Interoperability in computational design

A panel of experts explore if there is a better way of exchanging information between structural software packages, and how we intelligently manipulate data to make it fit for purpose.

A panel discussion from the Digital Design & Computational Conference 2019

Interoperability in computational design

Paul Jeffries - Ramboll

Rob May - BuroHappold Engineering

Carla Silva - CSI Britain

Madalina Taylor - AECOM

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