Autodesk’s flagship event, Autodesk University has showcased new technologies and modes of work that will help the event’s attendees move towards the future of technology. In his keynote speech to the nearly 10,000 attendees, Autodesk CEO Carl Bass said technologies like the Internet of Things, augmented and virtual reality, and robotics will change the way engineers and designers work. Places and things are more connected, intelligent and dynamic than ever before. Autodesk Chief Technology Officer Jeff Kowalski demonstrated how the company’s cloud-based 3D design, engineering and fabrication software is helping pioneering teams achieve their goals.
The company has also introduced a host of new technologies and partners that will enable customers to reach better outcomes and adapt to the future of making things. Other key moments of the event will include Senior Vice President Amar Hanspal’s closing keynote, where he will highlight the innovative solutions today’s designers and engineers are creating to address some of the world’s most crucial problems, such as access to clean water, green energy and improving health outcomes for everyone.