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Graphisoft has unveiled its new vision and strategic roadmap at the online launch of its latest solutions and services, including Archicad 26, BIMx, BIMcloud, and DDScad.
Graphisoft has announced the release of architectural workflow software Archicad 26, alongside updates to its BIMcloud, BIMx, and DDScad solutions.
How a visual cross-discipline collaboration software is enabling efficient delivery of New Zealand's rail network upgrade projects.
Throughout the past couple years, the construction industry has made some major strides – arguably some of its biggest. The ways of the world, in a way, forced the industry to adapt quickly and adopt (to technology) even quicker.
Yoanna Ruseva & Francesca Lofiego of ISG, Josh Cole from Jacobs and Alberto Daniele from Multiplex, showcased the impressive benefits of Revizto+ at Revizto's Field Day event in London.
Hospital construction projects are considered some of the most uniquely challenging and complex in the industry. In this ebook, Revizto examines some of the key issues involved in delivering vital healthcare facilities and how BIM is helping to overcome these hurdles on schemes around the world.
Bricsys has announced the launch of its latest BIM software, BricsCAD® BIM V22, which delivers new improvements to the unique AI-driven workflow, all in a familiar DWG platform.
3D design and BIM software provider, Vectorworks has joined the Open Geospatial Consortium to offer its expertise in connecting BIM and GIS workflows.
This case study by Vectorworks looks at how A&Q Partnership utilised BIM workflows to deliver major urban regeneration projects.
Graitec has released its 2022 version of Opentree, a world-class document management software for architects, engineers and companies requiring compliant workflows.
International AEC software developer Graitec has released Advance Design 2022, the structural analysis software enhanced with a host of new features.
The power of Revit automation for Blockwork. How DiRoots helped Tecomat to optimise their workflows by about 90%.
Taking on a crucial project in the midst of a pandemic is never easy, but it was made a lot easier for Ribuna AG by Bluebeam® Revu®.
With software that works together, design workflows can be streamlined for improved productivity, management and collaboration, resulting in better project outcomes.
The construction industry is littered with tales of software bought and never used. So, how do you choose the right software? Bluebeam takes a look.
Vectorworks has launched its partner network to support growing workflow needs for designers and connect its 685,000 user base.
VolkerWessels C&RED has chosen a Solibri Enterprise Agreement to help deliver operational excellence and digital innovation.
SCIA Engineer’s structural engineering software analyses the global stability of the Möbius towers in Brussels, Belgium.
3D measurement technology, FARO Technologies has released its most advanced BuildIT 2021 software suite, which simplifies workflows, improves performance and enhances ease of use Construction...
Mechwest turns to Bluebeam Revu as its solution to digitalise its entire document review and annotation operation.
Hilde Sevens, CEO of SCIA, looks at the future of BIM workflows.
Kevin Lea, SVP product management at ALLPLAN, discusses the most important AEC industry trends for construction professionals in 2021.
Sterlite Power’s renewable energy innovation using a collaborative design workflow helps deliver reliable power to over 30 million residents in north-east India.
One of last year’s hot topics was the famous open letter from the AEC industry to Autodesk criticising the lack of improvements in the latest versions of their software. In response, tech companies are emerging in the AEC industry to fill these gaps. One is giving out some of the best Revit add-ins on the market for free…
Powerproject Vision, a web-based portal for managing construction plans, has now been proven in use for well over a year. What a year it has been.
Integrated Collaboration Platforms like Revizto are helping to challenge the idea that rework and waste are an inevitable part of complex construction projects.