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Autodesk University 2012 – Day Three

AUAUPhew! What a show! We saw thousands of people and demo’d to more than one hundred… and now we’re out of brochures, bottle openers, G-Docks, and energy. I really slept well on the plane home. Thanks so much to Autodesk...
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Autodesk University 2012 – Day Two

The Exhibition Hall opened this morning at 11:30am and we picked-up where we’d left off the evening before.  Lively discussions followed hands-on demos and more Revit users saw light at the end of their tunnel.  With Content Studio installed Revit...
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Autodesk University 2012 – Day One

Following my uneventful flight (‘uneventful’ is the very best kind of flight), and simple booth setup, #AU2012 opened its doors to the exhibition center and we readied ourselves for 10,000 attendees. This is the biggest show Content Studio has ever done and...
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BIM Show Live – Content from inception to reality

Thank you to everyone who attended our BIM Show Live speaker presentation today on assets and content management. As promised, here are the resources, used during the speech to assist with planning, developing and managing content. Content Studio Partial Compliance Check...
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Join us at BIM Show Live 2012!

Content Studio is exhibiting at BIM Show Live! Come and see Content Studio in action and meet the team.  Chris Senior, co-founder will also be speaking about content creation and management during a seminar titled Digital Assets – Content from inception to...
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Launch to the Knowledge Smart User Group

A big thanks to Rory Vance from Knowledge Smart for inviting us in to demonstrate our new technology to the Knowledge Smart client base last week. We captured some great feedback from the group’s current pain points with BIM and Revit....
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Content Studio in the Big Smoke at LRUG

Last night we presented at the infamous London Revit User Group, our biggest and our toughest crowd yet. Approximately 80 attendees descended on Buro Happold’s exhibition space. As usual their has to be some kind of technical glitch, this time with the hardware i.e....
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