Revit® Files for Crestron Products Now Available on Autodesk® Seek Website
Posted on Thursday, October 9, 2014
system designers to easily integrate Crestron lighting control products into
October 8, 2014 ? It just got easier for architects, lighting
designers, and engineers to incorporate Crestron products in their system
designs. Crestron today announced that all-new Revit® files are now
available on the Autodesk Seek website for many of its lighting
control products including sensors, dimming and switching enclosures, and touch
The new files are built to be easily incorporated into designs, enabling
specifiers to work faster and with more accuracy. Another benefit of the new
designs is the inclusion of more detail and information. For example, the Revit
files for Crestron occupancy and photo sensors provide 3-dimensional, volumetric
coverage patterns to allow accurate placement and face-based hosting.
Making life easier
for lighting specifiers
“We understand the design challenges inherent in every project, from a basic
single-room switching solution to lighting systems that incorporate various
technologies, depending on the space or code requirements,” said Brian Daley,
Crestron Vice President Sales, Commercial Lighting. “Our goal is to make life
easier for lighting specifiers with user-friendly tools and design services to
put systems together quickly.”
More file formats
The popular Autodesk Revit Architecture building design software enables
architectural, design, and engineering firms to collaborate on projects using
Building Information Modeling (BIM). To ensure Crestron products are accurately
integrated into architectural drawings throughout all phases of design and
construction, Autodesk Seek provides Revit, DWG™, and BIM files for
active design sessions in Autodesk Revit and AutoCAD® software.
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