Autodesk University (AU) is the premier learning destination for Autodesk software users, bringing together design and engineering professionals from around the world. For the first time ever, AU is heading to London.
AU is designed for Autodesk software users to learn from Autodesk experts and other top experts in the field, connect with each other, and explore new concepts and workflows.
The two-day agenda (21-22 June, 2017) is packed with keynotes, classes, forums, an exhibition and a wealth of networking opportunities. Learn tips and tricks for working better with Autodesk products and services, and explore how technology is changing the way we create.
Bringing together some of the best minds in the business to share insights, provoke exploration, and inspire creativity.
This year’s featured speakers are:
- Amar Hanspal, acting co-CEO and chief product officer, Autodesk
- Chris Bradshaw, senior vice president – media & entertainment, education experiences and impact, Autodesk
Breakout manufacturing-related sessions on 21 June, include (but not limited to):
- Art to Part with Autodesk Fusion 360 and 3D printing
- Manufacturing an Unmanned Aerial System for Mountain Rescue
- The Next Big Step in Designing in Virtual Reality
- Realising Competitive Separation Through Additive Manufacturing
- Hands-on Introduction to Fusion CAM
Breakout manufacturing-related sessions on 22 June, include (but not limited to):
- Factory Design and Workflows with Multipond
- Future of Making Things Workshop – Mapping the Toolset of Innovation
- Introduction to Simulation CFD for Turbomachinery
- Choosing the Right Autodesk CAM Package
Autodesk’s Asif Moghal, senior industry manager for manufacturing business strategy & marketing, explained: “AU London marks an exciting opportunity to showcase how the UK is leading the world in advanced design, manufacturing and innovation.
“Technology offers significant opportunities to bring improvements to the way companies design, make and sell their products and help them turn the promise of things like Industry 4.0 and [the Internet of Things], machine learning and artificial intelligence into a genuine advantage.
“The UK is at the forefront of such developments and AU London offers the perfect opportunity to network with leaders in the industry, look at best practice examples and find
out more about how technology can better support manufacturing businesses, whatever their size.”
Special discount ticket offer
Readers of The Manufacturer can benefit from a significant saving on the cost of attending AU London 2017.
The Manufacturer has negotiated a special price of £540 (plus VAT), instead of the standard full ticket price of £800 (plus VAT) – a saving of £260.
The number of tickets at this special price is limited to just 50, so register now to avoid disappointment.
Click the link to register and receive the discount: bit.ly/AULondonTM