By DE Editors
Bluebeam Software has released its Bluebeam Revu 10 PDF solution in Finnish, Swedish, German, Danish, and Norwegian. The software also includes several new features including real-time collaboration with integrated cloud storage, hyperlink management, space definition, 3D PDF creation and markup to 3D views.
“We challenge ourselves to create solutions that take digital workflows further,” said Bluebeam Software CEO Richard Lee. “Revu 10 is designed to be undefined, allowing our customers to innovate and demonstrate that anything is possible.”
Bluebeam Studio projects is a simple document management system in the cloud that enables users to store and share 5GBs of PDFs and other Windows files for free. Files stored in projects can also be added to Bluebeam Studio sessions for simultaneous review with others. Non-Revu users can access PDFs stored in Studio using Bluebeam’s new free PDF viewer, Bluebeam Vu.
Revu CAD and eXtreme users can now use plugins to Revit and Navisworks Manage to create 3D PDFs, and all Revu users can add markups to 3D views. Together, this functionality allows everyone to communicate complex design changes without requiring access to BIM applications.
Revu’s new hyperlink manager enables users to insert, view and edit hyperlinks quickly. Any time a hyperlink is changed, Revu can update all instances automatically, saving significant time and reducing errors.
Define spaces on PDFs to automatically assign markups to specified areas. When a markup is placed in a defined Space, the location is tracked in the Markups list, which can be sorted, filtered and summarized.
For more information, visit Bluebeam Software.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.