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EDU145222 - Digitizing Coral Reefs: New Tech in a Threatened Ocean *PLEASE NOTE* This dynamic presentation on the health of marine ecosystems and the use of photogrammetry by the Hydrous is now part of the Wednesday presentation, "Stories from the Future of Making Things Experience," at 3:30 PM in the Theater. The health of marine ecosystems is declining rapidly from the combined effects of climate change, like rising ocean temperatures, ocean acidification, and sea level rise, and these effects are compounded by more direct human impacts such as pollution and over-fishing. Despite overwhelming evidence of these problems, and the proven effectiveness of their respective solutions, ocean environments like coral reefs remain over-exploited, under-protected, and out of mind. Therefore, the Hydrous uses creative methods to support scientific discovery and translate research into public understanding and ocean conservation. The Hydrous uses photogrammetry to non-destructively create 3D models of coral reefs in the wild and from museum specimens, the data from which contribute to ongoing research, historical preservation, art programs, and ocean education. The Hydrous also creates immersive experiences for virtual field trips and 360 footage, which have been viewed online by millions. The ultimate goal of the Hydrous is to connect people to marine environments and increase ocean literacy- through expeditions, technology, and education- to so that our blue planet can be further admired, understood, and protected. 60 Minutes Industry Talk Erika Woolsey
FDC128464-L - Forge DevLab: Tuesday, Nov 14—Drop-In Workshop from 1:00 p.m.–5:30 p.m. in Galileo 1002, Level 1 Forge DevLab is a drop-in workshop and informal lab for software developers of all skill levels, and is open to all Forge DevCon and Autodesk University attendees. Come and go as you please-stay all afternoon or just pop in when you're not attending an Autodesk University class. Got a programming problem you need to solve? Need some individual advice to get up and running with the Forge platform? Want to spend some quality time working through self-paced lab tutorials (with an expert on call to help)? Or do you just want to take a break from the Autodesk University treadmill to shoot the breeze with fellow Forge enthusiasts? Bring your laptop, work on your code, and discuss your problems with fellow software developers and us. Available self-paced, instructor-available tutorials include assorted Forge API tutorials; deep (machine) learning tutorials (courtesy of NVIDIA); and Amazon Web Services tutorials for all levels (courtesy of Amazon). 60 Minutes Hands-on Lab
BIM132060 - Computational BIM Breakfast Get a head start on networking - breakfast with your peers before you begin your Computational BIM training. 60 Minutes Meal
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LF131424 - Leadership Forum Breakfast Start the day at the exclusive Leadership Forum breakfast. We'll have everything you need, including an espresso bar in the room. 60 Minutes Pre-conference Session
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MSF129524 - MSF Forum Opening Session: Detail Better, Fabricate Better, Build Better In this opening keynote session, we will showcase actual projects that use Autodesk, Inc.'s, Fabrication Solutions to detail better, fabricate better, and build better. 30 Minutes Pre-conference Session Kyle Camp
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BIM128342 - Computational BIM Workshop—Advanced If you have experience in Revit software and Dynamo software, and you want to take your Dynamo skills to the next level, this workshop is for you. Learn advanced skills to combine computational design and Building Information Modeling (BIM) with Dynamo visual programming. We'll use Dynamo to create customized functions, improve building performance, and interoperate with other applications, data sources, and geometry tools in sophisticated ways. Some familiarity with Dynamo basics like list manipulation, geometry creation, and Revit interaction is required. This is a full-day class, including networking opportunities over breakfast, lunch, and drinks. This year we're also introducing a forum at the end of the day that will feature several speakers talking about practical applications of Dynamo to both instruct and inspire. Just getting started with computational BIM? You may prefer our "Computational BIM Workshop-Beginner" to learn the basics. 660 Minutes Pre-conference Session Mark Mendez
Marcello Sgambelluri
Carlo Licea
BILL ALLEN
John Pierson
