Vizerra SA

Revizto

Category: Design Checking / Coordination, Construction Management, Document Management
Works With: Docs, Team
What the Revizto Integration Does
  • View files from BIM 360 inside Revizto
  • Attach BIM 360 documents to issues
  • Link sheets to CDE-hosted PDFs to see the actual version with no need to re-export
  • Make selected documents available offline for on-site work
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Integration Details

The Documents is a brand new section of Revizto app. It provides direct access to project files stored on major CDEs like BIM 360, so users can work with their live documentation seamlessly from inside Revizto.

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Excellent Collaboration Tool
David W. – GE Johnson Construction Company
What do you like best?
Revizto is the one software that actually understands what the design and construction industry needs for efficient and effective coordination and collaboration. They continue to improve their softwar...
Revizto is the one software that actually understands what the design and construction industry needs for efficient and effective coordination and collaboration. They continue to improve their software and support. Revizto's ability to make the connection between the 2D sheets and 3D, allowing a user to overlay sheets with the model, is a feature that I've not seen available in any software. Our teams have use this feature to better understand the drawings, design intent, and better communicate with others. Revizto also allows a direct connection to most autodesk applications. This means that a user can be in their native software, while reviewing outstanding issues, and easily navigate and see where the problem is. This eliminates the extra step of taking screen shots and composing a detailed email or document for communication.
What do you dislike?
The inability to utilize VR on a portable device (iPad or laptop). The model tree, where you load and unload models within Revizto, is buried and isn't as easy to find and understand as I'd hope. There are also some dialog boxes requiring user input when uploading to Revizto that sometimes come up that can be confusing to the average user. The measuring tools are different than most other 3D viewers. While they work, they could be more intuitive. Within issues, you cannot tag people within the comments/chat. Depending on
Recommendations to others considering the product:
Make sure that those utilizing Revizto have a workstation that has a graphics card capabile of running the software smoothly. You don't need a high-end computer, but it is something to consider before implementing to your team. Revizto runs beautifully on an iPad.
What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
Revizto has served as a great solution to assist in tracking coordination issues with a real-time dashboard that anyone can access. This forces more accountability than we've seen in the past. The ability to overlay 2D sheets in 3D is also a favorite by all.
Confusing Software/App
Anonymous
What do you like best?
I have not had a good experience with this software/app so there isn't really anything I like best of this software/app. I can see it being useful but is unsure how.
What do you dislike?
In my experience, the contractors uses this software to do a clash report and sends the report to us but there is no context on where and how to find the clashes they have found using this software/app. As my company does not have this software installed, its difficult to figure out how to find clashes that the contractor has reported. At Autodesk University, they staff that were at the expo booth were not helpful on explaining the uses of the software. I would try to explain what I got and even showed them but I still got a deer in headlights look. It was shown on their demo screen and they still could not explain anything. Someone from the company needs to explain the uses of their software/app better.
Recommendations to others considering the product:
Need more explanation about this software/app before recommending it to others
What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
I see no benefits as I'm so confused on what uses this software/app can do.
Still testing for our workflow, but so far promising
Neal S.
What do you like best?
I like that you can use it in a VR environment. Makes it easy to make and assign marks and keep track of progress. I can use a game controller to a better experience.
What do you dislike?
A little clunky. Does not render quickly. There is a bit of a learning curve to get used to navigating models
Recommendations to others considering the product:
We acknowledge that Revizto is ever growing and changing. We know that they are taking feedback from every user directly. Any comments have already been sent to Revizto.
What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
We are testing to implement it into a workflow or if a client would like to use it. We are also testing to see benefits for rending design ideas.
About Vizerra SA

Revizto is created by Vizerra SA and began developing real-time issue tracker for the AEC industry in 2008. The focus of Revizto is to provide a BIM collaboration platform for 3D and 2D workflows that enables users to work and communicate with all project stakeholders in a unified environment.