News And Events

  • By James Philip Site Collaboration Between Revit and Civil 3D Site Collaboration is a Revit 2019.1 new feature that introduces unprecedented interoperability between Revit and Civil 3D. New workflows will help save time and improve accuracy when you are transferring site information and project location data between project teams. You can easily link topography from…

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  • By Nick Harris Here at Cadline we decided some time ago to move away from traditional on-premise IT infrastructure to online cloud services. As you may expect of a technology consulting organisation with people and offices across the UK and northern Europe, agility and great communication are core to our success.  Moving our email, messaging…

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  • By Nick Harris Next week Autodesk holds its biggest customer event of the year. The Autodesk University format has grown over the last couple of years and has proved to be highly successful with ten individual events held at locations around the world annually. The mixture of educational sessions, hands-on labs and keynote presentations from…

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  • By Nick Harris Here we are at the start of 2018 and when I look to the year ahead I feel that we will continue the trend of the last couple with another unpredictable year. Over the last 18 months we have seen unexpected results in the US Presidential election, the Brexit referendum and a…

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  • By Nick Harris Alongside the release of Autodesk’s 2019 product versions this month, there has been another change to the licencing of Autodesk Collections. Now there is no limit to the number of products that you can run simultaneously on your computer, a change from the maximum of two previously. This change brings the multi-user…

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  • By Nick Harris At the beginning of August, Autodesk released the new Sets view, which makes it easier to organise and manage specific versions of documents into packages. These packages are called Sets and are intended to be issued for a specific purpose during the project life cycle.  Autodesk has extended the Sets functionality to include support for documents…

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  • By Nick Harris Our Engineering Projects team is expanding, and we have just added a mobile scanning unit. If you weren’t aware of what the team does then take a look at our dedicated page here. They provide supporting services to organisations of all sizes and disciplines as they digitise their working practices. For example, if your…

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  • By David Crowther Following on from Cadline’s attendance at both the AGI GeoCom 2017 and the GeoData 2017 events it was clear that 2017 was the year of SMART Data, SMART Processes and a SMARTER Future. During each event, we discussed how Autodesk products such as InfraWorks and Map 3D, as well as Open Source Geospatialsoftware; including QGIS, GeoServer and PostGIS would enable…

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  • Cadline is pleased to announce the full release of MapThat V3.0.0! MapThat V3 is a complete re-design and refresh of the user interface. Building on all the fantastic Map, Import, Edit, Query and Printing tools that are already available within MapThat, this new version allows you to more easily integrate your web mapping both internally…

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  • With COBie becoming more frequent as a project delivery and more and more practices aiming to deliver BIM Level 2, understanding how to achieve this can be fairly daunting. Where to start and how is COBie delivered from a Revit model? Well fear not, my colleague James Philip has provided some guidance using the free…

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