Axis camera families now available through Autodesk seek

Axis Camera Families, the 3D camera models for Autodesk Revit users, are now available through Autodesk Seek, one of the most widely used building information modeling (BIM) web services in the market.

Axis also launched the Axis Camera View add-in for Autodesk Revit, giving architects, engineers and security system designers a quick way to create 3D views from the security camera’s point of view from inside their CAD designs.With access to Axis’ portfolio of security cameras at their fingertips, architects, engineers and security system designers are able to interactively visualize camera layouts and fields of view during the design.

Nicolas Mangon, Senior Director, AEC Industry and Business Strategy, at Autodesk said: “Building Information Modeling is the established industry standard process for designing, visualizing, and simulating buildings in 3D before they are constructed. Autodesk Seek is a widely used and well-known source for BIM models, which can be accessed directly within the design workflow of AutoCAD and Revit users.”

With the new Axis Camera View add-in for Revit, users can quickly get a 3D view of their CAD design, as seen through the lens of the Axis camera.

“Making Axis Camera Families available on Autodesk Seek means architects and engineers can now easily access a tool that helps them improve planning and work more efficiently. This will result in more effective value engineering, device placement, conflict identification and aesthetic coordination” said Peter Friberg, Director of System and Services at Axis Communications.

Axis Camera Families for Autodesk Revit includes the vast majority of Axis Network Cameras, is available free of charge and can be found via the following links at Autodesk Seek and Axis website.

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