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CBW12539 - Computational BIM Workshop Breakfast Sit down with your peers for breakfast before you start your Computational Building Information Modeling (BIM) training and get a head start on networking. 60 Minutes Activity
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DEV12041 - Autodesk’s DevDays General Session: General Design, AEC, Infrastructure, and Manufacturing Hear from Autodesk, Inc., executives and engineers about where Autodesk is taking design and engineering platform technology—from the desktop to cloud and mobile, and from software development kits (SDKs) to web services. Learn about upcoming Autodesk web service APIs, mobile SDKs, and desktop-technology platforms. 240 minutes Preconference event session
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LF12477 - Leadership Forum Breakfast Skip the Venetian coffee lines anduse that time to  meet your peers at the exclusive Leadership Forum breakfast.  We’ll have everything you need, including an espresso bar in the room. 60 minutes Preconference event session
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CP9844-L - Simulation Moldflow Synergy API, Part 1: An Introduction In this class we will introduce the basic concepts and principles behind the Application Programming Interface (API) and show how you can use it to enhance the capabilities of Simulation Moldflow Synergy software. The class will introduce the API functionality and conventions through a series of scripts that highlight common tasks completed with the API. Key areas covered will include creating custom plots and results, creating and examining mesh quality, exporting results, and interfacing with Microsoft Excel and Microsoft PowerPoint. The lab will consist of a mixture of lectures and hands-on exercises to ensure that both the theoretical and practical aspects of building API scripts are covered. No previous programming knowledge is required to take this lab. 240 minutes Hands-on Lab David Astbury
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MSF12444 - MEP and Structural Fabricators Forum Opening Session This is the opening keynote session. 30 minutes Preconference event session
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CBW12540-L - Computational BIM Workshop—Morning Session Introduction to visual programming—no prior experienced required. Dynamo visual programming gives you an easy way to program. In this initial session, we start with simple graph node diagramming. Is this really programming? When has logic been so intuitive? 210 minutes Hands-on Lab Matt Jezyk
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CBW12557-L - Computational BIM Workshop Repeat—Morning Session Introduction to visual programming—no prior experienced required. Dynamo visual programming gives you an easy way to program. In this initial session we will start with simple graph node diagramming. Is this really programming? When has logic been so intuitive? 210 minutes Hands-on Lab Zach Kron
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MSF9800 - Dive Deep into the Revit—Advance Steel Export/Import and Synchronization Workflow In this class you will learn and see all new improvements for the Advance Steel software plug-in for Revit software. Beside normal export and import functionality, this enables also a model file synchronization to keep the Revit model and the fully detailed structural steel model up to date. The class will also be focused around workflow optimizations to reduce time spent on model transfer. 60 minutes Instructional Demo Stephanie Hoerndler
Udo Haedicke
Jochen Tanger
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MSF10273 - Modern Mechanical Contracting: An Integrated Approach Mechanical-contracting operations rely on software, machinery, and advanced processes now more than ever. Integrating these processes into the business model is key to realizing the rewards of these technological advances. We’ll discuss the elements of early costing, estimating, modeling, prefabrication, modular construction, and washing models back through the estimating process. We'll also look at using Fabrication software content to generate internal manufacturing metrics and communications with business systems. 60 Minutes Industry Talk Dave Pikey
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MSF10902-L - Advance Steel: Hands On the Basic Functionality This class will provide hands-on instruction regarding how to lay out and construct your steel building. Learn how to create a 3D model of your 2D design by using the functionality in Advance Steel software. You will also learn how to make the most of the intelligent structural objects, parametric connections, stairs and railings, and more. 60 minutes Hands-on Lab Stephen Bessette
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MSF11746 - Advance Steel: Starting from Scratch and Becoming Fully Functional This class will explore techniques for introducing the use of Advance Steel software into the processes and workflows of a steel fabricator. Steel fabricators typically have very specific standards that govern how their documents look (and what their crews are expecting to see on those documents), what fabrication techniques can be utilized as a result of the available tools, and how to optimize the steel fabrication process and delivery. We will explore how to customize Advance Steel software to accommodate fabricator standards, produce common CNC (computer numerical control) files, and automatically create documents that display the information that fabrication crews can easily read and interpret. The overall goal is to enhance productivity and reduce rework and fabrication errors through customization tools within Advance Steel software. 60 Minutes Industry Talk erich bretz
Ryon Pax
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LF12478 - Welcome to AU Leadership Forum Bill Griffin, Autodesk Vice President of Executive Sales will kick off the day. 15 minutes Preconference event session
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ATC12118 - Autodesk Authorized Training Center Summit Keynote This session will focus on trends in the training industry and what companies can do to stay ahead in an ever-changing training landscape. 180 minutes Preconference event session
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EDU12137 - Technology coupled with innovative thinking is changing the way we educate Hear from 3 inspirational guest keynote speakers and discover how creativity, innovation, entrepreneurship and impactful design in education are shaping our future design thinkers. Help cultivate the next generation of designers by taking a new look at design and innovation and identify the in-demand skills essential for their future career success. Hear how you can build creative confidence in your students and guide them to act, iterate and get started – even if they don’t feel quite ready – to achieve success. Learn how by integrating socially impactful design into education we’re helping Millenials’ to build a better, more sustainable world and appealing to their ethos that it’s all about doing good whilst doing well.   180 minutes Preconference event session
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MSF11336 - Managing Material Pricing Using A Cloud-Based Add-in For Fabrication This class will cover how to simplify the complexities of material pricing using a new add-in for the Autodesk, Inc., Fabrication software products. The CINX (Construction Information Network and Exchange) add-in uses the Fabrication software API to provide new capabilities for contractors to align the pricing throughout their organizations and with their wholesale distributors. 60 minutes Instructional Demo Josh Asche
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MSF10967-L - Fabrication: Beginner's Implementation Lab If you are new to Fabrication software, there's a lot of road between installing the software and deploying and implementing the product across an enterprise. How do you point all your users to the same database? How do you implement security so that not everybody can change your database? How do you upgrade a Fabrication software database to the next release? All these common questions have easy answers that are not easy to come by if you are a new user. This lab will walk you through taking the configuration that installs to deploying the software to all users in your company in a safe and effective manner. 60 minutes Hands-on Lab Darren Young
