Autodesk, Inc. unveiled the first set of capabilities of Autodesk Forma, an industry cloud that will unify workflows across the
Leica Geosystems, part of Hexagon, announced BLK3D Web, an online collaboration workflow that extends the Leica BLK3D imager by enabling
The NTI Group (”NTI”) increases the presence in Europe with the joining of CAD & Company Group (“CAD & Company”).
Leica Geosystems, part of Hexagon, announced further cooperation with Autodesk to offer streamlined communication and collaboration by integrating the field software
Autodesk University 2018 will take place from November 13-15, 2018 at the Venetian in Las Vegas, Nevada. RIEGL will be
Pointfuse is releasing Pointfuse 2018 a new suite of laser scanning software which includes a cloud based data processing service
In the new era of generative design in architecture, engineering, and construction, designers and builders will use computers not just
Pointfuse point cloud software is helping Skanska Building undertake complex clash detection during the early stages of construction of a
Pointfuse, a software provider that converts laser scan data – known as point clouds – into 3D models, has announced
Autodesk, Inc. and Esri, Inc. announced the start of a new relationship to build a bridge between BIM and GIS
At its 25th annual flagship user conference, Autodesk University, Autodesk, Inc. previewed its next generation BIM 360 platform, a seamless
Autodesk has extended its building information management (BIM) document management solution BIM 360 Docs to the Android mobile environment. The move comes a year after the product was initially released for desktops and the iOS (Apple) mobile environment.
Topcon Positioning Group announces increased integration in the Autodesk and Topcon reality data workflow that is designed to increase project
Two new Keynotes, Autodesk and NASA will be kicking off SPAR 3D Expo & Conference, which will be held April
The DPI-8 Kit from DotProduct is a very powerful tool for accurate, rapid capture of complex 3D spaces in detailed
Autodesk, Inc. and Siemens announced an interoperability agreement aimed at helping manufacturers decrease the costs associated with incompatibility among product