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2022: Autodesk kicks off annual design and make conference

2022: Autodesk kicks off annual design and make conference

Speakers from Autodesk and organisations such as the City of New Orleans, Harvard Business School, British Antarctic Survey and Amazon Studios will share insights on achieving better outcomes

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Autodesk has initiated Autodesk University (AU) 2022, the company’s annual design and make conference.  The conference has returned as an in-person event in New Orleans, running from September 27-29.

AU convenes industry experts and thought leaders at the forefront of architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC), product design and manufacturing (D&M), and media and entertainment (M&E). Attendees at AU will have the opportunity to hear from leaders in AEC, M&E, and D&M. Over 450 classes led by industry and product experts offer insights into the future of design and make.

Speakers from Autodesk and organisations such as the City of New Orleans, Harvard Business School, British Antarctic Survey, Amazon Studios, BBi Autosport, and more will share how they are achieving better outcomes by connecting people, processes, and technology.

“Our industries are embracing digital tools, but too often, people remain siloed in their respective jobs with disconnected processes, burdened by data that is not as useful as it could be,” said Andrew Anagnost, Autodesk president and CEO. “The time is now for our customers to fully realize the benefits of digital transformation. Our Autodesk cloud capabilities will empower the innovators and creators we serve to be more productive, and more profitable.”

Autodesk is advancing its customers’ digital transformation journeys by connecting workflows in the cloud for better outcomes and workflows. At AU, Autodesk is introducing three industry clouds: Autodesk Forma, Autodesk Flow and Autodesk Fusion, which all form part of the Autodesk Platform.

● Autodesk Forma – the industry cloud for AEC, unifies building information modeling (BIM) workflows for teams who design, build, and operate the built environment. The first Forma offering will help customers extend the BIM process into planning and early-stage design.

● Autodesk Flow – the industry cloud for M&E, connects customer workflows, data, and teams across the entire production lifecycle from earliest concept to final delivery. The first cloud product available on Flow will focus on asset management, giving users the ability to manage assets throughout the entire production process.

● Autodesk Fusion – the industry cloud for D&M, connects customer data and people across the entire product development lifecycle from top floor to shop floor. Fusion 360, together with Autodesk Fusion 360 Manage with Upchain, and Prodsmart make up the initial cloud offerings within Autodesk Fusion.

“Fusion 360 is the best example of where we’re taking our industry clouds, providing a connected environment that flows up and down a project lifecycle,” said Raji Arasu, Autodesk CTO. “As we build out each industry cloud, a central cloud information model will give every collaborator the right data at the right time on the device of their choice.”

Underpinning the clouds is Autodesk Platform Services, the set of APIs and services formerly known as Forge, which enable customers to customise solutions and create innovative workflows.

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