Thousands Experience the Future of Making Things at Autodesk University 2016
Company delivers the power to make anything with major updates to its cloud platforms
At the event, the company will unveil new and updated technologies that
“We’re all in on the cloud. Access to infinite computing power and the
ability to work together effortlessly is completely changing how design
and engineering are done,” said
Today in their keynote speeches, Bass and CTO
Throughout the event,
Tomorrow Senior Vice President of Products
Hanspal will also spotlight Forge,
Autodesk’s connected developer platform used to build and deploy apps
and services for making the world around us. In the year since Forge was
launched, the platform has surpassed 4,000 applications, which span a
variety of uses ranging from part inspection to sub-sea surveying.
“With our ongoing shift to cloud services, we are 100% focused on delivering maximum value to our subscribers and software developers. We are building a set of complete, connected and on-demand experiences for each of our major industries. Our aim is to empower engineers, designers and other users to have their project data in one place, collaborate across geographies, and more easily tap into the immense capabilities in Autodesk’s portfolio,” said Hanspal.
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In addition to the keynotes, hundreds of hands-on classes and networking with peers, the conference offers dozens of interactive exhibits that bring the future of making things to life. Examples include live industrial robotic 3D printing, a brick-laying construction robot, the first-ever generatively designed office building, an open-sourced 3D printed drone, a virtual reality experience to configure a full-scale Ford Mustang, and augmented reality construction hard hats. While these technologies are expected to reach the mainstream in the next one to four years, they're available today for those cutting-edge innovators who are propelling us into the future.
AU concludes on Thursday with an appearance by comedian, actor and
former fake-news correspondent
This year’s flagship
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