The world’s first OpenBIM issue management platform in the cloud
KUBUS announces the release of its new ground breaking BCF based issue management system in the cloud: BIMcollab®. It operates across applications; it helps bridging the differences between BIM tools and targets the multidisciplinary cooperation between companies working on construction projects. BIMcollab® is designed to manage issues during design and construction phases where BIM is used.
“We are happy to invite users to try BIMcollab for free on join.bimcollab.com. Upload BCF files or connect to BIM applications and invite team members to view your issues. Improving communication in BIM projects starts today.” says Erik Pijnenburg CEO of KUBUS
Issues found with Solibri Model Checker can be published directly to BIMcollab® without the use of files. The BIM modeler will automatically receive a notification and can immediately lookup the problematic objects in his BIM authoring tool (Revit, ArchiCAD, etc.). Once a solution is designed, the issue will be reported back to the BIM manager as ‘resolved’.
BIMcollab® is cloud based. It offers easy access anywhere and anytime from any device like mobiles and tablets. It also allows creating issues by taking photo’s at the construction site. The real-time connections ensure up-to-date information. With the release of BIMcollab®, KUBUS now offers BCF Managers for free. These add-ons for Revit, ArchiCAD and simplebim have a direct link to BIMcollab®.
Visit the BIMcollab YouTube page here for more videos
— BIMcollab (@BIMcollab) December 27, 2014
For more information please visit www.bimcollab.com
Happy New Year to all followers and visitors. Thank you for continuing to support BIMopedia last year. As you can see from the stats below, this blog was viewed around 100,000 times in 2014, which I find quite remarkable!
In 2015 I plan to post at least 1 blog per month relating to Navisworks, Solibri and general BIM workflows. Apologies for recent inactivity!
If you are interested in viewing more of BIMopedia’s stats from 2014 – read on!
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
The Louvre Museum has 8.5 million visitors per year. This blog was viewed about 100,000 times in 2014. If it were an exhibit at the Louvre Museum, it would take about 4 days for that many people to see it.