Image When rendering work is on the cards, what’s the best way for a firm to get its machines and its workflows up to speed? Lee Danskin, CEO of Escape Technology, has some suggestions

Image What might the addition of new information types to BIM models help us achieve in terms of construction project efficiency and future building maintenance, asks Rob Charlton

Image In the second instalment of a series of articles examining the level of BIM adoption globally, Rebecca De Cicco of Digital Node and Women in BIM turns her attention to the USA

Image If left untackled, inconsistencies in the ways that BIM is defined in legal contracts could pave the way to disputes, warns construction solicitor May Winfield

Image Rebecca De Cicco of Digital Node and Women in BIM discusses the level of BIM adoption in Australia

Image Rebecca De Cicco on BIM skills development and how a rapidly evolving industry must adapt to variations in regional terms, processes and requirements

Image How civil engineering can tap into the power of connected devices to turn data into actionable insights on challenging projects

Image The convergence of architectural software, big data and virtual reality is opening the door to exciting new designs for educational establishments, writes Phil Bernstein, an architect, Autodesk Fellow and faculty member at Yale University

Image Craig Evenden, a BIM specialist at mapping software company Esri UK, explains what geospatial information and visualisation can contribute to the planning, construction and management of more connected urban environments

Image As an intro to his presentation at BIM Show LIVE on Feb 2, Autodesk’s Lee Mullin looks to simplify an industry ridden with TLAs

Image As a prelude to his presentation at BIM SHOW LIVE on Feb 1, Mike Turpin, company BIM manager at Capita, shares his thoughts on this ever evolving position

Image BIM’s dirty little secret, and why complex and expensive BIM tools are still basically being used for drafting

Image The challenge of data for AEC firms requires a new approach to document management, writes Paul Daynes

Image As digital photogrammetric techniques advance at pace, the ability to use them as standalone technologies increases

Image Architectural visualization takes a giant leap forward with connected software

Image BIM manager Karl Van Nieuwenhuyse shares his experiences of running Autodesk Revit in a new cloud desktop platform from Cloudalize

Image We cannot allow inequalities in the understanding of BIM to hamper progress, or impede the industry and its clients alike from enjoying the benefits of BIM.

Image Sean Bryant tackles data transfer as he gives more practical advice on how a CAD manager can help smooth the path from AutoCAD to Revit.

Image Before committing to software and training for BIM, companies must understand what it is that their information can do if prepared correctly.

Image Lightworks considers how enhancements in modelling and physically based rendering could help eliminate environmental, material and design flaws