Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Weather Station Data Missing in Revit's Project Location Dialog

Recently I wrote about a situation in which the Energy Settings dialog is missing information due to a UI setting in Revit's Options dialog, read that here: Energy Settings Properties Missing.

Today I was doing hands-on Autodesk Insight training in our Minneapolis office and ran into..
another somewhat related oddity. If you have not used any of the Insight tools, that means you have not accepted the extra end user license agreement (EULA) for Insight... in this case the Weather Station data will be missing in the Project Location dialog.

FYI: For more on weather station data in general, check this out: Autodesk Climate Server.
Here is an example of the missing information...

To resolve this issue, click to create an Energy Model, or browse to https://insight360.autodesk.com/oneenergy... in either case you will be prompted to accept the EULA.

Prior to the training today, the head of our Integrative Design Group, Rick Carter FAIA, LEED Fellow, gave a few encouraging words, offering staff continued support in the application of tools like Insight for early stage energy analysis!

Fun stuff!

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