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Autodesk unveils 2013 civil infrastructure software

New Delhi, India: Autodesk Inc. announced its 2013 software and services for building design and construction, civil infrastructure, and plant design professionals.  Enhancements for Autodesk Building Design Suite 2013, Autodesk Infrastructure Design Suite 2013 and Autodesk Plant Design Suite 2013, together with expanded cloud services and improved collaboration and data management tools, are aimed at helping design, engineering and construction professionals address today’s business challenges with enhanced Building Information Modeling (BIM) workflows.

 “Autodesk’s 2013 Building Design Suite, Infrastructure Design Suite and Plant Design Suite along with expanded cloud services, collaboration and data management tools, are aimed to address the needs of design, engineering and construction professionals. With the new range of design suites, we are extending a cumulative solution package with an advanced set of BIM workflow to our customers who face complex business challenges in day to day designing.  Our expanded web services will give our customers access to cloud based services and mobile applications which will enable them to collaborate more effectively and access information from anywhere at any time,” said Jayant Keswani, Head, Marketing- Autodesk India & SAARC region.

“With these suites and services, we are looking a larger goal of building more sustainable designs for a better world,” he added.

For design, engineering and construction professionals, a combination of Autodesk Building Design Suite 2013, Autodesk Infrastructure Design Suite 2013 or Autodesk Plant Design Suite 2013 with Autodesk Subscription, Autodesk 360,  Autodesk Vault Collaboration AEC 2013 software and Autodesk Buzzsaw 2013 software-as-a-service, can help solve a wide range of today’s business challenges. These challenges include delivering projects with intelligent model-based design to meet increasing BIM mandates from government organisations and project owners, conducting energy analysis and construction simulation early and often to make more informed design and construction decisions, improving team collaboration by accessing cloud-based services and mobile applications, and winning new business by producing compelling visualisations.

The 2013 software and services portfolio includes access to Autodesk 360, a cloud computing platform that helps users dramatically improve the way project teams design, visualize, simulate, and share work. Autodesk 360 offers secure access to project data anytime, anywhere, while taking advantage of virtually infinite computing power through a broad range of cloud-based services.

Source: Autodesk