Revit is the foundational toll that allows us to maintain a single source of truth. It's the living breathing database of your design. It's a documentation tool, and a design tool. Check out what's new in Revit 2023!
Here's a list of the key new features:
Go-to modeling and documentation tools are expanded and fine-tuned.
The new Revit 2023 is packed with improvements that target everyday design to documentation workflows. Tools like filter by sheet in schedules, for one, is a solid addition for ensuring the right data winds up in the documentation sets. Furthermore, schedules continue to get built out, with conditional formatting added to key schedules for families and types, an enhancement sourced from the Revit community. There are also new features to control the display and tagging of displaced elements, bringing more clarity to complex annotations. View filters, more cuttable categories, and a new Measure in 3D tool are in Revit 2023 and mark the well-rounded advancement of Revit as a professional-grade, design-to-documentation workhorse.
More flexibility and control for structural engineers with revamped analytical modeling.
Revit 2023 is a more complete toolset for the structural engineer and detailer. It is possible to model in context in 2D and 3D views to define design intent autonomously from the physical model , or start with a parametric, “analysis-first” approach to develop the analytical model from the engineering requirements for buildings, roofing structures, pavilions, stairs, and beyond. With more automation for your steel connection libraries and many improvements for rebar, including adaptive placement and better visualization.
Plan-based load analysis for electrical engineers is a time saver in a project’s early stages.
A new electrical analysis workflow introduced in Revit 2023 is designed to use linked DWGs, PDFs, or Revit models as the basis for load takeoffs within Revit. These load takeoffs, along with new capabilities to conceptually define electrical system elements, allow you to determine preliminary building load and load on main equipment components directly within the Revit environment.
Finer data fidelity, from form-making to documentation, with 3D Sketch in Revit and FormIt Pro.
The FormIt Pro to Revit 3D Sketch workflow connects free-hand and computational form-making in FormIt Pro to the brass tacks of design development and documentation in Revit.
BIM data unleashed, with Revit 2023 and Autodesk Docs.
Revit 2023 showcases new ways to manage and share data, with Data Exchanges in Autodesk Docs. Two workflows debut with Revit 2023: an architecture to fabrication workflow between Revit and Inventor, and coming soon, a Revit to Microsoft Power Automate connection that brings design data to business process automation within the Microsoft ecosystem of applications. These new workflows, along with the introduction of the Revit Parameter Service in technology preview, pave the way to more effective, timely, and secure data management with the AEC Collection.
Check out a fresh look and feel for Generative Design, Dynamo Player, and Dynamo 2.13.
A visual refresh drives consistency across Generative Design and Dynamo Player, intended to make both new and experienced computational designers more successful. Interface modernizations for Generative Design and Dynamo Player include sliders, numeric entry boxes, more in-menu descriptions, and easier to find product help and support. For Dynamo 2.13, updated details abound, including upgrades for Groups, scroll-over actions for Wires, and the ability to pin, watch, and organize nodes and graphs.
Feel free to call our Autodesk Expert at 866 362 8970 ext. to find out more about Revit 2023 or to request a quote.