ZOOM is now a part of BIM360 Meetings, check out this workflow hack for when MS TEAMS is your preferred option!
In this Three-Part webinar series we will be introducing some typical issues experienced among project teams and how those issues can be solved with cloud-based collaboration tools. This three-part webinar is designed to provide insight for all owners, principles, and project managers into collaborative workflows from design through construction.
COLUMBIA, S.C. (PRWEB) JUNE 04, 2020
Live Collaborative Design Presentation – Leveraging your existing software to solve everyday challenges.
During this 3 part webinar series you will see a live demonstration of a fictitious company to understand, and see how they will leverage their existing tools to collaborate and develop a solution for a unique requirement. You will see the challenges they face, the tools they will use, and how they were able to collaborate utilizing their existing software programs. This webinar is designed to provide some insight, so that project managers, engineers, designers, and marketing professionals can see how they can leverage their current tools and work collaboratively with little to no additional cost.
Part 1: Virtual Kickoff Project Statement:
During this first webinar we will set the scene, explain the challenge, show how the project manager organizes and disseminates different tasks virtually. Then we will demonstrate the tools used to manage this project in real time.
Part 2: Validating and Prototyping thru Virtual Collaboration:
The second webinar will highlight tools we can use to ensure our parts are light weight, strong, and will not break while in use. We will also show you how to save money by leveraging additive manufacturing to your design process.
Part 3: Electrify Your Design and Create Amazing Presentations Virtually:
The third and final webinar will incorporate electrical design challenges and show how mechanical and electrical teams can collaborate in real time virtually. We will also show how marketing can be enhanced thru virtual collaboration with technical content and breath taking illustrations.
At TPM, we know the importance of constantly learning and staying up-to-date. That's why we've compiled three helpful AEC resources. We think these five-minute reads will be helpful and interesting.
Max Ames, Technical Solutions Consultant, MFG
Cris Ivan, Technical Solutions Consultant, MFG
Networked SOLIDWORKS licenses work great for sharing among users when you have access to the network. How do you take a license on the road though? Using the Borrow License feature, of course. A license can be borrowed up to 30 days and returned early if needed. To avoid having a license in limbo, between the user’s machine and the server, avoid using VPN. Using an options file, a network administrator can restrict borrowing to a shorter period, a percentage of total license or block it altogether.
Mike DeKoning, TPM Technical Solutions Consultant, Manufacturing
Korey Gaddy, Technical Solutions Consultant, AEC
In today's Tech Video, TPM Technical Solutions Consultant, Korey Gaddy, demonstrates how to use scripting in Bluebeam Revu for commonly used repetitive processes.