Category: Software

New e-learning course: Pipeline corridor concept

The course Pipeline corridor concept is now available on our e-learning platform. In this course, you will learn how to determine the space required for equipment rooms and pipe arrangements in the early stages of a project and to report this to the building owner or architect.


The courses are…

New e-learning course on issues & tasks

Another course is now available on our e-learning platform. In the "Issues and Tasks" course you will learn everything you need to know about our tools for collaboration, communication and task management.  

The courses are available to all LINEAR customers free of charge.

New e-learning course: Basics of LINEAR Solutions for Revit

The course "Basics of LINEAR Solutions for Revit" is now available on our e-learning platform. We offer you a general overview of the LINEAR user interface and show you the different functions of the LINEAR Control Board. This includes detailed information about the Construction tab, the Library…

New e-learning course for Construction Design in Revit

The Construction Design course is now available on our e-learning platform. The Construction Design workflow includes functions that allow you to add details to pipe networks for installation on the construction site. This includes, for example, fixings, flanges, delivery lengths, item numbers or…

LINEAR Redesign

We are happy to introduce the new visual identity of LINEAR. In addition to a new logo, services have been expanded to include an e-learning portal, a knowledge base, and a blog on the new website.

A New Generation of Building Analysis Algorithms

The analysis of building models is actually almost old hat in the liNear software. It is a very popular and intensively used program module, which is always much more than a nose's length ahead of the other analysis modules on the market. Topics such as multi-part walls and floors, suspended…

Maybe a little less?

This article examines the influence of the design parameters on the determined capacity as well as the required energy demand in order to answer the question to how much energy can be saved by reducing the comfort criteria.

Revit and LINEAR in Action – the Spandau Ufer

Building with a positive footprint. The Cradle to Cradle® principle makes it feasible and offers a holistic approach for construction projects within a sustainable development framework. We will introduce the principle and show you how BIM supports implementation, and the influence it has on the MEP…