Autodesk has released a new series of workflows for Autodesk Construction Cloud that can help users comply with ISO 19650, a global design and construction information management standard.
The new workflows offer a set of tools to define a structured and standardised process for publishing, sharing and storing project information.
Standardisation across the construction industries allows teams to build more efficiently and create stronger collaboration among all project and company stakeholders.
ISO 19650 was introduced to ensure firms meet specific requirements, including standard naming conventions often defined by each country and calls for project data be stored and managed in certain ways.
Dura Vermeer BIM Manager, Gert-Jan Ditsel, said without a standardised document control process, teams waste countless hours looking for the most up-to-date information.
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“A standardised approach is not only a requirement for many projects across Europe, it’s also beneficial for all stakeholders with whom we work – including owners, specialty contractors or architecture and engineering firms,” Ditsel said.
“The new workflows in Autodesk Construction Cloud provide us with the tools needed to comply with ISO 19650 standards, help ensure our naming conventions and data stay consistent and ultimately become more collaborative and efficient.
“Autodesk’s global investments in construction such as by providing us the technology to meet ISO 19650 standards is demonstrative of the company’s commitment to supporting our teams’ needs wherever we’re building.”
Customers can now preview and enforce naming standards, validate the naming standard, identify non-conforming files and place them in a holding area and increase efficiency with integrations.