Our Vectorworks Nomad mobile app now offers ARCore support on Android devices, thanks to Google’s ARCore technology. As of today, you can build new AR experiences that seamlessly blend the digital and physical worlds, enhancing how you can approach planning and presentation.
The nominees are in, and we are thrilled to have been nominated in nine different categories in this year’s Construction Computing Awards. Known as “The Hammers,” the Construction Computing Awards showcase and reward the technology, tools, and solutions for the effective design, construction, maintenance, and modification of commercial buildings, residential and social housing, and civil engineering projects of all sizes.
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The people have spoken! Our software has taken home two notable awards recently based off of nominations and votes from readers, as well as judging panels. Our Vectorworks Nomad app won Mobile Technology of 2016 at the Cloud Hosting Awards, and the annual Construction Computing Awards honored Vectorworks Architect 2017 with their Editor’s Choice award.
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We’re talking about tools for the designer on the move in this month’s Tech Roundup. Check out the following videos to explore how you can make the most of your software even when you’re not at your desk.
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It's time for another Tech Roundup, and this month we have several new videos for you.
We have released the 2.6 version of Vectorworks Cloud Services and the mobile application Vectorworks Nomad. This version has been updated to include new support for general file storage, which will allow users to upload and access more types of files to their Vectorworks Cloud Services or Dropbox-enabled storage and view them in the Cloud Services web portal or on a mobile device with Vectorworks Nomad.
It's been a while since our last Tech Roundup, and we have lots of great updates to share.
A billion files are uploaded to Dropbox every day, so if you're in the cloud, we'd wager you're one of the 100 million people who use the file-storage solution. And do we have good news for you! Today's release of Vectorworks Nomad 2.5 includes integration with Dropbox, so Vectorworks users can connect their Dropbox accounts to Vectorworks Cloud Services and access Dropbox files from their mobile application. Vectorworks Cloud Services can also now process VWX files that are stored within a Dropbox account and generate PDFs.
We're happy to announce mobile support for Apple iOS 7. This means that our mobile application, Vectorworks Nomad, will support the new iOS 7 mobile operating system and match its interface look and feel. Current Vectorworks Nomad users can switch to the new iOS 7 by updating from the app store, and new users can download it here.
It seems like there's an app for everything these days--from counting calories to streaming music to social networking. And while these tools are great for personal use, there are a host of mobile apps that offer benefits to architects in their professional work, as well.
Here is a roundup of Vectorworks tech news from the past month.
Vectorworks Nomad is now available for Kindle Fire through the Amazon app store.
We've released a new version of the Vectorworks Cloud Services mobile application, Vectorworks Nomad 2.0.
Creating client presentations without bogging down the desktop CPU is now possible for users of Vectorworks software in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and Liechtenstein. With today's launch of Vectorworks Cloud Services in these countries, users can access and share files, and make design decisions from anywhere while shifting calculations needed to generate sections, elevations, renderings, and Building Information Modeling (BIM) data from the desktop to the cloud.