Interoperability

InteroperabilityX
BIM News

Highways England NOMS Project Wins Award for BIM Advancements

Highways England’s Network Occupancy Management Systems (NOMS) project won Bentley Systems' 2017 Be Inspired Award for BIM Advancements in Road & Rail Asset Performance.

The Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge and Connor Christian, HDR
BIM News

InEight Customer Honored with buildingSMART International Award for Open-technology Database

HDR saves man-years of effort by using InEight solutions to automate the process required to document and deliver an information-rich model for the Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge project.

Case Studies

BIM Strategy on Russian Production Facility (Bentley)

Bentley’s Interoperable Software Reduces Design Time by 25 Percent

Project Development Stages.<br>Courtesy of Leica Geosystems
Opinion

Create Value for Owners by Embracing Change

While the term interoperability is commonly used to describe the ability of software applications to exchange data, it is much more, it is the ability to manage and communicate electronic product and project data between ...

BIM News

CloudCities Update Focuses on BIM—New IFC Support and Password Protected Scenes

AEC industry cloud-based software upstart, CloudCities, advances its offering with new IFC BIM model integration features, private scenes and attribute editor.

Videos

BIM Workflows: How to Build from CAD & GIS for Infrastructure

BIM workflows give facilities managers, architects, and engineers key information for better-informed infrastructure planning and management. But how do you migrate to a BIM system when your current data is stored in CAD?

BIM News

Building a better future with the integration of BIM and Geospatial Information

Great Britain’s national mapping agency, Ordnance Survey, is convinced that integration of BIM and GI (Geospatial Information) to the highest possible standards, can deliver the simplest answers to some of the most complex questions

Opinion

What Interoperability really means in a BIM context?

It has been an interesting week for interoperability in the BIM world. Three of the dominant players have made public statements on their strategy for BIM interoperability. Autodesk and Trimble issued a joint press release ...

BIM News

Autodesk and Trimble Sign Agreement to Increase Interoperability

Autodesk and Trimble have entered into an interoperability agreement aimed at saving customers time and reducing project costs typically associated with workflow inefficiency across different suppliers’ technologies.