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AGACAD Smart Documentation is designed to simplify and automate the preparation of documents and drawings created in Autodesk’s Revit.
Ideate’s Explorer significantly improves the way it manages the warnings generated by Autodesk’s Revit BIM software.
Cylindo is the latest Chaos 3D software company acquisition following Render Legion and the Enscape merger—a major event for the Bulgaria-based company.
This BIM expert and architect share his insights on the challenges of adopting BIM—from economic to firm cultural considerations.
Apple Silicon support, deeper AEC technologies, and new analysis and simulation acquisitions are just some of the developments propelling Tech Soft 3D’s software kits that power leading AEC and MCAD industry solutions.
AMD-powered workstations from Dell are powering AE firm US-based CESO delivering faster multi-application workflows for clients.
Matterport to host Space Jam virtual AEC industry event where four platform partners will demo their solutions.
AGACAD Sandwich Panels brings a powerful collection of features for automation, efficient modeling, design, and output to Autodesk Revit.
V-Ray 5 for Revit, update 2 boast new linked doc replacements, expanded real-time support and a new scatter tool for better rendering.
BIM is becoming more central to Graebert’s ARES Commander. The latest technologies are aimed at the realities of drawings production.
Have you ever wanted a robot to stay at the firm all night and grind out all the tedious Revit model coordination work? If so, it’s time you meet IMAGINiT Clarity
AMD Viewport Boost is intelligent innovation from AMD that minimizes the wait time slices that dominate a BIM user’s day, worth real money!
ODA BIM technologies provide larger AEC industry with more interoperability thanks to new support for Revit 2022 files and data structure.
BIM technologies are giving the most famous cathedral in the French capital a fighting chance to return to visitors in time for the 2024 Olympic Games.
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.