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More details regarding the impetus behind the alignment came through today in a call with Rich Humphrey, director of the civil infrastructure line at Autodesk, and James Buckley, senior vice president and general manager of customer data and location intelligence, at Pitney Bowes Software. One of the more immediate customer-focused advancements will be the delivery […]

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The announcement today that Autodesk and Pitney Bowes Software will align as partners in the AEC market marks the continued convergence of CAD/ BIM and GIS. Autodesk gains the analytical GIS capabilities of Pitney Bowes to help its customers improve insight and efficiency, while Pitney Bowes gains access to a huge global market that is […]

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Autodesk has just launched an Excellence in Infrastructure competition with more than $25,000 in prizes. The contest aims to highlight the best usage of technology to plan, design, build or manage infrastructure projects. The contest is accepting entries now through May 31, 2012, with three winners to be highlighted at Autodesk University 2012. Project categories […]

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Dennis Shelden, founder and chief technology officer of Gehry Technologies spoke during one of the Innovation Forums at Autodesk University today in Las Vegas. In addition to displaying sophisticated high-rise housing that is enabled by the BIM process, he highlighted the convergence of CAD and GIS in the planning process at the World Trade Center […]

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Andrew Anagnost, Autodesk’s vice president of Suites, Web Services and Subscription, spoke this morning about the cloud at Autodesk University in Las Vegas. The aim at Autodesk is to leverage cloud computing to open up new capabilities for their users. – collaboration with large data sets has been a focus for some time, with Buzzsaw […]

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Brian Mathews, vice president, Autodesk Labs addressed what’s next at Autodesk University in Las Vegas today. The confluence of technology disruptions that are affecting design was the focus of the talk. Just as rip, mix and burn dramatically altered the music industry, the same is happening in the design community with capture, design and create. […]

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Autodesk University kicked off today in Las Vegas, with a media day briefing that spoke frankly about technology disruptions facing their customers. Customers are being pushed to do more with less in an uncertain economy, with a greater focus on sustainability. Even in the face of these challenges, this year’s event has drawn more than […]

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Autodesk held a press event today in San Francisco dubbed, “the Sustainable Cities Roundtable,” to highlight their design products for sustainable cities. With rapid urbanization and rapid population increases, Autodesk is responding to the need for massive infrastructure investment, and a need to improve our transportation, water, electric and gas distribution, and energy efficiency. According […]

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Autodesk Takes Infrastructure Modeler to the Cloud

by Matt Ball on August 12, 2011

In a short blog post, Chris Andrews the product manager of Autodesk’s Infrastruture Modeler software, outlines a new cloud-based version of this product that is now available via Autodesk Labs. The product is dubbed Project Galileo Online, and it adds the ability to take the merged data from Infrastructure Modeler to the Autodesk Cloud for […]

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Today, Autodesk released two highly-anticipated products in their BIM for Infrastructure portfolio with the release of Autodesk Infrastructure Modeler, and AutoCAD Utility Design. Both products address changes within the planning and design process, and bring the efficiencies of intelligent information modeling to aid much-needed transitions toward smarter design, planning and construction. Earlier this year Autodesk […]

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