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Autodesk, Trimble to cooperate on interoperability

Autodesk, Trimble to cooperate on interoperability

Products yet to be named will be updated to support direct import/export.

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Trimble looks for AEC efficiencies through collaboration

Trimble looks for AEC efficiencies through collaboration

New Trimble Connect offers a cloud-based platform for strategic collaboration in the construction and operation of buildings.

Mainframe2 building cloud platform for workstation apps; shows stuff at AU 2013

Mainframe2 building cloud platform for workstation apps; shows stuff at AU 2013

Mainframe2 is gearing up for an early 2014 launch and plans to make workstation applications available on demand. To prove the point, the company ran a one-day trial of their system running Photoshop in a browser and people from 138 countries gave it a whirl. Here at GfxSpeak we’re raising the stakes with an in-browser […]

Virtually augmented Bentley

Virtually augmented Bentley

Bentley Systems shows off augmented reality apps from the lab.

Bentley wraps long arms around SaaS for enterprise AEC

Bentley wraps long arms around SaaS for enterprise AEC

New initiatives in cloud and mobile are the tip of the iceberg for the technically aggressive company. London proves to be a fitting setting for a discussion of infrastructure design and operations.

Autodesk launches Point Layout for construction site modeling

Autodesk launches Point Layout for construction site modeling

Rivals Bentley and Trimble are already offering similar products. Construction-based BIM is slowing becoming a reality.

Bentley releases new mobile apps for GIS and construction

Bentley releases new mobile apps for GIS and construction

Both support Bentley’s i-Models for broad interoperability of construction and GIS data.

Interview: researcher Hesselgren says customers will demand 1 million architectural design iterations per project

Interview: researcher Hesselgren says customers will demand 1 million architectural design iterations per project

Smart Geometry co-founder Lars Hesselgren says architecture has barely scratched the surface of what computers can do.

Smartgeometry heading home to London

Smartgeometry heading home to London

Colleagues from some of London’s top architectural firms gathered to discuss computational design technology; the rest is history still being written.

Bentley recalibrates user conference around hands-on learning

Bentley recalibrates user conference around hands-on learning

Ditching the corporate keynotes and other trappings of typical conferences, Bentley is tightly focusing the conference on training. A second conference in October will address industry issues.

By February 25, 2013 0 Comments Read More →