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First steps to AI: data, man

First steps to AI: data, man

I was speaking to a group of AEC professionals a while back about the technologies they should be investigating. I covered everything from 0D to 6D, from conceptual sketches to advanced BIM, conceptual design to operations -- but, as is often the case today, we got...

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Nemetschek ups rendering with Redshift

The Nemetschek Group just announced that its Maxon subsidiary has acquired Redshift Rendering Technologies, maker of the Redshift rendering engine. Redshift (the tech) is a GPU-accelerated renderer that's available as a plugin to Maxon's own Cinema 4D as well Autodesk...

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Quickie: AVEVA adds asset performance assets

Super-quick, as I'm about to board a flight: AVEVA has apparently decided its offering (the combined Schneider Electric Software and legacy AVEVA products) had a gap in asset performance management that could only be filled by acquisition. To that end, the company...

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OnScale secures $10 million investment

Yesterday, I wrote about the continuing buying spree in CAE. Then came the news that OnScale has secured $10 million in Series A funding led by Intel Capital and Gradient Ventures, Google’s investment fund, along with Thornton Tomasetti, Stage 2 Capital, Cultivation...

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CAE roll-ups continue, with Siemens and Altair active

I work with a lot of investors and software companies, and perhaps the most common question I am asked is, what's left to acquire? It's rare that an industrial company acquires a simulation provider (as Juul did when it snapped up Envenio); this is usually more about...

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When control systems fail …

We were driving along, quite safely or so I thought. Nothing to see here, just piloting down the middle of our lane, about to merge onto the highway. There were a few cars in the road, but none close when the car started going nuts. Beeping inside the cabin, flashing...

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Free SolidWorks for displaced auto workers

Just came across this blog post and thought it deserves wider visibility: "Workers displaced by plant closure can leverage their industry knowledge and secure a brighter future by gaining SOLIDWORKS CAD skills. DASI is proud to offer a program at NO COST for these men...

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It’s Pi Day – do some math!

Today is 3.14 -- shorthand for the mathematical constant π (aka pi), which you may remember as the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter. In college, friends could recite pi out to umpteen decimal places; I'm happy with 2. I didn't realize until last year...

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Quickie: ESI’s revenue up 3% in fiscal 2019

ESI just reported revenue for the quarter and year ended 31 January -- and the news is good: Total revenue for the year was €139 million, up 3% as reported (up 4% in constant currencies, cc) For the year, license revenue was €110 million, up 4% as reported and...

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Maritime slowwlllyyyy enters the 21st century

Many of you may know that I'm a naval architect by training and, despite a career more related to software than ships, I'm still part of a proud seafaring tradition. Building and operating ships is fascinating! And, lately, it's coming up more and more often in my...

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