Using Path of Travel and the Occupancy Flow Analyzer
Revit 2020 added some great content in its new update. The path of travel element allows you to analyze travel distances and times between 2 selected points in your model. The CTC BIM Project Suite has the Occupancy Flow Analyzer, which calculates possible paths, distances and calculations. In this blog, ATG Technical Specialist Brian Weeks will show you how you can use both CTC Tools and Revit 2020 to create your project’s Code Analysis.
Create a Path of Travel and Schedule the Path of Travel using Revit 2020
- Calculating the path of travel for code requirement was really annoying. In previous versions of Revit there wasn’t a way to automatically calculate the total length of chain lines. So the Project Manager would often need to measure the line, segment by segment; create a railing/annotation family for the path; or even export the plan to AutoCAD, which could measure Polyline distances.
But now in Revit 2020:
- The new…