We will be showing off a prototype of our new CodeBook Mobile application for building information modeling (BIM) data management on stand 14 at the 2012 Revit Technology Conference (RTC US 2012) at Stone Mountain, Georgia next month (June 28-30). And CodeBook Solutions’ Cyril Verley will also be presenting at the conference – on Friday 29 June.
I am really looking to RTC. It is a great event for users to get an independent overview of the whole Revit and BIM ecosystem. Its focus on ‘by users, for users’ reflects our own CodeBook philosophy as hands-on developers of software for design professionals.
We are also excited about our support for new hardware. As iPads and other tablet devices have become more widely used in the AEC workplace, we have looked to provide mobile access to CodeBook in line with our 2012 roadmap to support more distributed team-working. Using browser-based tools for real-time remote access to CodeBook-managed BIM data, architects, engineers and contractors will be able to get faster and more detailed reports and to share new data with fellow designers, constructors, suppliers and building owners and operators.
CodeBook v10 and the new mobile application will be on stand 14, and we look forward to meeting both existing and prospective new users of the CodeBook information-sharing and data management system.
On the Friday, Cyril will show how BIM and computer-aided design data can be combined with geospatial information system (GIS) data to create a rich data resource for facilities managers and other owner/operator professionals involved in managing large or complex buildings.