BIM 360 is a construction management software tool built by Autodesk. It’s used by construction management teams to manage all phases of project delivery, from design through construction, in the field and in the office. BIM 360 acts as a central repository of collaboration, documentation, and BIM coordination across teams at each stage of a project’s lifecycle.
Drone mapping tools like 3DR Site Scan integrate directly with BIM 360 to track and share reality capture data on site with project teams and stakeholders, who can then annotate, download, and use this data for further analysis.
Earthworks is the process of engineering involving excavation (cut) and movement (fill) of soils and rock for the purpose of grading a site. Drone software platforms enhance traditional earthwork processes by making it easier to collect, analyze, and share topography and volumetric data.
Revit is an Autodesk computer-aided design (CAD) software tool used for building information modeling (BIM) by design-build construction teams.
Navisworks is an Autodesk software tool used to manage, combine, and review various 3D model files.