Autodesk Data Connector for Power BI, Early Access

Autodesk Data Connector for Power BI, Early Access



Power BI connector allows you to load Data Exchanges that are created and shared by other Autodesk® and non-Autodesk applications, including custom enterprise applications, such as Autodesk® Revit®, Rhino, Power Automate, Grasshopper, Dynamo, Tekla, and Autodesk® Civil 3D®. You can visualize the granular level of your design data in a neutral format with different stakeholders, projects, and applications to create interoperable and collaborative workflows.


This application is currently supported only on the Windows operating system. 


Please go through the documentation for the Power BI connector to get up to speed with loading exchanges in Power BI.



This app uses 3-legged Authentication and Autodesk PAT for accessing Autodesk Construction Cloud® Accounts and projects for loading exchanges.  


Transparency Notice:

You may be sharing sensitive information, so make sure you trust the third party you are sharing it with. You can choose to revoke access at any time in your ACC Account settings. However, once you share the data, revoking access will not delete or inhibit access to data if it was earlier copied, transferred, or otherwise shared or published. If You do not want others to have any such access or any of those rights, do not use the data exchange feature.

Informationen zu dieser Version

Version 2.0.1, 07.05.2024
1. Added support for the 3D viewer 2. Added support for colors in the visualizations 3. Removed option to load AECDM 4. Added support for Unit Selection 5. Added support for AECDM - based Data Exchanges in addition to normal Data Exchanges 

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  • cannot find teh connector on Power bi after installation
    Arsanious Abtnago | Januar 11, 2024

    after installing the conncetor , i can see it in the installed software list but cannot find it on power BI 


    Nauman Mysorewala | Februar 13, 2024

    Hi I would recommend 1. Update to the latest version of the Addin 2. Review the help docs at ; 3. In Power BI, you will need to select Get Data, and under Other, you will find the Autodesk Data Exchange connector. ; 3a. Make sure to add the URL to your project. 4. To add the graphic, you will need to use a custom visual and load it from the file.

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