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Trimble Technology Lab to bring innovative new research and learning space to Purdue’s new technology hub or students and researchers.
SketchUp’s 3D Warehouse gains new AI-powered image search speeding up architect and designer workflows.
BIM leaders, 3D leaders, and AI and AR technologies are in focus from our AIA23 SF.
Tekla 2023 structural BIM software raises the standard for automated and connected workflows across construction projects.
SketchUp for iPad is the latest SketchUp application from Trimble complementing Sketchup for Web and the desktop versions.
3D Basecamp set to shine in beautiful Vancouver — Trimble’s annual user event boasts 2,000 attendees, over 100 speakers and sessions, expo!
PreDesign is a web app included with Trimble’s SketchUp Pro and Architosh takes a detailed look at its benefits to architects.
SketchUp Studio is newly focused on design and visualization—coming with V-Ray rendering integration along with native point cloud support.
A look at SketchUp 2021 and its Live Components and climate design features.
We have CAD/3D News Tidbits: Vectorworks 2017 at GREENBUILD 2016, Autodesk Fusion adds PLM, and Tekla has introduced major updates to their product line.
Worldclass BIM event set to take center stage in Copenhagen in November—Nordic BIM Academy Copenhagen 2016
Autodesk and Trimble sign interoperability agreement that covers both IFC and API and developer tools exchange.
We begin our AIA Expo show floor reports series with the largest companies showing their software wares to architects at this year’s 2016 AIA Convention.
CAD News: PTC sponsors leading tech startup event in Massachusetts aimed at finding great new tech in areas related to its MCAD base, including AR and IoT; plus Vectorworks and Asite headline next Build Earth Live, a project involving a Hyperloop; and finally we have news on Trimble Connect’s latest updates.
Trimble acquires London and New York based Sefaira, new buy adds leading building performance software tools to Trimble’s growing war-chest.
Buildings are complex things but the tools that all stakeholders will engage in will succeed best when they are simpler. There’s no monopoly of good ideas around the construction site so why should digital tools AECO users employ remain complex when evidence shows that simpler digital tools are easier to share?
Turning mechanical CAD into intelligent BIM objects. BIMscript™ and LENA is a technology and a solution designed to streamline and accelerate the process of BIM content creation. This delivers both an open and freely available scripting language as well as a BIM object authoring solution.
In this show floor report we’ll cover the news and items shown at AIA Atlanta by three of the Big Four AEC software companies and include our notes from our meetings with these companies. We had three separate meetings with Autodesk alone, a meeting each with Trimble and each of the Nemetschek Group companies Graphisoft and Nemetschek Vectorworks Inc.
Trimble introduced the first major update to its mobile SketchUp Viewer app for iOS and Android in Atlanta last week. New highlights include connections to Trimble Connect and a lot more.
Trimble introduces an update to 3D Warehouse, its online platform for sharing and downloading free 3D models and materials. A key component of the SketchUp 3D modeling software, 3D Warehouse connects designers to free, high-quality 3D content.
Trimble announced Trimble ProjectSight, a cloud-based solution for construction field management that simplifies the creation, access and sharing of project information between the field and the office.
In this report we look back at the year’s biggest news for our coverage markets and make some predictions of what to watch in 2015.
In this special feature interview, John Bacus of Trimble’s SketchUp division talks to Architosh about the latest SketchUp 2015—the second release of the product in one year—and helps put the product into the larger Trimble context–particularly Trimble Connect.
Trimble releases brand new SketchUp 2015—the second release of SketchUp this year!
The most famous living architect, Frank Gehry, has stated that he believed his real legacy was how his Gehry Technologies company was helping to transform the practice of architecture on a global scale. Today, Autodesk’ largest competitor just announced it has acquired Gehry Technologies, a global AEC software and consulting services company involved in many of the largest construction projects in the world.
In this product review Architosh looks at the new Trimble SketchUp Pro 2014, with a particular emphasis on its new BIM worthy features in open schema support and IFC 2×3 export options.
Nemetschek AG Joins buildingSMART International’s Strategic Advisory Council for Better Interoperability
Nemetschek AG, parent company of 12 leading AECM software companies has joined the new buildingSMART Strategic Advisory Council
We look discuss our meeting with Trimble at AIA where we got our first hand view of Project Tango development for the company. In this article we talk about the tech behind Project Tango and its relationship with Apple
Mac and iOS CAD/3D News: We have tidbits on plugin updates for Maxwell render for bonsai 3D, Trimble buying up a BIM MEP consultant player, news on the latest NX update and more…
Trimble updates Field Link software and announces collaboration with Bentley on i-model technology integration
Over the years Architosh has had the distinct pleasure of unique discourse with the folks behind SketchUp. From our early beginnings together we often manage to get the story that nobody else gets. In this special feature we are going to combine some insights from general SketchUp talk over the past year with a recent discussion–with John Bacus–of the latest version’s new features.
A long awaited iPad app for the popular Trimble SketchUp 3D application has arrived at 3D Basecamp 2014
Trimble launches new SketchUp 2014…offers speed improvements in rendered views and many new features including a WebGL based preview engine for 3D Warehouse
Notes and pictures from AIA Denver in and around the conventional hall
Architosh highlights BEST of SHOW for computer software for architects at the 2013 AIA National Convention in Denver
Trimble’s SketchUp 2013 is now officially announced with more details about its features and plans and about its new Extension Warehouse
AIA Show Floor Pictures and Notes in this second report
Trimble buys SketchUp from Google