Happy holidays from all of us to all of you

Thank you to customers and open BIM friends around the world for all collaboration, inspiration, progress and hard work this past year. We are looking forward to an exciting 2018. Take a few minutes this Christmas to explore the Viking Museum model vamped with seasonal features: Enter to explore. bimsync® was chosen to make the jury selection app for the... Continue Reading →

Catenda hosted the BCF Hackaton in Bergen

Earlier this year yet another successful BCF hackaton took place. This time it was hosted by Catenda at the Vil vite center in Bergen, Norway. The main focus for the meeting was to resolve the remaining issues for the upcoming BCF API 2.0 specification as well as the corresponding BCF API. Quite a few test-cases... Continue Reading →

Renowned UK based Architect chooses bimsync

AStudio Architects in London has signed an agreement with Catenda to use bimsync in one of their upcoming projects. Richard Hyams, CEO of AStudio, says Catenda “has developed a user friendly BIM model coordination programme which is in my view the leading one on the market.” Catenda looks forward to the collaboration with AStudio and... Continue Reading →

DuraArk – long term BIM storage

The EU commission has financed a 3-year research project called DuraArk. Catenda is the Norwegian partner. DuraArk — short for Durable Architecture — is about long term storage of architectural information. Architectual information can be a 3D point cloud of a building or a BIM (Building Information Model) of the building. In addition to the... Continue Reading →

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