Entries by berlotti

AEC Hackathon build

The AEC Hackathon 1.1 starts today/tomorrow and they made a special category for open source BIM tools. For that reason we had a close look to our current codebase and decided to build a new release candidate. This is the latest of the latest (it is still warm), but obviously not very well tested…. Find […]

Participation in FED iFM

The U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) Military Health System and U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), combined, manage in excess of 210 million square feet of healthcare facilities and just completed a series of projects through the National Institute of Building Sciences centered on planning, design and operations of facilities. The team developed strategic plans, […]

Release cycle for 1.3.0 started

We just started our new release cycle for 1.3.0. We hope it will be a shorter cycle than the last time, but really can’t promise anything…. At this moment our RC1 is on google code but we intend to move released to github as soon as possible (update: we are now on github with 1.3.0 release) As you […]

Moved to github

We’ve decide to move our development to github. As most of you developers saw we were pretty comfortable with Google Code using the automatic build process, issue system, etc. But we noticed more and more evolvement from developers in BIMserver. This raised the insurmountable question how to manage these efforts. After some research we decided […]

Release 1.2.0 final(ly)

At last the final version of BIMserver 1.2.0 is released. You can find it on our google code site. Some of the new features include the ability to add non-IFC data to the database. Users can now add ‘extended data’ to revisions and projects. Not all data can be added. This is controlled by the […]

Statsbygg validation service: A use case example for BIMSie

It is publicly known that our team is leading the BIMSie standardisation concept for BIM in the cloud. In the beginning of this project we created an example of a floor supplier service that delivers a detailed IFC model with floors (obviously separated from the original model, but with the ability to merge this into […]

Elasstic project started

(updated after name change of project) This week the EU co-funded research project “ELASSTIC” started. The overall objective of the ELASSTIC project is to improve the safety, security and resilience of large scale multifunctional building complexes to natural and man-made disasters by providing a methodology and tools which enable to include security and resilience from […]