Tag Archives: Autodesk

The Science of Where to Build Anything

Above: Both Esri and Autodesk have shown this graphic at their individual presentations. Will the Esri/Autodesk partnership take BIM head-on? In August 2018, xyHt editor Gavin Schrock sat down with Jack Dangermond and Andrew Anagnost, of Esri and Autodesk respectively. They spoke of the natural industry links between the two companies and how they were...

Yan Fu, PhD

Principal Research Engineer, Autodesk – California, USA 3D, 3D modeling, 3D reality capture, 3D smart cities—these seem to be the zeitgeist of the present world of AEC and are touted as the path forward that will reap great benefits in engineering efficiencies. Managing and using enormous spatial datasets is a challenge, as anyone who has...

Hui Li

Hui Li

Principal Research Engineer, Autodesk California, USA If you haven’t seen the impacts of artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics in your geospatial work, you soon will—talented and dedicated scientists like Hui Li are busy making that a reality. An R&D team lead in the office of the chief technology officer at Autodesk, Hui is a PhD...

xyHt Weekly News Links: 11/17/17

EdgeTech Introduces New OEM Acoustic Release Components for Customizable Underwater Release Packages Esterline CMC Electronics and NovAtel® partner on new aviation certified GNSS Receiver Hemisphere GNSS Debuts A222 Scalable GNSS Smart Antenna Hemisphere GNSS Announces Atlas® Basic – Instant Global Sub-Meter Positioning for Atlas-Capable Hardware Intuicom Announces Bluetooth BRIDGE™ Engineered Specifically for Autodesk® BIM 360...

Ted Engle Service Department Manager at The PPI Group

xyHt Doer: Ted Engle of The PPI Group

A personal profile of the service department manager at The PPI Group In my free time, I ride my motorcycle around the Northwest. I also work on my vintage Volvo P1800 sports car, and my wife and I have a 20-acre horse farm we enjoy. Here’s a story from work that I’ll never forget. Not...

Little drone takes on big airport title banner

Aerial Data Collection: Little Drone Takes on Big Airport

In a first-of-its-kind project, a UAS is tasked to collect aerial data of an international airport. By Jeff Salmon Normally when you add the words “drone” and “airport” to a sentence, it classifies as cringe-inducing. Just the opposite is true with this ground-breaking UAS project. The Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Atlanta, Georgia, usually abbreviated...