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Network Rail Overcomes COVID-19 Obstacles with Digital Twins or Railway Stations Sponsored
Network Rail Overcomes COVID-19 Obstacles with Digital Twins of Railway Stations   23 Oct, 2020

Digital twins and new workflows are helping Network Rail Wales and Western Region (NR WWR) provide services under lockdown and deliver high-quality results ahead of schedule. More>>

BIM Software Market Will See Double-Digit Growth in Coming Years, Cambashi Predicts Article
BIM Software Market Will See Double-Digit Growth in Coming Years, Cambashi Predicts   22 Sep, 2020

The market for building information modeling (BIM) software is expected to reach $10 billion this year, then shake off a pandemic slump to grow at 13% CAGR through 2024. More>>

Construction Industry Needs Wider Implementation of Digital Technologies, According to Asite Report Article
Construction Industry Needs Wider Implementation of Digital Technologies, According to Asite Report   31 Aug, 2020

The developer of a cross-discipline cloud platform for capital projects urges AEC firms to build a digital ecosystem.More>>

Whose CAD Is It, Anyway? Part 3 Article
Whose CAD Is It, Anyway? Part 3   12 Aug, 2020

CAD Manager Column: A recent attack on GPS juggernaut Garmin shows that any company can be vulnerable to potential losses when data is stored in the cloud. More>>

Autodesk Responds to Architects’ Criticisms of Revit Experience Article
Autodesk Responds to Revit Customers' Concerns   31 Jul, 2020

The developer of the building information modeling (BIM) software addresses criticisms leveled by architects who are frustrated by rising costs, licensing changes, and other issues.More>>

The Future of CAD File FormatsWhite Paper: The Future of CAD File Formats
This white paper provides insights into the complications of new devices and bigger file sizes, Web services and the role of the cloud vs. desktop, the reason that 3D CAD users still rely on 2D software, and more. From the editors of Cadalyst. Download your copy.


CAD on the Cloud, Today and TomorrowWhite Paper: CAD on the Cloud, Today and Tomorrow
Cloud-based computing is reshaping the ways that software, hardware, and networks are acquired and deployed. This eight-page guide provides insights into the controversy over the benefits and risks of cloud CAD, the difference between cloud-based and cloud-aware software, and more. From the editors of Cadalyst. Download your copy.