London architectural firm ttsp faced a major challenge when it needed to deploy CAD users on site. However, due to the lightweight architecture of MicroGDS, it was able to run fully functional CAD software on thin clients with the help of off the shelf Microsoft technology.
Laser scanning and point-cloud data will be widely used technologies in the coming years. Martyn Day visited Houston to attend the only dedicated conference to digitally capture the real world in points.
Hosting multiple events simultaneously the Vancouver Convention Centre has uniquely complex delivery needs. But with the help of AutoTurn the transportation consultants on the flagship project were able to design the basement loading court with confidence.
In south west London the Traffic and Highways section of the London Borough of Merton is responsible for the design and implementation of traffic management schemes across 14.5 square miles of the capital.
Excitech marketing director Bob Garrett looks at the results of a survey into the technologies and processes deployed in construction design, with some surprising results on employee training and development.
Faced with a tight deadline and no in-house 3D modelling skills, Architecture & Design Services took a leap of faith by adopting a new product suite of MicroGDS and Piranesi. Learning the technology from scratch it delivered its artistic concepts in just two weeks.