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  • How One Industrial Tech Firm Is Winning Customers With a New BIM Execution Plan

    How One Industrial Tech Firm Is Winning Customers With a New BIM Execution Plan

    ABB Electrification is digitalizing its entire product portfolio, making it easier for customers to integrate its products directly into their BIM models.

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  • Swedish Architects Use Cloud-Based Construction to Create China’s New Tech Hub

    Swedish Architects Use Cloud-Based Construction to Create China’s New Tech Hub

    Thanks to cloud-based construction, 100-plus Swedish architects are designing a sustainable tech city in “China’s Hawaii”—all while working from home.

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  • 50 Years On, Finally a New Hope for Treating Pelvic Floor Disorders in Women

    50 Years On, Finally a New Hope for Treating Pelvic Floor Disorders in Women

    Treating pelvic floor disorders has looked the same for the past 50 years, but a new company is changing that by creating custom pessaries using AI, ultrasound imaging, and 3D printing.

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  • 99% Invisible Podcast: Why Design for Circularity Can Finally Make the World Less Wasteful

    99% Invisible Podcast: Why Design for Circularity Can Finally Make the World Less Wasteful

    The definition of circularity is to use a product at its highest value for as long as possible. In this 99% Invisible podcast, learn why design for circularity is now more pressing than ever.

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  • Designing for Impact: How Innovators Are Exploring Emerging Technologies [E-book]

    Designing for Impact: How Innovators Are Exploring Emerging Technologies [E-book]

    Solving the world’s social, environmental, and economic problems is an urgent need. Learn how residents of the Autodesk Technology Centers are designing for impact.

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  • 4 Employee-Retention Strategies to Help Your Architecture Firm Keep Top Talent

    4 Employee-Retention Strategies to Help Your Architecture Firm Keep Top Talent

    Attrition costs architecture firms valuable talent‚ and so much more. Here are four employee-retention strategies that will help your firm, your employees—and your bottom line.

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  • “It’s Not the Last Virus We’ll Face:” How COVID-19 Will Change Office Building Design

    “It’s Not the Last Virus We’ll Face:” How COVID-19 Will Change Office Building Design

    Earlier pandemics had a huge effect on how cities were designed. Watch this video to learn how COVID-19 promises to change office building design.

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  • What Will Manufacturing Look Like in 2021? The 5 Top Trends to Watch

    What Will Manufacturing Look Like in 2021? The 5 Top Trends to Watch

    From disruption-ready supply chains to personalized products and intelligent automation, here are the manufacturing trends that will define 2021 and beyond.

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  • Construction Technology 2021: 5 Trends to Watch This Year

    Construction Technology 2021: 5 Trends to Watch This Year

    The challenges of 2020 are evident in the emerging construction technology of 2021: Here are five trends that adapt to new realities and more, coordinating complex sites at safe distances.

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  • Redshift’s Top 11 Generative Design in Manufacturing Stories in 2020

    Redshift’s Top 11 Generative Design in Manufacturing Stories in 2020

    Redshift’s top 11 stories on generative design in manufacturing for 2020 show how the technology can make product design faster, more efficient, less expensive, and more useful to human needs.

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  • Solving the Plastic Problem Is More Than a Global Mandate—It’s an Opportunity

    Solving the Plastic Problem Is More Than a Global Mandate—It’s an Opportunity

    Plastic is ubiquitous in daily life, but plastic waste is a huge problem: It’s leeching into the ocean—and the human body. How can manufacturers and consumers help curb the plastic problem?

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  • Is Timber Bamboo the Future of Climate-Positive Industrialized Construction?

    Is Timber Bamboo the Future of Climate-Positive Industrialized Construction?

    Timber bamboo is a renewable, carbon-sinking building material. With the growing demands of the built world, it could be a game changer for global construction.

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  • Innovative Advanced Manufacturing Training Proves It’s Never Too Early to Start

    Innovative Advanced Manufacturing Training Proves It’s Never Too Early to Start

    For advanced manufacturing training, innovative programs led by community colleges are creating new employee pipelines by starting learning as early as sixth grade.

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  • Collaborative Robotics Bridges the Gap Between Digital and Physical Manufacturing

    Collaborative Robotics Bridges the Gap Between Digital and Physical Manufacturing

    The Arroyo Bridge Project is proof that collaborative robotics can be an effective way to marry human craft with robotic precision. Watch the video to learn more.

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  • India’s Air Pollution Is No Match for This New Low-Speed Electric Vehicle Platform

    India’s Air Pollution Is No Match for This New Low-Speed Electric Vehicle Platform

    In India, a startup that grew from making a warehouse scooter has introduced low-speed electric vehicle models using a unique approach and a ground-breaking production cycle.

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  • From Gust to Gale: Manufacturing Robots Speed Wind Farm Construction

    From Gust to Gale: Manufacturing Robots Speed Wind Farm Construction

    By enabling frontline workers to build designs from a tablet, Danish company Odico is using manufacturing robots to bring speed to the factory floor.

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  • How Technology Is Supercharging Airport Safety Measures for 2020 and Beyond

    How Technology Is Supercharging Airport Safety Measures for 2020 and Beyond

    Air travel has been deeply impacted by COVID-19. To protect travelers—and stay profitable —in 2020 and beyond, airports are bulking up safety measures and continuing infrastructure upgrades.

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  • Tackling a Tricky Flatiron-Shaped Build With Collaborative Construction Methods

    Tackling a Tricky Flatiron-Shaped Build With Collaborative Construction Methods

    Digital orchestration helped a collaborative team assemble a flatiron-type building in an odd-shaped triangular lot—a win for precast construction and BIM coordination.

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  • Take the Smart Road to a Connected, Adaptable, Eco-Friendly Future

    Take the Smart Road to a Connected, Adaptable, Eco-Friendly Future

    The future of road infrastructure is smart, connected, and adapted to both new forms of mobility and energy excellence.

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  • Asian Manufacturers Go All-In on Upskilling Employees

    Asian Manufacturers Go All-In on Upskilling Employees

    As new technologies continue to change manufacturing, future jobs will look different. See how this is playing out in Asia, where upskilling employees is a collaborative effort.

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