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Abvent releases Twinmotion 2019 v2

3D objects to enrich your Twinmotion library and bring projects to life. Hundreds of improvements to guarantee smooth and stable real-time visualization. Get ready for Twinmotion 2019 v2!

Zebraware launches Linear Draft, a 3D BIM Overhead Line Electrification Designer

Zebraware Ltd have today announced the release of their newest software product – Linear Draft.

BricsCAD BIM V18 - In Gent a new power is rising in the BIM world

Bricsys of Belgium delivers many robust upgrades to its BricsCAD platforms and its BIM solutions has gain machine learning technology.

3D Repo Judged ‘One to Watch’ by Construction Industry Peers

BIM technology innovator 3D Repo has scooped the ‘One to Watch Company of 2017’ award at the prestigious Construction Computing Awards.

Essential Energy use 3D mapping to manage vegetation

A newly announced project will collect LiDAR and geo-tagged image data for over 85,000 km of powerline network.

Why do high-quality 3D models matter?

Having access to high-quality 3D models is a critical part of a modern-day construction and building process.

More News of Twinmotion-Abvent Merger: Switching Heads of Development

The market since the 1990’s has become saturated with global software talent from the likes of the Bulgarian crew behind V-ray to development houses in Scandinavia and Spain. Despite this, Abvent has continued its leadership ...

L to R: Lucion’s Chris Ball, Gateshead Technical Coordinator and Charles Pickles, Finance Director.

Lucion Environmental visualises a bright BIM future

National asbestos and risk management specialist, Lucion Environmental is well on its way to becoming Level 2 building information modelling (BIM) certified ahead of the UKGovernment’s October 2016 target to electronically validate BIM information delivered ...

New Autodesk Inventor Tool Increases Collaboration in the Design Process

Autodesk Australia announces a new update to the Autodesk Inventor 2016 launched in April.

The Stingray engine features a live link ability with the latest version of 3ds Max, which makes it possible to have changes made in 3ds Max happen immediately in the Stingray engine

Autodesk New Stingray Engine for Design Visualization

Building designers can use Stingray to make their BIM-informed visualizations interactive in real-time through a direct link from the engine to 3ds Max