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LF12504 - How Autodesk Innovates Jon Pittman, Vice President of Corporate Strategy, will present tangible lessons on innovation that you can apply to your own business.  Get ready embrace a Mindset of Innovation. 45 minutes Preconference event session
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MSF11860 - The Future of Structural Detailing with Advance Steel, Revit Structure, and NISD This session will present the new National Institute of Steel Detailers (NISD) curriculum for the Certificate of Detailing in Building Information Modeling (CD-BIM). This progressive new curriculum is free online and was done in a collaborative partnership with Autodesk, Inc. It highlights the foundational elements of BIM and additionally covers key topics such as model element Level of Development (LOD) in conjunction with the 2015 BIMForum’s LOD Specification. The course will show the fundamentals of creating and implementing good modeling practices as well as quality control and checking. It will also include the creation of shop drawings, details, erection drawings, and other fundamental elements of steel fabrication, such as advanced bills of materials. The curriculum is geared toward high school students and secondary education, and it introduces individuals to the structural steel industry, creating the next generation of steel detailers as well as structural engineers and steel fabricators. 60 Minutes Industry Talk Colt Scherbig
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MSF10010 - Fabrication ESTmep 2016 Business Implementation Roadmap Learn how A.G. Coombs PTY Ltd approached and implemented the use of the Fabrication ESTmep software platform within our business. This will be a Now/Where/How analysis. 60 Minutes Industry Talk Kevin Oliveira
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LF12505 - Lessons from the edge: A look at Autodesk advanced innovation projects Lessons from the edge:   Carl Bass and Jeff Kowalski will show some amazing projects on AU mainstage:  from robotics, to generative design, and even the internet of things.  Get a behind-the-scenes peek iinto these efforts with key researchers in each area. 60 minutes Preconference event session
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MSF11090-L - Customizing Lists with BOM-Editor in Advance Steel In this class you will learn how bills of materials are customized to suit your company specific standards, how to connect the Project Explorer with lists, and how to format the output in regards to units, bar codes, formulas, and so on. 60 minutes Hands-on Lab Stephanie Hoerndler
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MSF11191-L - An Introduction to Design Line Design Line is one of the most powerful features of the Fabrication software products from Autodesk, Inc. The Design Line technology creates fabrication-intent models from special lines called Design Lines that are associated with a fabrication service. This specification-driven methodology enables for easy creation and modifications to the model. This hands-on lab will introduce the basic concepts and best practices for using Design Line in your daily work. 60 minutes Hands-on Lab Scott Hendricks
Doug Wietbrock
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MSF11653 - Database Management from a Database Manager’s Point of View Learn how to manage content for Autodesk, Inc.’s, Fabrication Solutions from a database manager’s point of view. We will dive into how to apply fitting dimensions to product-listed information for accurate dimensional content and apply connectors. Then learn how to apply estimating information for reporting of information to be used for ordering, estimating, and job tracking. 60 minutes Instructional Demo Greg Murphy
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MSF10435 - Goin' Big with Rebar in Revit Structure This class builds on previous Autodesk University classes that taught rebar modeling and shop drawing tools in Revit Structure software. We will expand on this by showing how to manage a large rebar model and shop drawings for large building construction projects in Revit software. Using a 2000-plus ton rebar model for a $1 million, San Francisco, mixed-use, mid-rise project as an example, we will discuss how to use the Revit software model and add-ins to manage pours, fabrication data, and coordination between the contractor, rebar fabricator, and installer. We will present techniques that will help you use partitions and bar numbering to manage data in a large rebar model, as well as how to use parameters and filters to control and QC rebar delivery data. We will demonstrate spreadsheet links and add-ins to export rebar fabrication data from the Revit software model to input directly into common rebar cutting and bending software applications. You will also learn tips and tricks to help you take advantage of repetition to efficiently model rebar and annotate shop drawings. 60 minutes Instructional Demo Ryon Pax
Daniel Mccloskey
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LF12677 - How Technology Shapes Design & How Design Shapes the Future Presentation by Tom Wujec, Autodesk Corporate Fellow. 45 minutes Preconference event session
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MSF9970-L - Advance Steel: Drawing Styles Customization In this hands-on lab you will learn how to customize a drawing style to suit your specific requirements for detail drawings, taking into account what should be shown in detail, how should it be shown, labels, and dimensions to be created. We will walk through the workflow of configuring drawing styles using the Drawing Styles Manager interface, with an explanation of existing options and settings. We will configure and use model objects, labels, and dimensions in specific scenarios. This class will include configuration and workflow recommendations for an efficient way of using drawing styles. Please note that this class is suitable for intermediate and advanced users only. 60 minutes Hands-on Lab Emy Nestor
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MSF11215-L - Hands-on Lab: Introduction to Fabrication ESTmep This is an introductory course for Fabrication ESTmep software. It will cover the most important concepts and common commands necessary to use Fabrication ESTmep software at a fundamental level. The objective of this course is to introduce the essential functionality of Fabrication ESTmep software so that a new user can generate accurate cost estimates from imported models and traced drawings. We will cover how to navigate through Fabrication ESTmep software, basic reporting, understanding pricing, and best practices. 60 minutes Hands-on Lab Lyle Janda
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MSF9863 - MEP Fabrication: Small to Mid-Size Companies MEP fabrication has been a hot topic for many years. It seems only the larger companies are taking advantage of this opportunity. We are starting see fabrication appear in instructions to bidders and, in some cases, demands from owners. Could MEP fabrication work for a small or mid-size company? In this class we will discuss the fundamental elements that make a successful fabrication shop and we’ll explore the possibilities of making fabrication functional for a smaller company. We will talk about material flow, people flow, automation, equipment placement, bulk buying, material movement, cultural/behavior changes, software, Building Information Modeling (BIM) coordination, effects on job-site safety, early turnover, and packaging for delivery to job sites. This will be an interactive session with plenty of time for questions during and after the presentation. 60 Minutes Industry Talk John Mack
