Alias has long been an industry standard modeling software used for automotive design. Autodesk is in the process of making a very significant investment into Alias, with enhancements to the user interface, new modeling paradigms, and the API. Matt Sederberg, Sr. Product Line Manager for Alias, will talk about the evolving trends in automotive design and how Alias is being enhanced to meet these demands. This session features Alias SpeedForm and Alias AutoStudio.
- Learn which technology trends are most impacting automotive design today and in the future
- Learn more about the personas who use Alias today and how Autodesk anticipates this will evolve in the future
- See demos of the new functionality being developed for Alias
- Learn how the new functionality being added to Alias might significantly impact your design process
Uwe Rossbacher brings 16 years of experience in industrial design and 3D surface modeling in the automotive industry to his role as Industry specialist for Technical Surfacing/Styling at Autodesk. Uwe has a deep knowledge of automotive concept design and technical surfacing and currently focuses on coordinating the Alias development and design teams to build Alias Automotive and Alias Surface. In his role Uwe is identifying and defining market and user requirements. He communicates with automotive designers worldwide to enable his development teams to come up with leading edge technology each release.Before joining Alias, Uwe held marketing and technical positions at ICEM. Most recently Uwe worked at the VW concept studio in Potsdam, Germany. Uwe received a Master's Degree in Engineering and Technical design from the University of Technology in Dresden, Germany.