Abvent has partnered with BIM One, the authors of BIM Track, a leading BIM communication platform used in the European AEC market.
Abvent, the makers of the renowned rendering solution Artlantis, has added BIM Track to its product catalog for the German and French-speaking territories of the EMEA region.
BIM One is a company with deep BIM, Revit and Dynamo experience and a web-browser based BIM Tracker application for BIM coordination work. The Abvent partnership is focused on BIM Track.
BIM Track is an issue tracking platform for BIM coordination, accessible from any web browser. BIM Track is a centralized online project data and communication tool with analytics to monitor and track project issues.
BIM Track is compatible with any software based on Open BIM standards (eg: ARCHICAD, Vectorworks, DDS-CAD, Trimble Connect, etc) as well as Revit, Navisworks, AutoCAD, Tekla Structures, Solibri and many more.
The company reports the research and development teams at BIM One and Abvent are working closely together on further integrations and innovations to increase productivity gains from these digital tools.
About BIM One
BIM One, Inc. is based in Levis, Montreal and the United States and is composed of a multidisciplinary team of 75 employees.
So BIM One is a North American company while Abvent is based in France. This is an interesting fit and one where it seems BIM One can utilize Abvent to reach a deeper audience with their BIM Tracker application. The company provides full-scope BIM consultation services and has a Projects category on its website. Their clients can directly include “the” client of a specific project, like here. The roles entail functions like creating the BIM Management Plan and BIM Execution Plan, among other functions.
The company has expertise in Autodesk Revit and Dynamo. They produce an Add-Ins Manager application for Revit, which allows Revit to further install, update, or uninstall their plugin applications. This app includes 4 BIM One and 33 Case inc. apps plus 10 Dynamo scripts. At the heart of this relationship with Abvent seems the desire to reach the European markets and for Abvent to continue to offer BIM-related tools for its AEC customers.
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