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Workshop: Visualize and process AEC data with Autodesk Forge
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Date: Sept 11th (09:00-13:00)
Adress: Gustav-Meyer-Allee 25 | 13355 Berlin | Building TIB 13b | 5th Floor, R.566
Workshop Lead: Petr Broz, Sr. Developer Advocate, Autodesk Inc.
Title of the Workshop: Visualize and process AEC data with Autodesk Forge
If you are participant of the 31. Forum Bauinformatik or interested in the implementation and use of the Autodesk Forge API, please follow register here 
What is FORGE
The Forge Initiative is dedicated to helping developers, businesses and innovators create the data, apps, experiences, and services that will power the future of making things. The Forge Platform comprises a set of Autodesk cloud services, APIs, and SDKs that are needed to connect all of the steps to design, make and use the next generation of products.
To learn more about Forge, visit http://forge.autodesk.com/ 
Content of the FORGE Workshop:
1. Quick overview of Forge
2. Create a Forge application account
3. Upload a Revit document to the Forge ecosystem
4. Translate the document for viewing
5. Build a simple web application visualizing the document
6. Extract document metadata and customize the viewing experience
- Number of participants: 30-35
- Previous knowledge of the participants
- Basic understanding of:
- Source control (git)
- Server development using Node.js
- REST APIs
- Hardware Requirements:
- Laptop with internet connection
- Software Requirements:
- Coding: Visual Studio Code (link )
- Source control: git (including Bash for Windows users) (link )
- Node.js runtime: Node.js 10.16.3 LTS (link )
- WebGL-enabled browser (Chrome, Firefox, or Edge)
Petr Broz Bio:
Petr is a senior developer advocate at Autodesk. He has been developing some of the company’s web applications and services since 2011, and now he aims to help others build amazing, creative solutions using these tools, especially using Autodesk Forge APIs. Petr’s technical focus areas include everything around web and cloud, 3D graphics, and all kinds of "non-real reality".