BAU 2023: Get Ready to Be Inspired
BAU 2023 is just around the corner, and it's an event you won't want to miss if you're involved in the AEC/O Industry. This year, the event will take place from April 17th to 22nd at the Trade Fair Center Messe München, and it promises to be bigger and better than ever before.
Connect Data with Geometry using the Solibri Extension
Are you tired of switching between multiple software programs to access critical data for your projects? With the dRofus extension for Solibri, you can now access live data from a dRofus database directly within Solibri.
dRofus and Nemetschek partner Bluebeam at BILT ANZ 2022
dRofus, the leading planning and data management software for the AECO industry, will be offering in-person demonstrations of their software at BILT ANZ 2022, being held at RACV Royal Pines, Gold Coast from the 24th-26th November, 2022.
Delivering a large Construction Project with a Digital Twin
Using a digital twin was a game changer for the hospital construction project Glasblokkene Trinn 2 in Bergen, Norway. The new 50,000sqm hospital for children and teenagers is planned to be finalized by 2023 and will include outpatient clinics, operating rooms, X-ray departments, intensive care units and many more.
dRofus 2.7 - The Smart Way to Manage AEC/O Data
dRofus 2.7 is focused on empowering our users. Whether you are an engineer, architect, or building owner, dRofus 2.7 puts the control back into your hands. This new release of dRofus software will improve your Revit MEP workflows, IFC sync capabilities, includes customized column setups, Excel item groups, Reporting, and much more.
Introducing: Innovator Basecamp
Why Innovator Basecamp?
Oslo, 22nd April 2021: From our conversations with BIM and digital AECO innovators across EMEA, we have heard stories of trailblazers going beyond the known technological territory using existing tools. They find new ways to collaborate, connect digital tools and push beyond the limits, resulting in more efficient and successful projects than ever before. We want to prov
dRofus now included on the Hong Hong CITF BIM software pre-approved list
dRofus – in conjunction with local HK agent Forida - recently completed the process of approving its software for listing on the Hong Kong Construction Industry Council (CIC) Scheme known as the Construction Innovation and Technology Fund (CITF).
Queen´s Wharf in Australia Takes Shape with Nemetschek Group Software
One of the world’s most ambitious building projects is currently under construction in Australia. The impressive new district Queen´s Wharf in Brisbane is being developed using software solutions from the Nemetschek Group. The project relies on OPEN BIM, data driven workflows, and an integrated design approach.
dRofus and Zynka BIM sign cooperation agreement in Sweden
dRofus and Zynka BIM have entered into a cooperation agreement. They are set to combine Zynka Bim’s expertise in processes and working methods with dRofus’ industry-leading software for digital information management, something that has become important for the building industry
dRofus Web – Changing the way you access data in the AEC industry
You now have the ability to view and edit your dRofus project data on any web browser and on any mobile device using dRofus Web. Do you remember a time when you were on site or on the road and needed to access or edit a vital piece of information and couldn’t? Now you can search, view and edit your dRofus project data on any mobile device, at no additional cost and with no download required.
dRofus versus Spreadsheets
Our Asia Pacific team recently held an online webinar exploring the benefits of using dRofus; and specifically, the advantages over a purely spreadsheet-based workflow. Historically spreadsheets have performed an important role on many projects, but as the demands of a more connected and digitally integrated construction industry have increased the many limitations of spreadsheet become apparent.
dRofus 2.4 is Live
Superb data quality is the forerunner for excellent decision making across an organisation. The more high-quality data you have access to, the more confidence you will have when difficult decisions need to be made. As William Edwards Deming rightfully said, "without data, you're just another person with an opinion."
Brisbane’s Queen’s Wharf project wins prestigious buildingSMART International Award for Best Design
In an outstanding display of IFC collaboration and Open BIM teamwork, PDC (a division of DBM Vircon) has won first prize in the design category at the recent 2019 buildingSMART International Awards. The award recognized PDC’s Digital Engineering team for its pioneering and innovative efforts on the $3.6 billion Queen’s Wharf project in Brisbane, Australia.