With the update, Autodesk Building Design Suite offers improved integration with BIM 360 cloud services, enhanced point cloud capabilities, and numerous customer requested improvements for Autodesk Revit, including a new sketchy lines feature, ability to include imagery in schedules, enhanced hidden lines capability and more.
Autodesk Factory Design Suite will facilitate easy switch for users from 2D AutoCAD drawings to 3D factory layouts with transitions from legacy workflows, in addition to point cloud support. Autodesk Infrastructure Design Suite includes major enhancements to AutoCAD Civil 3D software, including improved user interface, greater flexibility for corridor modeling, more efficient creation of profiles layouts, better production drafting, and simpler ways to create custom subassemblies.
The Autodesk Plant Design Suite includes significant enhancements to its AutoCAD Plant 3D software, including center of gravity, bill of materials (BOM), fixed length pipe modeling, piping and instrumentation drawing (P&ID), and isometric improvements.
Pradeep Nair, Managing director, Autodesk, India and SAARC said, “Users will notice a significant difference in how much easier it is to get their work done with the Autodesk 2015 Design Suites. And with Autodesk Subscription, users get flexible options to utilise cloud services for design.”
“We have integrated the strengths of superior Building Information Modeling (BIM) desktop software with new cloud, mobile software to dramatically improve the future of building,” said Sunil MK, Head – Architecture, Engineering & Construction (AEC), Autodesk India.