Sam Nseir is a designated support specialist in our Worldwide Field Operations team.
A while back, Sam created some sample code with Autodesk Forge that I blogged about:
Recently, a question came in regarding that code:
I saw your post regarding reading BIM 360 usage into Forge. From the Forge side, this looks relatively straightforward. What I am wondering is what data fields can you extract from BIM 360 using this method? It would be good to know what we are getting before starting the process.
Sam was swift to reply:
For each company, the following field should be available in the export:
You can find this under the “Get Companies” call documentation. If you are interested in this workflow, I recommend checking my article Integrate BIM 360 data with PowerBI using R.
Asked and answered — it's just that simple.
Steve McCroskey: What do you make of this, Johnny?
Johnny: I can make a hat, a brooch, or a pterodactyl...
— Airplane the movie (link)
Actually, with Autodesk, you can make anything.
If you want to investigate some of Sam's sample code, please see:
- Export BIM 360 Company Data via Autodesk Forge
- Export BIM 360 Project Data via Autodesk Forge
- Integrate BIM 360 data with PowerBI using R
If you have questions, you can reach Sam at [email protected].
Forge programming is alive in the lab.