AUGIWorld December 2012 - What do you wish for?
Want to see what your fellow members dreamed of this year? The December 2012 issue of AUGIWorld contains the Top 10 Wish List Results for AutoCAD, AutoCAD Civil 3D, Inventor, Navisworks Manage, and Revit Architecture, MEP, and Structure. Thank you to the AUGI members who contributed to the AUGI Wish Lists this year - everyone benefits from your input.
And speaking of thanks, in this issue we recognize AUGI Sponsors and Benefactors as well as the authors who have contributed their time and talent to AUGI publications this year. There's a lot more to ponder in the December 2012 issue of AUGIWorld. Take a look.
Smart AutoCAD Installs – Curt Moreno provides a blueprint, of sorts, for approaching AutoCAD upgrades. Bonus material from Michael Beall with another "How To" on an AutoCAD feature.
Who Owns the BIM? – Martijn de Riet walks you through the New York City "BIM Guidelines," which he finds both thought provoking and controversial.
Autodesk Exchange Apps – Setu Upadhya, a member of the AutoCAD product management team, introduces you to an online marketplace for Autodesk product add-ons.
Moving Forward – Scott Moyse interviews Ilai Rotbaein, AutoCAD WS product manager, and gets a glimpse of the future for this product.
All About External References – Melinda Heavrin offers up a thorough lesson on the use of xrefs for project creation and maintenance.
Power for the People – William Campbell dives deeper into the benefits of tools that are available to you right now.
Revit MEP for Scheduling and Design – Todd Shackelford with tips for mining data to help increase design efficiency.
Helping with Hospitals – Adam Munoz explores BIM and IPD in hospital design and construction where coordination, collaboration, and communication abound.
Beyond Clash Detection – Kim Perelli shares her experiences with using Navisworks for more than the obvious.
Step into the Present – Christopher Fugitt discusses the strengths of AutoCAD Civil 3D software.
Also in this issue...
Inside Track – Recent AEC-related developments from Autodesk and others.
Celebrating 300K – AUGI hits the 300,000 - member milestone in November 2012.