Want to turn a project “smart?” You don’t have to be a techie. CEDIA Content Director, Ed Wenck, reports on the key to successful tech integration within our built environments.
The outbreak of COVID-19 has caused an estimated 900 million people around the world to remain at home.
This time last month many had never contemplated working from home for long periods of time, now it is our new normal. While collaboration technology is not new for the architecture, building, construction and design industry, it is only now that a third of the population are in lock down, tools such a bluebeam’s Revu are being put to good use.
Autodesk has offered free and extended access to cloud collaboration products to support its customers’ changing needs and minimise downtime during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Reducing waste, delays and emissions from building projects is the focus of a collaborative initiative between 30 industry partners.
Wearables have the potential to transform the construction industry through the ability to improve safety and efficiency for workers.
Sometimes it takes a tech-friendly engineer to understand the value and applicability of new or relevant architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) tech tools.
The Wild for Autodesk’s BIM 360 Allows AEC Teams to Collaborate on BIM Content in VR/AR from Anywhere
Portland, OR – October 22, 2019 – VR/AR collaboration platform The Wild released an integration with Autodesk BIM 360®
How are the integrated BIM tools for building design, civil infrastructure, and construction from Autodesk being used across the world?
Collaboration between departments and across Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) organisations of all kinds has been one of the main challenges that the Autodesk’s AEC Collection and BIM 360 have solved
Today’s technological trend is rapidly growing and at an increasing rate. It is transforming the building industry landscape with businesses consistently expanding their architectural and engineering capabilities.