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BIM has become a ubiquitous tool in the construction industry, for digital construction and project management,
Bentley Systems has just released its iTwin carbon assessment tools. These enable designers continuously to quantify the carbon dioxide their projects produce.
BMW uses 2023 GTC Conference to announce its expanded use of the NVIDIA Omniverse digital twin platform for future production plants.
NVIDIA Omniverse expands in multiple directions from the larger ecosystem of connectors to Omniverse Cloud and deepening Omniverse partnerships.
Bentley Systems announces its acquisition of Oregon-based EasyPower.
FNOB is the first opera house in the world to use Varjo immersive technology throughout the production of its latest opera performance.
Autodesk announces Tandem digital twin facility monitoring beta program, offering near real-time monitoring.
AMC Bridge expert discussions continue with the “Path to Digital Twins – Hype vs Reality” webinar.
As Nearabl adopts Bentley iTwin, it extends the use of its technology within the global infrastructure, construction, and design industries.
Xpresso returns this month after a one-month gap due to unforeseen circumstances—free newsletter is read by executives in over 75 percent of the AEC/O industries’ top software companies.
Matterport introduces its all-new Matterport Pro3 camera, together with major updates to its digital twin platform. The Matterport Pro3 Camera is the one of the world’s most advanced 3D capture devices.
AKULAR has just announced the release of AKULAR TWIN, a lightweight mobile application built upon Bentley Systems iTwin platform.
USD gets a boost from NVIDIA with new partners and industrial extension of the open format for next generation metaverse and AI.
EarthCam 4D is the novel solution that synchronizes time-sequenced images to 4D planning models for construction professionals.
With industry customers spanning from architects to owners and with different levels of digital maturity, Autodesk’s investments in digital twins and post-construction technology are aimed at closing the feedback loop in AECOM.
Autodesk introduces cloud-based tools to drive sustainable, resilient project outcomes for buildings and infrastructure.
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.
Layer App emerges as a powerful AECOM and CAFM tool precisely because users have flexible and fluid control over building data linked to BIM.
Bentley makes two acquisitions to further its iTwins and digital twins strategy with smart infrastructure solutions.
Infrastructure is coming to the world of NVIDIA Omniverse technology—Bentley Systems connects iTwins platform to NVIDIA’s real-time platform.
Autodesk takes Innovyze into its family—adding critical digital twin tools for water infrastructure management and operations.
Autodesk launches Tandem and enters the Digital Twins platform market to help building owners gain lifecycle efficiencies in AEC.
Spacewell’s Axxerion software to be used in new corporate headquarters in Singapore for Belgian-based TÜV SÜD.
2021 Tech Trends explores impacts and accelerations of both CAD/3D and larger ICT trends, with key input from CAD and 3D industry executives.
Bentley moves closer to public stock offering by filing Form S-1 with the SEC. The offering may be waiting on infrastructure bill passage.
IMERZA has created a world-first XR-based digital twin for Tampa’s Water Street development, leveraging Unreal Engine at its core.
The virtual Year in Infrastructure 2020 Conference provides complimentary access to a wide range of content relevant to infrastructure professionals in every role and at every phase of the infrastructure lifecycle.
This latest news underscores Bentley’s commitment to advancing open-source platform for digital twins.
This feature—which was originally published in our free monthly newsletter (INSIDER Xpresso) several weeks ago—focuses in on what we learned from the Bentley 2019 Year In Infrastructure Conference, held in Singapore, this past October. The key innovations we want to talk about from that conference center around “digital twins,” but we also want to highlight some stunning facts about the size and growth of the global infrastructure market. Some of these are “head-spinning” and hard to fathom, but nonetheless absolutely true.