AIA.Editor

Implement parameter specifications easily and safely in your Revit project

GIF AIA.Editor Process example

In a nutshell

You will be supported in the implementation of BIM project specifications EIR (employer information requirements) and BAP (BIM execution plan) in Autodesk Revit©.

For this purpose, a policy file and ideally a shared parameter file is configured. The guideline file maps the requirements per component and their properties.

In this example you can see the machining of a wall in Autodesk© Revit©.

Functions

The AIA.Editor consists of 3 commands.

  1. The AIA.Editor as a dockable palette. Allows you to edit the properties of one or more selected elements in the Revit© model.
  2. The settings are used to assign the policy file, the shared parameter file and an optional parameter for classification.
  3. The Guideliner helps you to edit guidelines or create them completely. This allows you to adapt the external defaults to your project environment.

Where can I find it in Revit©?

You will be supported in the implementation of BIM project specifications EIR (employer information requirements) and BAP (BIM execution plan) in Autodesk Revit©.

For this purpose, a policy file and ideally a shared parameter file is configured. The guideline file maps the requirements per component and their properties.

In this example you can see the machining of a wall in Autodesk© Revit©.

Implement EIR quickly in Revit

Planners and modelers in BIM projects know the challenge: The client specifies information requirements that must be implemented in BIM models. With AIA.Editor you can easily maintain parameter values in a high number of model elements (in). You save time and money, besides the security of not introducing false information into the model.

Fast, easy and secure EIR management

  • More security when transferring information.
  • Easily use, create, and edit policy files.
  • Relieve the planners and modelers in their daily work.

Use AIA.Editor to ensure reliable and error-free model delivery and its information to the builder.

In order to define the parameter values reliably for requirements and quality management, different suppliers offer systems to describe components and their characteristics.
These include,
BIMQ from AEC3 GmbH, BIM-Profile from CAFM-Connect or you have your own office standards (e.g. an Excel list with parameters).

Our interface helps to use these guidelines directly in Revit. With our Revit plugin, the guidelines can be included, revised, and information requirements can be integrated into the model so that specific features and their values can be populated in Revit.

The user is supported to the maximum in filling the parameter values correctly. For the subsequent systems in the BIM process, it does make a difference whether the parameter is called fire resistance class or fire resistance class and the value EI90 or EI-90.

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AIA.Guideliner

A highlight function within the AIA.Editor is the AIA.Guideliner. This allows the planner to create guidelines from scratch. In addition, the different guidelines of the various providers (BIMQ, BIM profiles from CAFMConnect) or Excel guidelines can be imported and edited. This way, the templates can be adapted to your own office standard.

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