Clients Pushing AEC to Go Green (Cadalyst Daily Archive)

16 Nov, 2006 By: Sara Ferris

Autodesk survey reveals where architects stand in the move to adopt sustainable design practices


Autodesk took the occasion of the 2006 Greenbuild Conference & Expo, running this week in Denver, to reveal the results of its 2006 Green Index Survey and honor a customer committed to green building design. It also announced a strategic partnership with the U.S. Green Building Council to facilitate the use of sustainable technology in everyday building practices.p>

Autodesk and the Green Building Council report that they plan several joint indicatives to encourage sustainable design, including development of an educational curriculum for architecture and engineering students. The two will also investigate ways to integrate Autodesk technology with the council's LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Green Building Rating System. Other potential areas for collaboration include consulting, joint development of new technology initiatives and industry education. Read more >>


Applied Research Group Works to Advance CFD
Intelligent Light team works to solve toughest challenges facing computational fluid dynamics community.  Read more >>

SOGECLAIR and IGE+XAO Groups Partner to Launch Electrical Engineering Consultancy
S2E Consulting will target major worldwide accounts in the aeronautics, automotive, ship building and automation industries.  Read more >>


MCAD: XVL Reducer
Lattice Technology solution designed to reduce size of 3D data while maintaining accuracy and protecting intellectual property.  Read more >>

MCAD: GeomCaliper for Pro/ENGINEER 2.0
Geometric upgrades tool to enable quick and in-depth analysis of plastic wall thickness.  Read more >>

CAM: VX Mold Automation Design Suite
VX CAD/CAM solution blends mold and die hybrid modeling with a library of smart components for creating intelligent mold assemblies.   Read more >>

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