Autodesk Sharpens Its Value Offering For Building Operators By Introducing Tandem Digital Twin Software
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In November 2020, Autodesk, an architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) software provider, announced the future availability of Autodesk Tandem, a digital twin platform that centralizes data from building design to operations. Expanding on a building information modelling (BIM) foundation, professional teams can use Autodesk Tandem to create a digital twin of a new development in a format optimized for use by future owners and operators. The aim is to improve the sharing of data from the construct to operate phase, providing building managers with accessible and insightful data, which improves operations. This report provides real estate, construction and facilities executives with an analysis of Autodesk Tandem and the most value-adding use cases. It is part of a series that supports the digitization journeys of real estate and facilities executives.
Table of contentsAutodesk Tandem Provides Building Owners With A Construction Twin Ready For Operations
Autodesk Is At The Forefront Of Supplying Software To The AEC Industry
Autodesk Tandem Will Provide Building Operators With A Solid Foundation For Generating A Comprehensive Digital Twin
Autodesk Tandem Will Offer Building Managers Multiple Paths To Added Value In Operations