As they sing at the start of one of the Bond movies - "Nobody Does It Better" and that always applies to a review of what's new in the latest version of Revit by my friend and fellow LRUGLondon Revit User Group founder member David Light
The Bomb Sight project is mapping the London WW2 bomb census between 7/10/1940 and 06/06/1941. Previously available only by viewing in the Reading Room at The National Archives, Bomb Sight is making the maps available to citizen researchers, academics and students. They will be able to explore where the bombs fell and to discover memories and photographs from the period.
The project has scanned original 1940s bomb census maps , geo-referenced the maps and digitally captured the geographical locations of all the falling bombs recorded on the original map. The data has then been integrated into 2 different types of applications:
Click Here to find out more and use the interactive map to see what dropped where.
IFC4 has been finalized, and it is officially released on 12. March 2013 for production.
London / Munich / Waltham 12. March 2013
. After over 6 years of development and over 1100 issues being resolved, on 12. March 2013 buildingSMART international has finally released the new generation of IFC schemas - IFC4. It will now be the basis of future work of establishing new open BIM enabled work flows by defining new IFC4 based model view definitions.
The official IFC4 release includes both the IFC4 EXPRESS schema to support current STEP-based IFC exchanges, and the ifcXML4 XSD schema to support new simple ifcXML transactions,
The BIM Protocol, a Best Practice Guide for Professional Indemnity Insurance when using BIM and an Outline Scope of Service for the Role of Information Management. The Documents are available at the CIC - Construction Industry Council web site