dRofus beta v 1.5 released

dRofus beta v1.5 was released on Tuesday this week with some useful new features for project & enterprise customers. An official statement outlining the new changes was released on the dRofus website. View the release presentation by clicking on the image to the right. 

“dRofus – now with a new and powerful, built-in IFC model server !

Our Project & Enterprise customers now have access to the latest version of the dRofus beta. This version allows them to load all their design files into a model server for instantaneous visualization and program validation. And, believe it or not – this feature is provided without any additional license cost.

This latest beta has an embedded, special edition, model server from Jotne EPM, – one of the leading providers in the world of this technology. 
(http://www.epmtech.jotne.com/jotne-epm-technology-as.241684.no.html)

This makes it easy to visualize and validate a project across multiple design models. For the first time, users of dRofus have access to the latest design models and validation reports between program and design without any additional file handling. This allows for the opportunity for several new and improved work flows, better quality control across models and increased interaction with the stakeholders of the projects.

Embedding a model server in dRofus also opens a large market among owners who wants to export project requirements and validate the design entirely through the use of an open data standard, IFC”

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 View the original blog post on the dRfous website HERE.

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About Ben Malone

Information Manager for BIM.Technologies in London

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