Image Getting information into project collaboration software can be laborious task. Here’s a solution for automated BIM connection

Image Company CEO, Sean Flaherty launches new software including over 100 updates and features

Image After an extensive beta period, Autodesk unleashes the commercial version of its Autodesk 360 Team, Cloud-based project collaboration service

Image Acquisition will help Graitec customers manage all aspects of the steel production process

Image Trimble continues its AEC acquisition trend, this time bagging the technical expertise and products of Gehry Technologies

Image A new application for project teams to gather, store, and manage information in a central, interactive database

Image The UK construction industry is dreaming of a digital future. The BIM2050 Group is making some predictions

Image Swedish BIM object library developer BIMobject hosts a 2 day content event for manufacturers

Image With a 12-core Intel Xeon E5 2600 V2 this mobile workstation is tuned for ray trace rendering

Image Construction software specialists invests in BIM-focused engineering practice to combine software knowledge with industry experience

Image VMware, NVIDIA and Google are working together to deliver 3D CAD on Google Chromebooks

Image OTOY’s new X.IO app streaming service ‘instantaneously’ ports Windows desktop applications to the cloud

Image Darren Lester, architectural technologist and founder of construction technology company, SpecifiedBy, shares his view on the #UKBIMCrew debate.

Image Moving BIM models to the cloud for collaborative workflows is a growing trend. This month Autodesk previewed its forthcoming ‘Skyscraper’ technology.

Image There is a new player in the Building Information Modelling world. French CAD giant, Dassault Systèmes, is tailoring its powerful Catia modelling solution to address all aspects of BIM

Image Building Information Modelling (BIM) implementation based on Bentley products enables Sweco Infrastructure team to meet the challenges of designing in parallel with production

Image Graphisoft is celebrating 30 years of ArchiCAD BIM in 2014. After launching its BIM Cloud offering earlier in the year, the Hungarian company has released version 18 of its flagship Building Information Modelling (BIM) platform

Image CSC’s Fastrak simplifies complex design for Azimuth Structural Engineering

Image Next generation printer technology from HP puts an end to a sliding single print head, meaning faster prints in full colour

Image It’s for everyone, says Su Butcher of social media consultancy, Just Practicing

Image Edward Bingham of engineering services company, URS, and Tim Claremont from law firm Browne Jacobson explore some of the challenges, both legal and non-legal, posed by BIM Level 2 implementation.

Image To what extent are firms currently using BIM in the cloud and what does it mean for the AEC industry? AEC magazine asks two industry consultants.

Image London-based architects Paul Davis + Partners selected Stratasys’ Dimension SST 1200es 3D printer when it moved from traditional handmade models to 3D prints.

Image Starting out in 1969, Hobs Reprographics has grown into one of the biggest independent digital printing companies in Britain. Three years ago it started offering 3D printing services and now produces models for some of the biggest architectural practices in the capital.

Image Could HP's new PageWide inkjet 2D printing technology transfer to the 3D printing market, leading to game-changing speed, build-size and resolution capabilities?

Image While many firms wrestle with getting their BIM workgroup implementations working on desktops in an office, one company is aiming to revolutionise collaboration by moving the BIM data to the cloud.

Image Autodesk moves closer to becoming a services business and takes a leap from a 30-year-old upgrade cycle to a subscription only and rental model.

Image Excitech consultant Rob Clark was part of a committee that recently ran a workshop called BIM4Real to share and solve some of the problems real Building Information Modelling projects encounter. In this article he shares the findings and some personal thoughts.

Image At the recent Shape To Fabrication conference Bob McNeel, CEO of Robert McNeel & Associates, was his usual straight-talking self when quizzed about the future of Rhino, including the Mac version, the cloud, parametrics and Grasshopper.

Image Using robots to bend, shape and fold sheet metal is adding freedom to architectural façade designs. Stephen Holmes visits Robofold and becomes transfixed by robotic origami.