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FAST TRACK YOUR EFFICIENT FACTORY

From initial production concept development to ongoing operational improvement, Autodesk tools bring the entire production team together to help you plan, build, and manage a highly efficient factory.

Meet your many engineering challenges

Coordinate project contributors

Coordinate contributors, inside and out

Effectively collaborate with internal teams as
well as outside equipment vendors, system integrators, architects, engineers, and contractors.

Improve production efficiency

Optimize production efficiency

Evaluate production concepts early in the design process to minimize bottlenecks while planning for current and future production outputs.

Launch factory on time

Launch on time and on budget

Mitigate risks in construction by sequencing and scheduling the installation while avoiding unforeseen issues that lead to project delays.

Make it better together with Autodesk digital factory tools

Integrated factory model

One model for everyone

Bring together the work of all project contributors—both inside and outside the company—into an integrated digital model containing your equipment, production line, and BIM data.

Launch factory on time

Synchronize for a successful build-out

Schedule, test, and manage construction and installation projects while detecting issues that can result in delays and cost overruns.

Operate an efficient factory

Operate at optimal efficiency

Make the most of your integrated factory model to manage equipment and production changes in the context of your building facilities.

DIGITAL EXCELLENCE BAKED IN WITH BRIOCHE PASQUIER

See how this family-owned company with 18 production locations worldwide uses Autodesk digital factory tools to build a “digital twin” of each site that includes their equipment, scan data, production layouts, and building models.

Image courtesy of Brioche Pasquier