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BIM128343 - Computational BIM Workshop—Beginner (Repeat) Combine logic, geometry, math, and Building Information Modeling (BIM) with Dynamo visual programming. We'll use Dynamo to drive a Revit document and interoperate with other applications, data sources, and modeling tools. If you already have some experience with Revit and are looking expand its capabilities with computation, this workshop is for you. Basic understanding of computer programming and scripting is helpful, but not required. This is a full-day class, including networking opportunities over breakfast, lunch, and drinks. This year we're also introducing a forum at the end of the day that will feature several speakers talking about practical applications of Dynamo to both instruct and inspire. Need a bigger challenge? You may be ready for our "Computational BIM Workshop-Advanced." 660 Minutes Pre-conference Session Racel Williams
Sol Amour
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MSF119044-L - Up and Running with Advance Steel This lab is designed to give you a feel of the ease of use of Advance Steel detailing software, the structural steel package that's getting the industry talking. You will create a structural model from scratch and then insert automated connection between structural sections. Finally, you'll learn how to generate fabrication drawings and NC files from your structural model. 60 Minutes Hands-on Lab Deepak Maini
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MSF125510 - BIM Implementation Case Studies: From Bulgari Jewelry Factory to Residences in Masdar The class will show the experience of BIM implementation with Revit in an architecture and engineering firm. The strategy and the investments to do, the possible problem and solutions, the schedule and the goals to achieve. The case studies and the pilot projects are essential to BIM implementation; this class will present many special real case studies from the Bulgari New Jewelry-Making Center (finalist at AEC Excellence Awards 2016) to the residences in Masdar City, showing the critical points and strengths of this BIM project. 60 Minutes Industry Talk Luca Drago
Giacomo Bergonzoni
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MSF147925 - Converting Revit In-Line Families to Fabrication Parts Take a deep dive into converting a design intent model into Fabrication LOD 400 content. More specifically we will discuss how to convert things like valves, strainer, and dampers. From creating families to editing the Fabrication database to Design Line button mapping, this class will get technical and is not for the faint of heart!  60 Minutes Instructional Demo David Ronson
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MSF122376-L - Autodesk Advance Steel: Learn to Create and Customize a Fresh New Drawing Style One of the most requested areas in Advance Steel detailing software is the ability to customize your templates to generate detail drawings. At the same time, it is one of the most complex parts of this product. In this hand-on lab, you'll learn how to customize a drawing style by creating a completely new drawing style, going step by step through all phases, from simple to more complex configuration. We'll walk through the workflow of configuring drawing styles using the Drawing Style Manager interface, with explanation of existing options and settings. We'll configure and use model objects, labels, and dimensions in specific scenarios. At the end of the class, you will know how to define your requests and how to customize your drawing styles to suit the company standards. 60 Minutes Hands-on Lab Emy Nestor
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MSF122751 - Creating Precast Shop Tickets in Revit In this class, you'll learn how to create the shop drawings necessary for the precast/prestressed concrete industry in an effective and well-presented manner. These shop drawings will have all of the information necessary for production, including piece weights, lengths, volumes, and counts, as well as the necessary reinforcement and embedded elements within each element. This class will walk you through the unique process of utilizing assemblies and schedules within Revit software to achieve a desirable shop ticket that any precast manufacturer can use. Finally, this class will show you how to use view templates to maintain the drafting integrity required for precast shop drawings. 60 Minutes Instructional Demo Jordan Watkins
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MSF124645 - Dynamo and Fabrication Parts in Revit: What Can Be Done with It? This class will introduce Fabrication users to Dynamo software, a possible solution for Fabrication scripting users in the Revit environment. We'll cover some of the basics of how Dynamo works, how to set it up for multiple users in an organization, and the basics of filtering for parts. We'll make changes to these parts, like adding parameters, which now makes them schedulable. At the end of this class, we'll look at additional possibilities for Dynamo, which should give users reasons to explore it in more detail. 60 Minutes Instructional Demo Kevin Allen
William Tucker
