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Discover convergence

See how industry leaders around the globe are embracing convergence strategies for success in the new Altimeter research report, Understanding Convergence: The Next Wave of Digital Transformation.

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What are the four levels of convergence?

Convergence describes the merging of previously separate technologies, processes, and data to create new products, services, and experiences that reshape industries. Discover the four levels of convergence and see why they’re critical to solving global challenges and how they prepare businesses for the next wave of digital transformation.

Autodesk CTO, Raji Arasu and founder of Altimeter, Charlene Li discuss convergence at AU 2021

Convergence and the future of cross-industry collaboration

Explore key takeaways from as Raji Arasu, Chief Technology Officer at Autodesk, and Charlene Li, author and founder of research firm Altimeter as they discuss compelling insights from the report, Understanding Convergence: The Next Wave of Digital Transformation at Autodesk University 2021.

See how companies are adopting convergence

  • A cartoon of two people working together to show how convergence in manufacturing brings designers and engineers closer to machinists on the shop floor

    Convergence in manufacturing is good for consumers

    Autodesk’s Scott Reese unpacks the how-to’s and benefits of convergence, citing the experiences of manufacturers such as General Motors and SRAM.

  • BIM models used to complete the 110-foot Millennium Falcon in Disneyland’s Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge theme park

    Walt Disney Imagineering: Coordinating diverse disciplines

    WDI elevates storytelling and the creation of immersive experiences at its theme parks, through industry convergence and extensive BIM coordination.

    Image courtesy of The Walt Disney Company

  • An aerial view of a cityscape showing Roche Tower 2 in Basel, the tallest building in Switzerland, at 673 feet high

    Herzog & de Meuron: The (Roche) Tower of Basel

    Roche Tower 2 isn’t just going to be Switzerland’s tallest building. It’s also setting new standards for sustainability, use of digital twins, and data convergence.

    Image courtesy of Beat Ernst