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The Autodesk Technology Center in San Francisco is a hub for the exploration of the future of manufacturing. Focused on the concept of configurable microfactories it offers a range of advanced manufacturing equipment, robotics, general shop facilities and workspaces to research and develop ideas that push the boundaries of manufacturing.
CW Keller & Associates research engineers have been able to advance field and shop strategies through supported access to advanced hardware and software solutions.
US Sailing has engineered a number of measurement and testing jigs that facilitate the set-up of boats to required standards.
Breeze Automation is creating a new generation of human-safe, dexterous robots and automation for use in unstructured environments or hazardous conditions.
Tri-D Dynamics is bringing metal additive manufacturing to the mass production scale.
Creating intelligent, self-regulating living systems for built environments by combining the very best of technology and nature.
The residency program provides open workspaces and equipment for teams doing forward-looking work in the areas of construction, manufacturing, and emerging technologies.
A research and development workspace, the technology center in Boston is where startups, colleges and universities, and industry experts explore ways to advance the building industry.
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.
At the technology center in Birmingham, Autodesk works with customers across industries to help them develop new manufacturing and fabrication techniques to transform how things are made.