From CAD to rad: Johanna's Thoughts On This Whole BIM Thing

With a civil engineering background, a master's in geotechnics, and wide-ranging experience, our coding engineer Johanna Rönner, stands tall in her field. Particularly skilled with Dynamo for Revit and automated workflows, Johanna excels in complex industrial projects. Below, she shares with us, in a nutshell, her insights into how Reope is creating more efficient work environments through digitalization. Keep reading to see if you're on track with the 2023 trends and remember, Johanna is just a chat away.

Engineering is about building things, and it has always required drawings. Behind these drawings lies theory and experience on how to build and dimension items, installation and assembly methods, and interfaces with other components.

Technology and computers have advanced rapidly, to the point where we no longer need to keep these aspects separate. Today, we can generate drawings by running calculations directly in drawing software.

Efficiency Is The Name Of The Game

This is where coding architects, engineers, and companies like Reope can create a more efficient work environment. We specialize in setting up logic systems in drawing software, where drawings are automatically generated and updated.

Instead of publishing written documents. Think of documentation, which includes 3D graphical objects with information.
This eliminates the need for extensive explanations in Word documents. Instead, we offer 2D-drawing sheets with information, 3D animation and 3D information objects that can be viewed, moved, and scheduled.
3D information objects can be tracked throughout the engineering, installation, and operation processes. This is achieved using BIM applications.

Check if your company is keeping up with the digitalization trends of 2023.
Are your engineering spreadsheets connected to your drawing software for auto-generating?
If not, reach out⎯that's why we're here.