Martyn Day

Martyn Day is AEC Magazine’s co-founder and consulting editor and has been writing about design and the business of CAD for close to 30 years. Everyone knows Martyn. He’s always the one asking the CAD software company CEOs the difficult questions. And the one carrying 17 different tech devices in his backpack.

Autodesk BIM Conference report

Posted by - December 5, 2010
The adoption of Building Information Modelling (BIM) systems in the UK has been fairly slow. Attendees to Autodesk's BIM conference this Autumn would have heard first hand that the government…
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CAD in the cloud

Posted by - September 25, 2010
Without the design and engineering community really asking for it, we appear to be on the cusp of a major change in the way we gain access and use computer…
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Posted by - January 25, 2010
One of the highlights of Autodesk University is always the Exhibition Hall, where purveyors of add-ons for Autodesk products and complementary software and hardware showcase their goods.
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Researching the future of AEC

Posted by - September 7, 2009
Salford University is one of the leading international research institutes for Built Environment technology. The press was recently invited to visit its impressive facilities and gain an insight into the…
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The smart revolution

Posted by - February 20, 2006
This month's Cambridge-based workshop and conference, held at the British Museum in London, demonstrated that the momentum behind the Smart Geometry group continues to grow. In the first of two…
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Generative Components

Posted by - January 19, 2005
Bentley’s long-term development of parametric modelling tools has finally reached the real world. The Smart Geometry Group continues to evangelise Bentley’s unique approach to form design.
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