16 November 202115:00 - 16:00 GMT
If you ask 3 structural engineers how they build finite element analysis (FEA) models, you will likely get 7 different answers.
No matter what your preferred method is, Speckle’s interoperability, version tracking, and collaboration capabilities will take your work to the next level.
Import stick geometry from Rhino or AutoCAD as a basis for your FEA model
Import fully defined parametric FEA models into your analysis suite
Import a Revit analytical model into your analysis suite
Track revisions of your model (no matter how you build it)
Share a web-based view of your model to other members of your team
David is the Head of Project for Oasys Structural and leads Arup's contribution to Speckle. Originally trained as a structural engineer, he brings design delivery experience and understanding of designers’ needs to software development. He has contributed to many complex building projects throughout his career, including York Lions Stadium, the Toronto-York Spadina subway extension and Billy Bishop pedestrian tunnel, and the Mattamy National Cycling Centre.
Jenessa is structural engineer and software developer who builds automation tools for the AEC industry. She helps lead Arup’s contributions to Speckle, an open-source project aimed at enabling data interoperability between common AEC software.
Oasys and their building design software solutions are here to help today’s engineers who need to do more, faster. The Oasys software allows users to create the world’s most iconic buildings, bridges and structures to exacting demands.
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