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MSF9680 - Advance Steel for Building Information Modeling (BIM): Seamless Workflow from Design to Fabrication To maintain a competitive advantage, more and more structural engineers are trying to find a way to capitalize on their Building Information Modeling (BIM) data for steel detailing and fabrication. This class will focus on showing how Advance Steel software is proving to be the missing link that enables structural engineers to capitalize on their Revit Structure software models for steel detailing and fabrication. You will also learn how to use Connection Vault in Advance Steel software to create automated steel connections on the structural members imported from Revit software. You will then learn how to create the automated fabrication and erection drawings and NC files. This class will also show how the bidirectional sync between Revit software and Advance Steel software enables you to bring any Revit software changes into Advance Steel software or validate Advance Steel models in Revit software. 60 minutes Instructional Demo Deepak Maini
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MSF9972 - Revit and the Future of Rebar Detailing This class will cover the use of Revit Structure software as a reinforcement detailing platform. We will examine the various reinforcement tools available in Revit software, including rebar extensions, area reinforcement, path reinforcement, 3D rebar, assemblies, and a few add-in programs. We will also touch on some best practices, workarounds, shortcuts, limitations, and advantages. We will show you several examples of actual projects where Revit software reinforcement has been used, and share the models themselves, methods employed for presenting quantities, and placement drawings. 60 Minutes Industry Talk Grant Doherty
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MSF11958 - Fabrication CAMduct Generic Post Processor This class will cover a new feature in Fabrication CAMduct software, a post processor that can be created and used without the often-lengthy process of liaising, testing, and resubmitting changes, with the Autodesk Fabrication Development Teams. 60 minutes Instructional Demo Dave Dykes
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ATC12320 - ATC Summit Lunch Join us for lunch and connect with other ATC managers and personnel. 60 Minutes Activity
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CBW12541 - Computational BIM Workshop Networking Lunch Join your peers for lively discussions about the morning session of the Computational Building Information Modeling (BIM) Workshop. Compare notes, get new ideas, and make new contacts while you enjoy lunch. 60 Minutes Activity
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EDU12149 - Education Summit Lunch Lunch break for Education Summit 60 Minutes Activity
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LF12506 - Leadership Forum Luncheon Lunch and discussions with the morning's presenters. 60 minutes Preconference event session
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MSF12445 - MEP and Structural Fabricators Forum Luncheon Join your peers for lively discussions about the morning sessions of the MEP and Structural Fabricators Forum. Compare notes, get new ideas, and make new contacts while you enjoy lunch. 60 Minutes Activity
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ILS12166 - Intermediate-Advanced Building Design If you’re a current and active user of Building Design Suite, the suite of interoperable 3D building design software, this hands-on training session is for you. You’ll advance your skills with the latest Autodesk, Inc., tools for Building Information Modeling (BIM)- and CAD-based workflows, such as Revit software, Showcase software, ReCap software, and more. 270 minutes Preconference event session
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ILS12159 - Beginner Manufacturing / Product Design If you’re a relatively new user of 3D modeling and analysis, this hands-on training session is for you. You’ll learn how to use the latest Autodesk, Inc., tools for 3D modeling, drafting, visualization, and collaboration using Inventor software, Fusion 360 software, and Autodesk 360 cloud-computing platform. 270 minutes Preconference event session
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CBW12558-L - Computational BIM Workshop Repeat—Afternoon Session Scripting and analysis: So you want to control more complex geometry and maybe use more complex logic? In this more advanced session we will introduce the scripting language of both Python software and Dynamo software, and we’ll expand Dynamo software’s capabilities with custom nodes. This will open a completely new range of possibilities, including analysis, simulation, and digital fabrication. 270 minutes Hands-on Lab Zach Kron
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ILS12167 - Design Visualization for Intermediate-Level Designers Now that you’ve finished your design, the key to selling your idea to a potential investor or customer is the ability to show and visualize it in context. In this class you’ll learn about how to use Fusion 360 software in combination with 3ds Max Design software to create compelling software-rendered animated visualizations and high-resolution images for design reviews, customer or investor presentations, and marketing materials. 270 minutes Preconference event session
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IFS12218 - The Future of Making Things: Transportation Infrastructure As transportation systems become more integrated and interconnected across asset lifecycles, the needs are too great, financial means too small, and public expectations too high to give the inefficiencies of the past the possibility to interfere with building our future transportation systems—and owners are on the front line of this change. Join this session to hear discussions on how Building Information Modeling (BIM) plays a role; the needs of the owner and the engineering network; and how to implement and improve your BIM processes. 90 minutes Preconference event session Drew Olsen
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IFS12220 - The Future of Making Things: Utilities Infrastructure The utility industry faces a number of disruptions over the next few years, with the rapid growth of distributed resources, energy storage, and smart grid devices changing utility business models and engineering requirements. At the same time utilities face a skills gap, a rapidly changing workforce, and growing customer and regulator expectations, all driving an examination of business processes and workflows. Join this session to explore how new technologies, Building Information Modeling (BIM) processes, and the new workforce will come together in the future of utilities. 90 minutes Preconference event session Alan Saunders
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EDU12143 - Making It Real: Inspiring Creativity and Innovation Through Maker Education Being a maker is about exploration, creativity, problem solving, and even play. It is a great way to get students excited about STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics) fields and introduce design thinking into standard academic settings. It creates opportunities for innovation and invention. Be inspired by and gather insight from educators and students who are immersed in the maker mindset with design, fabrication, and the creative process. 60 minutes Preconference event session
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CBW12542-L - Computational BIM Workshop—Afternoon Session Scripting and analysis: So you want to control more complex geometry and maybe use more complex logic? In this more advanced session we will introduce the scripting language of both Python software and Dynamo software, and we’ll expand Dynamo software’s capabilities with custom nodes. This will open a completely new range of possibilities, including analysis, simulation, and digital fabrication. 270 minutes Hands-on Lab Matt Jezyk
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ILS12163 - Intermediate—Advanced Manufacturing / Product Design If you already have experience with Product Design Suite, or other similar 3D modeling and analysis tools, this hands-on training session is for you. You’ll learn how to use advanced capabilities available in the Autodesk, Inc., suite of tools for 3D modeling, simulation, visualization, and collaboration, using Inventor software, Fusion 360 software, and Autodesk 360 cloud-computing platform. 270 minutes Preconference event session