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MSF124897 - A Consultant Guide to Creating Revit MEP Fabrication-Ready Models With ever-changing contract requirements in our industry, we are required to adapt and change the way we deliver our projects. We require a seamless transition from MEP (mechanical, electrical, and plumbing) design models to construction models. What are the challenges encountered and what solutions can be found by the design consultant in delivering a Building Information Modeling (BIM) model that will be utilized from concept and through the building lifecycle? BuroHappold Engineering is established with development of coding to assist in digital engineering workflows-the firm is now transitioning to be an industry leader in Revit fabrication-ready MEP design models. This presentation will break down the sometimes overwhelming Fabrication database, and look at the core basics to start a design model that has maximum growth potential past consultancy design. Follow BuroHappold's journey as we explore the changes the firm is making with new content and methods for validation, while tackling modern BIM expectations-and how it uses a global BIM network to share this information. 60 Minutes Industry Talk Ben West
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MSF125297 - Walking the Walk: How Jackson Industrial Construction Deployed the Autodesk Workflow Jackson Industrial Construction is based out of Concord, Michigan, and has amassed more than 70 years of agricultural, industrial, and commercial construction across its leadership team. The firm has recently expanded its investment in Autodesk software to streamline and enhance its existing workflows. Anthony Schrems, Building Information Modeling (BIM) coordinator for Jackson Industrial, will highlight how the firm uses Revit software, Advance Steel detailing software, and Navisworks software in a simplified and optimized process to drive Jackson Industrial's structural steel design and shop fabrication. You will learn the practicalities of software deployment and training and how the company overcame some challenges in developing these processes to take full advantage of its software investment. Some companies are talking the talk about their BIM adoption. Jackson Industrial is walking the walk. 60 Minutes Industry Talk Anthony Schrems
Paul Hardman
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MSF133239-L - What Makes ITM Content in Revit Special What the heck are these Fabrication Parts doing in Revit? In this class, we will discuss the history of Fabrication and the features that have developed this software into the premier software package used by the majority of MEP contractors in the United States. You will have the opportunity to explore and edit the data inside of a Fabrication Part to understand how the changes made will affect your project as a whole. If you are new to Fabrication this is a must attend! 60 Minutes Hands-on Lab David Ronson
Scott Hendricks
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CS141604 - Connect and Construct - Case study: Streamlining handover and jump starting maintenance for the facilities team In August 2015, Arkansas Children's, Inc. announced plans to build a freestanding children's hospital in Springdale, Arkansas. The new building, Arkansas Children's Northwest, will include 235,000 square feet of inpatient beds, emergency care, diagnostic services and clinical space. The hospital's construction and facilities team assembled a detailed set of data specifications to streamline the handover of the building and jumpstart operations & maintenance. The goal was to have all equipment data populated in the CMMS (maintenance management system) by substantial completion in the fall of 2017, to allow for critical maintenance processes to be in place prior to completion. To realize that vision, TME led an initiative to drive the successful transition and handover of asset data before the end of the project. This presentation walks through the planning, design, and construction phases of the project as well as the beginning of operations. Mark Mergenschroer, BIM Application Specialist, Bernhard TME Mark has 21 years of construction and engineering design experience. He has played a key role in the implementation of Autodesk BIM tools at Bernhard TME. Mark has shared his BIM knowledge at events such as Autodesk University, BIM Forum, ASHE, AHA, ASHRAE, FIATECH and numerous Revit User Groups. Mark got his start in the industry as a fire sprinkler designer. Mark has been leading the BIM Services Group at Bernhard TME. This group focuses on project delivery for the building lifecycle. Mark is also an adjunct Professor at Arizona State University and was involved with the development of the VLC Collaboration Space at Arizona State University and lectures on the subject of Building Startup and Commissioning using BIM tools. 60 Minutes Pre-conference Session
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CS141606 - Connect and Construct - Making the most of 2D | Improving preconstruction workflows using cloud technology Speaker: Mike Baxter, Operations Manager, Scissor-Tail Construction Much of construction projects today still rely and depend upon 2D drawings for critical path tasks such as quantity take-offs. Learn from industry peers about how new cloud solutions, such as Stack, are enabling efficiencies to be found in 2D preconstruction workflows for contractors of all sizes. This class will also look at how Autodesk AutoCAD can help contractors make more from the PDF drawings they often receive. 60 Minutes Pre-conference Session
