BUDAPEST, Hungary, April 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- GRAPHISOFT®, the leading Building Information Modeling (BIM) architectural software developer, announced today that its award-winning BIM presentation app, BIMx Docs, will now be available through a new licensing option allowing architects to easily share their Hyper-models with clients.
Answering its top user request for BIMx, GRAPHISOFT introduces a new license option for an architect to share BIMx Docs with clients and other AEC stakeholders for a per project fee of $39.99. Shared BIMx Docs projects can be accessed from iOS devices within 7 days after sharing.
In conjunction with the new license option, GRAPHISOFT has also adjusted the prices of its existing BIMx Docs license options:
- The basic BIMx app remains free of charge, allowing clients to fully explore the 3D part of BIMx Hyper-models.
- The previously introduced BIMx Docs function packs giving access to the full project documentation including 2D drawings are available for $9.99 for one project; $74.99 for an unlimited number of projects.
- The standalone BIMx Docs app can be purchased for $74.99 from the AppStore.
About BIMx Docs
BIMx Docs is a professional BIM project viewer featuring "BIMx Hyper-models," a unique technology for integrated 2D and 3D building project navigation. BIMx Hyper-models offer extremely smooth handling and outstanding performance even for projects with complex 3D building models and extensive 2D documentation. See an example of how BIM technology providers choose to use BIMx as a technology platform in BIMobject® AB's latest press announcement.
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™, 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.