“This Autodesk University 2011 class covers how to integrate GreenBIM as a part of your workflow and sustainable design development. Asbjørn Levring and Daniel Nielsen from the Danish Technological Institute discuss how to develop a schematic design strategy and predefined workflow with tools like Project Vasari, Ecotect Analysis, Revit Architecture, DesignBuilder, RADIANCE, and DAYSIM. Through case studies they present an integrated workflow using multiple applications and show how to gain instant feedback on visual, acoustic, and thermal comfort. The class provides an overview of tools and strategies for efficient sustainable design development as well as a process and integration of different tools and level of model detailing. This approach was developed from real-life practice and experience. This workflow will help you to gain expert knowledge on process and tools from site analysis to detailed optimization and validation of your building project.”
To learn more on this amazing class and download the presentation and handout you can find this presentation featured at the Autodesk University website (signup and login required). More information (mostly in Danish though) is available at the authors blog GrønBIM (http://gronbim.blogspot.com/)