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Reduce construction risks and assess and validate design accuracy with AutodeskВ® NavisworksВ® Manage software for design simulation and validation testing, which builds on the core functionality in AutodeskВ® NavisworksВ® Simulate software. Navisworks Manage can enable you to:

- Analyze the spatial complexity of multidisciplinary projects.
- Identify clashes and interferences digitally, before they become problems onsite.
- Report and track identified problems through resolution.


Model File & Data Aggregation Combine project data into a single model for whole-project review.
Real-Time Navigation Examine the project model from every angle.
Review Toolkit Review 3D projects regardless of file size or format.
Collaboration Toolkit Facilitate easier project reviews.
NWD & 3D DWFв„ў Publishing Publish the project to an easily distributed compressed file.
4D Scheduling Link model data to project schedules to plan project activities.
Photorealistic Visualization Create realistic images and animations to improve understanding.
Clash & Interference Detection Find clashes and interferences before building begins.

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