Autodesk at AIA Conference, Las Vegas, June 6-8, 2019

Sylvia Knauer Sylvia Knauer June 4, 2019

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The American Institute of Architects (AIA) will host its annual conference on architecture and design in Las Vegas from June 6-8. You’re invited to visit Autodesk at AIA at booth #5535 at the Expo Center. Here are a few of the things you can expect when visiting us at The AIA conference on Architecture 2019.

Autodesk as exhibitor at AIA convention 2019

Learn how to accelerate project delivery

The experts at the Autodesk booth will demonstrate to architects how they can connect teams to improve productivity, reduce rework, and accelerate project delivery. Visit us for a software demonstration and learn more about Autodesk’s efficient solutions for project delivery.

Get a peek at generative design

Come to the Autodesk booth to explore the many benefits of generative design. Generative design builds on the power of automation to allow designers to quickly explore, evaluate, and optimize their designs. This approach to design lets powerful software do the heavy lifting of computing multiple iterations of design scenarios so designers can pick the one that best meets specified parameters while also satisfying stakeholders.

Sign up for the beta of Autodesk’s new generative design solution, Project Refinery, and become a part of the generative design community.

Discover BIM to 3ds Max to VR

Techniques like virtual reality, 3D modeling, and rendering creations are powerful tools for designers in the early stages of the design process. In a special workshop at AIA, Autodesk product owner for Autodesk 3ds Max modeling, rendering, and animation software, Chico Membreno, along with architect King Tang, will walk attendees through the process of exporting your Revit model into VR environment. Sign up for the workshop to learn more about how to leverage immersive experiences into the design phase.

Learn more about Autodesk at AIA

These are just a few of the experiences Autodesk has in store for AIA attendees this year at booth #5535. Find out more about the interactive Autodesk experience at AIA on the Autodesk Convergence blog.

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