We did an online keynote presentation yesterday during the BuildingSMART Denmark forum in Kopenhagen. The 15 minute presentation was recorded and is online. Have a look: Thank you very much Jan Karlshøj for the invitation.
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 you know BIMserver is a plugin oriented framework. Even the import/export serializers are plugins in the framework. Most of the ‘default’ stuff like merging, query and compare are also. We deliver some simple example plugins for these features to show how the frameworks could work. It is up to developers to fine-tune and tweak […]
BIMserver.org is involved in the new BIMSie initiative from BuildingSMART Alliance. We intent to build BIMserver in compliance with the BIMSie standard API. BIMserver.org is specifically involved (and interested) in the development of the ‘RemoteServiceInterface’ and the ‘LowLevelInterface’. Léon van Berlo presented his view on BIM in the cloud and BIMsie during the “Building Innovation […]
Lately we get a lot of questions regarding the license of BIMserver. In this post we hope to clarify some of the questions. The BIMserver software is licensed under the GNU Affero General Public License version 3. The GNU Affero GPL is a modified version of the ordinary GNU GPL version 3. It has one […]