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Autodesk Virtual Academy: Simulation with Autodesk CFD

by Nigel Ambayec on Nov 1, 2016

Autodesk CFD provides computational fluid dynamics and thermal simulation tools so you and your team can more easily predict product performance, optimize designs, and validate your product behavior prior to prototyping and manufacturing.

This recap of a recent Autodesk Virtual Academy session features James Neville - a simulation expert with a specialty in CFD at Autodesk.

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Topics: Autodesk CFD, Simulation CFD, Autodesk, CFD

What's Next in Manufacturing Forum

by Anthony Rodriguez on Oct 5, 2016

Join KETIV and Autodesk on October 19th for 'What's Next in Manufacturing,' a live event at the Bowers Museum in Santa Ana, CA. Amar Hanspal, Senior VP of Products at Autodesk, will share his perspective on the latest trends in manufacturing and what your business needs to do to stay ahead of competition. 

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Topics: Future of Making Things, Manufacturing, Autodesk, Future of Making, Fusion Lifecycle, Amar Hanspal

Upcoming Autodesk License Changes

by Bryce Ochoa on Jul 20, 2016

In last week's webcast, Nigel Ambayec and Joe Mouradian explained the upcoming changes to perpetual licenses that are coming at the end of July. In addition, they provided best practices so you can best prepare for the transition.

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Topics: Autodesk, Autodesk Perpetual License Update

Autodesk Future of Making Digital Conference

by Eric Paul on Jun 13, 2016

The Era of Connection will require you to change the way you design, manufacture, and build. Learn how others are capitalizing on new, disruptive technologies to outperform the competition.

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Topics: Future of Making Things, KETIV Events, Autodesk, Future of Making

Introducing Autodesk Industry Collections

by Anthony Rodriguez on May 24, 2016

The way you design and build is changing rapidly, which also changes the tools you use and the ways companies and individuals buy and access software. Autodesk is introducing Industry Collections as a way of delivering on their promise to offer greater value, more flexibility, and a simplified customer experience.

Autodesk Industry Collections will offer the most convenient and flexible way to access a wide selection of the most essential Autodesk software used in your industry, with the choice of monthly, quarterly, annual or multi-year term lengths and single- or multi-user access to fit your evolving business needs. These curated collections will be available for AEC, MFG, and M&E industries starting on August 1.

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Topics: Autodesk Suites, Autodesk, Media & Entertainment Collection, M&E Collection, Architecture Engineering & Construction Collection, Industry Collections, AEC Collection, Product Design Collection, MFG Collection

Autodesk's IdeaStation

by Daniel Hwang on Mar 17, 2016

Have you ever found yourself working with a product only to be frustrated by a function or, more often, a function that doesn’t exist? For nearly every product, there’s always room for improvement and the best ideas typically come through everyday use. Autodesk is a company that is aware of their constant need to grow and improve. We see these improvements in the form of hotfixes, service packs, or even their yearly releases of their products. But have you ever wondered where they get the ideas for these improvements? Of course many of them come internally from within Autodesk and others come from bug reports, but there’s a small community, not exclusive to Autodesk Employees, where ideas for improvement can be shared as hopeful future implementations.

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Topics: Autodesk Inventor, New Features, Autodesk, IdeaStation

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