Integrating Autodesk BIM 360 and Bentley ProjectWise with IMAGINiT Clarity

Streamline the project collaboration process between Autodesk BIM 360 and Bentley ProjectWise with the IMAGINiT Clarity ProjectWise Integration Module.

Easily check-in, copy, download, and transfer files to and from Autodesk BIM360 and Bentley ProjectWise using the following tasks:

(Optional) Task Automation: For Revit files, Clarity can export PDF, DWG, Navisworks and more to deliver updated versions, based on either Published or Live BIM360 models. If delivering native Revit files to ProjectWise, Clarity can perform the following cleanup steps; helpful when sharing models between disciplines.

  • Fix Links
  • Purge
  • Audit Changes
  • Compact
  • Strip Out Model Views

Task ProjectWise Check In: Clarity automatically checks files into ProjectWise, on-demand or scheduled using the post action to move/copy files.

Task ProjectWise Download: Clarity can download the latest versions from ProjectWise by choosing ProjectWise Download under the synchronization section of Tasks.

Task ProjectWise Copy: Clarity creates and sends the following file types either on-demand or scheduled to multiple folders in ProjectWise.

  • PDF
  • DGN
  • DWG
  • DWF
  • FBX
  • GBxml
  • IFC
  • IFC Alternate
  • Navisworks
  • View Images
  • Room Images
  • Family Images

About the Author

Matt Mason

Director of Software Solutions<br><br>Matt manages the Software Products Group - responsible for the definition and development of a variety of web and desktop software products for the AEC and manufacturing industries. He is responsible for the IMAGINiT products including Clarity, Pulse, and the IMAGINiT Utilities.

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