A floating license is a software licensing approach in which a limited number of licenses used to access a software application are shared among a larger number of users over time. When you start a trial with cove.tool, you and your firm will receive full access to cove.tool via a floating license subscription. So for no additional cost, more people can run more powerful building performance simulations as often as they want, thereby reshaping the design process to democratize data driven architecture. 

How it works
When an authorized user wishes to run the application they request a license from a central license server. If a license is available the license server allows the application to run. When they finish using the application, the license is reclaimed by the license server at the end of the day and made available to other authorized users. Sign up for a cove.tool 15-day trial now!

Other benefits
Licensed users can also invite members from outside their company to share projects and information inside cove.tool. For example, owners and contractors can be invited to edit costs or provide feedback on options and evaluate input alternatives. This helps with hitting the Integrative Process credit for LEED. For information about the Integrative Process credit see: LEED IP c1

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