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ATC12121 - How to Be Successful in the Academic Market Are you looking to expand your customer base? Have you tried to expand into academia but you aren’t sure where to begin? This session is for you. We will discuss strategies and programs that are available through Autodesk, Inc., that can help Autodesk Authorized Training Centers (ATC sites) expand into this lucrative market. We will also focus on how ATC sites can capitalize on the Student Expert program to add value to their business. 60 minutes Preconference event session
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IFS12222 - The Future of Making Things: Smart Cities There is a shift in thinking about how our cities are being planned and built. It is no longer about solving a particular problem for an isolated part of the larger system. Instead, it is about containing many small-scale, networked elements that serve a multitude of uses. As a result, designs will need to be anticipatory of short-term local conditions and long-term global phenomena—and planning, design, and management will need to be proactive in order to truly be sustainable. Join this session to hear discussions on how Building Information Modeling (BIM) plays a role and how to implement and improve your BIM processes to support the move to smart cities. 90 minutes Preconference event session Terry Bennett
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EDU12140 - Challenging youth to tackle civic issues Libby Falck doesn’t just talk about design thinking, she pushes youth to go beyond classroom learning and actually solve sustainability and civic challenges. Through hackathons, workshops and projects Libby inspires teachers and students to tackle civic issues, come up with disaster relief plans, and come up with green solutions. Learn about her amazing successes and gather ideas for your own classrooms. 60 minutes Preconference event session Libby Falck
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LF12507 - From Innovation Mindset, Insight, to Action As we heard, you need the Mindset of Innovation to create real change.  In this interactive exercise,  we will address how you develop that mindset to seperate yourself from the competition,  experiment at the right time, and fascinate your customers.  Bill O'Connor, Innovation Strategist, will lead this fun and interative exercise, facilitated by our Customer Success Managers. 90 minutes Preconference event session
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ILS12165 - Beginner Building Design If you’re a relatively new user of Building Design Suite, the suite of interoperable 3D building design software, this hands-on training session is for you. You’ll learn how to use the latest Autodesk, Inc., tools for Building Information Modeling (BIM)- and CAD-based workflows, such as Revit software, Showcase software, ReCap software, and more. 270 minutes Preconference event session
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CP12451-L - Simulation Moldflow Synergy API, Part 2: Building Real-World Applications In this class we will show how to build practical API scripts using the API in the Simulation Moldflow Synergy software product. We will explore concepts such as functions and error checking. The class will introduce the API functionality and conventions through a series of scripts that highlight common tasks completed with the API. Key areas covered will include building a custom report generator, modifying geometry, modifying analysis inputs, running simulations, and interfacing with Microsoft Excel and Microsoft PowerPoint. We will take some time to explain the data formats stored with the Study (.sdy) file. This knowledge is invaluable to API users wishing to change property data guidelines on buildings. We will also discuss high-performance scripts. The lab will consist of a mixture of lectures and hands-on exercises to ensure that we cover the theoretical and practical aspects of building API scripts. Some programming knowledge is preferred, but not required. 240 minutes Hands-on Lab David Astbury
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EDU12146 - Making a Positive Change Through Innovation Saul Kaplan is the founder and chief catalyst of the Business Innovation Factory (BIF) and author of The Business Model Innovation Factory: How to Stay Relevant when the World Is Changing. In this session learn how BIF is creating a real-world laboratory for innovators to explore and test new business models and system-level solutions in areas of high social importance, including healthcare, education, entrepreneurship, and government. Understand how powerful tools like human-centered design and storytelling can help you imagine, prototype, and test new approaches to transforming student experience. 60 minutes Preconference event session
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MSF10937-L - Fabrication: Advanced Database Administration (Outside the Box). This session is the hands-on lab compliment of the lecture of the same name. While beneficial on it's own, this session will be enhanced greatly by attending the lecture beforehand. Administering your Fabrication CADmep, Fabrication CAMduct, Fabrication ESTmep, or Revit Fabrication database can be difficult. Even when not difficult, it can be cumbersome and time consuming. This session will cover a number of ways to accomplish a variety of things many don't know how to do at all, or how to do quickly. With multiple locations and databases, learn many of the tricks the speaker learned while managing multiple systems and migrating them into a more-centralized single database model. From back-end IT infrastructure to database management processes and best practices, learn what works and what doesn't when managing a variety of tasks. 60 minutes Hands-on Lab Darren Young
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MSF11808 - Using Fabricator Data and Expertize to Optimize Steel Structures This class will present a Revit software plug-in developed collaboratively by Stanford University and Autodesk, Inc., that enables architects and engineers to receive real-time feedback on the installed cost, lead time, and environmental impact of steel structural design options. The estimates are based on current data provided by members of the structural steel supply chain, including mills, fabricators, and erectors. The IP required to produce the estimate is stored and maintained by each party in a secure online database; information authorized for release to the designer is accessed by the Revit plug-in via web services and visualized in the context of the Building Information Modeling (BIM). We will share 2 industry case-study applications of the technology in collaboration with Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP (SOM); Rutherford + Chekene; and Herrick. We will discuss the business benefits and process changes required to on-board the technology for design engineers, fabricators, and erectors, and we will cover future plans for the development of the technology. 60 Minutes Industry Talk Forest Flager
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MSF12017-L - Advance Steel: Hands-on to Extending Detailing Capabilities with Scripting One of the less-known special features of Advance Steel software is the ability to use User Scripts to aid and personalize various processes. You can use Advance Steel software scripts in several places, including numbering, object filtering for detailing, filtering for detail processes, and numerical control. In this class we will explore the scripting language and walk through the process of adding/modifying scripts to obtain different results in Advance Steel software details. 60 minutes Hands-on Lab Mihai Dobrescu
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MSF10275 - MEP Virtual Construction: When the Design Gloves Come Off In today's fast-paced world it is becoming increasingly important to know how to utilize the design information received to create the most efficient and accurate plan for the construction of the designed systems. We'll talk about how we work with design models outside of Building Information Modeling (BIM) coordination to get more accurate information to estimators, foremen, and electricians. There will also be a brief overview of how we approach the subject of prefabrication from an electrical view. 60 Minutes Industry Talk Cassandra Watts
