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Bentley Systems IPO offers the global market investment opportunities in a CAD giant that dominates the infrastructure market.
ARP ArchitektenPartnerschaft with Vectorworks has benefitted from a scalable pathway to BIM, from little BIM to Big BIM with Open BIM.
Autodesk joins ODA to bring stronger IFC and interoperability improvements to Revit and its AEC products, strengthening the AEC industry.
Vectorworks launches new Vectorworks 2021 BIM and CAD product lineup with new focus on quality and performance and simplicity to empower designers.
Bentley moves closer to public stock offering by filing Form S-1 with the SEC. The offering may be waiting on infrastructure bill passage.
TRXL is the new podcast on how technology is changing the field of architecture. In this episode, Architosh’s editor is special guest.
SketchUp Studio 2020 provides accessible energy and daylighting analysis tools and Architosh gets into the details in this review.
Nemetschek challenges the status quo with new Integrated Design BIM workflows, streamlining workflows between architects and engineers.
Autodesk University this year will be held virtually. The November event will be free to everyone but registrations required to see the events online.
The report examines digital engineering from a number of different standpoints to push the adoption of digital engineering techniques.
The following is a preview of an exclusive feature that ran in the August issue of INSIDER Xpresso, Architosh’s free monthly newsletter.
The following is a preview of an exclusive article that ran in the July issue of INSIDER Xpresso, Architosh’s free monthly newsletter.
Nemetschek Group revenue proves stable, positive with high margins during the first half of the pandemic year—company diversities aiding German AEC giant.
Autodesk pens letter on Revit in response to British group—offers a detailed explanation of its development logic, promises a commitment to listening.
An Open Letter about Revit is aimed at Autodesk’s CEO by global British architecture firms asking for progress, fairer licensing, and true partnership.