Author Archives: Marco Mirandola

bcpToolkit #19

With this year, we started a LOAD initiative. On our new website, launched recently with the release of the 2019 products, LOAD has become one of our 3 pillars (LOAD-ENHANCE-CONNECT). We want to make loading data into Vault much easier, … Continue reading

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Connecting Vault with Fusion Lifecycle

The short answer is YES, and later in this post we described how we connect Vault with Fusion Lifecycle. For the longer answer, there are some topics we need to cover. We believe that CAD data shall be managed locally … Continue reading

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Vote for AU Las Vegas classes

Whether you’re going to AU Las Vegas or not, you can and should vote for the classes. Here is the link http://au.autodesk.com/speaker-resource-center/call-for-proposals/voting. As you know, we are Data Management guys, so we would love if you could especially give a … Continue reading

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Load – Enhance – Connect

Over the past years, we developed products and technologies that made your Autodesk Data Management projects even more successful. We touched different topics and build products, technologies and services around it. The result of our work can be summarized in … Continue reading

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#19 version available

Over the past couple of months we have been a bit quiet, and I’d like to apologise for that. We have been busy working on several topics, which we will present in the next weeks and months. Today we proudly … Continue reading

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Couple of updates

Last week, we released new versions of powerVault, powerJobs and powerEvents. While the changes on powerVault are smaller bug fixes, and here you can find the details, for powerJobs there is an interesting improvement related to the Inventor project file. … Continue reading

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Complete your Vault data

This topic came up quite frequently in the last months. You have your data in Vault, but for which ever reason, there is still other data outside of Vault that shall be added to existing Vault files, folders, items, or … Continue reading

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