Apple UK is working to expand into new markets with its plans to “take centre stage” at next month’s
Complete ArchITect Event, according to
The event will be held June 18 at the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) building in London. The event offers a chance for participants to listen to case studies presented by professional architects and see how they’ve won projects using today’s technology. The event will showcase the latest CAD tools, 3D software and imaging solutions. Register at the RIBA Web site, and you’re eligible to win an iMac.
Apple’s attendance at the show comes as architects look at the company with renewed interest, tempted by Mac OS X’s Unix underpinning, according to Macworld UK. Also, Cyon Research Corp. and Architosh are assembling a report on the viability of bringing AutoCAD to the Mac. It will be published in June.
And in the US, Eric Stover, the AutoCAD product manager at Autodesk, wants to hear from people interested in having the company develop AutoCAD for Mac OS X. Interested?
Drop him an e-mail. AutoCAD, currently available for Wintel systems, is an interactive drawing system designed for drafting and design.