In the integration to Autodesk® Revit® 2020, you can classify all elements and building objects with a specific standard, such as CCS, BIM7AA, and SfB or other available standards. You can manage types directly in the Revit model and automatically check multiple Revit files across projects.
The integration with Autodesk® Revit® 2020 is live data with the spine project in the portal and therefore all data is always updated and synchronized with all the Revit model files attached to the project and the spine Portal.
This Integration adds an extra ribbon with features to add classification and identification, as well as to manage parameters and Revit Families. Simply, select a class, select Revit objects, and add the classes.
Add properties based on international standardized structures (like IFC, Cobie, etc.) with the right parameter definitions. This secures excellent project collaboration and the best exchange of information.
Spine was born with CCS as the core standard. CCS is based on international standards:
CCS is a common language and common method for structuring data
|ISO 12006-2:2015||Framework for classification|
|ISO 704:2009||Terminology work|
|ISO 22274:2013||Aspects for developing classification systems|
|IEC/ISO 81346-1:2009||Structuring principles and reference designations|
|IEC/ISO 81346-2:2009||Classification of objects and codes for classes|
|buildingSMART||IFC properties and property sets|
BIM7AA is now a core standard in Spine
Four new features with release 3.0
BIM7AA Type Coding:
BIM7AA is now a native standard in Spine. This makes it possible to work with projects solely using BIM7AA, but still leveraging the benefits of mapping to other standards and using standardized properties like in CCS projects.
Use multiple IDs in the same project:
Many projects are often a mix of different standards. With this enhancement, Spine lets you work with both CCS and BIM7AA Type ID at the same time, ensuring consistency and automatic numbering.
Add multiple classifications at once in Revit:
At handover, the required Classification for Maintenance and Operation is often different from the Classification used in design and construction. With Spine for Revit, it is possible to add multiple classifications at once, and you can easily navigate from the ones you are already familiar with.
Brand new Management interface:
Managing Properties and Parameters within a project are often a big struggle for a BIM Manager. With the new Management interface, it has become even easier to overcome this critical task.
Spine allows all participants to work together, coordinate and synchronize your BIM Project with all object properties and manage the entire project information in the cloud, from any location, any standard and across the entire project team.