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« March 26 Autodesk webcast | Main | Autodesk Vasari - For Building Performance Analysis »

Monday, March 25, 2013


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Andres Alonso

Awesome stuff, I want to see in action the fully automated creation of an Energy Analytical Model (EAM) for complex Geometries and how the export capabilities work in softwares like eQuest (.idf or .inp files creation) Keep the hard work, and very excited!! Just one question, what will happen to Project Vasari?

engr Mirza S

Irs a good software !
i used it, so nice, learning more.i need a good teacher

Emile Kfouri

Andres and Mirza thank you for your enthusiastic response. We look forward to you and all our users working with the new Energy Analytical Model features and providing us feedback. Stay tuned to the blog for more updates.

As for Autodesk Vasari, it is in public beta and we are very pleased with it's popularity in commercial firms and academic institutions, expect more news on Vasari soon.


I love Revit and I think this new analysis tool is a great idea! Also it should be great to offer free courses at technical universities to get many people use it.

Emile Kfouri

Lauri, we all share your enthusiasm about the new features in Revit 2014. I agree that it is important to help university students learn and use Building Performance Analysis tools like Revit and GBS. We have an excellent site dedicated to the topic at http://sustainabilityworkshop.autodesk.com/
Once Revit is released and you have had a chance to try it out, please come back and tell us what you think of it.

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