Italian students get a lesson on Vectorworks and BIM

Posted by Theresa Downs on 3/17/11 7:40 AM  |  1 min read time

VideoCOM, our Vectorworks distributor in Italy, has been busy these days...presenting the Vectorworks software to students and professors in a variety of schools. “Today's students appreciate the features and possibilities offered by integrated CAD and BIM in Vectorworks,” explains Pier Luigi Antonini, president of VideoCOM.

After many years of collaboration with the National Institute "Giovanni Falcone" Loano (SV), this year VideoCOM had a unique opportunity to present Vectorworks to third, fourth, and fifth year students. “We are thankful to professors Marino Gianti and Giovanni Mansuino for coordinating this event and for the warm welcome,” says Pier Luigi Antonini.


VideoCOM’s Vectorworks University Program allows students, teachers and schools to get a free license of Vectorworks Designer. We are proud of our Italian distributor for playing such an important role in the educational community, and we look forward to seeing what these Vectorworkers will accomplish in the future!

To read this story in Italian, please visit VideoCOM's blog.

Topics: BIM (Architecture), News

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