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August 8th, 2012
Advancing BIM Software Interoperability in China

This initiative will provide increased information mobility among the users of PKPM software and all Bentley Integrated Structural Modeling (ISM)-enabled products, including AECOsim Building Designer, streamlining BIM workflows and resulting in increased productivity and enhanced project quality.

Under the MOU, CABRTech and Bentley also will initiate an in-depth study and collaboration to research the development of BIM software that addresses the needs of China’s engineering and construction industry, including a product portfolio spanning the infrastructure lifecycle, from design and energy consumption analysis to construction and operations; explore the feasibility of cooperation in the field of application research and software development, including directed and syndicated development projects; consider cooperation in other fields, including the development of joint software training, marketing programs, and other activities that will be of benefit to both CABRTech and Bentley.