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CARD/1 scores with its virtual project world

Impressions from the IB&T fair stand

We wish to thank all those who visited the IB&T stand at the trade fair. This year, digitalisation, BIM and virtual reality were the hottest topics.

At the INTERGEO in Berlin, the world's largest trade fair for geodesy and land management, 580 exhibitors, 18,000 specialists from over 100 countries and 1400 congress participants converged on the trade fair.

VR thanks to BIM

The VR Island at the IB&T stand tempted many a visitor to try out the professional VR goggles and marvel at our virtual project world. CARD/1's programmers are convinced that once the BIM method is fully rolled out, 3D applications will continue to be developed in future as planning support tools. After all, the advantages are plain to see: users can move freely within a project and quickly identify critical areas and collisions in the existing conditions and plans.

Thank you for taking part in our stand's competition - the winners of a set of CARD/1 cardboard VR goggles will be notified in writing by the 20th of October 2017. Click here to visit the virtual project world >

In order to give our BIM customer projects top service, IB&T has joined forces with other software companies such as G&W Software AG. With its AVA application "" G&W demonstrated how, within the limits of model-based planning, 5D planning can be supported and cost calculations can be exchanged.

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At the IB&T stand customers and visitors were presented with the many ways CARD/1 Version 9.1 will aid them in designing traffic routes even more closely aligned to BIM in future.

The new Road Designer's current development status was also demonstrated. Based on a 3D model of existing conditions, it automates traffic route design and delivers a detailed result in the form of a route structure for road or rail. Right from the start, users will greatly benefit from the new Version 9.1 CARD/1 Road Designer.


IB&T's subsidiaries also had room at the stand: GEO DIGTAL GmbH showed how useful virtual reality can be, particularly for monitoring construction sites, at their VR island and used the example of a virtual tunnel to present their new point cloud add-on for GEOPAC-Clearance Envelope which checks for potential clearance space collisions.

RZI Software GmbH presented both its current application RZI Tiefbau and its comprehensive vehicle library as well as the extended load editing of its Dynamic Swept Turning Path module.

Any questions about our applications? Please contact us by email or phone us on +49(0)40/5 34 12-400. We'll be happy to help you.