NEWS & PERSPECTIVES
Headlines -- May 14, 2012
» GRAPHISOFT and InterSpec, Inc. announce ArchiCAD e-SPECS integration
BOSTON – GRAPHISOFT announced today the integration between e-SPECS and ArchiCAD. Both GRAPHISOFT and InterSpec, Inc. are committed to offering the best software solutions in their respective fields; linking the technologies will enhance the work of architects and facilitate construction management projects.
Headlines -- May 11, 2012
» EADOC, LLC joins Bentley Technology Partner Program Bentley
OAKLAND, Calif. – EADOC, the market-leader in collaborative construction management software for the architecture, engineering and construction industry, announced they have joined the Bentley Technology Partner Program, which brings together comprehensive software solutions and the best products and services from partners around the world.
Headlines -- May 9, 2012
» Bluebeam Software releases international versions of Revu 10 Bluebeam
PASADENA, Calif. – Bluebeam Software, developers of award-winning PDF creation, markup and collaboration solutions for architecture, engineering and construction, is launching Bluebeam Revu 10 in Danish, Swedish, German, Finnish and Norwegian. With several new features including real-time collaboration with integrated cloud storage, hyperlink management, space definition, 3D PDF creation and markup to 3D views – Revu 10 proves there are no limits to what project teams can achieve with digital workflows.
Headlines -- May 3, 2012
» Applied Software facilitates rapid BIM information transfers for Revit Server 13 projects Applied Software
ATLANTA – Applied Software, a leading Building Information Modeling (BIM) services provider as well as a provider of Autodesk 2D and 3D CAD products and services, announced today the availability of Revit Connect, a purpose-built solution that improves and accelerates multi-team collaboration for BIM projects developed with Autodesk Revit Server 13. Revit Connect enables multi-team collaboration, seamless workflows and rapid information exchanges of BIM data, preventing architectural and design firms from being at the mercy of slow or unreliable data connections between satellite offices and partner companies when sharing large project files over the Internet.
Headlines -- April 26, 2012
» Trimble to enhance its office-to-field platform with the acquisition of Google's SketchUp 3D modeling platform Trimble
SUNNYVALE, Calif. – Trimble today announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire SketchUp, one of the most popular 3D modeling tools in the world, from Google. The transaction is expected to close in the second quarter of 2012, subject to customary closing conditions and expiration of the waiting period under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act. While financial terms are not being disclosed the transaction is not expected to be material to 2012 earnings per share.
Headlines -- April 24, 2012
» Danish university communicates professionally in 3D UCS
COPENHAGEN, Denmark – While developments of virtual environments in the entertainment and gaming industry in recent decades have been greatly accelerating, there has been almost no such development in the architecture and construction industry. - Bridging between gaming technologies and online communication, UCS has delivered an online platform 'DTU on RealSite' for the development of the new DTU' campus.