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CS141612 - Connect and Construct - Building the Workflows of the Future: A Partnering Workshop I You bring the construction knowledge, Autodesk brings the technology! In this interactive workshop, you will work with stakeholders across the project lifecycle to address challenges in project delivery. In each 60-minute session, you will tackle a construction challenge on topics that touch diverse aspects of project delivery. Explore how the GC can build productive relationships with architects, conquer the supply chain, build without drawings, or make prefabrication methods prevalent. In this session, you will learn from industry experts already implementing excellence, network with your peers as you build solutions, and connect with Autodesk teams for ongoing research efforts. Facilitators will include: - Laurie Spitler, Autodesk - Josh Bone, Construction Technology Specialist, DEWALT - G. Andy Leek, CM-BIM, VDC Director, Paric Corporation - DJ Phipps, Construction Technology Group Manager, XL Construction - Nathan Wood, Chief Enabling Officer, SpectrumAEC - Lana Gochenauer, VDC Manager, Lease Crutcher Lewis - Zach Scheel, P.E., cofounder and CEO, Rhumbix 60 Minutes Pre-conference Session Ben Thompson
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FDC128455 - Forge Road Map Join us to learn about what's been new with Forge software over the past year and what's coming soon. The Forge Product Management Team will share insights and strategies on changes to existing APIs, what new APIs are being previewed at DevCon 2017, and what we're working on that is yet to come. 60 Minutes Industry Talk Stephen Preston
Shawn Gilmour
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MSF129525 - MSF Forum Morning Break with Sponsors Take a break from the morning sessions and get refreshments while networking with sponsors and your peers. 30 Minutes Social
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FDC124113 - Forging Ahead with Collaborative Cloud-Based Solutions "Stephen Hamil will present how project teams can collaborate to develop information on a BIM project. The class will initially look at setting up an execution plan to give clarity on which team members are delivering what information and when. The core part of the class will then look at how Autodesk Forge can be used as the platform to develop a collaborative cloud based solution to allow models and associated information to be viewed through the web-browser. NBS, based in the UK, are an Autodesk Solutions Associate and members of the Autodesk Developers Network. Stephen will give examples of the solutions that have been developed to make existing desktop applications 'cloud-connected' and also demonstrate new solutions that have been developed using Autodesk Forge to make what was previously impossible possible.Real-life customer example projects will be provided that focus on the benefits that construction professionals can unlock for both their own practice and their clients." 30 Minutes Industry Talk Jim Quanci
Stephen Hamil
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MSF124120-L - Hands-On Lab: 3D Rebar Management with Revit and the GRAITEC BIM Designers In this hands-on lab, we'll walk you through a concrete project workflow using GRAITEC Reinforced Concrete BIM Designers for Revit and a connected structural BIM workflow to take advantage of automation offered by BIM. You'll use Reinforced Concrete BIM Designers for Revit to automatically generate code-checked, 3D rebar cages for columns, beams, and footings of your Revit project, applying the ACI codes. You'll explore the achieved results and how you can manipulate them to a variety of situations to suit your specific or regional needs. You'll use Reinforced Concrete BIM Designers to generate engineering-approved design reports, automatically produce and fine-tune detailed drawing views, and complete bar schedules-all from Revit software. Finally, you'll create sheets and finish off the detail using some tools from the GRAITEC PowerPack for Revit, and you'll publish the documentation in BIM 360 Docs software to manage revision control. 60 Minutes Hands-on Lab Joseph PAIS
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MSF124276-L - Revit Fabrication Parts—Design to Spooling Update Lab This session will propel you into Revit 2018, exemplifying the advantages of using a singular model throughout the preconstruction process. Learn how to go from design intent to fabrication spools using Fabrication Parts in Revit software. In this session, you will convert a Revit design model to Fabrication Parts, make design and coordination changes, define and detail fabrication spools, and create all construction documentation without ever leaving Revit. You will gain first access to new 2018 software add-ins that streamline this process with prepopulated templates and content libraries. This hands-on session will reinforce best piping practices, and give you the tools you need to take your business to the next level. 60 Minutes Hands-on Lab Ralph Schoch
