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Newforma unveils its new branding and details its cloud-based project information manager, Newforma Konekt.
Autodesk Forma is on its way, says the US CAD giant. Spacemaker-based Forma industry cloud for AEC marks an inflection point for the company.
NVIDIA Omniverse expands in multiple directions from the larger ecosystem of connectors to Omniverse Cloud and deepening Omniverse partnerships.
Accelerating modern workflow processes today requires the agility and connectivity that only cloud-connected applications can deliver. AutoCAD on the web and on mobile is at the heart of these case studies, precisely showing such acceleration.
New features in Vectorworks Cloud Services and Nomad mobile app leverage new advanced Apple technologies for reality capture, more…
Vectorworks Cloud Services has more capabilities than many people realize, including industry-unique technologies that let Mac users benefit from Windows hardware and Windows users benefit from Apple’s avant-garde software. And that’s just the cherry on the proverbial ice cream sundae!
The AEC industry is on the cusp of necessary dramatic change due to maturing technical paradigms, economic realities, changing cultural perspectives, and pressing environmental and geo-political realities.
Good UX (user-experience) design is paramount in successful BIM applications and UX design practices will improve outcomes in BIM industry.
AMD boasts new capacity for Radeon ProRender plugin — enables design and visualization for Inventor for Amazon EC2 G4ad instances. Enterprises can utilize and deploy cloud-based and hybrid-cloud workflow models delivering workstation-class, hardware-accelerated raytracing workflows to remote workers via the cloud.
Autodesk Tandem launches commercially — cloud-based platform for ‘digital twins’ set to transform AECOM inefficiencies.
Bimplus gains improved handling of BIM models as well as document management and integration for guest viewers.
Trimble Connect is an open collaboration platform for design and construction that connects project stakeholders with the data they need to inform decisions and improve team efficiency.
ARES Kudo can help those working with (.dwg) native files in any industry where remote access is critical for business continuity during this global pandemic crisis.
Berlin, Germany-based Graebert, has announced major updates to its ARES CAD software technologies at its annual conference held there this month. Here is a brief summary of the big news.
Autodesk closes acquisition of BuildingConnected in All Cash Deal.
Autodesk and Dropbox’s new AutoCAD Integration offers users of both products to instantly launch DWG files inside of Dropbox. The integration launches AutoCAD web app inside a new browser tab.
In this news and analysis report, we discuss Autodesk’s Forge Platform—where it has been in 2018 and what’s new and some examples from Autodesk University 2018.
Graebert achieves AWS Industrial Software Competency accreditation marking its status as an industrial cloud-based software provider helping companies innovate at the highest level of innovation.
Onshape adds powerful and industry-first features to Onshape Enterprise. Enterprise integrations and real-time, unprecedented visibility top of the agenda in this offering.
SimScale is an industry leader in cloud-native engineering simulation technology, based in Germany but now possibly growing in the Boston region with a key new executive added to the team.
The architect’s job can be measured in difficulty across two spectrums of challenges. How do the new developing CDE (common data environment) cloud solutions address these two sets of complexities and are you sure you are using the correct CDE for your practice?
Moving AEC companies into BIM solutions isn’t the big problem anymore for the Nemetschek Group, rather it’s moving its customers into common data environments where project stakeholders can extract maximum value inherent in the exchange of information.
Vectorworks’s cloud technology has garnered a Hammers Award by Construction Computing Magazine at its annual AEC technology award gala in the UK.
New Connect and Construct Exchange partner program tames construction app chaos.
There is a new cloud-based web-served structural engineering solution, and it looks very good.
solidThinking Inc. wasn’t really dropping support for macOS in their latest Inspire release, they were merely gearing up for solidThinking Inspire Unlimited their full-featured cloud-based generative design platform.
Pasadena-based Bluebeam, Inc., a thriving AEC software developer—and a subsidiary of German AEC software holdings giant Nemetschek SE—has established a Boston office. New job posts there signal new development directions.
AEC industry cloud-based software upstart, CloudCities, advances its offering with new IFC BIM model integration features, private scenes and attribute editor.
Trimble’s SketchUp is on the web—implemented in the modern web browser—and users are invited into a free open beta to evaluate it for commercial use.
Autodesk announces big layoffs on the horizon but the company says it has nothing to do with macro or company based economics. Instead, the downsizing is in response to its move to the cloud.
Parallels delivers on bringing more options for companies to serve up Windows-based apps and Windows desktops to any type of computer and device around the world. This new solution may be considered for those trying to access Windows-based CAD solutions.
Trimble has updated its Trimble Connect AEC cloud-based collaboration platform with new modern user interface touches and new format support.
Legendary Silicon Valley innovator and venture capitalist firm comes on board cloud-based MCAD disruptor Onshape with $80 million financing round. Onshape utterly destroys the old platform hegemony pressures in the CAD world, opening up innovative design work across multiple OSs and mobile devices as well.
