AMC Bridge’s Revit to Kineo Computes Paths for Moving Objects in Building Model

AMC Bridge’s Revit to Kineo Computes Paths for Moving Objects in Building Model
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WALTHAM, MA, USA, Apr 23, 2019 - Conducting extensive research into the integration of CAD systems with domain-specific libraries, AMC Bridge continues to deliver high-quality solutions for the industry. Our latest Revit to Kineo technology demonstration of interfacing the main Autodesk Revit system with the Siemens Kineo software is developed to present a potential solution to path planning problems.

 

Revit® to Kineo™

 

Using Autodesk Revit to set up a path planning problem within a CAD geometric scene, and using Siemens Kineo to compute a path for moving an object within a building, Revit to Kineo then exports the computed path to Revit and shows its 3D animation. With this technology demonstration, the user can select an object to move and obstacles to bypass, set up the start and end points of the path, compute, modify, or smoothen the path, and visualize the object being moved along the path in a 3D animation.

Watch a short demo video to see the current functionality of the Revit to Kineo technology demonstration.

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About AMC Bridge

AMC Bridge is a vendor of choice for software development services in the areas of computer-aided design, engineering, manufacturing, and construction. Since 1999, we have been delivering solutions for CAD, CAE, CAM, PDM, BIM, and PLM applications. We have participated in the development of commercial software products and custom solutions for the engineering markets based on a variety of platforms, from desktop and web to mobile and cloud. For more information, visit https://www.amcbridge.com.

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