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Chair’s Remarks #bsl2015

  1:45 PM – 2:15 PM Chair’s Remarks Date: Day Two, Location: Auditorium Simon RawlinsonHead of Strategic Research and Insight – EC Harris   Clients starting to think about ROI Clients need to take a share of the benefits. Starting to get really concrete examples … Continue reading

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An interesting use of opendata for protest

Proponents of open data, I count myself as one of them, quite often say, just make the data available and see what happens. People will find something useful to do with it. Lifehackers, entrepreneurs and now even protesters. It would … Continue reading

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#RoboticConstruction ICD ITKE Research Pavilion 2013-14

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What Revit Wants: Project Tango and the Implications of Commodifying 3D spatial scanning for AEC

What Revit Wants: Project Tango and the Implications of Commodifying 3D spatial scanning for AEC. The closing question is what interests me : the question soon will not be “how do we scan this?” The question will be, “What do we … Continue reading

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Look Up

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HS2 Supply Chain BIM Upskilling Study

HS2 ltd has launched a supplier survey to help gauge whether the potential supply chain is ready to work to Level 2 Building Information Modelling (BIM) procuring and managing data for the design, build, operation and maintenance of the new … Continue reading

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Carl Bass of Autodesk Hints at 3D Printing Opportunity

http://seekingalpha.com/article/1726342-autodesks-ceo-hosts-investor-day-conference-transcript John Byun – UBS Investment Bank, Research Division This is John Byun from UBS. I had 2 questions. One, how are you addressing the opportunity in 3D printing? And then second, related to the channel, can you give us an … Continue reading

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