Autodesk University
The Future of Workflow Forge Workflow Automation
Instructional Demo    SD231765
Shelly Mujtaba
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, Jim Awe
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Description

Whether the end product is a building or a motorcycle, the design to make process typically uses a variety of applications and services from multiple vendors,. One of the challenges in managing such a process is moving data between these diverse tools and automating the steps that sometimes involve manual intervention. Traditional file-based point-to-point interoperability solutions have fallen short in addressing these problems because every process is unique and requires a customized solution.  Now there is another way … Forge Workflow Automation eliminates these problems by allowing custom workflows to be rapidly built and deployed across any set of software products.

Key Learnings

  • Get a first look at Autodesk strategy for enabling easily customizable workflow automation
  • Understand the concept of workflow automation with Forge.
  • Understand the value of automating workflows to provide instant feedback on the implications of design changes.
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Speakers


 Shelly Mujtaba
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Jim Awe is the Chief Software Architect for the Construction Business Unit at Autodesk. He is a veteran of the industry with a long history in BIM software. He is currently responsible for technical strategy of the platform to enable Design-to-Make workflows and a CDE (Common Data Environment)
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