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January 26th, 2012
Tekla BIMsight 1.4 Takes BIM to the Field with Windows Tablets

Tekla BIMsight now offers a well-designed user interface for Windows tablet computers, thereby enabling use at construction sites. As before, it is still the easiest-to-use BIM tool available for everyone in the construction industry to download and use for free.  New features in version 1.4 of the award-winning* BIM (building information modelling) software, take the application to the construction site. The software now has a user interface optimised for tablet computers. Features include support for multi-touch hand gestures as well as stylus use. Depending on your working environment, you choose which interface you want: desktop or tablet. Read More