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MSF125131 - Fabrication: 60 Tips in 60 Minutes In 60 minutes, you'll learn 60 all-new tips and tricks for Fabrication CADmep software, Fabrication ESTmep software, and Fabrication CAMduct software. No frills or long lectures-just a few product veterans in a tag-team-style, rapid-fire demonstration. This session will be fast paced, so we'll have no time for questions, but we'll gladly follow up with all attendees after Autodesk University to address any questions. 60 Minutes Instructional Demo GREG MURPHY
JUBEL BEREN
Darren Young
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CCS131480 - Connect and Construct Summit Lunch Don't miss the opportunity to network with your peers and Autodesk executives at this lunch. 75 Minutes Meal
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FDC133141 - Forge DevCon Lunch and Forge Village Forge DevCon pass holders are invited to join us for lunch in Palazzo E, then stroll to the room next door to explore the Forge Village in Palazzo H. The Village is an area that offers a mix of activities-exhibits, Forge Answer Bar and space to network. Talk to Forge early adopters and certified systems integrators about how easy it is to build Forge-based workflows, and how they can help you with those integrations. Come to the Forge Answer Bar where you can receive a personalized overview of how Forge can help solve your business challenges or get questions answered by a team of Forge technical experts. Universities from around the world will also be showing their research and startup projects using Forge. And be sure to drop by the Forge Reality Playground to learn how Forge can help you create immersive virtual and augmented reality experiences. The Village is open all day except during the Keynotes. 60 Minutes Meal
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FDC123224 - 10 Useful (and Cool) Forge Applications Join me on a lightning tour of Forge-based web applications Through the medium of demo apps, you'll find out what Forge is; what it can (and can't) do; and pick up some interesting ideas for how you can make use of Forge to enhance your own applications and workflows. 30 Minutes Instructional Demo Jim Quanci
Stephen Preston
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FDC125725 - BIM 360 and API for a Connected Construction Ecosystem Come and listen to the BIM 360 product team discuss the recent updates and enhancements to the BIM 360 API. Now, Autodesk customers, partners and developers can build a connected construction ecosystem with the same BIM 360 API that is powering your favorite BIM 360 application built on top of the Autodesk Forge platform. Whether you are interested in automating your construction workflows, reducing manual data entry or building a custom app, BIM 360 can support your integration needs with secure access to your account, project and construction data via the API. We will discuss some of the exciting use cases and construction workflows enabled by the new BIM 360 API on Forge. Success stories from early adopter customers and partners will be highlighted along with best practices on using the BIM 360 API. You will also get a chance to hear about the BIM 360 API roadmap and understand what is in the pipeline and interact with experts from the product team to get your questions answered. (Joint AU/Forge DevCon class). 60 Minutes Industry Talk Tomer Galon
Greg Rashkevitch
Manu Venugopal
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FDC126343 - Different Tools to Implement Your WebVR Application With all kinds of different VR devices released to the market, the concept of VR/AR/MR is becoming increasingly popular, but it's still an expensive experience. Is there any way to make the VR experience more accessible, and easier for your customers? WebVR provides a good solution. This class will introduce WebVR and show you some cool demos to help you get a quick project started with the technology, There are several frameworks you can start with, and even mix together - we will discuss some of these, including Three.js, the Autodesk Forge Viewer, and ReactVR. The class will show live demos, and the code behind the different examples. 60 Minutes Instructional Demo Kevin Vandecar
Zhong Wu
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FDC126529 - Deep Dive with the Model Derivative API The Model Derivative API is not just meant for translating files to a viewing file format (the 'SVF' file ) and loading the model for viewing. In this class, we will provide you with deeper understanding of the Model Derivative API, it's feature set and capabilities. We will cover the range of file formats that are available for translation; how to extract metadata from a model; and how geometry can be extracted from model data for developing a variety of custom Forge applications. This will be followed by demonstrating a use case developed by one of our Forge customers. The class will show side by side samples of C# and Node.js. 60 Minutes Instructional Demo Sharmila Phadnis
