Innovative partnerships & technology are key elements that help infrastructure
Infrastructure Week (September 14 - 21st) is not only an opportunity to shine a light on the country's pressing infrastructure needs but also a chance to take stock of the momentum in the industry to seek solutions.
Here at Autodesk we believe innovative partnerships and technology are key elements that help us change how infrastructure is planned, designed, built, and managed. Below are a few examples of successful partnerships.
As part of ongoing series on the importance of infrastructure to the economy,United for Infrastructureis hosting a podcast featuringESRI, Hazen and Sawyer,and Autodesk discussing the critical role technology and partnerships play in rebuilding America. The podcast will highlight both practical lessons learned from recent projects, as well as emerging trends in the GIS and civil engineering community.
The final podcast will be 30-45 min and will be live on 9/18/20 at 9am EST and will replay. It will also be released as a video.
Hyperloop Technology Aims to Transform Transportation—Within the Decade
When ancient civilizations invented the wheel, they unlocked millennia of future transportation innovations: chariots, bicycles, trains, automobiles, and even airplanes. Each new mode made it possible to transport goods and people farther, faster.
What if you had to build a city for 600,000 in less than six months right now? At a time when countries worldwide face unprecedented migration crises, this is the kind of challenge that’s already a reality for the UN Refugee Agency UNHCR in Bangladesh. The country is in a state of emergency due to the many Rohingya, mostly women and children, who came to seek protection from violence and persecution.