Hexagon extends geospatial reach by acquiring MicroSurvey Software
The Canadian vendor of desktop and field software is both an Autodesk and IntelliCAD developer. Swedish technology conglomerate Hexagon has ...
Mobile makes CAD industry submit to Joy’s Law in 2011
Most CAD vendors released at least one mobile app in 2011, but some felt pressured to do it. Joy’s Law ...
Apple acquires 3D mapping company C3 Technologies on the sly
It may be about relying less on Google, but Apple isn’t the only company building a GIS portfolio. Build or ...
Autodesk deal with Bayer Technology pushes Intergraph aside
Bayer will use a wide variety of Autodesk products in the design, construction, and operation of chemical and pharmaceutical plants ...
Bentley AutoPlant V8i now supports 64-bit Windows
The market leader for AutoCAD-compatible plant design also adds new working modes, an updated user interface, and more. Bentley Systems ...
Latest Bentley-Intergraph settlement gives peek at value
The two leaders in capital asset AEC settle a lawsuit, again. Is Bentley now worth $670 million? $1.2 billion? Bentley ...
The P&P Industry Shows the Others How
CAD competitors have been struggling with the co-op-ompetition model. Meanwhile, the Process & Power industries are working out data exchange and collaboration because the customers demand it.
New Bentley Products Represent Victory for iRING User Group
Three new Bentley products support the iRING standards for real-time interoperability for plant engineering data models. The iRING Users Group, ...
Hexagon Eyes Disruptive Opportunities in $2.1 Billion Acquisition of Intergraph
The Swedish congolerate plans a go-to-market strategy of laser scan for full-time plant and asset analysis, using Intergraph software as ...
Intergraph Moves User Conference to Las Vegas
Intergraph 2010, the annual international user conference, scheduled for June 14-17 in Nashville, Tennessee, has been moved to Las Vegas ...