Posts tagged "Cloud"

Cloud-based Energy Simulation Using EnergyPlus

This is a recording from a webinar that was hosted on February 10, 2015 to introduce the Project EnergyPlus Cloud available in Autodesk Labs. During the session Principal Engineer and Product Owner Krishnan Gowri demonstrates how to utilize EnergyPlus Cloud in addition to facilitating an open forum discussion for feedback.
Flux Metro Austin Preview

Flux Metro Austin Preview

At Flux we believe that data, analytics, and visualization can help bridge understanding between stakeholders and result in smarter growth and faster development and faster building. The Austin Preview of Flux Metro is an important first step in this direction. Flux Metro aggregates geographic data from public and private sources to build a three dimensional...
Flux Factory – Using Big Data to Improve the Built Environment

Flux Factory – Using Big Data to Improve the Built Environment

  The previous post was a little teaser, this post from one year ago presented the rumors, here is some more substantial background of what is being cooked at Flux: Not many people are cognizant of it, but the world of software has long taken cues from the field of architecture. Much of the vocabulary,...
Flux Factory's Vision - Big Data in Building Design

Flux Factory’s Vision – Big Data in Building Design

A little peek into Flux Factory’s vision for the future of building design on the web.. Big Data in building design, fascinating ..
Project Skyscraper: Autodesk 360 Cloud-Based Collaboration for Revit

Project Skyscraper: Autodesk 360 Cloud-Based Collaboration for Revit

Autodesk recently unveiled Project Skyscraper, a technology preview for Autodesk Revit that will allow the entire project team to collaborate in the cloud using Autodesk 360. Project Skyscraper will help firms avoid the costly IT set-up and management associated with most available collaboration solutions. With collaborative workflows across teams spanning different firms and locations becoming...
Daylighting Analysis with Autodesk Revit

Daylighting Analysis with Autodesk Revit

Now this add-in from Autodesk Labs seems to available worldwide. Let’s find out if it can replace our quite laborious workflows using Ecotect, Radiance, DIALux, Relux or 3ds Max. The Revit 2014 Daylighting Analysis (RDA) plug-in uses the Autodesk 360 Rendering cloud service to perform very fast and physically accurate daylighting analyses from within Revit....
Advanced Techniques for Managing Building Data in Revit

Advanced Techniques for Managing Building Data in Revit

I just discovered this really great presentation: This AU 2013 presentation by Mario Guttman from CASE really helps to structure the thinking around bidirectional syncing of data between Revit and an outside database: The collection and management of building data, including the requirements for rooms, equipment, and other needs, as it evolves from early design...

RevUp Render Supports V-Ray Distributed Rendering in the Cloud

A new on-demand cloud rendering service takes advantage of distributed rendering in V-Ray 2.0 software—includes the ability to control and monitor rendering on the desktop in the cloud. More at www.revuprender.com
BIMBuzz - What's Coming: VEO Video Preview

BIMBuzz – What’s Coming: VEO Video Preview

 “After working for more than 4 years in stealth mode, M-SIX will soon launch VEO, a cloud-based platform for use in the design, construction, and operation of buildings and other structures.” VEO Lux – Navigate and Visualize VEO Logic – Coordination and Validation VEO Time – Scheduling and Sequencing VEO Track – Asset tracking VEO...

New Revit Conceptual Energy Analysis

A key new feature in the Revit 2011 subscription upgrade which was recently released, is the ability to perform energy analysis on conceptual massing models within Revit. These videos describe how to use Revit Architecture to perform conceptual energy analysis during the early design stages of a project. These videos are recorded using Revit Architecture....

felixrender – Render Farm in the Cloud

Felix, a renderer developed in partnership with Next Limit technologies (creaors of the Maxwell Renderer), aims to bring renderfarm power to everyone via the Cloud.  Similar in concept to vSwarm, you buy “credits” and then submit your job to be rendered on 40 to 160 cores in the cloud. Go to felixrender to find out...