Thursday, February 16, 2012

Clarity for Revit Server

Joe wrote a post on the IMAGINiT blog last night regarding a new product that I first heard rumors about at Autodesk University 2011. It says in the post that there will be a demo at BIM Spectrum today (It's a virtual event so you can attend - 10:30 AM - 5:00 PM EST).

Here's the text of the post...

Clarity for Autodesk Revit Server
Well, it's out now... what started as an idea and grew into something that captured all sorts of attention at Autodesk University has now become a real offering from IMAGINiT!

As is mentioned on our Clarity news release:

IMAGINiT Technologies has released IMAGINiT Clarity for Autodesk® Revit® Server. This web-based solution from the same IMAGINiT software development team who created Scan to BIM was built specifically to enhance the Autodesk Revit Server platform. IMAGINiT Clarity allows team members and external partners to share one centrally located BIM model securely from multiple locations.

It's first public presentation will be at BIM Spectrum tomorrow, and more information from our news release can be found for your viewing pleasure here

The full product page with even more information can be found here

This is the video embedded on their site. I heard nice things about it at AU...looking forward to learning more about it.

1 comment:

Green BIM said...

IMAGINiT Clarity looks good. Do you know if you have to have a Revit Server?

We've been using BIM Servers from Green BIM to avoid slow and patchy collaboration speeds we got on Revit Server. The BIM Servers enable multiple people in different geographical locations to work synchronistically within the same files live. They use our existing infrastructure and our outside teams don't require risky VPN tunnels into our network. Plus the data storage devices are the ones that connect to the BIM Server, so we are all working from our local network at local speeds.

It would be great if this installed on our file server and worked directly with our Revit file that way.