A NEW GENERATION BIM
FOR ARCHITECTURE AND CONSTRUCTIONS
WE ARE ARCADIASOFT
ArCADiasoft Chudzik sp. j. is the biggest Polish manufacturer of software for building engineering. Its programs are sold in Poland, as well as in Austria, Brasil, Bulgaria, Croatia, Germany, Ghana, India, Italy, Malaysia, Nigeria, Russia, The UK and Turkey
The programs are written in the BIM technology and they include modules for architecture, constructions and installations. The company has got its own distribution network and uses it to sell its author’s programs and also other manufacturers’ programs, such as IntelliCAD, whose distribution is allowed by membership in the IntelliCAD Technology Consortium, and ArCon, among others.
SOME INTERSTING FACTS
Our Main Products
ArCADia is a program supporting 2D and 3D design. Due to its operational philosophy and the same data saving format (DWG), it closely resembles the Autocad program.
This ArCADia tool enables the user to compare designs created in the ArCADia BIM system and to find the differences between them.
ARCADIA 10 PLUS
The ArCADia 10 PLUS software has all the features of the ArCADia LT and ArCADia software and, in addition, is enhanced with the following functions:
- The option to create and fully edit ACIS solids. ACIS files are based on the block modelling format developed by Spatial Technology Inc.
- It allows for precise work on full solids, penetration, sums, differences,etc.
ARCADIA BIM AC
ARCADIA BIM AC is an add-on to the AutoCAD software which enables the embedding and communications of the ArCADia systems base functions with the AutoCAD software.
ARCADIA LT 10
ArCADia LT is a fully functional, easy-to-operate and intuitive CAD program that allows object-oriented creation of 2D building documentation and saving files to the 2013 DWG format. It is a basic graphic design tool for the construction industry in its broadest sense.
The flagship of the Company’s offer is the object-oriented ArCADia BIM system. It is a user-friendly tool for comprehensive calculation/graphics support of a building engineering design process, which allows communication between individual fields, including collision detecting