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Download the Reimagining AEC report, with findings from more than 50 architecture, engineering, and construction thought leaders on the top trends impacting the industry post-COVID.
From physical distancing and people movement to safer air quality, Autodesk has tools and resources that can help you and your customers solve for the design challenges of COVID-19.
As more people return to the workplace, design decisions take on new significance. Whether you’re designing for the safe arrangement of desks, the width or spacing of aisles, or other needs. Dynamo and Generative Design in Autodesk® Revit® bring informed decision making to design exploration.
Health recommendations are changing the way people move inside airports and transit hubs and from their cars to their desks as they return to the workplace. Mobility Simulation in Autodesk® InfraWorks® models people movement, bringing data-driven insight to physical-distancing needs and efficiency of travel.
Indoor air quality and proper ventilation make a significant difference for the safety of employees and customers. With Autodesk CFD, computational fluid dynamics simulation can be used to identify areas of risk and then explore multiple mitigation strategies for occupant safety—before making any physical changes to the building.
Construction has undergone rapid transformation in the past decade, and COVID-19 is accelerating change like never before—from new requirements for physical distancing and impacts to supply chains to the sudden need for remote work. Understand how you can innovate quickly to maintain jobsite safety and keep your projects on track.
Working remotely can be a challenge—especially if it is unexpected. Explore these tips for using BIM 360 Design to work in Revit and Civil 3D projects when you’re not in the office.
As traditionally on-site businesses struggle to define post–COVID-19 protocols, AE firms find success with a hybrid approach.
Now that construction sites are reopening, firms are exploring ways to give workers a safe start while imagining what the industry's "new normal" might look like.
What does it take to thrive in a post-pandemic construction industry? Business restarts offer lessons about investing in the right tools and mindsets to build a strong path to recovery.