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Building Information Modeling (BIM): Machine Learning for the Construction Industry

Building Information Modeling (BIM) is revolutionizing the construction industry. Unlike the data generated by computer-aided design (CAD), which represent flat shapes or volumes and 2D drawings consisting of lines, BIM data represent the reality of the built structure. This new way of digitizing the real world is superior in operational terms, and the structure of its data is ideal for analytical purposes and the application of Machine Learning techniques.
BIMVertex works on BIM consultancies, Project Management Offices (PMO), construction companies, and developers to apply Machine Learning to BIM (even experimentally). Its user-friendly platform makes modeling possible without any in-depth knowledge of Machine Learning and enables previously unimaginable automated processes and knowledge.

NVIDIA Omniverse™ Platform

NVIDIA Omniverse is a powerful, multi-GPU, real-time simulation and collaboration platform for 3D production pipelines based on Pixar's Universal Scene Description and NVIDIA RTX™.

libcu++ Open-Source GPU-enable C++ Standard Library Updated

December 10, 2020
libcu++, the NVIDIA C++ Standard Library, provides a C++ Standard Library for your entire system which can be used in and between CPU and GPU codes. The NVIDIA C++ Standard Library is an open source project.
Version 1.4.0 of libcu++ is a major release providing several feature enhancements and bug fixes. It adds support for the following: , NVCC + MSVC support for , and backports of C++20 and C++17 features to C++14.
Other enhancements include improved and reorganized documentation, atomics decoupled from host Standard Library in MSVC, and revamped examples and benchmarks.
Additional information, examples and documentation can be found below.
libcu++ is available on GitHub and is included in the NVIDIA HPC SDK and the CUDA Toolkit.