Live Online Seminar: Introduction to ARCHICAD 17
|WHO:||GRAPHISOFT, the leading Building Information Modeling (BIM) software vendor
GRAPHISOFT’s next live, online seminar will take place on Tuesday, June 18, and will focus on ARCHICAD 17, the latest version of GRAPHISOFT’s award-winning building information modeling (BIM) software. The new release delivers capabilities that greatly simplify the modeling and documentation of buildings even when the model contains a high level of detail.
Supporting the increased level of detail in BIM, ARCHICAD 17 features industry-first “Background Processing Support” for faster generation of complex model details; optimized scaling of multiple-core CPUs boosts performance on large, complex models. In essence, ARCHICAD 17’s end-to-end BIM workflow allows the model to stay live until the very end of the project.
In addition, you will also learn how ARCHICAD’s improved Energy Evaluation engine supports multiple thermal blocks, allowing users to evaluate their designs with standard compliant technology, making ARCHICAD the “greenest” BIM solution available on the market today.
This online seminar will feature ARCHICAD 17’s signature building, designed by Skuratov Architects in Moscow. Learn how ARCHICAD was instrumental in the design and construction of one of Moscow’s most prestigious building complexes!
Join us on June 18, 2013 to learn what ARCHICAD 17 has in store for you!
|WHEN:||Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Please register for any of the dates below to join the free, online seminar!
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GRAPHISOFT® ignited the BIM revolution in 1984 with ARCHICAD®, the industry first BIM software for architects. GRAPHISOFT continues to lead the industry with innovative solutions such as its revolutionary BIMcloud®, the world’s first real-time BIM collaboration environment, EcoDesigner® STAR, the world’s first fully BIM-integrated “GREEN” design solution and BIMx®, the world’s leading mobile app for BIM visualization. GRAPHISOFT has been a part of the Nemetschek Group since its acquisition in 2007.