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FDC129788 - Streamline Fusion 360 processes with Forge Integrating Fusion 360 with Forge can be a really powerful way to streamline your existing processes. In this class, we will provide an introduction to both the Forge and Fusion 360 API's and will explain how you can get started with implementing workflows using both Fusion 360 and Forge. 60 Minutes Instructional Demo Adam Nagy
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CS141605 - Connect and Construct - Devils in the Details | Tracking Data for Handover BECA has been recognized for engineering innovation and excellence in New Zealand following a gold medal win at the 2017 Association of Consulting Engineers New Zealand (ACENZ) INNOVATE Awards. Sitting at the heart of Auckland, the Mason Bros. reconfigured heritage building offers an ultra-modern office space for commercial tenants. A new asset management solution now has the ability to take operations and maintenance into the Internet of Things. Using the latest mobile and cloud-based technology - including Autodesk applications BIM 360 Glue and Field - critical information created during construction was captured and handed over for asset management and operations. Upon completion of the project, all of the 3D models, assets and their data and documentation were pushed to Autodesk BIM360 Ops. Brett Naylor, Group Manager - Digital Delivery, Beca Brett has over 20 years of experience working within the design and construction industry. With a background in Architecture, he has been part of multi-disciplinary teams delivering capital projects across Aviation, Rail, Commercial, Education and Industrial sectors. Latterly in his career Brett has worked in the UK for a BIM Consultancy engaging with Facility Owners and Operators, Design Consultancies and Contractors to help them understand the benefits that BIM can bring to all stages of a project and how to best negotiate the transition to this new project delivery method. Brett now works for Beca as the Group Manager - Digital Delivery. He leads the implementation of BIM across the business and works with their clients to help define the information delivery requirements and delivery methods for their projects. 60 Minutes Pre-conference Session
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FDC131151 - Developing a mobile app with the Forge IoT API Review a real world mobile app example created on the Autodesk IoT platform, leveraging the API to build a high quality application leveraging IoT data and interacting with connected devices. The Forge IoT platform provides a scale-able solution that simplifies the collection and processing of connected device data along with API access to build rich, powerful applications on top of that data. 30 Minutes Instructional Demo Brian Sherman
Allan OLeary
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LF129144 - Leadership Forum Afternoon Session Guest Speaker, Greg Brandeau Greg is the former Executive V+C19P and CTO at The Walt Disney Studios and SVP at Pixar. Greg will speak on how to organize for a culture ready for what's to come, based on a 10-year study. The Future of Making Things Workshop: Managing the Mindset of Innovation, Thomas Wujec, Autodesk Fellow Facilitated by author and TED speaker Tom Wujec, this workshop will coalesce and apply the learnings of the day into tangible actions and next steps to take within your organization. Customer Report Outs Featuring industry leaders across AEC, Design & Manufacturing, Automotive and Media & Entertainment. Closing Remarks Callan Carpenter, VP, Global Named Accounts 210 Minutes Pre-conference Session
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MSF124265 - Design to Fabrication then Fabrication ESTmep: Using the Design Model for Estimating Using Fabrication Parts Have you started seeing Revit files from architects or engineers at bid time? Do the projects that your CAD department is currently working on have access to the Revit files? Even if this is not the case, but you would like to take advantage of the Revit Design to Fabrication Parts, this is the class for you. In this class, we will review your options on how to use the Revit file design items into Fabrication Parts directly inside of Revit. Once we've converted the Revit design items, we'll learn how to export a .MAJ file out of Revit and open it with Fabrication ESTmep software. Once we've opened the file in Fabrication ESTmep, we'll look at options to review pricing and labor along with running reports and data exports. 60 Minutes Instructional Demo William Tucker
Kevin Allen
Josh Asche
