Archives for Nemetschek Group
The Nemetschek Group’s SCIA subsidiary has unveiled the new SCIA Engineer 17 for the structural engineering analysis and design software market.
Attendees may have been looking for deeper learning sessions, as new agenda pointedly shows changes to the conference formula.
The Nemetschek Group presents a unified front at the 2017 AIA National Convention—for the first time.
Does Vectorworks Architect 2017 match up to the tremendous volume of new innovations in last year’s upgrade? In this in-depth product review, architect John Helm takes a look at all the new features and improvements.
Bluebeam Revu 2016.5.2 updates doesn’t just squash bugs—new update supports new Microsoft Surface Studio all-in-one computer. This one will make Apple Mac users in the AEC industry jealous!
The program answers an overwhelming demand from emerging and start-up architecture firms for access to and assistance with migrating to a BIM workflow.
New annual release features robust new Resource Manager, stunning new performance speed-ups, virtual reality (VR) support, a suite of new irrigation tools, support for native Revit file format, and broad collection of BIM-centric enhancements.
In this featured video, Architosh showcases all the new great features in the new Vectorworks 2017 product range, including some BIM interoperability capabilities including native Revit import.
Worldclass BIM event set to take center stage in Copenhagen in November—Nordic BIM Academy Copenhagen 2016
Nemetschek Group continues to propel itself to record financials on the basis of sound if not brilliant US-based acquisitions.
The Nemetschek Group has snatched up another American software company…this time Design Data the makers of the popular BIM-based SDS/2 software for steel design.
Maxon announces new Cinema 4D R18 during SIGGRAPH week. You can now do non-destructive destructions using new technology, plus cool interactive knife tools for modeling and a whole lot more.
The Germany, Munich-based, Nemetschek Group is flourishing, driving the strongest growth in the AECO software industry after a string of brilliant software acquisitions. But all of this success has largely been driven without the benefit of a full-time, directed strategy group. Now the AECO software multinational—the smallest of the Big 4 global AECO software companies —is setting up a global strategy group in Washington, DC.
Architosh kicks off the first of a series of articles on what was shown and discussed at this year’s Vectorworks Design Summit.
Scia has announced the new SCIA Engineer 16, IFC certified Open BIM structural modeling, analysis, design, code checking and reporting software for structural engineering workflows in AEC.