Less a revolt and more a signal, the current groundswell of protest over Revit is actually a symptom of a larger looming change.
The Pre-Revolt Factors — Why the Open Letter
The signs that a one-size-fits-all type of platform would never work for the AEC industry goes back decades.
Nemetschek Integrated Design—A Paradigm Shift for AECO
Nemetschek challenges the status quo with new Integrated Design BIM workflows, streamlining workflows between architects and engineers.
Autodesk’s CEO looks beyond the controversy and aims to foster confidence in its long-term vision for architects.
BIM is Central to Vectorworks' Growth Strategy—Upcoming Technologies Revealed
Vectorworks is treating its BIM/CAD platform like an “OS” for design while building out features for ever-sharper market advantages in specific industry verticals.
INSIDER: Ladybug Tools Aim to Take Environmental Analysis to Wider Audience
Architosh talks with ‘Ladybug Tools’ co-founders Mostapha Sadeghipour Roudsari and Chris Mackey, about their young software company’s near future with computational design tools technology that aims to be more democratized soon.
Features: Product In-Depth
The future of Bentley’s ProjectWise 365 looks bright—technical advances, standards adoption, and carry-over from traditional ProjectWise customers all suggest good things for Bentley.
Smart Cities Tech—How ADRF Addresses the Always Connected Challenge
Both Smart Infrastructure and higher demands by people and their enterprises are placing a premium on always-on RF (cellular) based networks. ADRF’s technologies are solving these 21 st century challenges.
National Engineering Firm Becomes Far More Agile with VDI via GPU Workstations
Most large AEC firms with multiple locations seek out agility for their operations. Southland Industries in the United States accomplished this recently with VDI via GPU workstations from Workspot.
Features: Firm and Artist Profiles
ARP ArchitektenPartnerschaft with Vectorworks has benefitted from a scalable pathway to BIM, from little BIM to Big BIM with Open BIM.
Generative Design in Revit Powers Speed for Stamhuis
Dynamo automation helps Stamhuis—a leading retailer in Europe—build customized, powerful, and efficient Revit workflows, improving BIM and project delivery.
Why Scaling from Little BIM to Big BIM Made Sense for Idle Architecture
A Melbourne-based practice is discovering that moving to Big BIM is enabling them to take on larger projects and better streamline their project delivery.
Urban populations are exploding as more of humanity moves to cities and megacities for work and life. However, crowds pose various risks and challenges to safety and quality of life and new technologies now exist to mitigate these hazards.
Viewpoint: Will Computer Programmes Replace Human Engineering Skill?
Will AI and machine learning replace human engineering skill anytime soon? What are the factors behind this question and are there good examples? John Hannen shares his viewpoint.
The Ethical Conundrum of Bitcoin for Sustainable Architects
Can architects ethically embrace the cryptocurrency phenomenon knowing just how much energy it consumes?
In this featured video, Architosh showcases the key features in Vectorworks 2017 so that readers and users of this software can get excited about what comes next! Vectorworks 2018 is just around the corner.
Featured Video: The New OrthoGraph I System
In this featured video Architosh showcases all the capabilities and uses of the all new OrthoGraph I mobile cloud-based app for Apple iOS and Google Android mobile devices, used in conjunction with laser distance meters like the Leica DISTO D2. Learn how to streamline field dimensioning and take data straight into BIM and CAD applications.
Featured Video: The All New Vectorworks 2017
In this featured video, Architosh showcases all the new great features in the new Vectorworks 2017 product range, including some BIM interoperability capabilities including native Revit import.
- Oct 01, 20 – AEC Inflection Point — The Story of the Revit Revolt [01:49 pm] 0 responses
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- Oct 01, 20 – What’s Beyond Revit — Anagnost on Autodesk AEC Futures [01:38 pm] 0 responses
- Sep 25, 20 – The Sensible Pathway to Open BIM — One German Firm’s Story [01:57 pm] 0 responses
- Sep 13, 20 – Member Access — (emTech) Section Plus for Xpresso #19 [06:35 pm] 0 responses
- Aug 21, 20 – Nemetschek Integrated Design—A Paradigm Shift for AECO [09:24 am] 0 responses
- Jul 24, 20 – Generative Design in Revit Powers Speed for Stamhuis [08:51 am] 0 responses
- Jul 22, 20 – BIM is Central to Vectorworks’ Growth Strategy—Upcoming Technologies Revealed [09:00 am] 0 responses
- Jul 13, 20 – Member Access — (emTech) Section Plus for Xpresso #17 [03:34 pm] 0 responses
- Jun 17, 20 – Bentley’s ProjectWise 365 Has Gone SaaS—Brings Broad Market and Platform Appeal to AECO Industry [07:46 am] 0 responses
- Jun 08, 20 – Early Access(+): (emTech) section for INSIDER Xpresso—newsletter #16 [09:38 pm] 0 responses
- Jun 01, 20 – Why Scaling from Little BIM to Big BIM Made Sense for Idle Architecture [08:46 pm] 0 responses
- May 10, 20 – Talking to 2019 Autodesk Innovator of the Year—Amr Raafat of Windover Construction [02:21 pm] 0 responses
- Mar 30, 20 – INSIDER: Introduction—A Focus on AAD (algorithms-aided design) in Architecture [09:20 pm] 0 responses
- Mar 30, 20 – INSIDER: Hypar Looks to Unlock AEC Industry Expertise via Computational Design Ecosystem [09:11 pm] 0 responses
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