Oasys GSA has long been the software of choice for advanced analysis and design of some of the world’s most iconic buildings.
Peter Debney is a Chartered Engineer and a Fellow of the Institution of Structural Engineers (IStructE), as well as a member of the International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering (IABSE). He is the senior consultant, structural application specialist, support manager, and quality manager for Arup in the Oasys software group. He has been a Visiting Professor at the University of Bradford, and is a visiting lecturer at a number of universities. He is a regular public speaker and has published a book on Computational Engineering.
Kristjan Nielsen is a Senior Structural Engineer and computational design specialist working closely with architects, developing ideas into concepts and getting a chance to use computational and parametric design tools. A regular and active contributor to the parametric and computational design community.
Oasys GSA has long been the software of choice for advanced analysis and design of some of the world’s most iconic buildings. With the upcoming .NET API, engineers will be able to bring GSA to the centre of their digital workflows. Coming with a newly developed Grasshopper plugin, the GSA API will enable engineers without coding experience to start creating customised automated workflows.
As an industry first, the GSA Grasshopper plugin will combine the parametric design capabilities of Rhino and Grasshopper with an established, trusted and comprehensive structural analysis package. Users will be able to open and work with existing GSA models, create new parametric models defined directly in Grasshopper, as well as performing analysis and viewing results directly in Rhino and Grasshopper.
This webinar is held in collaboration with the Institution of Structural Engineers and provides a preview of some of the opportunities the new Oasys GSA API will unlock for engineers, whether wanting to carry out parametric optimisation or automate a digital workflow. Watch above.