News And Events

  • By James Philip Site Collaboration Between Revit and Civil 3D Site Collaboration is a Revit 2019.1 new feature that introduces unprecedented interoperability between Revit and Civil 3D. New workflows will help save time and improve accuracy when you are transferring site information and project location data between project teams. You can easily link topography from…

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  • By Nick Harris At the beginning of August, Autodesk released the new Sets view, which makes it easier to organise and manage specific versions of documents into packages. These packages are called Sets and are intended to be issued for a specific purpose during the project life cycle.  Autodesk has extended the Sets functionality to include support for documents…

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  • By Nick Harris Our Engineering Projects team is expanding, and we have just added a mobile scanning unit. If you weren’t aware of what the team does then take a look at our dedicated page here. They provide supporting services to organisations of all sizes and disciplines as they digitise their working practices. For example, if your…

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  • By Nick Harris Last month’s Autodesk University London proved to be a great success with full attendance and great feedback from those of you that visited us on our stand. This year the weather was kinder, and the Tobacco Dock venue felt ideally suited to the informal yet vibrant nature of the event. Our Matt…

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  • By Luke Howells 2019 UKIE Country Kit Well it’s here, usually one of the last country kits to be published, the UKIE country kit for Civil 3D has arrived. UKIE 2019 But how is it different to any other UKIE release? If, like me, you have been running last years version of Civil 2019 why should…

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  • By James Philip As the ‘Next Gen’ BIM360 platform evolves, more and more features are added to different modules on the platform. Over the last month we have seen quite a few new features in the Project Management, Model Co-Ordination and Design Collaboration modules. Autodesk has now added the following features in BIM360 Design Collaboration: A…

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  • By Nick Harris Alongside the release of Autodesk’s 2019 product versions this month, there has been another change to the licencing of Autodesk Collections. Now there is no limit to the number of products that you can run simultaneously on your computer, a change from the maximum of two previously. This change brings the multi-user…

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  • By Stuart Tanfield With the arrival of Autodesk’s AEC Collection, most of our customers have now completed the switch across to the new subscription model. The AEC Collection offers customers the ability to use a wide ranging portfolio of products to expand their day to day workflows for project delivery. Autodesk has further enhanced this…

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  • By David Crowther It’s been 3.5 years since I joined Cadline as a GIS Application Engineer, and my new job title was probably the first sign that I was now a “Geographer in a CAD World”. I have worked in GIS for nearly 20 years, and in all the roles that I have undertaken, at heart,…

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