New program from leading modelling software developer will help architects and designers move from 2D to BIM workflows
3D design and engineering software developer Autodesk released its long-awaited Autodesk Revit LT at the end of September.
Revit LT allows users to design and visualise in 3D, to create photo-realistic renderings and to exchange designs in DWG or RVT file formats.
It is widely expected to assist architects and designers in their transition from 2D workflows to the Building Information Modelling (BIM) process.
The new program is available to purchase as a standalone product or as part of the AutoCAD Revit LT Suite 2013 package.