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MSF10357 - Visualize Real-Time Steel Production Status in Advance Steel Model and in Autodesk A360 Get ready to “graphically” access real-time production-rich data from the field, on the move, or from your drawing office with a connected cloud-based Building Information Modeling (BIM) workflow. This class will show you how to take advantage of Advance Steel software, Autodesk 360 cloud-computing platform, and GRAITEC Advance Workshop software to not only gain access to intelligent digital BIM data related to actual production and delivery (at LOD 500) live from the field, but also the ways in which this can improve delivery coordination, reduce change order requests, and minimize errors. Autodesk, Inc., cloud services change the way live production information is accessed while on the move, and the bidirectional link between Advance Steel software and Advance Workshop software takes full advantage of this to deliver production status information graphically in real time anywhere, any time. Working in a live and connected BIM workflow at the sharp end of the project also enables time and costs savings to be achieved across the whole construction phase. 60 minutes Instructional Demo Joseph PAIS
Carl Spalding
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MSF11406 - Spooling With Fabrication You will leave this class knowing how to set up your own company's spool template, how to create a bill of materials for the spools, how to set up an autopopulated title block, and best methods on spooling with Fabrication software. 60 minutes Instructional Demo Tim Catalano
Jubel Beren
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DEV12042 - DevDays Breakout: Architecture, Engineering, Construction, and Infrastructure Hear from Autodesk, Inc., executives and engineers about where Autodesk is taking architecture, engineering, construction, and infrastructure management technology—from the desktop to cloud and mobile web service APIs and software development kits. Learn about future enhancements to Revit software, Revit Server software, BIM 360 software, Navisworks software, InfraWorks 360 software, AutoCAD Civil 3D software, and more. 180 minutes Preconference event session
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ATC12120 - Instructor Development Subject matter experts within the field of instructor development will lead this session and focus on strategies that Autodesk Authorized Training Center (ATC) managers can use to bring lifelong learning into their training teams. We will focus on Autodesk, Inc., programs and tools available to increase instructor skill set, as well as opportunities outside of Autodesk with third-party companies. 60 minutes Preconference event session
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DEV12043 - DevDays Breakout: Manufacturing Industry Hear from Autodesk, Inc., executives and engineers about where Autodesk is taking manufacturing technology—from desktop to cloud and mobile web service APIs and software development kits. This is an opportunity for manufacturing innovators to learn about future platform enhancements to Inventor software, Fusion 360 software, and Autodesk PLM 360 software. 180 minutes Preconference event session
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DEV12044 - DevDays Breakout: Platform Technologies Hear from Autodesk, Inc., executives and engineers about where Autodesk is taking horizontal platform technologies—from desktop to cloud to web service APIs and software development kits. Learn about future platform enhancements to the AutoCAD 360 web app, View and Data API, ReCap software, AutoCAD I/O API, and of course the next release of AutoCAD software! 180 minutes Preconference event session
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EDU12147 - Beyond Ideation: Encouraging Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Students We live in an era of constant innovation and immense opportunity. When school becomes a place where entrepreneurship is encouraged, students learn and apply 21st-century skills that are necessary for their future careers. It becomes a place for experimenting and project-based learning—a place where students move their ideas beyond the classroom and actually generate marketable products. Hear from leaders who are creating and inspiring inspirational work and are enabling the future generation of entrepreneurs. 60 minutes Preconference event session
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EDU12144 - Helping Young Minds Navigate the Creative Process Saeed Arida is the founder and chief excitement officer of NuVu Studio, a Cambridge-based innovation school for middle school and high school students. NuVu’s pedagogy is based on the design-studio model and geared around multidisciplinary, collaborative projects. NuVu teaches students how to navigate the messiness of the creative process, from inception to completion by prototyping and testing. Hear more about this forward-thinking school and a recent opportunity the students had to demonstration one of their designs for President Obama. 60 minutes Preconference event session
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EDU12141 - Using hands-on projects to build creative design capacity Dr. Linder engages people in design for personal transformation and social change through environmental sustainability, international development, and human-centered design. He will share teaching and learning insights for empowering students through hands-on design experiences including design for social innovation and impact. These ideas will be illustrated with undergraduate examples ranging from a bio-inspired introduction to engineering design to an upper-level program where students work with people in communities around the world to address challenges endemic to poverty. 60 minutes Preconference event session
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LF12717 - Leadership through disruptive thinking During this session, we will hear from Autodesk enterprise customers who are transforming their business through disruptive thinking and a bold vision of the future. Customers on the panel represent various industries, but all share common business and technology challenges, with a need to maintain their competitive advantage.  See how disruptive and innovative thinking has helped these companies solve practical business problems, and identify ways to apply those lessons to your organization. 60 minutes Preconference event session
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MSF10836 - Lessons Learned Implementing Advance Steel Workflows This will be a review of an initial Advance Steel software workflow implementation plan, and an analysis of what worked well and what needed to be changed. We will present descriptions of training plans, integration of Advance Steel software into actual production orders, and ways to balance project deadlines with the learning of new software on major projects. We will share best practices for training new employees with no previous 3D AutoCAD software experience. And we will discuss an update on integration of Advance Steel software with production equipment using both NC and XML output, as well as future workflow integration and next steps. 60 Minutes Industry Talk Magnus Rovillos
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MSF10428 - Alamo Scan Project: Blending Laser Scan Technology & Software for LOD 400 MEP As-Built Laser scanning technology and adoption has been accelerating over the last few years, particularly in interior and mechanical applications. Hand-held scanners specifically have increased in popularity for their mobility and lower entry cost. Additionally, software tools for point-cloud feature recognition and model development have improved as well. This class will cover the best practices and lessons learned from the Alamo Scan Project. An existing mechanical room in San Antonio was scanned using terrestrial and handheld scanners. Learn how the resulting scan data, individual and combined, was then resolved with feature recognition software to define the spatial reference of the room and mechanical systems. Understand the multiple workflows and best practices to use depending on technologies being applied. See how the output of the feature recognition software was tuned to enable integration with Fabrication CADmep software to automate LOD 400 mechanical systems detail. 60 Minutes Industry Talk Jeffrie Mcdonald
