This will be the first post of many but I am looking for some quick input on this to see if my project idea can progress.
Basically, I am looking to create a 3D built environment in Revit to allow navigation of an Autonomous Intelligent Vehicle (AIV) around the defined space.
My first stage of this project will be to use just AutoCAD 2D layouts along with an AIV and camera for navigation.
My next stage then is to take a basic Revit model of a typical rectangular room with benches etc. in the space. I want to then create a plan view of that space in Revit and use Dynamo (or similar software) to extract the internal boundaries of the space and export this to a 2D AutoCAD layout. The heights of the walls etc do not matter as I just want a basic 2D layout to begin with (i.e. anything 100mm or above can be ignored for now).
Is it possible to use Dynamo scripts to extract this information and to input into AutoCAD, or is this just not possible? I`m trying to figure this out asap so as I can know if I need to take a different route to obtain the same end result.
Any input would be greatly appreciated.
If any of this is unclear or more information is required I am happy to do so.
Thanks for your help in advance.