Cloud Computing

Opinion

Why structural engineers should move to the cloud

Cloud computing has developed significantly in the past decade to allow structural engineers to work on projects with complete flexibility.

Market Research

The influence of Cloud Computing on BIM Level 3

Cloud Computing will evolve and enable BIM Level 3 across the Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) industry.

Opinion

Smart MEP and IoT

"Smart homes and other connected products won't just be aimed at home life. They'll also have a major impact on business. "

Cloud Computing enables the Real Virtual Design and Construction
Opinion

Cloud Computing's Value for Virtual Design and Construction (VDC)

Cloud and mobile technologies are driving innovations that will take the construction industry to its next level of performance. But what's the relation with BIM and VDC and how do they relate to each other?

BIM News

Startup showcases future of computing during Digital Construction Week 2016

In the most innovative AEC companies, you quickly see the emergence of new work environments, such as virtual offices, or flexible design collaboration in the context of architecture competitions.

Cloud-based workstations can now be used anywhere, on any device
Opinion

Cloud Computing – The New Face of BIM and Real-Time Design

BIM is much more than access to Revit applications or clash detection capability. BIM technology, cloud computing and real-time collaboration go hand in hand. This article explains why.

GPU-powered virtual workstations are the future for BIM
Reviews

Startup Breaks BIM Deadlock with Instant Cloud Deployment

Technology start-up Cloudalize announces TryBIM, a web-based trial that instantly deploys an ICT environment for BIM by using cloud-based workstations.

Analysis

Culture, Technology/Social Media & BIM

BIM (Building Information Modeling), cloud computing, and social media are disruptive technologies which are altering the basic foundations of the AECOO sector.

A census-based model represents the way shifts in the population of Vancouver, Canada, will affect the city. Photo: Dan Campbell, City of Vancouver
Analysis

Better city planning through real-time data

Urban planning is usually cut and dried when you know where people live, where they work and how they commute. But one area that brother-and-sister computer scientists Enrique and Vanessa Frías-Martínez realised is under-represented in ...

Reviews

Oumy – record your BIM model comment?

One-time Kalexo founder Hannes Marais has created a new visual communication tool for creative people, Oumy, which, if integrated into other collaboration platforms, could accelerate idea-sharing.