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MSF10012 - Utilizing the Fabrication Software API This will be a run through of the Fabrication software API, features, examples, uses, hints and tips, and new features for 2017. 60 minutes Instructional Demo Matt Potts
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MSF12001-L - Advance Steel: Customizing Profile Database In this class you will learn how to use and configure the Advance Steel software profile database. At the end of this course you will have the knowledge to add new and modify existing steel profiles within the database for future use. You will also be able to add profiles that are required by the project and the manufacturer catalog to enhance your design experience. 60 minutes Hands-on Lab Stephen Bessette
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MSF10854-L - From Design to Fabrication: An Introduction to Fabrication in Revit MEP This will be a hands-on introduction to the world of fabrication with Revit MEP software. Familiarize yourself with the fabrication possibilities introduced in Revit MEP 2016 software, such as how to manage and create fabrication content. We will also take a look into possible Building Information Modeling (BIM) workflows for fabricators. 60 minutes Hands-on Lab Michael Goehring
Thomas Gregersen
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MSF11845 - Dynam(o)ite Your Design from Concept to Fabrication The way we think about and deliver buildings, both intellectually and physically, is changing. Several stakeholders want to consider many design options of a construction in order to make the right decision on design, analysis, and fabrication. Different project teams are breaking out of their disciplinary territories and are getting more involved upfront in the Building Information Modeling (BIM) process. It’s so much easier to access complex and offsite production methods, and this is bringing costs down and pushing quality and value up. Do you feel this increasing need for maintaining knowledge of initial design conditions and early decision-making in fabrication? Then this class will put some dynamite in your classic BIM workflows by introducing computational design in the whole BIM process, from concept to fabrication. You will see how Dynamo Studio software and Revit software form the unbeatable duo in the design of structures. Discover how Dynamo software can meet your requirements for reinforced concrete and steel fabrication, and get blown away by the ability of Dynamo software to handle fabrication drawings of building-closure elements. 60 minutes Instructional Demo Dieter Vermeulen
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IFS12221 - BIM in Utilities Projects: Implementation Strategies and Best Practices Join this interactive session to hear from peer utilities and service providers on their experiences in Building Information Modeling (BIM) transformation in distribution, transmission, and substation workflows. Topics will include use of intelligent model-based design standards, change management, and how to get started on this transformation. 120 minutes Preconference event session Arnold Fry
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IFS12219 - BIM in Transportation Projects: Requirements, Standards, and Best Practices Join this interactive session to hear from your peers on their experiences in Building Information Modeling (BIM) transformation for rail, roadway, and airport projects. Topics will include use of intelligent model-based workflows, change management, and how to get started on this transformation. 120 minutes Preconference event session Drew Olsen
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IFS12223 - BIM in Land Projects: Implementation Strategies and Best Practices Join this interactive session to hear from your peers on their experiences with completing land projects. Topics will include use of intelligent model-based tools and workflows, change management, and how to get started on this transformation. 120 minutes Preconference event session Scott Noble
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ATC12119 - Certification This roundtable session will discuss the certification landscape today and encourage attendees to work in groups to identify the program’s strengths and weaknesses and come up with solutions that will be shared with Gilmore and Autodesk, Inc. Get your voice heard. 60 minutes Preconference event session
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EDU12142 - Teaching by Experience Jacob is CEO at Industree Foundation, which runs IMPACT EDGE, a joint initiative with Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology. He also co-founded Idiom Design and Consulting (a leading Indian design firm designed to handle projects at scale) and Spring Health Water Pvt Ltd (a for-profit business that takes safe drinking water to underserved populations). Learn how he takes his students through a business design approach to co-create businesses that create impact at the bottom of the pyramid. Students go through powerful life-changing immersive experiences in the process of taking design-thinking methods of customer centricity and rapid testing in fail-forward mode. 60 Minutes Industry Talk jacob mathew
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EDU12148 - Driving Innovative Processes Within an Entrepreneurial Ecosystem As Dean of the College of Business at Oregon State University, Dr. Mitzi M. Montoya is responsible for enhancing the entrepreneurial ecosystem and driving innovative, collaborative initiatives across the University. In this session, you will learn best practices from her years of academic experience and leadership in innovation and entrepreneurship as well as her time spent consulting with industry leaders.  60 Minutes Industry Talk Mitzi Montoya
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EDU12145 - Design and Technology Education: A Risk Approach to Learning John Zobrist is head of design and technology at United World College of South East Asia in Singapore and was a recent recipient of a D&T Excellence Award, which recognizes the achievements of outstanding design and technology teachers and contributors over the years. In this session you will learn how to shift away from a linear learning approach—such as the design process, material-based, or exam-driven units—to a more holistic learning experience in creative-design thinking. Take risks, enable creativity, and use experience and the availability of next-generation technology to empower design students of tomorrow. 60 minutes Preconference event session John Zobrist
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LF12678 - Steps Toward The Future Phil Bernstein, Vice President of Strategic Industry Relations, leads an Autodesk panel of Industry Executives on technology strategy to enable The Future of Making Things. What has changes since last year?  What progress have we made this year toward these lofty goals and how does it affect your business?  Find out from Amar Hanspal, Chris Bradshaw, and Buzz Kross. 30 minutes Preconference event session
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MSF11101 - Learn What Good Content Looks Like From MEP Manufacturers and Wholesale Suppliers When it comes to ITM content for Autodesk, Inc.’s, Fabrication software manufacturers and contractors, both struggle with creating and managing good ITM content. There are subscription-based or "managed" solutions on the market, but they are costly. This panel will discuss what good content consists of. It's more than just dimensional data—it's connection rules, pricing codes, labor units, and so on. In addition, the panel is going to discuss how the responsibility of creating content will be moving from contractors to manufacturers and wholesale distributors. This will lead to a free/open-source content database made up of manufacturer-provided ITMs. This panel is going to consist of industry-leading contractors, manufacturers, and wholesale distributors. 60 Minutes Panel Cameron Frazer
