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Frost & Sullivan Expects Sensor Technologies to Become an Integral Part of Buildings

Growing interest in energy conservation and reducing carbon dioxide emissions has encouraged research in energy-efficient buildings and stepped up the use of sensors in building applications. In fact, the construction of green buildings has become easier with…

Advanced Sensors for Smart Buildings

December 10, 2013 - in Buildings, Corporate, Facility Management

With energy costs following a seemingly upward trajectory in many parts of the world and climate change on the political agenda, there is an ever-increasing…

Parametric Designs Promise to Make Buildings More Energy Efficient

August 19, 2013 - in Buildings, Energy

As the technology has improved, parametric models have been able to accept more and more inputs. Architects can use the software to investigate what a…

NASA and Autodesk Collaborate on Sustainable Building Performance Monitoring

January 24, 2013 - in Buildings, Facility Management, Lifecycle

Autodesk Inc., (ADSK) and NASA Ames Research Center are collaborating to research and develop new technology that can monitor and optimize the operational life-cycle of high performance buildings. Researchers from Autodesk Research and NASA will implement Autodesk…

AECOM Saves $850,000 Using ProjectWise for Engineering Content Management

October 31, 2012 - in Construction, Corporate, Project management

Bentley Systems, Incorporated announced that AECOM Technology Corporation has selected Bentley’s ProjectWise for the cloud-based engineering content management of its Texas State Highway (SH) 161 Phase 4 project. The ProjectWise system of collaboration…

IBM's Smarter Buildings Initiative Takes Aim at Retrofits

IBM's "building whisperer," Dave Bartlett, believes many of our buildings could use a diet. Bartlett, who leads IBM's smarter building initiative, is known as the "building whisperer" because he views buildings as living organisms, an approach that can help…

IBM’s Smarter Buildings Initiative Takes Aim at Retrofits

IBM's "building whisperer," Dave Bartlett, believes many of our buildings could use a diet. Bartlett, who leads IBM's smarter building initiative, is known as the "building whisperer" because he views buildings as living organisms, an approach that can help…

New Software Solution for Automatic Point Cloud Generation and 3D Modelling from Aerial Images

June 25, 2012 - in Buildings, Corporate, Modeling

GTA Geoinformatik GmbH presents new 3D software solutions at COM.GEO 2012 in Washington D.C. Fully automated generation of very dense 3D point clouds and Digital Surface Models (DSM) from stereo aerial images (nadir and oblique) seems to become more and more…

Hong Kong Housing Authority Launches Enhanced Drawing Management System Based on Bentley’s ProjectWise

Bentley Systems, Incorporated today announced that the Hong Kong Housing Authority (HKHA) has launched a new drawing management system based on Bentley’s ProjectWise system of collaboration servers and services. The new system was developed by HKHA for use…