Top 5 Data Driven Design news this week.

Welcome to the Association of Data-Driven Design roundup. We aim to share a summary of current information and news on Data-Driven Design practices within the construction industry. Please get in touch if you have any ideas, suggestions or have something to share.

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1. Hypar Development

Check out this video of FastPlan and Hypar Design a Health Care Facility. Love the graphical style for this.

2. Revit plugins

12 amazing Revit plugins all BIM Managers should use

Courtesy: Revit Pure

3. TestFit 3.0 add mixed use design

TestFit have “made it easier to subdivide (and merge) sites. This allows users to edit the building typologies on each sub-site, and make the most of each with the power of user-controlled configurators.” 

Courtesy: TestFit

4. IoT data device

One of our subscribers put me onto this device; “The measurable.energy (m.e) Platform offers facilities managers and building occupants with automated power and Greenhouse Gas emissions controls, real-time monitoring and deep data driven action. Creating energy efficient workplaces and inspiring behaviours to positively impact sustainability with our Machine Learning Platform and IoT Power Sockets.”

Courtesy: Measure.Energy

5. Event

Conveyor v3 Preview – Enhanced Rhino-Revit Integrations from Proving Ground on 27th January 2022.

“Conveyor v3 introduces NEW features and workflows to further streamline Rhino-Revit integration. In this webinar, Nathan Miller will discuss the capabilities of Conveyor v3 and how the tools support users of any skill level… no coding or Grasshopper skills required!

Courtesy: ProvingGround

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