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Autodesk Begins Move to Named-User Licensing Article
Autodesk Begins Move to Named-User Licensing    10 Mar, 2020

CAD Manager's Newsletter: Transitioning from perpetual or floating network licenses to named-user licenses will have a substantial financial impact for your firm, so start analyzing your specific needs immediately.More>>

Cities Leverage Digital Twin Initiatives to Advance BIM and GIS, Improving the Quality of Life for Their Constituents Sponsored
Cities Leverage Digital Twin Initiatives to Advance BIM and GIS, Improving the Quality of Life for Their Constituents   27 Feb, 2020

Two cities — one in China, one in Portugal — provide examples of how local governments are benefiting from simulating real-world situations, optimizing systems and processes, and monitoring the performance and condition of assets.More>>

For Digital Twins, Openness Wins Sponsored
For Digital Twins, Openness Wins   19 Dec, 2019

Infrastructure projects will benefit from a thriving, open, and interconnected ecosystem of data — and that includes the free flow of data into and out of infrastructure digital twins.More>>

Matterport Adds Interactive 3D Measuring Functionality to Its Spatial Data Platform Article
Matterport Adds Interactive 3D Measuring Functionality to Its Spatial Data Platform   11 Dec, 2019

New Measurement Mode enables users to make and share measurements from Matterport digital twins of built environments.More>>

Graebert Unveils CAD SaaS Road Map, New BIM Features Article
Graebert Unveils CAD SaaS Road Map, New BIM Features   4 Dec, 2019

According to the Berlin-based CAD developer, the software-as-a-service transformation will likely take more than a decade, but the time to start investing in cloud solutions is now.More>>

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