Autodesk announced Tandem, its digital twin coordination tool, at Autodesk University last year. That tool entered public beta this month, allowing anyone to start building out digital twins of their projects.
Improving construction data practices and finding new ways to use machine-learning and other advanced algorithms in projects has been a hot topic in the industry, but some firms are already seeing real benefits. That was the consensus of a panel of experts convened for ENR’s 2021 Top Young Professionals conference, held Feb. 24-26.
A team of New Zealand-based software designers that brought digital 3D modeling to engineering geotechnics less than two years ago recently launched an upgrade to their software. It is now being used on some major projects, including the U.K.’s multibillion-dollar London-Birmingham high speed railroad (HS2).
At its first all-virtual Autodesk University conference, software vendor Autodesk announced three new construction cloud products, a partnership for electrical design and a new digital twin offering for owners and operators.
We'll examine how new project and field management tools are unleashing the true value of the 4D model as it transforms into a construction digital twin connected to real-time project data. Learn how a live construction digital twin will transform workflows such as resource tracking, inspections, and project management through the 4D model context to deliver projects on time and more profitably.
The requirements for project data are evolving. Owners are setting high expectations for documentation, and as BIM is increasingly mandated by both regulators and owners, quality business analysis requires proper data hygiene. Join us for this webinar where experts from across the industry will weigh in on what you need to do to keep up with construction's changing data requirements.
Constructible BrIM models and digital as-builts are already widely used in Europe and needn’t be a pipeline dream in the US. Early collaboration and today's tech will allow constructible design and connect all disciplines, creating a seamless digital flow of information throughout the bridge project, giving bridge designers, contractors and DOTs the edge.
Keeping the project on track is critical. So when you need to fly a drone to examine a structure or capture progress photos, don’t let airspace regulations and complexities stall you out. In this webinar, we’ll talk about the most common FAA waivers and authorizations, why you need them, and how to navigate the regulatory process.