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New and improved remote working software has kept architects active throughout the pandemic – ArchPaper

The pandemic has revealed the full potential of remote working technologies. Equipped with the latest virtual meeting and project management tools, we’ve grown accustomed to being productive at home or elsewhere.

(Courtesy Enscape)
(Courtesy Enscape)

However, for architects who rely on heavy software and intensive teamwork, this transition has been more challenging. The following selection of new and improved applications makes it easier for designers to collaborate on modeling, rendering, and BIM tasks as well as project-manage, monitor finances, and stay connected with colleagues.

(Courtesy Paperspace)
(Courtesy Paperspace)

CORE
Paperspace

An accelerated computing infrastructure, CORE by Paperspace lets architecture firms oversee complex workflows. The program can manage multiple remote machines at once and offers shared storage. CORE also integrates with the leading CAD applications.

(Courtesy Autodesk)
(Courtesy Autodesk)

BIM Collaborate Pro
Autodesk

The next innovation in the ongoing evolution of BIM 360 software, the new BIM Collaborate Pro program combines the best of Autodesk’s suite of products so that AEC teams can coauthor and collaborate on various design projects from as many remote locations as needed. BIM Collaborate Pro pairs with Autodesk Doc, Cloud Worksharing, Civil 3D, Plant 3D, and Revit applications.

Read on >>>> Source: ArchPaper New and improved remote working software has kept architects active throughout the pandemic

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