Technology

Image Future Technologies for Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) – NXT BLD London, June 2018

Image Smart cities & emerging technologies: Cutting through the noise – NXT BLD London, June 2018

Image Beyond crypto: Digital transformation in construction through blockchain technologies. – NXT BLD London, June 2018

Image Beyond crypto: Digital transformation in construction through blockchain technologie. – NXT BLD London, June 2018

Image VR and AR visualisation of BIM data: Changes in tech over the last 10 years. – NXT BLD London, June 2018

Image Design Thinking, Teams and Disruptive Technologies. – NXT BLD London, June 2018

Image Bentley Systems and Fulcro recently installed a BIM CAVE at the Institution of Civil Engineers in London to help educate current engineers in the latest collaborative technology as well as inspire the next generation.

Image Aectual construction – sustainable, customizable, 3D printed. – NXT BLD London, June 2018

Image The journey to real time. – NXT BLD London, June 2018

Image How Smart Cities, BIM and Digital Construction will alter future skill requirements. – NXT BLD London, June 2018

Image Enhancing performance – NXT BLD London, June 2018

Image Adding a time dimension to 3D model will help synchronise BIM processes with work packaging, immersive visualisation, and ‘constructioneering’

Image ThinkPad P52 features Nvidia Quadro P3200, which on paper looks to be for entry-level VR workflows

Image Handheld device features stereo camera and electronic distance measurement technology for real-time, in-picture 3D measurement

Image The latest version of the popular design viz renderer uses scene analysis to optimise rendering and gives GPU rendering the same standing as CPU rendering

Image In the fourth instalment of our global examination of BIM adoption, Rebecca De Cicco, Director of Digital Node, turns the spotlight onto New Zealand

Image AECOM used reality modelling to help transform the dangerous terrain of a Hong Kong quarry into a commercial and residential development for 25,000 people

Image The collaborative efforts of a UK real estate advisor and a Parisian BIM supplier developed a digital twin for Aurora, a 4,830 sqm office building in Ealing for one London client, the Moorfield Group

Image RIBA Chartered Architect, Jacob Down takes the Leica BLK360 for a field test to see if the low-cost, compact, simple-to-use reality capture device really does live up to its promise of bringing laser scanning to the masses

Image Three professionals from global engineering, architecture, environmental and construction services firm GHD explain how they are embracing design automation and applying it to real world projects