Schindler Escalators & Moving Walks as BIM in DigiPara® Elevatorarchitect

Schindler BIM Elevators Certified Series within DigiPara® Elevatorarchitect

DigiPara® Elevatorarchitect for Autodesk® Revit® 2017 offers architects the perfect BIM workflow. It professionally guides Autodesk® Revit® to the point of reaching an optimal 3D Revit model with the correct size and number of required elevators according to their location.

With DigiPara® Elevatorarchitect you can also import Schindler escalators and moving walks into the architect’s buildings. Just select the escalator series 9300 AE, the inclined moving walks 9500 AE or the inclined and horizontal moving walks 9500, which are all certified by Schindler for DigiPara Elevatorarchitect. They are available for free!

Choose the suitable Schindler escalator or moving walk.

Choose the arrangement.

Import the escalator into your Revit building.

For all models you can choose various arrangements like single, parallel, crisscross or crisscross shift. Please view our short video:

Now architects can choose these escalators and moving walks as 3D BIM via the plugin and insert it into their Revit building and adapt it to their individual requirements. To ensure that you will find the suitable model for your loacation, the sales contacts are available within DigiPara Elevatorarchitect.

Being on the fast track with Schindler Escalators and Moving Walks

The energy-efficent and eco-friendly Schindler 9300 AE is the world’s leading escalator for safe and
reliable passenger transport. The escalator has a maximum rise height of 6 m at a step width of 1000 mm within DigiPara Elevatorarchitect.

The reliable and efficent Schindler 9500 AE inclinded moving walks look really elegant and are ideal for commercial buildings.

Schindler 9500 horizontal moving walk – performance as needed, efficiency as desired. The reliable solution for public transportation.

The Schindler 9300 AE, 9500 AE and 9500 certified series as 3D BIM for DigiPara Elevatorarchitect are available worldwide.

Photos: © Schindler