2019 is coming to an end and we would like to take this moment to look back at what we have learned this year.In the Naviate for Revit blog we’ve explored many Naviate features and talked about technology and trends in our business in 2019.
During this year we have challenged the Landscape Architects to work with BIM or LIM (Landscape Information Models) and the Structural Engineers to look at how they can optimize their processes. New features and workflows have been created during 2019. We have talked a lot about IFC and the communication between disciplines as one of the major keys for success in your project.
There has been some major changes this year with Naviate Simple BIM going though a major overhaul, and the launch of Naviate Architecture and Structure in the UK. We've also welcomed over 50 new customers and 2500+ people have joined the Naviate Member Portal!
Top 5 blog posts of 2019:
- Naviate Structure with Rebar Extension
- How to create Revit hatch patterns using Naviate Pattern Editor
- An overview of sheet manager - How to manage views and sheets in Revit
- Different methods working with reinforcement
- How do you really start modelling in Revit when you are working with a renovation or a remodelling project?
We see that times are changing and requirements for projects needs to be fulfilled. Never has the speed of change been so quick as it is today, and we do believe that those changing trends will remain. So the demands of working smarter or more efficient is increasing rapidly.
The Naviate portfolio and its features are all about working smarter, saving time and enabling more efficient collaboration.
All these functions have been developed through direct interaction with thousands of users. We and our customer saw, very early on, the need to improve the Autodesk Revit platform. Our first launch of this product portfolio was way back in 2008. So we added a set of integrated tools in Revit to improve productivity, design automation and control whilst enhancing the user experience. Naviate is:
- Based on industry requirements & user feedback
- Developed by our own leading team of industry specialists and programmers
- Experience from 6+ front running, BIM nations and customers of the largest Autodesk reseller in Northern Europe
This has been the first year for the Naviate blog and we truly hope you have found valuable content here. Thank you all for reading our blog posts, that has been very encouraging for us during 2019 and will give us the right momentum to kick start 2020.
You can always let us know if there is any topic you would like to see on the blog. Let us know what you would like to read about in 2020:
/ The Naviate Team