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Thursday, August 7, 2008

Announcing Autocad Revit Architecture 2009.1 now including Autocad Architecture and Autocad.


You're never going to believe this, but Autodesk is now bundling AutoCAD Architecture (ADT) with Revit Architecture.

No more having to decide whether you want AutoCAD Architecture or Revit Architecture.
You can now have both. If you have Autocad Architecture, you can now crossgrade to Revit and keep your AA and now have to downgrade to AutoCAD in the bundle.

One License, One Subscription Fee. No more Revit-UP promos.
This will allow customer to migrate to Revit and get the value of BIM without affecting your workload. If you're not on subscription, this is a huge reason to get it now. Call me if you're in Florida and I'll answer any pricing questions.

So, this will let you transition from AutoCAD or AutoCAD Architecture to Revit Architecture and keep your existing software so you can:

  • Gain the powerful competitive advantage of BIM using Revit Architecture
  • While supporting ongoing or legacy work in AutoCAD or AutoCAD Architecture
  • Transition to BIM with the flexibility of being able to choose the right tool for the job.
If you're on subscription, you will automatically receive AutoCAD Architecture when Autodesk starts shipping in Mid-September

You will receive 4 discs in the 2009.1 release.

Click here for the Autodesk Customer Q&A PDF
And here, thanks to rmejia, an Augi user is the Augi forum posting about it all.
Here's the Autodesk Forum posting as well...
AutoCAD Architecture will still be available as a standalone product.

We still haven't heard anything about 64bit Revit yet.....

visit www.autodesk.com/architecture-webcasts for some great webcasts about migrating to BIM.

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Robin Capper August 8, 2008 at 3:57 AM  

It's something I've been requesting since Autodesk acquired Revit, but is this a global or regional policy?

Gregory Arkin August 8, 2008 at 7:29 AM  

It's available worldwide, but only in English.

Robin Capper August 9, 2008 at 3:18 AM  

Thanks Greg.

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