Posts Tagged ‘Computing’

BY APRIL GLASER AND RANI MOLLA from RECODE Construction is one of the least-digitized industries in the world, and its productivity is suffering. Dan Kitwood / Getty Construction is a $10 trillion global industry. It’s also mired by waste, severe worker shortages and weak productivity growth — all of which mean the business of building is […]


by Dezeen Jobs BIM architect/designer at Zaha Hadid Architects 5 June 2017 BIM architect/designer London, United Kingdom Zaha Hadid Architects is currently looking for BIM architects/designers with an in-depth knowledge of Revit and Dynamo to join our architectural practice in London. Key responsibilities collaborate on a broad range of challenging international projects implement and manage […]


by Randall Stevens We have to change and get serious about innovation.  If we don’t, someone will do it for us.  That’s not a position you want to find yourself in.  Better to lead than stick your head in the sand or expend energy protecting the status quo. Listening to that interview this week actually […]


by Phillip Keane @ Engineers.com Autodesk BIM 360 Ops, according to its blurb, is a “mobile first maintenance management” tool designed to allow contractors and building owners to streamline the handover process, as well as the operations of the building once construction is complete. Formerly known as Autodesk Building Ops, the application allows real time maintenance alerts […]


MUNDO BIM Este año EDILIZIA MUNDO BIM te da la posibilidad de diseñar tu curso ideal. Podés realizar cursos enteros, elegir áreas temáticas o asistir a clases individuales de tu interés.


BY BIM+ STAFF Leading VR firm Yulio Technologies has launched a new plugin for SketchUp which is claimed to enable 2D architectural renders to be created as rich and immersive VR experiences in just a few clicks and at a fraction of the cost of anything else available. The tool was developed to enable SketchUp users, […]


Data literacy: Your data-driven advantage starts with your people  All too often, the narrative of what it takes to be ‘data-driven’ focuses on methods for collecting, synthesizing, and visualizing data. BIG DATA | MAY 24, 2017 | NATHAN MILLER Take a few minutes to think about the people you work with and how they approach […]


by Sheila Kim @ ARCHITIZER Vectorworks: No Glasses Needed for AR/VR Views The developer behind the popular Vectorworks Architect software showcased recent updates and improvements to its BIM modeling and work-flow tools. But the biggest highlights were, of course, in augmented and virtual reality, which no longer require goggles, Google cardboard or any other VR […]


by ETH Zurich FULL STORY This is a tetrahedron. Credit: ETH Zurich / Tian Chen 3D printers have become a standard fixture in many research laboratories — and now a select number of researchers are already looking to add yet another dimension to the technology: time. Kristina Shea, head of the Engineering Design and Computing […]


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