Author Archive: Kathleen Maher
Kathleen is the editor-in-chief of GraphicSpeak and a senior analyst at Jon Peddie Research. She has been writing about design, movies, music, art, and technology for almost all of her working life.
Bentley and drone manufacturer DJI team up to add value to DJI’s products.
Nemetschek’s acquisition of dRofus enables cloud-based data management and furthers the already close relationship between the companies. As a data management and BIM collaboration tool, dRofus supports products from Nemetschek including Graphisoft, Vectorworks, and Solibri and also supports leading BIM tools such as Revit and ArchiCAD. It enables integrated communication and bidirectional synchronization between dRofus […]
Adobe Max is probably the most glittery tech conference of them all. Every year, Adobe showcases new tools, new technology, and highlights the creativity of its customers.
The latest SolidWorks has a little something for everybody, but mostly CEO Gian Paolo Bassi works hard to keep everyone happy.
Autodesk unveils its integrated Fusion platform at Accelerate 2016 in Boston
Siemens PLM has played a growing role in Siemens Digital Factory division as software and hardware become further intertwined. Immediately following their annual analyst conference held in Boston this September, Siemens PLM strategically let the news slip, that effective October 1, Tony Hemmelgarn will replace Chuck Grindstaff as the CEO of Siemens PLM. Grindstaff will […]
Design and Manufactured become inextricably linked as a new round of consolidation combine manufacturing and design companies. We’ve been talking about the disaggregation of markets with the blithe assumption no one would really know what the hell we’re talking about so we’d have a little bit of leeway to figure it out. But GE’s acquisition […]
Stratasys will show two new prototype systems at the IMTS show in Chicago this fall. The InfiniteBuild 3D printer builds prints on a vertical axis for long parts and the Robotic Composite 3D printer builds composite machine parts using a robot arm on site.