Wow! I can’t believe it’s been two months since I last posted. I’ve been busy working on several new and exciting things recently but I’ll get on to that in a future post…
It seems it is becoming the norm for point clouds to be used during the design process, so I thought that a [...]
Some of you may not have noticed that Autodesk announced their Pay As You Go licensing last week. It is available from the 16th of September 2013 on a monthly, quarterly, or annual basis (with the option to renew). This is effectively a rental plan which is offered as a [...]
I recently attended the Autodesk AEC Technology Day 2013 (for the Autodesk 2014 release) in Brisbane. The morning consisted mainly of snippets and demos of the products. If you keep up to date with the software scene there wasn’t much new. The emphasis was on the suites, cross software workflows, and a focus on the new [...]
I was logged in to Autodesk 360 today and the new graphics accompanying the new logo over to the right side of the screen caught my eye. I’d read about this a week or two ago so it wasn’t really the logo but what was under it, that I was surprised by:
If you are affected by the AutoCAD Revit Suite upgrade (as previously discussed) you may have received one of these emails over the weekend:
So now is the time to let your users become even more creative and productive with full access to Building Design Suite Premium 2013.
Ok, so maybe [...]
Are you one of the BIM Managers or users that was recently informed that your AutoCAD Revit Suite was being forcibly upgraded to the Autodesk Building Design Suite Premium 2013? Without becoming involved in the politics, I thought that some focus should be placed on the positives.
Why not take the opportunity to train [...]
This is interesting, as it indicates that Vasari will most likely remain it’s own product and not be rolled into Revit in [...]
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