In this issue: USC wins our Rendering of the Month | USD innovates during the Crisis | Palmieri’s Numedia Collection is coming as a PGC Extension | Davis Furniture explores multiple specification platforms | ALW creates Revit families for their RPD07-Hexagon models | MRL Partnership |
Rendering of the Month.
Our rendering of the month is this bird-eyed view of a drive-thru vaccination & testing building center of Universal Storage Container (USC). See more renderings in our Rendering Gallery.
USC innovates during the crisis.
Universal Storage Containers (USC), as a leader in storage container solutions, keeps innovating in the middle of the COVID-19 crisis. Introducing the drive-thru vaccination & testing buildings; now medical workers can operate safer and faster backed on portable technology.
This On-Demand Portable (ODP) solution provides adaptive structures that can be configured based on space, put up, taken down, or moved to another location in no time. Learn More.
As Configura‘s implementation partner, we are committed to connecting commercial furniture manufacturers with furniture dealers creating CET Catalogs & Extensions.
Below are the extensions that we’ve recently released.
We are about to release Palmieri’s PGC Extension. of the Numedia collection. Configura’s Marketplace is about to be enriched with this new CET Extension.
Check out our breakout session during last year’s CET Experience. Click Here
Discussion: The Evolution of the Specification Industry & Migration into CET Designer.
Eletronic Catalog Updates
Davis Furniture understands that great products have to be shared. Combining multiple specification platforms like Revit, SketchUp, and AutoCAD; Davis is reaching more dealers, architects, and designers, interested in incorporating cutting-edge products for their projects.
VR adoption in the real estate industry. Rapid adoption of Virtual Reality (VR) technologies is imperative to succeed in the Real Estate Industry. Modern real estate agencies are providing their customers with VR headsets allowing them to take virtual tours of several properties. VR technology opens the possibility to create artificial environments generated by a software based on 3D…
How Can Furniture Manufacturers Benefit from Using an Online Product Configurator When marketing and selling furniture online, today’s companies are presented with unique challenges that they would not encounter when selling offline. The challenge primarily lies in the way interactions change when communicating with customers online. Consequently, selling products online requires companies to come up…
In this issue: | Servex continues with the migration process to CET 13.0 | MergeWork’s EchoDeco Baffles are ready in CET Extension | Source’s Martini Height Adjustable Swivel is available in CET Designer | Element Contract’s CET Extension is ready to launch | RBW added Revit families and SketchUp symbols for the Cinema Chandelier | Pedagogy’s Tables & Chairs are looking great in BIM Revit | Pavilion’s Salita collection is now available in Revit | Jasper Group wins our rendering of the month |
Virtual Reality (VR) – the next marketing frontier in the furniture industry. Furniture manufacturers and dealers are demanding more VR content to increase consumer engagement with costumers. Manufacturers can digitize their products to create digital assets geared to increase consumer engagement. VR technologies use digital assets (3D Models) as an input to generate interactive virtual spaces. Virtual showrooms and…
Revit lighting families to illuminate the A&D community The lighting industry benefits from Autodesk Revit when creating Revit lighting families (BIM objects) to gain visibility and provide architects and project designers with accurate and detailed information on available light fixtures. Lighting manufacturers must assure that the creation of the Revit lighting families is fully optimized…
In this issue: Cliff Young wins our rendering of the month | New releases for CET Designer include Egan Visual, Russ Bassett, and Children’s Factory | Andreu World invests in CAD symbols for ProjectMatrix. | RBW’s Print collection is looking great, with SketchUp, CAD & Revit symbols available | MRL Partnership |