AutoCAD Plant 3D projects with multiple users, until now, have been configured on a company server in a networked environment. As long as all designers were physically located in the same location, that was ok. When a project was in one location, and users were working remotely, a VPN was required to access it, or a remote desktop application was also needed. Unfortunately, Plant 3D is not designed to work that way effectively. Remote users experienced lengthy delays and latency issues, no matter how fast the Internet connection. You need a tool that will enable true collaboration with Plant 3D. The solution is BIM 360.
What will be covered:
- A brief review of traditional methods and issues
- Comparison between the traditional and new methods
- Requirements for Plant 3D Collaboration
- Getting started with a project in BIM 360