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Learn more about Autodesk’s views on future AEC development working across platforms, including Mac.
APIs can open more than just Revit—generating productivity gains by delivering a customizable flexible production system for AEC—and synergizing with larger ICT innovations.
Less a revolt and more a signal, the current groundswell of protest over Revit is actually a symptom of a larger looming change.
The signs that a one-size-fits-all type of platform would never work for the AEC industry goes back decades.
Autodesk’s CEO looks beyond the controversy and aims to foster confidence in its long-term vision for architects.
TRXL is the new podcast on how technology is changing the field of architecture. In this episode, Architosh’s editor is special guest.
The following is a preview of an exclusive feature that ran in the August issue of INSIDER Xpresso, Architosh’s free monthly newsletter.
Autodesk pens letter on Revit in response to British group—offers a detailed explanation of its development logic, promises a commitment to listening.
An Open Letter about Revit is aimed at Autodesk’s CEO by global British architecture firms asking for progress, fairer licensing, and true partnership.
Dynamo automation helps Stamhuis—a leading retailer in Europe—build customized, powerful, and efficient Revit workflows, improving BIM and project delivery.
Member Access—(emTech) Section Plus is our new exclusive that builds off of what we shared in Xpresso #17. We offer deeper content on computational design, robotics, AI, and more.
Unity announces Unity Reflect with Navisworks support, among other features.
Trained as an architect, Amr talks to us about Windover Construction’s award-winning project and the innovations at his company using VDC technologies like Hololens and drones.
The app’s new variety of project templates and robust suite of team communication tools can be used during any phase of a building project
Autodesk expands reach with BIM 360 Design and new Europe Data Center. Addresses the needs of design professionals working from home and remote locations during the COVID-19 pandemic.