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Bentley’s Annual Year in Infrastructure — Going Digital Awards conference wrapped up in October. Jury member and Architosh senior associate editor, Pete Evans wraps the major details from the world’s top infrastructure digital technologies event.
Bentley announces Year in Infrastructure and Going Digital Awards finalists — spans global infrastructure projects.
Nemetschek Group Q1 2021 financials support a continued growth trajectory driven by the transition to subscription and SaaS licensing models.
OpenSite Designer uniquely integrates modeling, optimization, and automated deliverables to accelerate digital twin advancements for civil site designers.
A new web-based 3D CAD system from Spain emerges as CIVIGNER and is being shown this week at a Barcelona conference as its big debut. We have the story.
OpenBuildings Station Designer uniquely integrates multidisciplinary design and simulation for rail and transit stations.
Dynamo for Civil 3D helps Autodesk’s key infrastructure package enter the next era of civil design.
Autodesk releases updates to its infrastructure design and engineering products—InfraWorks 360 and Civil 3D 2019.
Autodesk University 2017 was a massive success and one of the noteworthy partnerships announced between Autodesk BIM platform and Esri caught the spotlight.
Nemetschek’s ALLPLAN acquires BTG IT & Consulting GmbH as it positions Allplan Engineering for BIM-based Infrastructure market leadership.
Autodesk announces finalists for 2016 AEC Excellence Awards Competition.
Philip D. Allsopp has a counter-intuitive passion for saving architecture’s past by using the most state-of-the-art technologies available. And as part of this endeavor he is a leader in the emerging HBIM field—using BIM technology to address the heritage building industry.
Chances are good that you aren’t aware that Trimble Navigation is as big as Autodesk. Or that the $2.5 billion a year company is starting to envision itself a bit like IBM for the AEC industry—a perfect partner to everyone—specializing in tying “tool chains” together in both software and hardware. In this feature interview we gain a glimpse of some of Trimble’s industry perspectives…on SketchUp, Connect and that new craze about VR.
Siemens and Bentley partner on collaboration between process industry tools