Moving toward some automation of preliminary inspections is a goal of T2D2, a startup spun off from structural engineer Thornton Tomasetti in 2020.
Digitally prototyping complex designs, such as large physical structures, biological features, and micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) requires supercomputers running sophisticated multiphysics solvers.
The revolutionary shock and vibration product offers significant improvements over standard mounts in the protection of critical equipment.
Artificial intelligence and machine learning are becoming more widely used in a number of industries, including architecture, engineering and construction.
Drone services company Helios Visions has joined forces with T2D2, a software as a service (SaaS) platform that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to identify and assess damage and deterioration to building envelopes and structures to provide AI-powered drone facade inspection services.
David Barista talks with Badri Hiriyur, PhD, and Grant McCullagh from Thornton Tomasetti about the launch of the firm’s latest AEC software tool, T2D2.
Thornton Tomasetti has launched a new spy-in-the-sky technology that makes building façade inspection faster, easier and cheaper.
Thornton Tomasetti Launches T2D2, an AI Solution Company to Detect, Classify and Monitor Deterioration
T2D2 SaaS offering uses deep learning and computer vision built on decades of building renewal, investigation and Preservation Experience
Technology companies ShapeDiver and Swarm, leaders in the development of cloud-based parametric computation and collaboration, announced plans to merge.
OnScale, the leader in Cloud Engineering Simulation, announces Project BreathEasy, a consortium of multiphysics FEA/CFD vendors, medical device manufacturers, engineers, and doctors from around the world who are developing digital twins of the lungs of COVID-19 patients.
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