How China’s High-Speed Rail Zooms Past Other Countries

Engineering.com looks at the innovations China has made with high-speed rail.

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Dodge Data Developing Project Analytics Dataset to Curb Project Uncertainty

The company is in the pilot phase of developing an analytics tool for project owners.

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Eiffel Tower Grounds Redesign Winner Revealed

The City of Paris and Autodesk have released the winning redesign of the Tower's grand site.

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Women in Engineering: Roz Buick, Trimble Vice President

Engineering.com interviews Roz Buick, vice president of Trimble Buildings.

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Bettering Bike Infrastructure for U.S. Cities

A look at U.S. bicycle infrastructure to determine where it lags behind other parts of the world.

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Graphisoft Strengthens Nemetschek Connections with New ArchiCAD Links

There are no better links between ArchiCAD and other Nemetschek properties like Solibri.

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Graphisoft Announces 2019 Product Releases

Archicad 23, a new agreement with Epic Games, and better model performance on tablet.

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The Secret to Durable Fabric Building Construction for Any Application

Rigid steel frames and multiple-panel PVC fabrics outclass conventional fabric building methods.

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Korean Air is Making A Name For Itself in Advanced Manufacturing

Supplier for Boeing and Airbus is refining its non-autoclave parts manufacturing technologies.

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Siemens Moves to Secure Industry 4.0

The human element is key to digital security.

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PlanGrid Releases Portal for In-App BIM

PlanGrid BIM is the first integration with Revit after the company’s acquisition by Autodesk.

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Nothing Green About Concrete

Engineering.com looks at the plethora of issues associated with concrete, as well as some of the solutions.

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AI-Powered IIoT Solution to Help Manage and Monitor Aging Bridges, Tunnels, Highways and Railways

Sund & Bælt uses IBM Maximo for Civil Infrastructure to help construct Europe’s smartest tunnel

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What Is a Living Roof?

Engineering.com explores the concept of “green roofs,” which are covered in vegetation and soil.

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