Technology changes dramatically every year, resulting in significant improvements for users of AutoCAD, Revit, Inventor, 3ds Max, Maya, Showcase, Civil 3D, Autodesk Simulation and more, but only if you know what to choose and why. Learn important tips and tricks on latest processor selection, graphics card selection, memory, disks drives, and monitors for both the mobile and desktop workstations. We will also cover set ups for Virtual Reality and Artificial Reality. This class will help you understand the most recent technology changes, and how to make your configuration choices to get the best performance for what you are willing to spend. We will cover performance data as well as tips for proper set up. We highlight new features and technologies in the market that provide advantages to users. This course is geared for a beginner to intermediate level, and you just might see technologies you didn’t know existed. Keep your design process competitive as technology change is significant. This session features Revit and 3ds Max.
- Understanding the latest technologies in the market and what it means to Autodesk software users.
- Learn what to select when configuring workstation hardware, and why these choices benefit the user.
- Learn tips and tricks on subsystem selections, and setup for applications
- Learn about Virtual Reality and Artificial Reality hardware requirements
Thomas A. Salomone has over 25 years in the industry and is currently the worldwide Product Development and AEC market segment manager for Lenovo ThinkStations, responsible for marketing Lenovo's workstations to the engineers, architects, designers and consultants who use CAD/CAE design automation software. Tom is well known throughout the industry for his vision and insights. Tom's previous roles include senior engineering manager, new product development manager, and advanced manufacturing research. Tom has an MS in Computer Science, and a BS in Physics, and is the author of an engineering book titled: Concurrent Engineering, What Every Engineer Should Know, Marcel Dekker, New York, NY 1995