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    Must-see tech highlights at Autodesk University 2023

    Each year, civil engineers, designers, tech enthusiasts, innovators, and industry leaders come together at Autodesk University to share insights and explore the future of design and construction. Autodesk University showcases the cutting-edge tools and advanced capabilities that continue to support the digital transformation of the AEC industry. Check out the top innovations for AEC design…

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    What’s New in Civil Infrastructure Design: Civil 3D, ReCap Pro, and InfraWorks

    The latest releases of Civil 3D, Recap and InfraWorks make design projects even easier for civil engineers. We’ve improved features released earlier this year and added some new ones to make workflows more efficient. Information sharing and collaboration between project team members has never been better. These updates can save time, add efficiencies, and improve…

  • BIM + GIS

    More Than Carbon

    The combination of BIM and GIS data is helping developers to take a more holistic view of sustainability.

  • What’s New:  Autodesk® DWG Migration for Docs

    By: Aitana Marcos Guinea Are you looking to simplify the migration of your Civil 3D or AutoCAD project data from your local storage to the cloud? Look no further than Autodesk® DWG Migration for Docs! This free application, available on the Autodesk app store, streamlines the migration process, enabling you to initiate work-sharing with others…

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    What’s New in Revit 2024.1.1

    Hello everyone,  We’re always working to bring you a quality experience. Today, we are releasing a new update for Revit 2024 that addresses 25 quality issues improving functionality and stability. This is an important update for all Revit 2024 (all versions) users, and we recommend that everyone using a 2024 version, update to this version…

  • What’s new in openBIM and Infrastructure: IFC 4.3 for Civil 3D

    The extension IFC 4.3 for Civil 3D 2024 allows civil engineers and designers to share data and context for open project delivery and localization. For architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) firms working with complex data, software interoperability is a game-changer. Open data formats like IFC allow data to be transferred accurately across different software platforms,…