The architecture, engineering and construction software company CYPE will participate in this year's Digital Construction Week 2021, the leading digital construction event in the UK and Europe which covers all phases of the construction process. The Spanish company will showcase its wide range of software solutions that operate in an Open BIM workflow at ExCeL London.
CYPE's applications include the design phases (conceptualisation, planning, architectural design, structural design and MEP design, coordination analysis and execution (drawings, fabrication, sourcing). The company's tools are currently used by professionals in more than 180 countries around the world via the BIMserver.center cloud platform, a CDE that stores all project information securely.
During the 24th and 25th of November, those attending this professional event will be able to discover different CYPE solutions that allow the digitalisation of companies in the construction sector through state-of-the-art IT solutions, as well as the implementation of new technologies such as Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality in the construction industry.
The demand for digital solutions by organisations in the construction industry has skyrocketed in recent months due to the impact of the ongoing global pandemic and the need to improve existing inefficiencies, increase productivity and reduce costs in this industry. As a result, CYPE's BIM solutions have become an ally for professionals in the construction industry around the world, which is reflected by the fact that in 2020, the number of registered BIMserver.center users with active projects increased by 190% compared to the data from 2019.
BIMserver.center brings together a community of technicians, designers and manufacturers with almost 300,000 projects, while at the same time weaving a network of collaborators that allows the platform to be used as a professional network where they can create professional contacts and find job opportunities.
In its 2021 edition, Digital Construction Week will gather more than 150 companies from all over the world that will show attendees (more than 6,000 visitors from 50 countries are expected) the latest technologies applied to architecture, engineering and construction.