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Autodesk Forge is the future for Autodesk’s Media & Entertainment industry products where the pandemic hyper-accelerated cloud workflows.
Autodesk introduces cloud-based tools to drive sustainable, resilient project outcomes for buildings and infrastructure.
Autodesk has made a key investment that promises to further close the feedback loop in AEC — from design to construction to operations and maintenance.
BIM technologies are giving the most famous cathedral in the French capital a fighting chance to return to visitors in time for the 2024 Olympic Games.
Part 2 of our SIGGRAPH report covers technologies from rendering to animation and beyond to the hardware to accelerate both.
Below we discuss our special feature in the upcoming INSIDER Xpresso newsletter—where we learn about Autodesk’s role in the Notre-Dame cathedral reconstruction efforts and its work on a BIM model and more.
Autodesk Tandem launches commercially — cloud-based platform for ‘digital twins’ set to transform AECOM inefficiencies.
Autodesk revenues for its first quarter of its fiscal 2022 increased 12 percent from year ago quarter, show solid future and fundamentals.
Autodesk co-sponsors and co-creates Co-Lab interactive exhibit for upcoming FUTURES exhibition at Smithsonian in Washington DC.
Revit 2022 is now available and offers the BIM market and its users more interoperability with other software systems and many improvements across a range of areas for multiple AEC disciplines.
Autodesk takes Innovyze into its family—adding critical digital twin tools for water infrastructure management and operations.
AutoCAD 2022 for Mac and AutoCAD LT 2022 for Mac offer ways to work more efficiently and more connected to data and teammates.
Autodesk Takeoff joins up with other Autodesk Construction Cloud software to empower estimating and BIM teams to work together and faster.
Maya 2020.4 features major new Bifrost updates to the popular 3D content creation program from Autodesk, empowering visual artists working across a multitude of 3D arts fields and industries.
Spacemaker is the big acquisition announced by Autodesk at AU 2020 this week. We discuss further details about Spacemaker and Autodesk’s intentions with it.