Design Coordination

Design Data Management

Design Coordination is the most important aspect of a Building Design as models from multiple users from various software packages have to be coordinated in real-time and checked for clashes and issues. CloudBLM allows users to coordinate various project models using the Model Viewer, create coordination sets accordingly and run clashes with same directly in Navisworks. The said clashes can also be posted back to CloudBLM as issues and tracked. Once the federated model is ready, the same can be used for further Project Management and can also be exported as an IFC to share with other BIM collaborators.

    Key Modules
  • Navisworks Integration
  • Clash Management
  • Federated Model Viewer
  • Cloudbased Model Coordination
  • IFC Import / Export

Federated Model Viewer

Key Highlights

  • A truly coordinated 3D viewing experience of models resourced from various design software platforms

Cloudbased Model Coordination

Key Highlights 

  • A unified design review and coordination platform which enables project team to work efficiently 

IFC Import / Export 

Key Features 

  • CloudBLM enables bi-directional support for Importing IFC file into the model directory and export of federated models as IFC  

Clash Management

Key Features 

  • Using CloudBLM Clash Finder, easily generate clashes and create real-time Issues/ RFI

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Who creates a Project?

Who creates a Sub Project?

Sub Project is created by a Project Admin. A Project Admin can create as many Sub Projects as required. Sub project is a logical partition of the project, since a project will have multiple consultants for different disciplines (Arch/Struc/MEP/Landscaping etc.).

What are the Key features of Project and Sub Project Management?

The key features of Project and Sub Project Management are Planning, tracking and analysing model and other data information to improve productivity in the world of Building Lifecycle Management.

What is the benefit of publishing the design data to CloudBLM?

The true value of BIM can only be realized when it is taken beyond the design team – to subcontractors, the owner and facility manager. Providing access to the model and allowing them to contribute and link other information would increase the transparency and will help the field engineers from last minute design related hassles and confusions.

What information can I publish from Native Software to CloudBLM?

While publishing the model to a project, the entire project information gets transported to the CloudBLM platform which consists of viewables and element information.

What type of models can I convert?

Any model type such as Furniture, Lighting, HVAC, MEP Elements, Structural or Architectural components can be converted.

What file types are supported?

Currently, all Revit Family (.rfa) and project (.rvt) files are supported.

Will the properties and hierarchy be transferred?

You can export including the part properties, colors as well as all geometries. There will be no loss in any meta data. The hierarchy will be maintained.