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Léon is a carpenter by education but found ICT and the AEC industry equally interesting. Today he is working for the Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research TNO as the leader of the BIM research and development team. His main research topic is collaboration in the AEC industry. Léon involved in the open source BIMserver.org initiative, the BIM QuickScan® and the open source BIM collective. Recent works are on the fields of BIM json, GeoBIM, BIM benchmarking and cloudbim technology.
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As many of you in the BIM innovation community noticed, Stijn van Schaijk posted a huge amount of public available BIM data on github. Gigabytes of data including IFC data, BCF, pointclouds, schedules, log files, etc. are open available for R&D and educational purposes. The bimvie.ws GUI has a new feature to automatically import the whole […]
While the development of BIMserver 2.0 is taking most of our time, every now and then we have an experimental project on the side. Sometimes for clients that couldn’t find a solution for their challenge, sometimes for clients that are stuck in their development. Most of the ‘side projects’ are fun for us and every […]
On huge request, we created new developer videos. They are on the youtube channel of the open source BIM collective in the ‘Developers’ playlist. Basically we installed a screenrecorder on a new laptop and installed everything from scratch. You see the download and installation of Eclipse, Java, the setup of the Git gepositories, installation of […]
As mentioned before (here, here and here) the BIMserver.org team was highly envolved in the EU supported research project Elasstic. The ELASSTIC concept is about the communication between these three main technology groups: Building Information Simulation models Sensor information A fourth technology called ‘Multi Criteria Analyses’ (MCA) is providing the end-user the interface to evaluate safety […]
The 1.5 release came online at github. The 1.5 branch is considered a ‘developers branch’. The internals of BIMserver have drastically changed. The 2.0 version which is upcoming will have changes in the API / ServiceInterface. Developers that use internal plugins in their tools should have a look at this 1.5 release. Developers that connect […]
The use and development of the BIMserver.org platform is accelerating. The 1.3 release has been downloaded 80.000 times. That is great! Therefore we have several job openings for Java developers. Are you a Java developer that really understands the fundamentals of Java? Are you used to working with Eclipse and the Eclipse Modeling Framework […]
Before the ending of the year, it is time to think about New Year’s resolutions. The last year was a good one: many new applications have been build on top of BIMserver and a significant number of commercial suppliers provide services for BIMserver. Large and small BIM products use BIMserver at their backend to deal […]