New Platform Promises Collaboration—without the Cloud

For the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industry, the ability to visualize a project is essential. To help with this, ArchVision provides architects and engineers around the world with visualization content and content management solutions for software applications.

Recently, ArchVision CEO and founder Randall Stevens announced a new business that promises to improve workflows and content management for the AEC industry drastically.

Called AVAIL, the new platform aims to streamline how the AEC market accesses and manages building information modeling (BIM)-related content, particularly with a tight integration with Autodesk Revit.

More specifically, the goal is to provide a solution for firms that have multiple offices locations and employees with content spread across multiple networks. Rather than requiring project managers to coordinate linked files manually, which can disrupt the files and existing workflows, AVAIL promises to provide a solution for easily organizing content that is already sitting on a firm’s network—regardless of the size.

Additionally, the platform will reportedly be completely customizable to a firm’s needs and will be content-agnostic for simplifying connections between designers and manufacturers.

Because AVAIL is content-agnostic, users can organize any file from an internal Revit Standards Library to inbound manufacturer content, a visualization group’s materials and textures, a marketing department’s project…

Read more

Leave a Comment