Ryan Schradin
Ryan Schradin
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A communications expert and journalist with over a decade of experience, Ryan has edited and contributed to multiple popular online trade publications focused on the security, satellite, unified communications and network infrastructure industries. He serves as a contributing writer for the Public Sector Digital Design Hub. In addition to his work with the Hub, he serves as the Executive Editor of the Government Satellite Report and the Insurance Technology Insider (ITI) online publications. In his spare time, he enjoys hiking across the great state of Virginia with his wife, Sarah, and their rescue pup, Brooklyn the Adventure Dog, who is 13lbs of pure furry fury.

Get new design and manufacturing tips through Autodesk Virtual Academy

With the advent of innovative techniques like subtractive and additive manufacturing and other advances in 3D printing, there are a ton of new, awesome applications that government manufacturers or companies manufacturing things for the government can use to get at…

BIM helps the construction of the MD Anderson Cancer Center weather Hurricane Irma

Each year, the companies and organizations that are utilizing digital design solutions in creative and innovative ways are recognized and rewarded with Autodesk AEC Excellence Awards. The award categories include infrastructure, construction and building design, with small, medium, and large…

How to get the most out of Autodesk University 2019

Each year, Autodesk sponsors an enormous user’s conference and exposition called Autodesk University (AU). The event brings together more than 10,000 professionals from construction, manufacturing, architecture, engineering and media creation to learn more about their digital design solutions and capabilities,…

Get the latest on digital design with ProSoft PowerLaunch

Today’s digital design solutions are increasingly powerful tools that can simplify the AEC project lifecycle. But, they’re not the only new, innovative tools helping people that make things for the government operate more effectively and efficiently. Other cutting edge technologies…

Why Government Users Should Move to BIM

The architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industries have realized the benefits of moving from CAD solutions to the more advanced, more capable Building Information Modeling (BIM) solutions that are now available on the market. Today, BIM is becoming increasing relied…

How automation can make drone surveying a reality for government users

As we’ve discussed previously on the GovDesignHub, drone surveying can enable government organizations realize tremendous cost savings in contrast to traditional surveying methods. That’s because drones allow users to rapidly capture accurate, bird’s eye imaging that simply wasn’t possible before…

Synergis University an opportunity for Autodesk users to stay ahead of the curve

New technologies have revolutionized the way that Autodesk users design, construct and manufacture things for the government. These new developments – from additive manufacturing to drones for reality capture – are making AEC and manufacturing processes better and faster. But…

How BIM makes the IPD model possible – a Q&A with BuroHappold

Not all Ivy League schools have massive endowments and bank accounts. Some have to get more creative when looking to build new facilities on a budget – or simply embrace innovative new approaches to design and construction. And that’s exactly…

TrueScan3D: Using drones, laser scanning and Infraworks to cut surveying time

Developing a detailed model is an important early step in any construction project. Creating that realistic, and meticulously accurate model of a project not only uncovers potential project issues that might have been missed in earlier, rougher sketches, but also…

Best Practices in 3D Design from the Wisconsin DOT

The next time you’re on the highway, take a moment to consider all the features along the road that had to be built to get you from Point A to Point B: there’s the guard rails, the slope off of…