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An Open Letter about Revit is aimed at Autodesk’s CEO by global British architecture firms asking for progress, fairer licensing, and true partnership.
New ODA SDK for BimRv 2020u2 adds limited Revit Family creation.
buildingSMART International’s IFC standard has gained a significant partner in Bentley Systems’ as it joins the consortium as a multinational member and announces new file format interoperability between its iModel standard for Digital Twins and the open industry IFC file format.
Third-party developers can now export both 2D and 3D geometry to native Revit 2018 files with the latest Teigha BIM SDK from the ODA—expanding interoperability and capacity for CAD and BIM developers.
ARCHICAD and Revit interoperability advances due to new updated ‘add-in’ software for Autodesk Revit.
The Open Design Alliance’s reverse engineered Revit file format support for its Teigha BIM API may soon change the BIM application landscape.
Autodesk and Trimble sign interoperability agreement that covers both IFC and API and developer tools exchange.
Manufacturing CAD Giants Autodesk and Siemens Agree on Interoperability Pack—Companies to Share Toolkits.
Graphisoft will be attending the RTC Europe 2015 event in Budapest later this month, discussing Open BIM.
The two AECO American and German technology giants form partnership to expand adoption of Building Information Modeling (BIM) across building design, construction and operation workflows.
Nemetschek Vectorworks Service Pack 3 adds two big new BIM interoperability standards plus key improvements to the rest of the software.
A new server licensing option enables Re-Use of CAD data and 3D PDF publishing in cloud-based applications and services
Webcast event by Graphisoft will demonstrate the power and efficiency of ArchiCAD 14’s proven technologies and IFC workflows.
The AIA Board of Directors approve a statement on BIM/CAD Interoperability. New policy statement directs member architects to care about the development of open standards and waste due to incompatibility.