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Announcing the Reality Solutions SDK

Reality data continues to be an integral part of the workflow that we support here at Autodesk. By making our technology available to partners, we are accelerating our ability to bring solutions to our customers. We’re deepening our engagement with partners to collaboratively solve for the breadth of problems and challenges our customers face.

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Recent Posts

Better Construction Verification with Reality Capture

Documenting progress at an active construction site can be a difficult process and, if done inaccurately, can lead to significant problems. Teams are always attempting to ensure construction accuracy against design intent and the need to create final as-built documentation before project handover. Liability, schedule, risk, and safety concerns are all top of mind for teams managing projects in the field.


How Reality Capture is Improving Efficiency in the Design & Construction Industry

From building renovations to infrastructure development, Reality Capture’s applications extend to every step of the build process.
It is quickly becoming an integral part of the studio and jobsite because it helps teams start, sustain, and deliver complex projects.

Built-in Efficiencies: Spotlight on WeWork

WeWork is a fast-growing company whose business model centers around renovating existing buildings into beautiful office spaces to rent out to small teams and entrepreneurs,


Reality Solutions Quickfire Spotlight: Data Management Solutions

Featuring Pointerra and Cintoo

The release of the Reality Solutions SDK has brought about innovative new solutions that are aimed at simplifying workflows for you, our customers.  In our last post, we featured partners who were creating scan- to-BIM solutions using the SDK. Now we’re going to shine the light on our partners who created solutions to improve data management workflows.


International Reality Capture Workshop 2019 in Volterra


In October, 2016, an international team of architects, engineers, historians, and students embarked on a journey of great significance to digitally reconstruct and preserve many of the historically significant architectural, archeological and artistic treasures of the ancient city of Volterra, Italy. The results of our first workshop and subsequent workshops in June,


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