BIM Track is a web-based collaboration platform that empowers your team with better coordination workflows and provides a central hub for all coordination information from design to construction.
With information at your fingertips, you can get access to your data anytime, anywhere, either from a desktop or mobile device. Charts and graphics help understand data and your management performance through precise metrics. We promote Open BIM workflow solutions by supporting IFC (Industry Foundation Classes) and BCF (BIM Collaboration Format).
Duration: 1 hour
User Requirements: You don’t need any previous experience with BIM Track to take this course; however, it does assume a reasonable level of experience with the Windows operating system and some experience with other CAD software.
Recommended Supported Browsers: Internet Explorer 10, Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Maxthon, iOS (iPad 2 and 3), Opera and Safari.
We recommend that you use the most current version of these browsers. Other browsers and some earlier versions of these browsers may be supported – but you may experience some limitations on certain Learning Management System or course functions.
- What is BIM Track?
- Current Coordination Process
- Pain Points
- BIM Track Workflow
- Why Issue Tracking
- Software Integration
- 2D Workflows
- Coordination KPI’s
- API Custom Integrations
- How We Help You Succeed
- BIM Track Value Proposition
- Key Benefits
About the Author
Better coordination, Better buildings
BIM Track® is a web-based communication platform that empowers your team with better coordination workflows. BIM Track® provides a central hub for collaboration from design to construction. With direct integrations information is always at your fingertips, you can get access to your data anytime, anywhere, either from a desktop or mobile device. Powerful analytics help understand issue tracking performance through precise KPIs. We promote OpenBIM workflow solutions by supporting IFC (Industry Foundation Classes) and BCF (BIM Collaboration Format).