Cadalyst, Heather Livingston
Solibri CEO Jonathan Widney shares his thoughts on the direction BIM is heading and how Solibri is finding its niche.
"JW: A lot of tools can do interference detection, but a lot of them are just comparing geometry to geometry. Solibri is based on rules, so once rules are established, you have also established constraints. Then, when you're checking models, you're actually checking for compliance with rules. When an issue is identified it tells you what rule has been violated and what the constraints were, so it's very intelligent and much more of an analytical than CAD tool."