The conference for those who design, make, and build the world around us, AU connects 10,000+ professionals from construction, manufacturing, architecture, engineering, and media creation. Join us in Las Vegas for 4 days of learning, networking, and knowledge sharing.
The Autodesk Technology Centers will be present all across Autodesk University. Whether in the Theater, the Exhibition, or in the classrooms, our residents and experts will be speaking about everything from the future of architecture and engineering to design and manufacturing.
To learn more about the Autodesk Technology Centers and residency program come and talk with us at AU Monday through Thursday from 1-2pm in the Community Zone.
Stop by the Exhibit Hall and visit The Factory which is a hands-on experience where attendees get a kit of parts and assemble a manufactured device (an air quality sensor) to take home. Learn about concept, prototyping, and manufacturing with Autodesk products, and walk away with a high-end electronic device that you made with your own two hands.
Visit these Residents at Autodesk University
Perkins + Will
Perkins + Will’s Technology Lab leveraged its previous research into mass timber and robotic fabrication, combining expertise across offices in a year-long effort.
By engaging the Technology Center as an equipment partner, Howick has provided a digital-design-to-automated construction platform that has expanded the boundaries of what is possible for both onsite and offsite industrialized construction.
Born from a collaboration of engineers and community leaders, the Okoa Project has developed a lightweight ambulance trailer that can attach to the back of any motorcycle to transport a patient, medical supplies, and another person to the hospital.
A hub for research, development and demonstration of new manufacturing technologies, the technology center in San Francisco is also exploring processes relating to the concept of configurable microfactories.
Based out of the MaRS Discovery District, this center explores technologies to help us design and make in previously unimaginable ways. It is home to advanced research in areas such as machine learning, generative design, and artificial intelligence.