KENT, U.K. — AutoTrack 11 builds upon solid foundations as the latest major version of the world’s first swept path analysis software for modelling vehicle movements. Extending vehicle modeling and highway based design capabilities into the next generation; AutoTrack’s day to day role in worldwide project delivery has been consolidated by the inclusion of a new user centred feature-set of 2D and 3D technologies.
MADRID, SPAIN — BrickControl is a web software service that uses cloud computing technology to allow users to manage construction projects in a simple way. It covers all phases of the project, including budgeting, planning, estimates, execution and control. It is aimed at companies of all sizes whose activities relate to the building sector (construction companies, architects, engineers, reformers and other related activities).
SAN DIEGO — At the 2013 Esri User Conference, AeroMetric announced GeoApps, a new family of geospatial cloud solutions that operationalize geospatial data and services from their acquisition in any sensor through its deployment within the enterprise. GeoApps leverage AeroMetric’s capabilities in collection, processing, and Enterprise GIS as well as its end-markets expertise to transform traditional mapping deliverables into actionable decision-making and operational tools that are integrated in the client's work environment.
NORCROSS, GA. — Leica Geosystems hired Bradley E. Adams, P.E., as Mobile Mapping Manager, NAFTA. In his new role, Adams will apply his business development and executive management expertise to lead the implementation and strategic growth of Leica Geosystems’ innovative mobile mapping solutions.
HERK-DE-STAD, BELGIUM — The Nemetschek Structural Group announced the names of the nine jurors who will gather to assess all contest submissions in the biennial “Inspirations in Engineering” contest. Contest entries will be judged on their originality, level of difficulty, prestige and the innovative use of software. Special consideration goes to projects illustrating the best practical application of Open BIM.
SUNNYVALE, Calif. – Trimble introduced today the Spectra Precision RD20 wireless in-cab remote display, expanding its laser machine display portfolio for construction. The RD20 works with the new wireless LR laser receivers to provide grade information to help operators increase productivity and improve safety.
EXTON, PA. — Bentley Systems, Incorporated announced the immediate availability of Bentley Utilities Designer, a comprehensive application for the streamlined design and management of electric, gas, water, and wastewater utility networks. The new software advances the building information modeling (BIM) objectives of faster/earlier design decisions and the creation of better-performing, intelligent utility infrastructure through the use of information modeling.
VANCOUVER, B.C. — S-FRAME Software Inc. announced the point release of S-FRAME Structural Office R11. This point release, now available to new and existing customers, provides updates such as Composite Beam Design, Revit 2014 support, additional Tekla Bi-Directional support features, and updated S-CALC interface features to Revit and Tekla.
EXTON, PA. — Bentley Systems, Incorporated announced that the Thames Tideway Tunnel team has standardized on Bentley’s ProjectWise to provide collaboration, work sharing, and engineering content management for Thames Water’s Thames Tideway Tunnel project. The project is designed to address the issue of combined sewage discharges from London’s Victorian-era sewer system that enter the tidal River Thames, and thereby enhance water quality and help sustain the river for future generations. CH2M HILL is serving as program manager for the $6.1 billion project.
PALO ALTO, Calif. – Artec will integrate AICON's ScanReference photogrammetry solution with Artec Eva and Spider 3D scanners. This will allow users to attain higher accuracy in their results which then can be used in such industrial spheres as quality assurance, mass production and metrology.
Win More Work with Innovative Approaches to Project Proposals Thursday, June 27th, 2013
How can you make your project proposals stand out in order to win work without losing time and money?
In this presentation, you’ll learn about new ways to quickly create more realistic proposals of design alternatives that demonstrate a better understanding of project needs, more clearly explain project designs, and help you win work.
Get to 30% Design Faster Thursday, August 8th, 2013
Once you win an infrastructure project, how does your team provide owners, review agencies, clients and other stakeholders with a more solid understanding of your design intent?
This webcast presentation will present innovative approaches that show how you can easily combine 2D CAD, GIS, raster, and 3D models, enabling you to accelerate your infrastructure design process. It will also show how you can easily use rich visualizations to validate design decisions faster.
Get to “Yes” Faster with Agency and Community Stakeholders Thursday, September 12th, 2013
Review agencies need to understand and approve projects before they can be built, but the approval process is often slow and linear. Non-technical public stakeholders, such as surrounding residents and business owners, struggle understanding 2D plans and their confusion can lead to expensive roadblocks.
Learn how you can use compelling simulations and animated 3D visualizations to better communicate project alternatives and community impact in a format that is more interactive and easily understood by agencies and non-technical audiences alike.
The Autodesk BIM Specialist Certification for Roads and Highways: A Quick Spin Thursday, October 24th, 2013
Learn more about the Autodesk BIM Specialist Certification for Roads and Highways using the Autodesk® Infrastructure Design Suite 2014. We’ll give you information about:
• The authorized training guide
• The certification exam
• Learning objectives
• A BIM workflow for road and highway design
Using the training guide, you will learn how to employ a BIM process using the tools in the Autodesk Infrastructure Design Suite in order to more fully realize the benefits of this intelligent, model-based approach: better understanding of the project, improved accuracy and efficiency, and more agility to respond quickly to changes at anytime, anywhere.
Practical Workflows for the Civil Engineer Thursday, December 12th, 2013
You are already creating rich 3D models, but how can you more fully leverage this model to enhance every phase of infrastructure project workflow?
This webcast will show you how to use your rich, 3D models to gain greater visibility into projects, develop deeper insights into constructability, and identify and resolve issues virtually before breaking ground.