Practical enhancements and new solutions in Release 2021-2

On May 19th, we will release a comprehensive update for users of the FRILO software as part of the May release. On the following day, we will present a selection of the most relevant innovations in the webinar "News on the Release". Peter Fritz, Head of Product Management, will guide you through the free online event and present the brand new solutions and practical enhancements.

We at FRILO have been working towards this day for many weeks and months. That's why we are pleased to be able to deliver a comprehensive update of our FRILO software to you on May 19th. In order to make the latest developments not go unnoticed, in a free webinar on May 20th we will go into more detail about the most relevant upgrades. Above all, you can look forward to a brand new solution in timber construction. The idea for the new solution for the calculation of timber beams made of cross laminated timber came from the cooperation with our customers during our last Innovation Lab. Furthermore, our programme for the calculation of hip and valley rafters (currently: DGK) will undergo a changeover to the PLUS programme generation with the 2021-2 release and will be listed with a new name in the future. In addition, we have a new toolbox module in the area of reinforced concrete construction up our sleeve for our customers.

New functionalities in existing solutions

Besides the completely new solutions, we are also providing new functionalities and detail improvements in existing solutions such as the GEO Building Model and the RSX Framework. Our FRILO BIM Connector has also undergone optimisation - although the major update will come with the November Release. The practical and comprehensive enhancements in our programme SBR+ Soil Settlement will open up completely new possibilities for our users in the calculation of foundations.

Register now!

So be there when we provide you with the details of the useful innovations on May 20th from 2 pm. We look forward to your registration! Notice: The webinar will be held in German.

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