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HIVE: The Autodesk-Endorsed AEC Content Management System

From CTC Software

HIVE is an industry leading content management system developed specifically for the AEC industry. Firms can organize, manage, set permissions and ensure the latest content is kept up to date and available for all project participants, even when working remotely. Users can quickly find Revit, AutoCAD, PDF, images, and other file types quickly using libraries, tags, favorites, and file metadata.

Company admins can get performance metrics based on:

  • Account Management
  • Content Browsing
  • Content Analytics
  • Active Model Analytics

Account Management

DESCRIPTION

The account management portal allows company administrators to generate users along with granting access to the HIVE suite. This can be all done through any web browser allowing more flexibility for Company Admins. This also doesn’t require the HIVE application running. With this possibility managing users and adjusting permissions is a lot simpler and easier.

Some key features that are provided is User Management, Group Management, and Active Directory Synchronizer. With managing many users there is multiple options on handling these tasks. Group Management allows you to divide users in your company to specific areas instead of having everyone in each other’s way. Now with Active Directory Synchronizer adding users and managing them into groups is easy simple task that will provide its own value.

 

Content Browsing

DESCRIPTION

Users can quickly pull the exact content they need from HIVE and upload much more efficiently. Which means less time searching and more time being productive. With HIVE’s cloud base ability file sizes and storage sizes are no worries to you.

There are many key features that HIVE offers. Each one has its own distinct and unique purpose. Search and Discover both look for content, but Discover searches use parameters. Saved Searches can be set up to be user based and company based allowing users to pull content even faster. Tags allow you to filter through specific libraries and content in those libraries. Uploading content is as simple as drag and drop or even double-clicking and specifying your piece of content.

     

    Future of HIVE – Project Activity Logger

    DESCRIPTION

    The future of HIVE is incorporating a data analytics logger for projects and content. This will allow you to track projects on how much time users are taking on different sheets, views, schedules and more. PAL will also allow you to track the healthy and stability of your Revit content itself. Tracking all this information with PAL is to not interfere with your users as they are being productive.

    PAL will break down all of this into multiple dashboards to negative through for your ease. Some of the dashboards consist of Company Overview, Project Health, Contributor Dashboard, and Team Dashboard. Each one will come with its own data to measure along with different graphs to view, save and download. There is also filters to even specify a specific area in your model or project.

     

    Dashboards

    The Enterprise Users Dashboard

    This dashboard helps managers quickly understand user activity in HIVE. Knowing where your users are assigned, and how active they are can help managers understand where user training and coaching may need to occur. This can also be a great starting point to understand licensing of HIVE across the firm.

    The Revit Versions Dashboard

    When using Revit as a design app in the firm, it is important to know where updates have been applied and where they have not. Working on Revit models across multiple updates on the same Revit version is asking for project model crashing to manifest. This dashboard can help BIM Managers understand exactly who is using Revit and what version is installed.

    The Project Overview Dashboard

    Insight into corporate projects can assist BIM Managers in decision making. Is there an outlier project that has grown unexpectedly in size? Which models are opening very slowly? Is there a project very close to deadline? Knowing this helps us allocate our time to ensure the BIM environment runs smoothly.

    The Model Performance Dashboard

    When you need to dig deep into project performance issues, the most important things to know immediately is open time, save time and warning counts. After that, we can begin to understand which specific models need attention, and perhaps even what we may need to do. These 3 metrics can be easy early indicators of issues that may occur in a model. Knowing this as a BIM Manager makes it easy to act before the users are sitting stagnant because the model has already crashed.

    The CMS Overview Dashboard

    When managing your libraries, it is a good plan to get a general understanding of who is there. This overview dashboard provides some general numbers about how many libraries, tags, pieces of content and favorites exist in your organization. The other CMS reports provide more insight into these baseline metrics.

    The Search Statistics Dashboard

    How is HIVE being searched? How are users navigating? When are they using the CMS? This dashboard provides all the insights about general searching within the HIVE CMS. Isolate users and see their specific interactions with HIVE. Understanding this can often lead to improvements in content, making the users even more pleased with the browsing experience.

    The Revit Content Dashboard

    How is Revit content spread across your firm? Do we really know how large our family content is, and where it is being used? This dashboard explains just that. Understand version and category breakdowns. Dig into recent models to understand what families have been placed from HIVE and to derive what families have not been placed from HIVE.

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