The use of wearable technology is exploding in popularity across construction sites. Step into the future and take your construction project to the next level with these wearables:
The possibility of technology serving humankind to rekindle the lost shine of our older buildings is a budding promise. 3D laser scanning is offering a remote means of logging friable historical structures in the form of 3D modules.
Heritage sites are emblems of a civilization’s aspirations. Losing them means losing a part of our collective memory. In 2001, laser scans were performed by late art historian and Vassar College professor, Andrew Tallon.
The running joke in our industry is that when Revit doesn’t do something, we say, “Well, maybe in the next release.” There are a lot of firms just now getting on the BIM band wagon, and with new technologies coming out, it leaves many to ask, “What comes after Revit?”
While the general concept of a private cloud is something that many IT professionals are familiar with, the actual creation and deployment of a private BIM cloud requires a high level of IT skills
Revit is a multi-users design tool that works like a champ on a local area network with all the designers sitting in the same office. But it doesn’t fit the operational needs of the larger firms working on a large project