Pictometry International Corp., inventor of measurable, aerial oblique imagery and analytics tools, launched Pictometry Integration for Autodesk AutoCAD Civil 3D 2013 and 2012 products at Autodesk University the last week of November 2012. Now users’ high resolution geo-referenced aerial imagery can be accessed from directly within the AutoCAD Civil 3D workspace, enabling users to visualize and take measurements of real-world field environments, helping reduce the need for field visits. AutoCAD Civil 3D use has grown phenomenally over the past two-three years, and continues to climb, according to experts in the field. It will also certainly benefit Pictometry to gain access to Autodesk’s millions of users.
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Last week Autodesk University 2012 attendees had their fingers on the pulse of what they need to get out of the conference and their conversations reflect an interest in more information about products.
The Autodesk Media Summit held in San Francisco last week sports news of the latest Autodesk 2013 product suites and products launch. CEO Carl Bass opened the Autodesk Media Summit with some business results, big trends, followed by specific product information by Amar Hanspal.Check out the video here:
This latest release, AutoCAD 2013, is tightly integrated with Autodesk 360 which is cloud storage. Autodesk 360, a cloud computing platform that enables customers to improve the way they work by providing the ability to store, edit and share their designs and access virtually infinite computing power anytime, anywhere. Check out this and many other features:
Keith Besserud, AIA, is the director of BlackBox, a research-oriented computational design resource within the Chicago office of Skidmore Owings & Merrill (SOM). With design partner, Ross Wimer, Keith set up the BlackBox studio in 2007 to lead the development and integration of advanced computational concepts within the multi-disciplinary design processes of the office. This includes reviewing computational tools used in architecture and how they apply in urban design.