Three questions for post occupancy BIM implementations

Building Information Modeling (BIM) is quickly becoming the industry standard tool for designing and architecting new buildings, public works projects and other structures – and for very good reason. BIM relies on intelligent models to create and manage building and…

New materials mean new capabilities for the military

In the past, if you were looking to build a new weapon system or military platform, there were only so many different options for the materials that were available to you. A hundred years ago, that was restricted to things…

Download the Latest Local License Manager

If you rely on your Autodesk digital design solutions to do your job and get important work done, then you probably want to be able to access them everywhere and at any time – even if you don’t have an…

10 Steps to BIM Adoption for Government Organizations

In previous posts on the Gov Design Hub, we’ve discussed how BIM solutions haven’t seen the wide adoption in the public sector that they have in the private sector. However, we’ve also seen studies dictating that BIM adoption is poised…

Live with Lynn Allen: the Future of Making Things for the Government

We’ve partnered with Lynn Allen, Global Technical Evangelist, to do a US tour, bringing you the Future of Making Things in Government. Our first stop is in the nation’s capital at the W Hotel in Washington DC. Join us for…

Seven ways BIM can benefit the government

Despite mandates, BIM adoption in government has lagged its private sector counterparts. However, new data shows that BIM is poised for greater adoption across agency design and construction projects, as well as into building operations. It’s not surprising. BIM brings…

Online repository of “as-built” data delivers benefits to National Guard

The role of the Army National Guard has expanded significantly since 9/11 and represents 40% of the U.S. Army’s total combat capability supporting Joint Commanders across the range of military operations around the globe. Critical to this mission is the…

What’s New in AutoCAD 2019 with Lynn Allen

Join Lynn Allen and DLT as we talk about what’s new in AutoCAD 2019 including industry-specific toolsets. There is now just one solution for all your needs from architecture to mechanical design. Learn more about the new release. The newest…

Upcoming event to focus on the future of making things in government

If you’re in the Washington, D.C. area and your job focuses on making things for or on behalf of the government, we have an exciting new event that you’re going to want to know about. On May 8, 2018, technology…

Autodesk’s digital manifesto details an exciting future for construction

Every few decades, new technologies come along that are truly disruptive and revolutionary – capable of shaking up the way we work, live and play. Once these new technologies enter the marketplace, nothing is the same again, as “business as…