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Autodesk to acquire PlanGrid, accelerate productivity in construction industry

Autodesk, Inc. has signed a definitive agreement to acquire PlanGrid, a leading provider of construction productivity software, for $875 million net of cash. This acquisition will enable Autodesk to offer a more comprehensive, cloud-based construction platform.

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Can machine learning turn industrial robots into masters of assembly and construction?

For the past two years, a small team of researchers at Autodesk’s AI Lab on Pier 9 in San Francisco has been working on a project called Brickbot.

If you dump a pile of toy bricks in front of a kid, not much time passes before they figure out how to assemble something fun. The pieces may come in different colours and sizes, but as long as they know how the bricks snap together, children will make miniature versions of just about anything they can imagine – from castles and skyscrapers to spaceships and unicorns.

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Autodesk and Trimble sign agreement to increase interoperability

Autodesk and Trimble sign agreement to increase interoperability

Trimble and Autodesk, Inc. have entered into an interoperability agreement aimed at saving customers time and reducing project costs typically associated with workflow inefficiency across different suppliers’ technologies. This will benefit architects, engineers and contractors and, importantly, project owners by enabling more freedom to optimize technology workflows needed to meet the complex requirements of today’s construction projects.

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