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LEVERAGE REVIZTO 
FOR EFFECTIVE CLASH COORDINATION

Easily view, manage, and resolve clashes from Navisworks and Solibri then communicate and mark-up using Revizto’s real time Issue Tracker.

Revizto’s powerful coordination tools for managing clash detection provides you with ease of use in a platform accessible from both desktop and mobile devices. Leveraging these tools, you can import your clash detection from Navisworks and Solibri, and access them in a more intuitive, streamlined environment to better view, manage, communicate, and resolve these issues while reducing time and manual effort.

The benefits of moving clash detection issues into Revizto:

Improve productivity by eliminating the manual work behind creating viewpoints, distributing them, and tracking the progress of issues. 

Reporting is completely automated for clash detection results and takes seconds to generate and deliver. This not only reduces man hours spent on cultivating the reports and delivering them, but also ensures the reports are always up to date. 

Revizto directly integrates with most popular authoring tools and all of Autodesk’s AEC suites. This closes the workflow and allows design teams to be able to directly locate the clashes using Revizto’s ability to create issue-based views in Revit, AutoCAD, Navisworks as well as navigate directly to sheets.

Many more members have access to the BIM data of a project than ever before, especially when a clash workflow is in place. 

The ability to search the history of clash detection issues becomes much less painstaking as all clash detection issues are documented from discovery to resolution in a single location and are easily retrievable for review and/or redistribution. 

The users can solve the issues and do so in an environment separate but directly tied to your federated model and clash detection software. Their resolutions can then be retested and the issues synchronized back to Revizto, creating a cyclical workflow until all project issues are resolved.

4 easy steps of work with clashes and clash groups from Navisworks and Solibri:

Revizto workflow with clashes and clash groups from Navisworks

Run Navisworks  Clash Detection

Export clashes from Navisworks directly to Revizto using plugin

Open clashes in Revizto and assign them

Users double-click on the issue to open the instance in the native program and solve them

Make BIM Clash Detection in Solibri and save them in BCF

Open Revizto, import BCF and assign clashes as issues

Assignees by double-click on an issue open it in native program and fix 

“Update BCF” in Revizto and get the updated issues in Solibri

Revizto workflow with clashes from Solibri

Revizto tackles organizing, distributing and collaborating on clash detection in a way that has long been a problem with the process. 

Contact us to learn how you can create a more effective workflow around the BIM clash detection process.

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Revizto solves the following problems:

Problem of disjointed communication during clash coordination

Disjointed communication

Problem of information silos during clash coordination

Information 
silos

Labor-intensive reporting methods during clash detection and coordination

Labor-intensive reporting methods

The maintenance involved with purging clash results of unwanted items and false positives

Maintenance related to purging clash results

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Clash from Navisworks in Revizto