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Autodesk acquires Virtual Shape Research Technology Assets

Autodesk acquires Virtual Shape Research Technology Assets

Autodesk furthers its industrial design line of tools with the acquisition of VSR’s technology for class A surface design and modeling tools.

Autodesk launches cloud-based PLM

Autodesk launches cloud-based PLM

Autodesk PLM 360 is the first PLM product written from scratch for contemporary cloud technology. Autodesk is betting it will be a hit with companies of all sizes. [Editor’s Note: See also our December 2011 coverage, “Autodesk intends global PLM domination with Nexus.” Autodesk has dropped “Nexus” from the product name.] Autodesk today launched its [...]

By February 29, 2012 2 Comments Read More →
Autodesk acquires T-Splines modeling technology

Autodesk acquires T-Splines modeling technology

The first major advancement in CAD geometry since NURBS has become popular in industrial, commercial, and architectural design. The fate of T-Splines plug-ins for Rhino and SolidWorks is uncertain. Autodesk has acquired the technology-related assets of T-Splines Inc., a privately-held surface modeling software company based in Utah. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. T-Splines [...]

By December 22, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Busy Autodesk looks wistfully to the clouds

Busy Autodesk looks wistfully to the clouds

A variety of new and novel technologies were on display at Autodesk University 2010 last week. Autodesk is the first to admit they are wondering which ones will take wing first. By Kathleen Maher Editor-in-Chief Autodesk’s official message at Autodesk University 2010 in Las Vegas was all about the customer. CEO Carl Bass showcased several [...]