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2019 AEC Excellence Award winners demonstrate pioneering innovation in project delivery in AEC domains.
Autodesk announces finalists for 2019 AEC Excellence Awards.
Autodesk has partnered with the US Department of Energy (DOE) and National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), making Revit more integrated with EnergyPlus—the industry’s leading building energy systems simulation engine and OpenStudio SDK.
Building on the momentum of product consolidation, new Autodesk integration instantly pushes critical preconstruction data from BuildingConnected to PlanGrid, saving time and reducing mistakes.
This year in Los Angeles SIGGRAPH 2019 had an evolving twist in the format of the conference, with many more companies opting to host their wares in private rooms. Regardless, there was a slew of exciting announcements in software and hardware at the biggest computer graphics conference in the world.
Autodesk collaborates with Volkswagen Group on generative design in electric showcase Microbus.
Autodesk intros powerful construction cost management module built into its BIM 360 platform.
Autodesk has released the new Revit 2020 for the AEC industry, offering architects, engineers, and designers new capabilities and substantial enhancements.
New release of Autodesk 3ds Max 2020 packs a punch with improved content creation and design visualization toolset.
Arnold now brings artists the power and flexibility of CPU and GPU rendering in a single renderer.
PlanGrid Connect offers users time-saving SaaS integrations enabling companies in AEC to build highly specific inter-app integrations that send data back and forth between design and build teams using entirely different workflows. It is a system that reflects the theme of convergence happening in AEC.
Autodesk updates Revit to 2019.2 and includes new connection features for BIM 360 Design platform as well as several sets of design-side features for all disciplines.
Autodesk closes acquisition of BuildingConnected in All Cash Deal.
Maya 2019 boasts new tools for enhanced and faster performance, improved working environment and high-quality previews for an improved artists pipeline.
Two CAD industry executives from Autodesk and TechSoft 3D discuss leading technology trends for 2019. We look at five tech trends from Machine Learning to Industrialized Construction.