Make Great Products
In today’s product development process, digitally prototyping your designs is the norm, not the exception. But what you may not know is that true digital prototyping goes beyond 3D design and extends into sales, marketing, and manufacturing. And with open, scalable, and cost-effective solutions from Autodesk, it’s easier than ever before to drive real innovation and profitability.
Join us at SU14 and we’ll explore the many ways that Digital Prototyping can transform your product development process, from start to finish.
You’ll also get a chance to check out the many advantages of Autodesk® solutions for Digital Prototyping, like seamless interoperability, cloud capabilities that let you work from anywhere, and compatibility with software from other providers.
- Learn how Autodesk® Product Design Suite helps you develop more innovative designs with integrated, purpose-built 2D and 3D tools for Digital Prototyping to help you complete your product development process.
- Discover how easy it is for designers, engineers, and analysts to leverage Autodesk simulation tools at every step of the design process. From mechanical stress, vibration, motion, energy, and structural analysis to computational fluid dynamics (CFD), plastic injection molding, and multiphysics, you can use simulation to help optimize product performance, and validate designs before manufacturing.
- Find out how to manage all of your design data. Quickly and securely create, share, and reuse information—eliminating the hassles of chasing down files while allowing you to collaborate from anywhere around the globe.
Register now and choose from the sessions below to learn more about the many advantages of Digital Prototyping solutions from Autodesk.
iLogic Capabilities – Dave Breiner
The Peer to Peer CAD/BIM Manager – Robert Green
Autodesk 360 Cloud Services for Manufacturers – Sam Antos
10 Data Management Challenges You Can Solve in 3 Weeks – Jim Kahle, Chris Fabri
ReCap – Bill McKown
Quote-to-Design Automation – What are the best tools? – Daryl Price
Customizing the Circuit Builder in AutoCAD Electrical– Randy Brunette
Authorizing Parts in Inventor Content Center – Mark Lancaster