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November 9, 2020

Day One at AU 2020

Main stage

AU 2020 is fast approaching, and Day One of the global digital conference is something you won’t want to miss—a full day of programming to inspire, enlighten, and engage.

Join us starting at 9 a.m., Pacific time, on November 17 to kick off the conference with the General Session. Autodesk CEO and President Andrew Anagnost shares an inspiring vision for how we can use data to connect and collaborate better, extract insight, and automate tasks.

Stay tuned for Industry Keynotes that follow throughout the day, with the Architecture, Engineering & Construction Keynote at 10 a.m., the Design & Manufacturing Keynote at 11 a.m., the Forge Keynote at 12 p.m., and the Media & Entertainment Keynote at 1 p.m. Check out the keynote details for more information, including featured topics and projects.

During the afternoon, watch dynamic 15-minute Theater talks from thought leaders and industry experts. Three presentations focusing on Technology and Transformation start at 2 p.m. and three more focusing on Innovation and Impact start at 3 p.m.

Don't miss the Live Leadership Panel starting at 2:30 p.m. During this session, Andrew Anagnost and other top Autodesk executives will answer your questions and discuss the role that data, automation, and insight play in empowering innovation. We’re hosting separate regional Leadership Panels for Japan, China, India, and EMEA.

Technology Trends: Living in the WFH Age begins at 4 p.m., featuring executives from Autodesk and other leading companies sharing their thoughts on the changes and challenges brought on by the year. In between these sessions, explore industry videos, customer stories, and more.

AU 2020 is your opportunity to learn, build your professional network, and explore the trends shaping your industry. And it all starts on November 17 with Day One. Join your community to reimagine what’s possible.

All you need to do now is register for the conference, mark your calendar for Day One, and stay tuned for details.