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MSF11861 - Cutting Building Envelope Chaos: Going Beyond the Skin to the Structural Skeleton This course will present inventive techniques and methods, using Building Information Modeling (BIM) for the review of the building envelope. A key focus of the presentation will be the highlighting of how structural systems interact with the enclosure system. It will focus on topics such as the Level of Development (LOD) of architectural models and structural design models and how these progress into fabrication-level models for the building envelope in products such as Inventor software and Revit Architecture software with the structural system, interacting with products such as Revit Structure software and Advance Steel software. Key areas of this will be looking at localized high-level-of-development models around transitions of buildings, and will show how systems are brought together and used in a building-enclosure review meeting, as well as the importance of integrating both structure and building envelope as holistic systems as part of the review process. 60 Minutes Industry Talk Trevor Koller
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MSF10008 - U.S.-Style Scheduled Rebars: A Concrete Tale of Design and Fabrication in Revit This class presents the inventive new technology RConcrete for automation of reinforced concrete design directly in Revit software. U.S.-style reinforced concrete design is a unique workflow that currently has no direct support in Revit software. In the class you will learn how you can accomplish a full U.S.-style concrete design workflow without leaving the Revit environment. Learn how you can capitalize on analysis information and Autodesk’s Code Checking Framework to drive calculation of required reinforcing per ACI 318. Harness new technologies to drive schedule-based design of reinforced concrete members according to a layout schema that you can customize to your own company standards. 60 minutes Instructional Demo Lin Gallant
Ken Marsh
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MSF9965-L - Advance Steel: Hands-on to Drawing Processes Customization The automatic generation of drawings is the best way to get all of your detail drawings from an Advance Steel software project. If you want to learn how to customize the drawing processes in order to get the most from this part of Advance Steel software, this is the class you need. In this hands-on lab we will walk through the entire workflow of configuring a drawing process using the Drawing Process Manager interface, including the creation of a new drawing process and an explanation of existing options and settings. This class will also include configuration and workflow tips for an efficient way of using drawing processes. 60 minutes Hands-on Lab Emy Nestor
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MSF11209 - How to Implement Fabrication ESTmep—Best Practices This class will cover how to implement Fabrication ESTmep software. We will provide a recommended implementation strategy, along with best practices for a smooth implementation. We will examine the Product Information Editor, ID Codes, and how pricing information is linked to items in Fabrication ESTmep software. We will also look at the Harrison Pricing Service to update the existing price list. 60 minutes Instructional Demo Lyle Janda
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MSF9703-L - Fabrication Advanced Scripting Hit some limits in scripting? Need to be able to do some more advanced calculations on the information in the Fabrication products? This class will help you with some more advanced scripting techniques including hybrid scripting that utilizes other frameworks like autolisp, .net, and the command prompt to do more with the data in the Fabrication products. Knowledge of the Fabrication products is helpful as well as prior knowledge of the fabrication scripting language. This class will be a continuation of the Fabrication Scripting 101 class, and you should attend that one if you’re not familiar with Fabrication scripting before this class. 60 minutes Hands-on Lab Jubel Beren
Tim Catalano
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LF12508 - Special Keynote Guest Speaker to be announced!  Keynote Address 30 minutes Preconference event session
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ATC12122 - Ask the Experts We will invite principals from the Autodesk Education Group to discuss current programs and take questions from you on the vision and direction of the Autodesk Authorized Training Center (ATC) and Autodesk Authorized Academic Partner (AAP) programs. If you want to have your voice heard, be sure to attend this event. 60 minutes Preconference event session
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LF12509 - Leadership Forum Closing Remarks Our host, Bill Griffin will wrap up the day and tell you what not to miss for the coming week at AU! 15 minutes Preconference event session
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EDU12151 - Closing Remarks—Randy Swearer Randy Swearer has joined Autodesk, Inc., as the new vice president of education, and he brings with him his expertise of education management and strategic planning as related to design and other disciplines. Randy will discuss his vision on preparing today’s students and educators to take on and solve the challenges of the future and ultimately help shape the next generation of creators and designers. 60 minutes Preconference event session
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IFS12224 - Embracing Change—The Future Is BIM Join all of the Infrastructure Summit attendees in this closing session. Hear success stories of those who have embraced the change to BIM software; celebrate with the winners in the Excellence in Infrastructure award presentation; and network with your peers in a reception. 120 minutes Preconference event session Teresa Elliott
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LF12510 - Leadership Forum Reception Do not leave this reception without a card from the most inspiring or provovative speaker you heard today. 120 minutes Preconference event session
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11904 - AU Freshman Orientation 2015 Kick off your AU Experience on the fast track.  Join Lynn Allen and others as they point out events and gatherings that should not be missed.  You will also get a preview of what’s in store for AU 2015.   Come prepared with your questions, be ready to play and network with your fellow AU freshman.   90 minutes Activity
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CBW12798 - Computational BIM Workshop Networking Reception Learning the tools is fun, but it's only the first step. The next stage is to harness Computational BIM to build script-driven design strategies that give you an advantage in practice. Now that’s something to drink to! 60 Minutes Activity
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MSF12447 - Closing Session: Here's to the Future In this closing session we will showcase what we are planning for the future. 60 minutes Preconference event session
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ILS12184 - Impact Leadership Summit: Welcome Reception Let's kick-off Autodesk University with a fun evening of networking, learning, and dining among your peers and other Autodesk, Inc., and Autodesk Foundation representatives. 180 minutes Activity
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MSF12446 - MEP & Structural Fabricators Forum Reception Networking reception. 90 minutes Activity
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11914 - Grab and Go Breakfast Tuesday AU Breakfast Tuesday 90 Minutes Meal
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12897 - 3D Printing Meet and Greet Breakfast Come meet the faces behind additive manufacturing at Autodesk. During this breakfast, you'll be introduced to the team driving initiatives such as Spark, Ember, and Enable. Enjoy some 1-on-1 time with Autodesk's technology futurist and long-time industry experts.  45 Minutes Activity
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SD11322 - Popular JavaScript Development Frameworks and How to Decide Which to Use Several JavaScript frameworks and libraries have evolved rapidly over the last 5 years. Among these, JQuery, AngularJS, Ember, Backbone, and React are arguably the most popular generic frameworks. Trying to understand which framework is the right one for you can be a challenge. In this class we will provide a high-level overview of JQuery, Angular, Ember, Backbone, and React frameworks and how they compare to each other. We will also provide samples that use these frameworks with the Autodesk 360 software JavaScript-based viewer. 90 minutes Instructional Demo Gopinath Taget
