AEC Magazine May / June 2024 Edition

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In our May / June 2024 edition of AEC Magazine we explore openess in AEC, preview our increadible NXT BLD and NXT DEV conference, which take place in London on 25/26 June, report on a new AI plug-in that generates Revit models from 2D plans, plus plenty more on BIM, digital fabrication, XR streaming, cyber crime, micro workstations and lots more.

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Cover story: towards open systems
We explore Autodesk’s new approach to openness and note that, with its recent Nemetschek announcement, things seem a little different

NXT BLD / NXT DEV event previews
At AEC Magazine’s annual events in London on 25-26 June you’ll not only see what the future holds for AEC technology but you can have a say in how it unfolds

Skema: BIM workflow compression
Skema is one of a handful of new tools from design-oriented start-ups that is engineered to work with existing BIM software to shrink project timescales

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Dassault Systèmes (DS) in AEC
A market leader in manufacturing, DS is developing a new generation of AEC tools, which aim to cross the chasm between digital design and digital manufacture

Twinview (digital twins)
We explore Space Group’s Twinview, one of the most advanced BIM digital twin offerings available today

Safeguarding contractors from Cyberattacks
It’s every construction firm’s biggest nightmare: criminals taking control of their data and holding them to ransom

Nvidia Omniverse spreads its wings
With new Cloud APIs, Nvidia is extending the reach of Omniverse beyond the core demographic of designers and artists

XR: streaming to a headset near you soon
All-in-one XR headsets have proved very popular for AEC design review. But for realism and complexity, 3D models must be processed externally, and pixels streamed in

Review: Scan micro workstation
This compact 8-litre workstation might not bring much new to the table in terms of chassis, but it’s hard not to take notice when the price is so aggressive

Review: Nvidia RTX 2000 Ada
This entry-level pro viz GPU is a great option for small workstations

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