It's been quite busy here at Novedge, with all the new Autodesk releases, a brand new twinterview and getting ready for next week's Hangout. Let me give you an update on everything that's been going on.
If you haven't yet, check out our list of Autodesk products and look at the new features on all the 2015 releases by going to the individual product pages.
Free trial downloads of AutoCAD 2015, Revit 2015 and Maya 2015 LT are available on our site as well, here are the details.
Check out these libraries by DOSCH to add trees, cars and textures to your visualizations. These images are license-free and come as Photoshop files, with a transparency layer, ready to be used. Perfect for those projects that don't require 3D models of each element.
You have waited for years…finally Solid Edge is available on our website. Check out the details for monthly subscriptions to Solid Edge ST6 Classic, Design and Drafting, Foundation, and Premium. And don't forget to sign up for our live webinar on April 30th: Solid Edge with Synchronous Technology for Design Engineering.
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Vue Studio 2014 – Architectural Bundle and Vue Complete 2014 – Architectural Bundle help you create photo realistic renders and come with the Sketchup Vue Exporter plug-in included to export Sketchup models into Vue with just one click.
As you already know, this is the last year Autodesk upgrades are available. Starting in February 2016, the only way to stay current on Autodesk software will be to have Maintenace subscription. If you need to upgrade to AutoCAD 2015 LT, AutoCAD Revit LT Suite 2015 or AutoCAD Inventor LT Suite 2015, you have until this Friday, April 25th, to receive a free one-year Maintenance subscription with your upgrade. That translates into savings of up to 30%.
Don't forget to upgrade to Artlantis 5 before May 30th to save over $300. And the same savings apply to any sidegrade from Artlantis Render.
Our Google Hangout On Air Series: How to Succeed in Architecture has reached episode #10. We are celebrating big, with an all star line up. We invited Gregory R. Mottola and Rosa Sheng from Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, Doug Mehl from FENNIE+MEHL Architects and Olle Lundberg from Lundberg Design to talk about the way they designed the workspaces of some of the most innovative technologies companies, such as Square, Twitter and GitHub. Make sure to register to watch the live broadcast, to ask questions live to our panelists.
We started a new series of interviews on Twitter to bring the AEC community together on Twitter: Twinterviews! Our first three "victims" were Bob Borson, the team at Public Architecture and Neal Pann. Next Thursday, we'll grill Enoch Sears, at 11 am. Look for the hashtag #Twinterview.
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You can find our previous posts here to make sure you didn't miss any of our past announcements.
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