This is BIMserver.center!
With BIMserver.center you can manage, share and update your architecture, engineering and construction projects in the cloud. Additionally, using Open BIM technology, they can be integrated into a collaborative, open and coordinated workflow amongst all the technical designers that are part of the work team.
Using an updating serve in the cloud, with BIMserver.center, it is possible to manage and share all the files of a BIM project, providing the means for good organisation and communication amongst the users who are authorised to intervene in the project.
Furthermore, those who are responsible for the projects can manage the permits and accesses for each project, and for each authorised user, even allowing the possibility to provide contributions or proposals to any BIMserver.center user that is interested in participating in a project.
Automatic and direct connection
The applications that are integrated in the Open BIM workflow must include a direct and automatic connection to the BIMserver.center platform.
This link aids in the transfer of information of the project amongst the users, since they do not have to continuously manage all the project data; it is the specialised applications that do so automatically by selecting and recovering the required information in each case.
A place to meet and collaborate
Furthermore, it facilitates communication between professionals, software manufacturers, industrial users and public and private control bodies, allowing an unlimited number of users, always under the tutelage of the project managers, to make contributions to a project, either as proposals or as final solutions.
It allows all these users to participate in the development of projects, and exchange information and services, as well as providing access to the tools and applications required for that purpose.
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