GRAPHISOFT has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with buildingSMART Korea to develop BIM efforts in Korea.
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SketchUP 2015 has arrived. Two releases in one year, yikes! With more IFC capabilities AND 64-bit support this is a HUGE update, arguably the biggest yet. 64-bit means all the RAM you want. So one of the big downfalls of SketchUp (slowness due to large models) might have just vanished overnight.
Have you and all your collaborators watched this video about OpenBIM and why the AEC industry needs to change? I’m going to guess no.
Nemetschek gobbles up Bluebeam Software, and there was much rejoicing. It’s nice to see Trimble and Autodesk aren’t the only ones adding to their portfolio. Viva OpenBIM!
Do you know how to add IFC Properties to any 3D element in ArchiCAD? You should. Here are two short videos that will show you how.
“BIM innovation has been shifting from adding new features to introducing innovative new workflows — this is exactly what ArchiCAD 18 offers end-users”
What does it mean that SketchUp Pro 2014 can now attach IFC (and other) data to elements? It means SketchUp is now BIM. This is big news.
Data Design System (DDS) offers CAD software solutions for intelligent building planning Strengthening market position for Building Information Modeling (BIM) Expansion of solution portfolio in the building process Munich, November 12, 2013 – Nemetschek AG (ISIN 0006452907) announced today to acquire Data Design System ASA, based in Norway. The leading …
The little BIM program that could: GRAPHISOFT ArchiCAD Receives IFC Coordination View 2.0 Import Certification
If you haven’t discovered ArchiCAD Favorites, you haven’t discovered BIM That title might seem a bit extreme, but it probably got your attention. Having personally used ArchiCAD for over 12 years and spent the last 12 months really trying to understand what we need to deliver in terms of wider …
Jared’s Note: I learned about this today via an e-mail list I’m on and thought I should share. By the way, the fortune is from a cookie I got last summer in Boston. For the record the cookie is wrong. The nice thing about standards are that they make communication …
When I was writing yesterday’s post, which asked the question “Do you love your BIM software too much?“, I had in the back of my mind an article I recently read. But I couldn’t find it. Which is for the best because that post took a turn in a different …