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Webcast Accelerating BIM ROI with Interoperability Standards
Accelerating BIM ROI with Interoperability Standards

The implementation of engineering software should start with the development of standard workflows that are independent of a drafting platform. In this presentation, Bradley E. Adams, P.E., a consultant who worked with the Colorado Department of Transportation to assist them with the development of CAD standards and standard process workflows for design and drafting, will discuss key lessons learned from that engagement and report on its return on investment. He will further discuss the benefits of supporting dual platforms for drafting and design and explain how interoperability standards can result in increased competition for projects that may lead to reduced costs for government agencies. Then, Autodesk Technical Marketing Manager, Karen Weiss, P.E., will demonstrate the enhanced functionality in the AutoCAD 2011 family of products, which give users a competitive edge while fulfilling their clients’ CAD and technical requirements.

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