Autodesk offers free access to BIM 360 Design for customers working remotely
Autodesk has introduced a special Extended Access Program for several of their cloud collaboration products, in a bid to help customers working from home.
With a large percentage of the workforce no longer in the office and with increased difficulty connecting with peers from home, Autodesk believes the offer will provide considerable relief to users of Revit.
In particular, the program gives free access (commercial purposes) to Autodesk’s cloud-based Revit collaboration tool, BIM 360 Design until the end of next month and is available to both new customers and existing ones. BIM 360 is used by AEC teams all over the world to collaborate in real-time, within their company and with other companies and disciplines.
To ensure users are getting the most out of this program, including best practices and how to work remotely in Revit, Autodesk has also created several resources to help support their customers:
- Staying connected with BIM 360 Design
- Best practices for working remotely with BIM 360 Design
- Working remotely in Revit
With the latest update on Revit, which was released on April 8th, includes upgrades, continuous improvements to core features, and exciting new functionality. Make sure you are taking full advantage of all that Autodesk has to offer. Check out what’s new in Revit 2021 here.
Learn more or sign up, for the Extended Access Program here.