Onshape, being the only professional 3D CAD system running on iPads and iPhones, will be the perfect match for the new business focused iPad Pro 12.9 inch screen with increased compute and graphics power when it is released in November.
A new cloud platform called Frame is emerging this year as the most powerful option to create, access and manage a virtual Windows workstation or virtual desktop in the cloud—from just about any modern web browser on any device. Recently Architosh spoke with Nikola Bozinovic, CEO of Frame, to discuss his company’s offering and the larger trend afoot in the IT industry and what impact it may have on Apple’s Mac customers.
Frame’s technology has been employed at major Mac developer Adobe for quite some time, while major CAD companies like Siemens and Nemetschek have ongoing trials or studies behind the scenes.
Frame started with the software vendors, like Adobe, but the company today has announced a $10 M funding round and release date for its Frame Personal and Frame Business end-user model launch in early July. The public beta will allow users to test out Frame’s technology for the first time without using the invite process which has been open for months.
ArchiSnapper is a powerful tool for architects which takes away the time and effort required for producing field reports and completing site surveys.
Hot new little CAD startup by SolidWorks vets, OnShape, has partnered with Germany’s well-regarded Graebert GmbH to license the former’s secret Cloud CAD technology.
OnShape’s big press coverage this week has required the response of market leading CAD company Autodesk to rightfully respond. But in doing so, has the response merely signaled the significance this company poses in the market? In the end it probably doesn’t matter much. And the loser in this story isn’t going to be likely either of these companies. One thing is for sure, we know exactly why Apple wins.
Trimble announced Trimble ProjectSight, a cloud-based solution for construction field management that simplifies the creation, access and sharing of project information between the field and the office.
PlanGrid’s new RFI module tackles the time-wasting RFI process from within the context of a drawing collaboration and centralized storage app, offering advantages not seen in other solutions.
OTOY opens beta of X.IO App Streaming services to developers worldwide—Windows apps served to any OS
OTOY’s technology promises to liberate Windows applications from the constraints of the Windows OS platform and their devices—delivering key applications and games to users on any device worldwide. This marks a major opportunity for developers to reach more audience with existing code bases onto platforms like Apple’s Mac OS X and mobile platforms like iOS and Android.
Trimble releases brand new SketchUp 2015—the second release of SketchUp this year!
GRAPHISOFT offers free update to its BIMcloud and BIMx Docs to offer further workflow integration between the two, allowing mobile users to further participate in collaboration via BIMcloud’s infrastructure
Autodesk announces Autodesk Fusion 360 for Mac App Store – Says ‘Our Global Community Loves the Mac’
Autodesk notes that its users are increasingly using Apple’s Mac platform and that it was time for Autodesk Fusion 360 to get on the Mac App Store
New OnShape MCAD and product design and engineering solutions aim to rival leading SolidWorks and get this—they are created by the original SolidWorks team!
SIG: OTOY expands OctaneRender integration with NUKE, Houdini, MotionBuilder, Unreal Engine 4 and more
OTOY announces expansive OctaneRender integration with NUKE, Houdini, MotionBuilder, Unreal Engine 4 and other tools…new support for holographic video production
SIG: OTOY announces new X.IO App Streaming services to bring Windows CAD and 3D apps to Mac and other platforms
OTOY announces new X.IO App Streaming to bring anywhere access to Windows graphics intensive apps to any device via the Web
Nemetschek Vectorworks, Inc. and Asite of London have partnered on improving coordination of BIM-based workflows through Asite’s cloud-based platform
This new architectural and schematic design software tool–Archetris–offers its users a scaled cloud-based approach to simple and efficient programming phase work…
Architosh is in Japan covering live GRAPHISOFT’S big announcement about its new “BIMcloud” technology and offering. The Hungarian software innovator has again introduced industry firsts to the AEC software market
Architosh explores the OTOY Octane Cloud Workstation via Amazon EC2 Instances — a Technology Preview is showing developers and press how the future of the cloud may play out for CAD and 3D
Far more powerful processing in the cloud is the primary benefit in the new update to Vectoworks Cloud Services and Nomad v.2.6
Nemetschek bim+ has officially launched and with a very capable online and iPad based collaboration suite of BIM tools
GrabCAD and Lagoa–two cloud-based innovators in the world of CAD and 3D–have partnered to deliver advanced Lagoa-powered rendering directly within GrabCAD
Autodesk talks to Architosh about its Revit on Amazon G2 instances Developer Technology Preview and what this might mean for Autodesk product strategies in the future
New open solution bim+ revolutionizes working with BIM models in AECO industry. Innovative bim+ apps help build and design better and faster
Amazon and Nvidia enable new EC2 GPU Instance Type – Brings powerful CAD/3D apps to the masses via the Cloud
Amazon’s new EC2 GPU Instance Type will power next-generation of CAD/3D apps in the cloud
Autodesk, OTOY, Amazon Web Services and Nvidia provide the new abilities to power Revit–along with 3ds Max–on Apple and other platforms for the first time