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Autodesk Revit Live is your path to immersive visualization

Autodesk Revit Live is your path to immersive visualization

As the AEC industry continues to move more and more towards Building Information Modeling, questions about the next step in a fully-realized BIM are starting to emerge. More than just developing a data-rich model with Autodesk Revit, everyone involved in a project will be able to see what’s being built before construction begins. Autodesk Revit…

May BIMbc – Meeting Review

May BIMbc – Meeting Review

This month’s BIMbc session featured a presentation by Christian Proulx of BIMOne, relating to the firm’s new BIMTrack cloud coordination technology. See the attached document or click here to read how BIMTrack can help centralize coordination communications, provide easier access to information, visualize metrics and more. Scott Cameron from HATCH was also on-hand to lead a discussion revolving…

Autodesk Industry Collections Arrive August 1

Autodesk Industry Collections Arrive August 1

  Starting August 1, 2016, Autodesk will be introducing a new way to acquire software. They’re called “Autodesk Industry Collections”, and they’re broken down into three parts: • Architecture, Engineering & Construction Collection • Product Design Collection • Media & Entertainment Collection Each collection will include a variety of familiar Autodesk products such as Revit,…

Revit 2017 has arrived! Here’s what to expect

Revit 2017 has arrived! Here’s what to expect

The release of Revit 2017 features a host of new improvements that make it a significant step up on last year’s edition. See the video below for a brief overview, and watch this space for a more in-depth look, and be sure to sign up for our two-part webinar series of the new features for…

Digicon Canada survey looks at the future of BIM

Digicon Canada survey looks at the future of BIM

Digicon Canada recently released the findings from its 2015 National BIM Survey, conducted in partnership with NBS. Its goal? To assess the extent of BIM adoption in Canada, as well as the data exchange mechanisms in architecture, construction, and owner-operator landscapes. While there were increased numbers with regard to BIM adoption, the survey does suggest…

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