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CodeBook Pro V12 Release News

      CodeBook Pro V12 Release News The newest version of the world’s leading and most advanced solution for building information and program management is available for download from 09:00GMT today. New Features Navisworks Integration Navisworks model items can be referenced to the CB library either as distinct FFE items or linked using the …

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What’s the future for Excel Spreadsheet for managing large volumes of building information?

AEC professionals are using Excel spreadsheets for data management on small, medium and even large projects. To make the spreadsheets usable to enable them to manage the project data they are divided into separate spreadsheets for room data, FFE, doors and MEP by department, by floor for each. This approach offers little or no ability …

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Let’s forget the three letters in BIM!

Take a step back from the hype, spin and lies to concentrate on only the “I”. It does not matter whether we call it “information” or “data” these are facts plan and simple. The cumulative effect of capturing facts is the development of knowledge and as we all know knowledge is power. So let’s forget …

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CodeBook in the Cloud

Multiple offices? Collaborative working? Multiple disciplines same dataset? As tech moves forwards, datasets get larger and more and more people want to utilise a common data source the “cloud” starts to make a little more sense. No one really wants to move large datasets about, maintaining multiple datasets and making sure version control is practiced …

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CodeBook AutoDesk University 2013 (AU 13)

CodeBook AutoDesk University 2013 (AU 13) AutoDesk University always seems a long time coming then it’s upon you, you’re in the middle of it and then it’s over in a flash and this year was no different. It’s a great opportunity to meet with clients, prospects and new prospects and its one of the most …

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CodeBook in AECbytes

Dr Lachmi Khemlani was a welcome visitor to our CodeBook stand at Autodesk University last month (post), and has written about v.11 and the application’s new user interface in her AECbytes e-newsletter. She describes our BIM collaboration and information management solution and its purpose, and its integration with Revit and other BIM applications, and usefully links …

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We’re showing v.11 of CodeBook at AU2012

It’s just a week to Autodesk University 2012 (post), and at CodeBook International we are busy packing our suitcases and preparing to show our awesome new Version 11 of CodeBook in Las Vegas (November 27–29 – come and see us on stand 1B). As well as a radically revamped, richer user interface, which also includes a …

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Consortech to resell CodeBook in Canada

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We have been seeing a lot of interest in our application from customers in Canada, and I am delighted to say CodeBook Solutions has appointed Consortech to be our first Canada-based reseller. Headquartered in Brossard, near Montreal, with other offices in Quebec City and Ottawa, Consortech specialises in software and consultancy services in architecture, construction, …

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CodeBook attacked by drone at RTC Aus!

Talking BIM (and CodeBook)

Phew! RTC 2012 at Woollongong Beach last week (post) was really busy for CodeBook. There were lots of CodeBook users there, we had a constant flow of interest through the CodeBook stand, and every break was peppered with 10 to 30 minute demonstrations. Most evenings also saw me doing demonstrations under the heat lamps. There …

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CodeBook Mobile: Taking to the tablets at RTC US 2012

RTC US 2012

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 …

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