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 Conference looks beyond BIM, exploring creative thinking and progressive technologies

Image Open Design Alliance (ODA) makes Revit file SDK available for general licensing

Image Quadro P4000 and Quadro P5000 are ‘VR Ready’ with performance close to desktop GPUs

Image Low-cost, compact mobile workstation features 7th generation Core i7 CPUs

Image Dell offers strong competition to HP and Microsoft with Precision 5720 and Canvas

Image New GPU architecture to give fast access to huge architecture and engineering datasets

Image Cloud tool designed to streamline BIM model viewing and issue resolution by removing the need for file-based collaboration

Image Web-based tool, which works with IFC and Revit files, is claimed to be the world’s fastest

Image BIM Show Live 2017 will take place in Newcastle Upon Tyne at the ‘Boiler Shop’ venue

Image 2017 releases feature enhancements in UI, PDF import and multiple sessions

Image New CPU set to take on Intel Core i7-6900K in CAD/BIM and rendering workstations

Image Accurate lighting visualisation specialist praised for Cumberland Suite Art Gallery project

Image Powerful tool links early stage design to BIM

Image UK distributor presents theoretical BIM Level 2 projects in Vectorworks, ‘The Cube’ and ‘The Tower’

Image Physically-based GPU rendering engine embedded in leading 3D tools

Image Industry consortium New initiative aims to define common Virtual Reality APIs

Image Companies to build interactive 3D visualisation and communication platform for AEC

Image Time and cost savings for new apartment complexes hit new heights, thanks to clever use of software from Bentley by Stanley D Lindsey and Associates to rework 3D models for different locations

Image There’s no better way to view CAD models or renders, but will your workstation keep pace with these stunning high-definition displays?

Image In order to facilitate the use of advanced automated drilling on the Crossrail project, surveying company Plowman Craven came up with an innovative way to map out the work that lay ahead

ImageThe Elizabeth Quay pedestrian bridge is a highlight of the Western Australian Government’s project to revitalise central Perth

Image Autodesk University in Las Vegas is the company’s key opportunity to share its latest updates and present its vision for the future. Martyn Day reports on some exciting new technologies, including one that could eventually replace Revit

Image AEC Magazine dives deep into the technology highlights of Bentley’s annual conference, which was held in London last month

Image Ever since Bentley Systems acquired Acute3D in February 2015, it has forged ahead with Reality Capture, integrating key technologies into its foundation  platform

Image LumentRT, the easy-to-use viz tool offers users of Bentley software, Revit, ArchiCAD, SketchUp a gateway into a powerful ‘game engine’ environment. It now supports VR

Image Microsoft’s HoloLens and the use of reality meshes have got round tracking issues, paving the way for exciting new AR applications from Bentley

Image Bentley Systems’ new breed of design tool is built to combine mesh data with detail design in one space for an incredibly dynamic experience

Image Bentley Systems is helping engineers ‘design out’ delays before they happen, by giving them access to real-time supply information

Image Bentley may still be preparing for an IPO, but there has been some important news on its relationship with Siemens that could have big ramifications in the future