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AV11500 - Effective Coordinate Space Transformation Workflows Working with data sets between single-precision, non-geospatially aware applications (such as 3ds Max software, Revit software, and Inventor software) and double-precision, geospatially aware applications (like AutoCAD software, AutoCAD Civil 3D software, InfraWorks software, ReCap software, and Navisworks software) can be difficult and frustrating. This class will help you to better understand this confusing process and explore several effective and proven methods for exchanging data sets between these applications with a minimal loss of production time. 90 minutes Instructional Demo Mark Kauffman
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BU11562 - Owner / Operator-Driven BIM Libraries for Project, Facility, and Asset Management This class will present case studies of inventive Building Information Modeling (BIM) approaches adopted by 2 very different facility owners. Each one pushed beyond incremental BIM adoption to rethink workflows, develop BIM object libraries, and transform project processes. See results of their efforts presented from theoretical and practical perspectives. A large healthcare facilities owner integrates BIM libraries and standards throughout the project lifecycle. Their BIM library objects embody design requirements; data management protocols; local/global best practice standards to improve reliability and efficiency of BIM for design, delivery, and facility management with support; and additional capabilities such as 3D stereoscopic viewing, way-finding, and seamless data-sharing with facilities management (FM) applications. An international developer/operator shifts the focus of BIM organization from component-type hierarchies to elements representing installation and construction processes as performed on site, informing better cost and prefabrication analysis. 90 minutes Industry Talk Tony Rinella
Calvin Kam
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OG9918 - Extended Structural Workflow Integration Between AutoCAD Plant 3D, Revit Structure, Robot Structural Analysis, and Advance Steel In this class we will explore an extended structural steel workflow between different Suite Solutions from Autodesk, Inc. Create, exchange, and optimize a steel structure using the power of different Autodesk Solutions in an integrated workflow. Design your steel structure and optimize it without the need to recreate it using the unique capabilities of the suite workflows. In this workflow we will cover the interoperability between the Solutions by starting to create a steel structure in AutoCAD Plant 3D software and importing the structure into Revit Structure software. Then we’ll exchange the structure to Robot Structural Analysis software for steel optimization; update the structure, drawings, and results in Revit Structure software; and export the optimized steel structure to Advance Steel software for structural detailing and the creation of shop drawings. We will use Navisworks software or BIM 360 Glue software to review the project and perform clash detection. Afterward we will reference the detailed structure back into AutoCAD Plant 3D software to complete the workflow. 90 minutes Instructional Demo Marc Breugelmans
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IM10418-R - Planning the Future of ACE In this roundtable session we will discuss how electrical designs are transitioning into the Digital Prototyping world using AutoCAD Electrical software and Inventor software. What is required for a smooth transition? What functionality is required? What makes 2D-to-3D workflows valuable? What types are simulation are available? How valuable is simulation? Come and discuss these topics and how Product Design Suite software can help you and your peers. 90 Minutes Roundtable Randy Brunette
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AV10824-L - Build and Destroy (Static Revit Models to Dynamic Animations in 3ds Max) The modeling is done, time for some fun. Attendees will take their model out of Revit software and move it into 3ds Max software and learn how to animate it utilizing particle systems, space warps, and the Mass FX tools. A basic understanding of the UI, tools, modifiers, and key framing in 3ds Max software will be required. It’s time to relax and create some beautiful and fun animations. You’ve spent months building the models and stressing over deadlines. In this class you’ll animate a controlled build of your Revit model in 3ds Max software with particle systems, and then you’ll destroy the model with Mass FX. The example provided will be a structural model, but you can apply techniques to all discipline models. 90 Minutes Hands-on Lab John Fout
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CI10348 - Customer Success Adopting AutoCAD Civil 3D for a BIM Infrastructure Project This class will explain how users in the construction area can capitalize on AutoCAD Civil 3D software to accomplish tasks in order to be compliant with Building Information Modeling (BIM) for infrastructure requirements. We will show how to build and roll out an adoption plan for implementing new tools, processes, and workflow working with Autodesk Enterprise Priority Support. 90 minutes Industry Talk Reginald De Visscher
Marion Pietsch
Lucy Kuhns
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CI10743 - From Concept to Cost Estimating Using InfraWorks 360 This unique class will review key workflows required to go from concept design proposals to detailed design cost estimates. Our mission is to create 2 concept-level designs for a new municipal spine roadway and trunk sewer and compare the cost of works for each scenario. We will start with a detailed look at InfraWorks 360 software and demonstrate the workflows required to build our 2 new proposals. Then we will connect our concept-level design to AutoCAD Civil 3D software to detail the roadway and sewer designs. We will look at the various quantity takeoff tools found in AutoCAD Civil 3D software and export both AutoCAD software and AutoCAD Civil 3D object data to formats that you can use for estimating. To complete the class we will introduce a new cloud-based cost-estimating system called AEC Tender. Using AEC Tender, we can connect to data extracted from our detailed design and generate detailed cost estimates for both scenarios within minutes using past project construction unit costs. 90 minutes Instructional Demo Jeff Lyons
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AV10255 - Demystifying Real-Time Material Workflows for Stingray and Other Game Engines With the introduction of Stingray 3D game engine, multitudes of new workflows are now possible. This class will explore and demystify the material workflows from 3ds Max software and Maya software to Stingray software. Simple materials are easy, but if you really want to capitalize on all Stingray has to offer you need to understand the basics of Shader FX and the new Stingray/PBR (physically based rendering). Much of this material will also be applicable in Unity and Unreal workflows. 90 minutes Instructional Demo Chris Murray
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CI11140-L - It’s a Balancing Act: BIM Workflow for Site Design Helping the community visualize a project’s impact before construction is complete can be very difficult unless you use the right tools for the job. This class explores conceptual site-design options using InfraWorks 360 software to visualize realistic proposed sites. Starting with Model Builder and Revit software models, you will learn how to create realistic and accurate models that support a more informative and productive public-communication model. After clearly demonstrating the conceptual and preliminary design to stakeholders, we take the design into AutoCAD Civil 3D software to run quantity takeoffs and finish the detailed design. The design is then taken back into InfraWorks 360 software to create high-impact visuals to better support public participation and communication. We will perform various types of analysis along the way to validate the design and ensure design parameters are being met. 90 Minutes Hands-on Lab Michelle Rasmussen
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