Munich, January 16, 2018 – For the first time ever, ALLPLAN has participated in the World of Concrete in Las Vegas, the largest annual international event ever dedicated to concrete. Using the message “Raise your level” the ALLPLAN team will present the full suite of ALLPLAN solutions for structural and civil engineers together with an open BIM collaboration platform at booth #C3531. Visitors have the opportunity to experience how Allplan 2018 can create amazing models, detail the most complex reinforcement geometries and generate working drawings all within one advanced tool.
"With our solutions, we are ensuring that structural and civil engineers have the innovations available that they need to successfully implement their BIM projects. At WOC in Las Vegas we are showing how BIM-based cooperation already works reliably today with Allplan and how virtual reality creates decisive competitive advantages for our customers," comments Kevin Lea, Senior Vice President of Product Management at ALLPLAN.
More than 150 skill building seminars with top industry experts, presents the perfect opportunity for ALLPLAN to launch the Raise Your Level message to the USA and international markets. Seven years prior to the very first World of Concrete event in 1975, ALLPAN began its journey in the AEC industry and has played a key role ever since in the digitalization of the construction sector. With BIM solutions that include Architecture, Engineering Building and Civil products, together with an open BIM collaboration platform, engineers can create amazing models, detail the most complex reinforcement geometries and generate working drawings all within one advanced tool. Whether a user specializes in buildings, infrastructure, bridges or tunnels ALLPLAN solutions enable concrete constructions to come to life.
Raise Your Level
BIM is acknowledged as a vital component in construction projects of today and the Allplan Engineering BIM solutions for concrete construction, as part of the latest suite of Allplan 2018 products, provide the potential for the industry to raise the collaboration level to BIM level 2 and 3.
From paper to cloud BIM - from CAD based tools and files to connected information on every single object over the cloud. True collaboration on both native and open data in real time. Integrated products to enable a BIM working methodology.
From essential to specialized tools - unique best in class solutions make it even easier to get started with ALLPLAN software and be more productive quicker. Based on roles and tasks there are convenient and powerful functions for daily work. Furthermore, ALLPLAN provides the opportunity to connect seamlessly to other products over the cloud.
From file exchange to data workflows - IFC4 export enables model data to be exchanged. Managing and gathering BIM data is now made simpler, accomplished directly over the cloud, connected to the tools used daily.
For more information see: https://www.allplan.com/en/events/events/events-detail/event/event/show/world-of-concrete-2018-01-23
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ALLPLAN is a leading international vendor of open solutions for Building Information Modeling (BIM). For more than 50 years, ALLPLAN has supported the construction industry with a pioneering software portfolio and played a key role in promoting the digitalization of the industry: reliable, innovative, open and geared to the requirements of users. ALLPLAN solutions are being used in 20 languages and 41 countries by over 190,000 users. Around 400 employees in eight countries continue to write the success story of ALLPLAN. As a strong subsidiary of the Nemetschek Group, ALLPLAN is part of the comprehensive competence and experience of a global leading group of construction software specialists. With seamlessly integrated solutions for architects, engineers, contractors and facility managers ALLPLAN makes a significant contribution to the planning, design, construction and management of the built environment. ALLPLAN, headquartered in Munich, Germany, was founded by Professor Nemetschek in 1981.
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