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17.2.2016
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BIMsign - protect your Revit projects

BIMsign CAD Studio has released a new Revit add-on application - BIMsign - which can protect your BIM content by adding a unique permanent invisible watermark signature to your Revit projects and families.

This add-on tool helps to protect your intellectual property (IP) as you can prove the ownership of the original content in any future BIM files which are based on this signed document. You can "sign" individual RVT/RFA files or your company templates.

BIMsign

BIMsign does not prove unmodified state of the original document (like digital signature does), it proves that a document is based on your original data. Non-authorized users (even in your company) cannot remove the BIM signature. The signature remains part of the BIM file even if the BIMsign utility is not installed on a particular Revit workstation.

A similar tool is offered also for DWG files.

See more information on BIMsign

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