Cloud, design and 3D dominate Autodesk’s 2016 suites

|May 22, 2015 0
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Company feels that tighter integration with Autodesk 360 will provide faster rendering, visualization, simulation, and collaboration capabilities through design in the cloud

NEW DELHI, INDIA: Autodesk, Inc. announced the release of the new Autodesk 2016 Design Suites with the idea to offer more control than ever over all aspects of the design-to-make process through a connected desktop and cloud user experience.

Autodesk claims its design and creation suites provide customers with expanded toolsets, unique interoperability and a consistent user experience.

“Our customers are pushing the boundaries on how products are designed and made, how buildings are built, and how entertainment is created,” said Amar Hanspal, senior vice president at Autodesk. “Autodesk Suites address the entire workflow: from capturing reality and iterating on a design, to physically making that design through 3D printing or other forms of fabrication.”

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“The 2016 Suites provide our customers with a full set of software solutions to help them design better products and succeed in a competitive market. Our 2016 range of software comes with deeper integration with cloud services, usability enhancements, flexible subscription options and enhanced collaborative processes that will considerably accelerate the future of how things are built or made. The tighter integration with Autodesk 360 will provide our customers faster rendering, visualization, simulation, and collaboration capabilities through design in the cloud,” said Pradeep Nair, Managing Director, Autodesk India & SAARC.

It also talks about sophisticated tools for industry-specific challenges. Example -Customers in the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) and natural resources & infrastructure industries can look forward to enhanced software capabilities, increasingly powerful cloud services and flexible subscriptions options etc, says the company.

“Building Design Suite offers improved software performance and better interoperability for visualization, clash detection and detailing. Infrastructure Design Suite features connected workflows between preliminary engineering and the detailed design phases, better collaboration with extended data exchange capabilities, enhanced project organization tools and improved software coordination with consistent user interfaces. Plant Design Suite introduces significant enhancements to AutoCAD Plant 3D including tight integration with Autodesk Vault and attachment of Navisworks models as reference models while modeling, plus inclusion of AutoCAD MEP to model electrical raceways and ductwork.” the company explains

It is debuting new Autodesk AnyCAD interoperability for any third-party design files, and Autodesk 3D Print Studio, based on the Spark open 3D printing platform, which directly integrates additive fabrication into the Suites workflow.

Autodesk is confident that digital artists, film makers and gamers will find Autodesk tools helping to address the entire production process, especially when collaborating with multi-discipline teams spread across multiple locations.

Autodesk added that it continues to innovate and improve its Suites and Desktop Subscription products to tightly integrate with Autodesk 360 cloud services. “Subscription customers gain access to additional cloud services such as faster rendering and visualization capabilities, simulation, analysis and collaboration tools.”

 

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