Posts Tagged: Autodesk

Apparently the Feds Don’t Often Reward Innovation – But We Do!

You may have noticed that [acronym] is running a contest for government employees – the [acronym] CAD Awards. In fact, the awards are the first of their kind specifically aimed at the public sector – and I find our timing with this contest a little curious. Through sheer coincidence, Federal Computer Week last week reported… Read more »

Fast-Tracking a Greener Government – Meeting those Mandates

This blog entry was originally posted on http://acronymonline.org by GovLoop member, Caron Beesley Green buildings, green transportation, green computing, in fact all things green, is a hot trend. In the public sector, “green” isn’t just the ideal – “green” is mandated. Since the Obama administration moved into the White House, green legislation and “green IT’… Read more »

Your Input is Requested – NMCI CLIN23 Survey

In efforts to determine what Engineering/CAD/Design software functionality is most needed through NMCI, we’d like to get your feedback pertaining to product, training and support needs. After talking with your colleagues, we came up with this short 11-question survey to find out what would benefit you. The input we receive from you will be helpful… Read more »

Integrating your GIS data with AEC design software

Originally posted by Jim Helou at http://www.DLT.com/GIS My prior posting discussed imagery (either satellite or LIDAR) as a standalone solution in the AEC world. Today we’re going to dig a bit deeper into the integration of imagery into some of today’s most powerful AEC software tools. Once you’ve gone through the time and expense of… Read more »