As part of our continued dedication to better serve designers, we just released Service Pack 3 for the Vectorworks 2017 software line. The updates include plenty of productivity and performance enhancements to improve your workflows.
Topics: Architecture, Dr. Biplab Sarkar, DWG, Entertainment, Gaspar Potcnik, Open BIM, previsualization, rendering, Service Pack 3, SP3, VBvisual, Vectorworks Architect, Vectorworks Designer, Vectorworks Spotlight, Vision 2017, 3D, 3D connexion, 3D mouse, BIM, CEO Dr. Biplab Sarkar, IFC, IFC Data Mapping, Landscape, Uncategorized, Vectorworks 2017, Vectorworks Landmark
For many architecture students around the world, there is no chapter in their textbooks that describes how to execute a BIM workflow. Much of the information that they receive comes from different sources and can even be contradictory. That’s why Carlo Galatioto, a recent graduate student from the Bern University of Applied Sciences in Switzerland with no experience with in-depth BIM workflows, decided to break the mold, using his final thesis as an opportunity to explore the practical use of BIM.
Topics: Education, Open BIM, Solibri, Solibri Model Checker, Vectorworks Architect, 3D Modeling, Bern University of Applied Sciences, BIM, Carlos Galatioto, Community, data exchange, IFC, IFC export, inspiration
As part of our efforts to help designers increase productivity through Building Information Modeling (BIM) workflows, we are excited to announce a new partnership with Datacubist Oy, the creators of simplebim, Now, designers who use Vectorworks Architect can export their IFC-STP files and import them into the simplebim application to trim unnecessary data, as well as validate, edit, and add non-geometric data directly within the IFC file. Simplebim is a BIM software platform that enhances IFC data exchange between AECO professionals.
Topics: IESVE for Engineers, Journal for the National Institute of Building Sci, Mark Flamer, Nemetschek Scia, Open BIM, Scia Engineer, Solibri Model Checker, Vectorworks Architect, 3D Modeling, Arboleda Project, Big BIM, BIM, Case Study, DDS-CAD, GIS, IFC, Industry Foundation Classes, Jeff Server, Little BIM, Nemetschek Vectorworks, Synchro Professional, Vectorworks software
BuildingSMART International, a non-profit organization that promotes and supports the use of Open BIM standards for AEC industries, is accepting submissions for its inaugural Business Gain Through Open Technology award. Entries, due August 31, must demonstrate how using Open BIM standards improves interoperability and offers major business gains to all participants involved in the building process from the designer to the contractor to the owner.
Topics: buildingSMART Data Dictionary, buildingSMART International, Model View Definition, Open BIM, open standards, Vectorworks, Vectorworks Architect, 3D Modeling, Award, BIM, BIM Collaboration Format, BuildingSMART, Business Gain Through Open Technology, Business Gain Through Open Technology Award, Industry Foundation Classes, Information Delivery Manual, Vectorworks software
We've entered into an exciting partnership with Synchro Software Ltd. to provide truly open and flexible collaboration between architectural modeling and construction planning BIM tools. Synchro Software is one of the world's leading providers for project management and project scheduling solutions for the building industry.
Topics: Building Information Modeling, Open BIM, TIISA, Tom Dengenis, Vectorworks Architect, 3D Modeling, BIM, Community, Consortium Heleno & Fonseca, IFC, Industry Foundation Classes, Synchro Software Ltd.
Nemetschek Vectorworks, Inc. is pleased to announce that we received a 2013 Product Innovation Award (PIA) in the Industry Leadership category from Architectural Products magazine for our BIM Camp events, which help architects and designers learn the skills they need to adopt BIM workflows in their practices.
Nemetschek Vectorworks' BIM Camp events took the U.S. by storm beginning in 2012, providing attendees with the knowledge to effectively transition to a Building Information Modeling (BIM) workflow. Since then, BIM Camps have traveled to Japan, Switzerland, and the Benelux region.
Luis Ruiz, one of our architectural industry specialists, traveled to Panama and Costa Rica in July for a series of BIM events, where he gave presentations about Open BIM to more than 700 students, architects, and building professionals.
Topics: and Universidad Latina, Education, Open BIM, Universidad de Panama, Universidad Hispanoamericana, BIM, CAD Technology, Colegio Técnico Don Bosco, Luis Ruiz, Mario Masis, Universidad de Costa Rica