New Version SOFiSTiK | 2024 – 3D Reinforcement for Bridges and BIM-ready Building Analysis. The new SOFiSTiK Version 2024 focuses on the key competencies of SOFiSTiK such as parametrics, fast solvers, and seamless interfaces, delivering them to your computer in a safe, fast and open manner.
Join us as we explore the intricacies of the Chenab Bridge's design in an exclusive session with Kilian Karius, Senior Bridge Engineer at LAP in Stuttgart, Germany. Kilian will provide insights into the technical challenges faced during the design process and explain how the SOFiSTiK model effectively addressed these challenges.
In our upcoming webinar SOFiSTiK BIM Worfklow for Buildings, our experts will introduce the new concept and will demonstrate how SOFiSTiK solutions build upon and enhance that concept to allow for a fully connected and automated workflow from the 3D BIM model to analysis.
In our upcoming joint webinar Design steel connections with SOFiSTiK and IDEA StatiCa, the experts of IDEA StatiCa and SOFiSTiK will show you the entire workflow from modeling the structure through calculation to the design of a connection.
In our upcoming webinar BIM in tunneling - Realisation and solutions of pde Integrale Planung GmbH, we talk to Lisa Wronski and Sezen Acar-Tschunko of pde Integrale Planung GmbH about one of their major recent projects - the Koralm Tunnel in Austria.
Take part in our upcoming webinar about the calculation of Lysaker Station of the Fornebu Metro Line undertaken by COWI AS (Oslo). Raul Rodriguez of COWI will discuss the project and the challenges faced during the design.
In our upcoming webinar "News in SOFiSTiK Bridge + Infrastructure Modeler Version 2023", we will show you an overview and small examples of what is new and how you can successfully use these innovations for your projects.
Version 2023 is finally available with groundbreaking new automatic analytical model generator for fastest BIM-based structural design of buildings and many more highlights that make SOFiSTiK | 2023 our most adaptive version so far. Discover software that puts you in the driver's seat.
In our upcoming webinar Hidden high tech for the bridge building process, we talk to Florian Wilhelm, Managing Director of Austria-based LGB operations GmbH (LGB), about requirements on software for the bridge building process.
Transitioning to BIM is challenging as existing workflows can be difficult to change. Georg Pircher explains how SOFiSTiK is tackling the issue and why it is often not necessary to replace established workflows with completely new ones to achieve real improvements.
Get to know SOFiSTiK (better) in 30 minutes at a time at our free online event on 17 February 2022. In one general presentation and four thematic presentations for designers and structural engineers in the fields of building design, infrastructure and bridge design, we will bring your added value and the range of application of SOFiSTiK solutions to the point.
One of the most natural ways of building in-depth understanding of a software tool's capacity and efficient methods of using the tool is to learn from examples. This is why our SOFiSTiK Bridge + Infrastructure Modeler (SBIM) product team has put together a free data repository for project files to help users of all levels develop their skills intuitively and enhance project execution.
SOFiSTiK has taken yet another step towards expanding its local presence and improving its service offer with the establishment of a new subsidiary in France. Based in Paris, SOFiSTiK France will cater to the market-specific needs for software and services of the construction industry of the francophone regions in Europe and Africa.
As of August 1, 2021, we have united the reinforcement products SOFiSTiK RCD and SOFiSTiK RCG in the powerful new BIM package "SOFiSTiK Reinforcement". The package specifically includes the products RCD & RCG and offers improved functionality and performance for holistic and BIM-ready reinforcement planning.
SOFiSTiK | 2022 is largely dedicated to optimized workflows through open interfaces. The possibility of fully seamless project planning from model right through to reinforcement opens up considerable potential for saving time all while improving quality thanks to lower error rates.
SOFiSTiK establishes new subsidiary in the USA to advance business in North America. The new subsidiary, located in Tennessee, will serve the market-specific software and service needs of the North American construction industry and bundles outstanding expertise in solid and highly advanced BIM workflows for infrastructure, with a special focus on bridge design.