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In just over a half-decade this young German software company has more than 100,000 customers utilizing its range of engineering analysis software, distributed through a SaaS model through the web.
Autodesk University 2017 was a massive success and one of the noteworthy partnerships announced between Autodesk BIM platform and Esri caught the spotlight.
The Nemetschek Group has added another AEC software player from the United States to its roster—acquiring US leading structural engineering software RISA.
There is a new cloud-based web-served structural engineering solution, and it looks very good.
Architosh has event news for both Autodesk and Vectorworks. Upcoming road show focuses on plastic mold design using Moldflow from Autodesk. Vectorworks has an upcoming BIM webinar.
SCIA announces winners of its 2017 user contests for structural and civil engineers.
The Nemetschek Group’s SCIA subsidiary has unveiled the new SCIA Engineer 17 for the structural engineering analysis and design software market.
Onshape is the only professional 3D CAD system to offer sheet metal designers and manufacturers simultaneous and synchronized flat, folded, and tabular views. New Sheet Metal Design Tools coming to Onshape in upcoming release offer the Cambridge-based MCAD startup another industry leading edge.
Two Nemetschek Group BIM companies will host inaugural Concrete Buildings and BIM Workshop to advanced BIM in the concrete delivery process.
In an industry first, global AEC engineering firm Thornton Tomasetti has spun out its R&D groups, including CORE studio, to form a privately-held software engineering firm advancing leading edge solutions for both the main company and the industry at large.
Nemetschek Scia partners with A&S Virtual Systems to accelerate BIM adoption and Eurocodes in Finland
Design engineers generate dramatically lighter concepts with minimal stress using solidThinking Inspire 9.5
iPad 2 stands to continue its dominance and transform opportunities in enterprise, engineering and CAD. Who wins, how and why? We asked Charles Edge to help us clarify the issues.