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ODA’s new SIG offers collaborative solutions for real-world interoperability challenges CAD and BIM industry software development.
Autodesk launches Tandem and enters the Digital Twins platform market to help building owners gain lifecycle efficiencies in AEC.
The ODA ships SDKs for Apple Silicon Macs — offering CAD and 3D developers on the Mac platform smooth transition to next-gen Macs support.
Autodesk joins ODA to bring stronger IFC and interoperability improvements to Revit and its AEC products, strengthening the AEC industry.
The Open Design Alliances’s Developer Conference this year will be virtual, featuring guest keynote speakers from buildingSMART Internation, Microsoft, Google, and others.
Open Design Alliance is a non-profit technology consortium of 1200 member companies, working together to develop solutions for complex engineering design problems.
With this latest release, Open Cloud applications can now be quickly and conveniently deployed on Microsoft Azure.
New support for 4×2 IFC-Bridge Extension included in the latest ODA update.
Pete Evans was in Milan to cover the ODA’s biggest ever developer conference and reports on the Open Design Alliance’s plans for software development kits that will transform the AEC industry through democratization of standards and open access to data.
The Open Design Alliance and buildingSMART International form strategic partnership on interoperability standards for BIM technologies.
ODA DevCon 19 will be highlighting support for open and proprietary BIM formats.
Export Autodesk Revit files to JSON and OBJ with the new ODA BimRv SDK 2020.
The Open Design Alliance announces its first IFC software development kit (SDK). The new toolkit aims to improve IFC implementations throughout the AEC industry.
Open Design Alliance releases updated toolkit for building architectural design applications.
With 80 software engineers largely in Eastern Europe, the Open Design Alliance (ODA) is a software powerhouse in its own right, now aiming to maximize CAD industry interoperability across a range of new initiatives. Importantly though, (.dwg) is far from legacy—new initiatives aim to put it back on the main stage.