Ready for AU 2020? There are many exciting classes, talks and activities, but make sure to watch and attend the Q&A sessions for these Forge Roadmap classes: it's your opportunity to learn what's coming from directly from the source.
Are you building apps on the Forge platform today? Are you using Forge as part of your digital transformation strategy, or helping your customers transform their businesses? Do you want to learn more about what the Forge team has been working on throughout the past year? We’ll discuss new design automation engines, including Revit software, Inventor software, and 3ds Max software; new BIM 360 APIs, including BIM 360 Cost Management and BIM 360 Model Coordination (clash detection); the order of magnitude increase in size and performance of models you can view; and more. Join us to learn about what's new with Forge APIs and what's coming in the next generation of the Forge platform. Get the insights you need to confidently create your application development plans.
BIM 360 API Update and Beyond
In this class, we will present the current status of the APIs for BIM 360 software, discussing the APIs that have recently been added and those that we expect to release in the near future.
Visual Insights—Visualizing Data in Your Models
Are you starting to break down the silos of data and mixing that with visualization? Do you want to learn more about the insights you can inform your models with? Prebuilt data connectors, customizable visualization components, and more—join us to learn about what's new with the Viewer API and how to inform your models with data from all sorts of sources.
Join the Forge Team for Live Q&A: Wed 18th Nov, 12pm (PST) - Forge Answer Bar
Fusion 360 on Forge Data
Are you working on ways to help automate design and make workflows for you or your customers? Are you trying to share product information between applications such as Fusion Lifecyle software and Fusion 360 software, or those outside the Autodesk ecosystem? Learn about how Forge data is powering a shared product information model to enable your design and make data flow more seamlessly across your workflows, teams, and the applications you use.
More Tips, Tricks, and the Future of the Forge Model Derivative Service
Last year we brought you “Tips, Tricks, and the Future for Forge Model Derivative Services.” We’re bringing even more goodies to this year’s presentation. We will include more details around the Revit flag to generate rooms and spaces for viewing. We will cover how you can use the model derivative data to do model version comparison. Finally, again we will preview some of the coming features in Model Derivative Service, including the improved SVF2 Forge Viewer format.