like the height of a counter, material type of a wall, or manufacturer details of a lighting fixture. But when these models are delivered to the field, they’re “flattened down” into PDFs, and the data is lost to the teams who perform the physical work of building or preserving facilities. This loss of data, in conjunction with a lack of 3D visualization in the field, can cause critical errors, lost time, and rework.
PlanGrid BIM facilitates the construction and facilities teams to make informed decisions in real-time, with the most comprehensive data access and a consistent changeover between 2D and 3D.
With PlanGrid BIM, users can view BIM data properties inside recognizable 2D drawings or access 3D to visualize assets in an efficient manner within the surrounding environment all from within PlanGrid's software.
PlanGrid's new BIM functionality comprises of the following :
- BIM-enabled Sheets: Users can tap objects to avail BIM data properties, like an object’s dimensions, material type, or manufacturer details, all inside the recognizable 2D environment.
- 3D BIM Viewer: With a simple tap, users will be able to quickly transfer to a 3D view of a certain object while remaining offline. The viewer, presently in the beta stage, contains features like zoom and snap tools for taking measurements among model objects.
- Revit Integration: Sheets are published directly from Revit into PlanGrid, ensuring precise BIM data, including sheet titles and numbers; drawings continue to contain PlanGrid features like automatic callout detection and hyperlinking.
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