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September 5, 2012

» Autodesk releases Revit LT, a simplified version of Revit   Autodesk

Autodesk has released Autodesk Revit LT software, a new addition to its award winning family of Revit software products. Designed for architects, designers and building industry professionals using 2D workflows who are looking to transition to the Building Information Modeling (BIM) process, Autodesk Revit LT delivers a focused 3D application to help users create higher-quality and more accurate designs and documentation.


September 4, 2012

» Tekla bestows user awards at annual meeting   Tekla

A multi-use sports arena, power generating station flow control structure, and a Canadian major events stadium were all winners in Tekla's 2012 North America BIM Awards. Each year Tekla hosts a North America BIM Award competition open to all Tekla users who have modeled projects with the software during the preceding year. The BIM Awards competition is held in conjunction with Tekla's Annual North America User Meeting, which this year took place in Orlando, Florida, August 15-17.


August 27, 2012

» Trimble acquires TMW Systems for $335 million   Trimble

AEC hardware and software provider Trimble Navigation Ltd.acquired trucking software firm TMW Systems for $335 million in cash, the companies said Monday.

TMW Systems provides transportation management software for trucking operators and shippers. The company had $96 million in revenue over the past 12 months.

The transaction paves the way for greater integration of technologies linking motor carriers, their shipper customers, logistics partners and truck drivers on the road. Trimble has been on an acquisition spree lately adding other companies such as Sketchup and StruCAD to its product offerings in the last year.


August 24, 2012

» Project Vasari graduates from Labs, is now Autodesk Vasari   Autodesk

After a successful 18-month run as a technology preview on Autodesk Labs where it was downloaded over 60,000 times, Project Vasari has now launched as Autodesk Vasari to public beta.


August 23, 2012

» Newforma licenses M-Six for 3D model viewing   Newforma

Project Information Management software manufacturer Newforma has licensed M-Six software's VEO platform to provide a full 3D model viewer for Newforma's Project Center software/hardware solution for project information management. Using VEO users can publish fully interactive 3D models to the cloud and view them from Newforma's web-based Info Exchange, as well.


August 22, 2012

» New version of ArcGIS for AutoCAD released   Esri

The latest release of ArcGIS for AutoCAD, Esri's free AutoCAD plug-in, improves the ability to exchange data and information between the ArcGIS and AutoCAD platforms. ArcGIS for AutoCAD users with read/write access to ArcGIS for Server feature services can now edit geodatabases through AutoCAD with this release. This enables easier data dissemination between CAD and GIS users across an enterprise.


August 20, 2012

» Fall BIM Forum focuses on Facilities Management   BIM Forum

According to IFMA, 25% of a building’s lifecycle budget is dedicated to the design and construction of the building. The remaining 75% is spent on operations and maintenance. Building owners have heard many promises regarding the use of BIM in the management of this 75%: Information will flow freely between facility managers and staff, work orders will be linked to the BIM, and virtual walkthroughs will allow designers and contractors to easily coordinate with the facility staff. O&M manuals will be available through the BIM, the BIM will be automatically updated when work orders are processed, and all of this data will be interchangeable between BIM platforms, GIS, and maintenance software.


August 16, 2012

» James Benham of Smartbidnet launches Construction Open Software Alliance at AGC IT Forum   Jeff Yoders/BIMBoy's Blog

James Benham, founder of Smartbidnet, announced the formation of the Construction Open Software Alliance at the Associated General Contractors of America's IT Forum in Chicago today. Speaking at the Sofitel Hotel on Chicago's Wacker Drive, Benham said the COSA will be a a community of software developers and providers who support an open standard in construction software applications, in order to provide the most useful, integrated solutions to the end-user.


August 14, 2012

» Motion Computing Introduces F5t and C5t rugged tablet PCs   Motion Computing

Motion Computing, a provider of tablet PCs and mobility solutions, today announced the next generation F5t and C5t Tablet PCs. Designed to enhance productivity for mobile workers across a broad range of vertical markets, such as field service, healthcare, construction and retail. The latest Motion tablets deliver high levels of power, security and manageability.


August 13, 2012

» Newforma acquires assets of Attolist   Newforma

Newforma today announced that it had entered into a definitive agreement to acquire substantially all of the assets of Attolist, LLC, the developer of AEC-Sync web-based construction collaboration software. The transaction is anticipated to close in August 2012. The addition of AEC-Sync’s hosted solution to Newforma’s enterprise solution will provide AEC/O companies a selection of on-premise and cloud-based technologies to better manage project delivery.



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Thursday, September 12th, 2013

 

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Thursday, October 24th, 2013

 

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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?

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