BIMcollab now provides software developers with a new way of connecting their BIM software applications to the BIMcollab issue management eco-system. Next to the existing development kit and PowerBI connector, BIMcollab now supports the BCF-API.
BIMcollab announces that Rob Roef has joined the company as International Channel Developer. In his new role Rob will be responsible for developing an international network of resellers and revenue through this channel.
Rob is well known in the industry as BIM Captain and for his efforts to promote Open BIM. Currently Rob also holds a position as board member of buildingSMART Benelux and is co-leading the BuildingRoom for buildingSMART international.
We released the on-premise version of our cloud-based issue-tracking platform BIMcollab. This on-premise version allows users to install the software on their own servers, whether it is located in their office or in a datacenter. In any situation where project-, company- or country policy demands to have the data on a local server the standard offering is not suitable. With the on-premise solutions, clients can choose any location to store and manage their data.
Our BCF Manager for Tekla has been voted number one by professionals worldwide. Tekla’s very own Developers Award has been received with great pride and we would to say thanks to all that have voted for us! It’s a firm recognition that we’re developing BIM tools that really make a difference for users. More about this award.
KUBUS’ BIMcollab team has made some major changes to its developers program, opening it up and allowing developers to connect their BIM applications to the BIMcollab issue management system. The SDK is now accessible to all from professional software developers and in house development teams to students and BIM enthusiasts. Immediately after registering they will have access to both the Connector as well as to our low level Connection library.
The new BIMcollab of this summer is the start of a new direction. After integrating with many BIM authoring and model checker tools, the development is shifted towards joining forces with CDE platforms. The first one available is the integration with BIM360 (July 6th) and more to follow.