Naviate Electrical

Revit with Naviate Electrical allows you to work collaboratively and optimally in a building information modeling (BIM) environment. Electrical designs can be created simultaneously in both 3D and 2D, a big advantage when satisfying increasing demands and mandates for BIM delivery.

Customised for electrical engineers

Using Naviate Electrical with Revit, you can collaborate and work efficiently in a Building Information Modeling (BIM) setting. It's completely integrated with the Revit interface, so you can take full advantage of Revit's familiar workflows. This means you'll quickly get the hang of Naviate Electrical, making your work faster and more effective.

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Naviate Electrical comes with templates that include all the basic local settings you need, so you can jump right into new projects without any delay. It has a wide range of objects (Revit families) with symbols that follow local standards, which makes documenting your work easier and more efficient. While these symbols appear in 2D, each symbol is linked to a 3D object with all the essential technical details. This dual capability lets you work on electrical designs in both 3D and 2D at the same time. It's a huge plus, especially with the growing requirements for BIM delivery.

Full support for collaboration

Naviate Electrical maximizes BIM's teamwork potential. It streamlines how functions and symbols work together in the module, and also how it connects with other Naviate modules. Plus, it smoothly coordinates with various project disciplines.

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