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The future of Bentley’s ProjectWise 365 looks bright—technical advances, standards adoption, and carry-over from traditional ProjectWise customers all suggest good things for Bentley.
ARCHICAD users working from home can use BIMcloud as a Service to effectively work together as an integrated team regardless of project size or location of team members.
PlanGrid Connect offers users time-saving SaaS integrations enabling companies in AEC to build highly specific inter-app integrations that send data back and forth between design and build teams using entirely different workflows. It is a system that reflects the theme of convergence happening in AEC.
Autodesk closes acquisition of BuildingConnected in All Cash Deal.
The two companies will be looking to create a Digital Marketplace for the Global Construction Industry.
A new SaaS tool aimed at project management for architects and engineers has arrived this year and offers clarity and an evolving list of cloud tool integrations.
OpenCities Planner takes advantage of city-scale reality models to span GIS and BIM
SaaS tool SimScale, the world’s first web-based CAE software is now at version 2.0—powerful new performance features and improved UI/UX.
There is a new cloud-based web-served structural engineering solution, and it looks very good.
Getting a high-quality 3D city model within weeks is no easy feat. But with the power of software and high-resolution satellite imagery, it’s now possible and delivered within CityPlanner software.
Autodesk has participated in a Series A funding round for ManufactOn—Boston based startup aims to simplify supply-chain management for AEC industry with a cloud-based platform.
solidThinking Inc. wasn’t really dropping support for macOS in their latest Inspire release, they were merely gearing up for solidThinking Inspire Unlimited their full-featured cloud-based generative design platform.
Vectorworks taps into upstart AEC industry real-time web-based collaboration tool Modelo.
One of the most dramatically different CAD products in history has finally launched as a ‘commercial’ offering as Cambridge, based Onshape sets sail after 400,000 hours of beta tester usage.
Frame started with the software vendors, like Adobe, but the company today has announced a $10 M funding round and release date for its Frame Personal and Frame Business end-user model launch in early July. The public beta will allow users to test out Frame’s technology for the first time without using the invite process which has been open for months.