With this short blog we aim to help you with getting the most out of BIMcollab ZOOM, regarding the usage, placing, visibility and functionality of the section planes in BIMcollab ZOOM. There are a lot of easy tricks with shortcuts. In this blog we will show you the most important shortcuts for BIMcollab ZOOM to save you a lot of time.
One of the biggest advantages of managing issues in BIMcollab Cloud is that all team members have direct access to the current status of your project. Simply log in and all issue data is readily available as issue and activity lists as well as in various forms of graphs.
In the AEC industry we tend to rely on visual communication to share our ideas and designs. People strive to create that perfect image. Far less effort is often put into the visuals used to communicate the issues found while evaluating our BIM models. Although there is no one-size-fits-all solution for creating the perfect viewpoint, there are some tips we can share which should help you get close.
Are you tired of not being able to find field clashes or Scan-to-BIM models that do not match the existing conditions exactly? And what about tracking all of these tedious issues? An interesting solution can be found in the combination BIM & Scan® AutoCorr™ and BIMcollab ZOOM, as they are perfect for automatically identifying issues and sharing these with other members of your project team via issue management.
When managing a project, you will need to deal with issues which will come up. These issues can originate from anywhere such while performing a visual inspection in a model viewer like BIMcollab ZOOM or a clash detected using a model checker such as Navisworks or Solibri. You will need a way to make sure that each of these issues has been assigned, has been addressed and when necessary solved.
Is this the most recent list? Have all issues been identified and followed up on? Has another clash been run? Has the status changed? As a BIM manager or BIM coordinator it is crucial to have a grip on your project. Yet in practice, multiple separate worksheets (often Excel spreadsheets) are commonly used to exchange issues. This is why worksheets don't work.