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Newman Garrison + Partners (NG+P) is an award-winning greater Los Angeles area BIM-forward multi-discipline design firm. They speak to us about the evolution of digital technology in architecture.
Global Logistics Real Estate Giant Leveraging AI in Design & Construction with TestFit.
SketchUp’s 3D Warehouse gains new AI-powered image search speeding up architect and designer workflows.
BIM 2.0, AI (artificial intelligence), and talk of the Apple Vision Pro were highlighted points in multiple discussions with technology vendors at AIA23.
DBF is an AI-infused generative design platform that replaces legacy technologies to deliver faster, sustainable building design workflows.
Artificial intelligence in the global construction market is booming as major contractors look to offset labor and industry talent shortages.
Spacemaker AI doesn’t threaten architects as we know them. It simply makes Architecture even more impactful.
SimpleMachines and its new AI chip offer exciting option in the inference market, with radical new compiler approach and TensorFlow support.
The launch marks Nearmap as the first among aerial imagery providers to offer both AI analysis and high-definition, frequently updated aerial images on a commercial scale. It will allow users to automatically identify and analyze ground features, including residential building footprints and tree overhang, and detect change over time at massive scale and with incredible accuracy.
Prof. Georg Nemetschek establishes the Nemetschek Innovation Foundation in Munich, Germany, with the aim of supporting science and research in the industry with a focus on global industry leadership in artificial intelligence (AI) in construction.
What the Advanced Technology Group at Vectorworks is working on can excite the senses—especially for Vectorworks users!
Bricsys continues to push on its leadership front in the area of Machine Learning and AI in BIM but the big news this year was on the new Rhino 3D + Grasshopper integration that benefits not just BIM workflows but MCAD workflows as well. Zaha Hadid Architects and HOK were global design innovators presenting at the conference as well.
As AI and Machine Learning Penetrate the AEC industry with intensity in 2019, Architosh discusses the possible impacts of these technologies with five computational design experts already exploring their use in Architecture and Engineering sectors. This article first appeared in INSIDER Xpresso.
Siemens’ Digital Innovation Platform and NX software advance the design and engineering process by tapping into AI and Machine Learning within the context of their new Adaptive User Interface technology.
Every CAD or BIM user wants to know how their software provider is keeping tabs on what’s coming around the corner while also not losing focus on present-day concerns.
NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference (GTC) has rapidly become a must-attend event for those on the leading edge of technology. Beyond graphics, GPUs are powering and transforming Artificial Intelligence, Deep Learning, VR/AR/MR (realities) across a broad array of fields.
Andreessen Horowitz leads investment in Computer Vision and Artificial Intelligence disruptor, Doxel, of Palo Alto.
Autodesk Makes Investment in Boston-based Smartvid.io—Machine Learning Tech Startup in Construction Industry
Autodesk makes a strategic investment in Boston-based Smartvid.io—a machine learning based startup that makes intelligent use of industrial photography and videos in the construction industry.
Softbank’s CEO and chairman offers up exciting and even scary picture of the future 30 years out—says ARM will ship trillions of chips in IoT devices and these chips will one day have the IQ of 10,000.
To kick off the new year, Architosh looks at five emerging technology trends happening broadly across society and what their influence and impacts may be on the AEC industry and the professionals that drive it—including architects, builders, engineers and environmental stakeholders like the citizens of cities.
Craft Animations™ today announced the availability of its Craft Director Tools™ for users of MAXON CINEMA 4D.