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Austrian Agency Automates Sound Propagation Modeling   16 Mar, 2011

Urban planners process volumes of optical, laser-scanning, and GIS data using INPHO and eCognition software.More>>

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Remote Monitoring Makes Maintenance a Breeze for Wind Farms    16 Feb, 2011

Beijing's Guohua Energy Investment Company deploys an SKF sensor system to keep tabs on turbine conditions.More>>

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FME 2011 Clears Up Point Clouds   19 Jan, 2011

Safe updates its spatial data transformation software, adding support for laser-scanning data and cloud-computing formats.More>>

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Xi MTower PCIe   19 Jan, 2011

First Look Review: Workstation offers exceptional speed at a moderate price.More>>

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Autodesk University 2010, Part 2   17 Dec, 2010

At the week-long user event in Las Vegas, Autodesk partners were busy showcasing their latest tools for manufacturing, AEC, and GIS workflows. More>>

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CAD to Go   29 Nov, 2010

Cadalyst Labs Report: The newest mobile workstation technology meets the processing, graphics, and memory demands of AEC, manufacturing, and GIS users.More>>

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Lenovo ThinkPad W510   28 Nov, 2010

First Look Review: Compact mobile workstation delivers very good performance at a modest price.More>>

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Simplifying Access to Laser-Scanning Data    17 Nov, 2010

As the popularity of laser scanning grows, being able to manipulate the data efficiently becomes ever more important. IMAGINiT Technologies' Scan to BIM software speeds workflows by giving Revit users direct access to point clouds.More>>

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Bentley Releases Inaugural Bentley Infrastructure 500 Top Owners Ranking   21 Oct, 2010

First-of-its-kind global ranking of public- and private-sector owners represents more than $13 trillion in infrastructure investments in 46 countries.More>>

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NVIDIA Expands Quadro Line with Mid-Range and Entry-Level Graphics Cards   5 Oct, 2010

New Quadro 2000 and 600 round out the family of graphics solution offerings launched earlier this year.More>>