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MSF133916-L - Hands-On Lab: Leveraging the Revit Model for Quick and Accurate Estimates No need to throw away the Revit Model from the design team, this lab will walk you through how to leverage and convert a Revit design model to a LOD 400 detail model for use in Fabrication ESTmep. Learn how to use the Revit Extension for Fabrication to export a MAJ file and import directly into ESTmep for a quick and accurate estimate. After importing the MAJ file into ESTmep, learn how to easily change out services to reflect change orders and modify the design for fabrication. Utilized the same MAJ file to streamline the design all the way through manufacturing. 60 Minutes Hands-on Lab GREG MURPHY
David Ronson
Lyle Janda
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FDC125274 - Introducing the Future of CAD - Forge HFDM and the Forge App Framework The design and engineering world is about to go through a major disruption from single user focused, file based "monolithic", hard to learn, desktop CAD to deeply collaborative, highly tailored, and simple to use "database on the cloud" CAD experiences. These workflows will be enabled by the Forge High Frequency Data Management (HFDM) SDK and Forge IDX - the tools Autodesk is using to build next generation products such as Quantum and Fusion Web. HFDM puts data at the center of Forge application development, enabling developers to build rich and collaborative, data-centric applications and reactive systems at scale. The Forge HFDM data service is a central hub that stores and communicates rapidly changing data between different clients, apps, and connected services while keeping all users in sync. We will show examples of what you can build with HFDM and discuss core architectural concepts and practices, highlighting customer value and benefits. Forge IDX is a next generation cloud application leveraging HFDM, that lets you easily build rich, collaborative, and smart applications and services using the latest Autodesk technologies. IDX integrates environments for design, development, and publishing, while making it easy for multidisciplinary teams to work together. 60 Minutes Industry Talk Farzad Towhidi
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FDC125679 - Demystifying the BIM 360 and Forge APIs Are you interested in learning BIM 360 and Forge, but not sure where to start? Are you feeling confused about how Forge APIs work together to give you access to your BIM data? If so, this class is for you. In this session, we'll look at the Forge API from the view of BIM 360 products and provide you with the foundational knowledge for you to implement powerful applications and workflows using these APIs. 60 Minutes Instructional Demo Mikako Harada
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CS141601 - Connect and Construct - Improving project execution and solving challenges with the Internet of Things (IoT) What is the Internet of Things? How can it be applied at the construction site to help firms save time, money, and improve project outcomes? This interactive discussion will answer these questions and highlight IoT solutions that improve worker safety, risk management, crane efficiency, and concrete management. Case examples and metrics will be included as appropriate as well as guidance on how to deploy the power of IoT on your projects. Moderator: Brook Potter, Sr. Business Manager, Autodesk Panelists: Alex Schwarzkopf, CEO, Pillar Technologies Brendan Dowdall, CEO, Concrete Sensors Meirav Oren, CEO, Versatile Natures Chad Hollingsworth, CEO, Triax Technologies, Inc. Alex Schwarzkopf, CEO, Pillar Technologies Alex Schwarzkopf is the CEO and co-founder of Pillar Technologies. Pillar was recently part of the first Techstars IoT program and won the Forbes Change the World competition in 2016. Prior to launching his startup, Alex worked at Tesla Motors in Silicon Valley, and he spent time designing scalable wireless technologies for sub-Saharan Africa. Meirav Oren, CEO, Versatile Natures Ms. Oren is the co-founder and CEO of Versatile Natures (VN), an IoT & AI enhanced construction tech startup, that transform every construction site into a truly profitable, smart, and safe work environment, by supporting construction managers with real-time, actionable insights. Meirav grew up in the construction industry, seeing the pains first hand. She spent 10 years at Intel, spearheading BizOps and financial services, leading international projects with multicultural teams. Chad Hollingsworth, CEO, Triax Technologies, Inc. Chad is the Chief Executive Officer of Triax Technologies, a construction job site safety and communication solutions provider. Chad co-founded Triax Technologies and brings to his role a passion to continually improve the efficiency and safety of the built environment. In addition to his role as chief executive, Chad leads all business development and strategic partnership initiatives. 90 Minutes Pre-conference Session
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CS142056 - Connect and Construct - Building the Workflows of the Future: Workshop Findings If you joined one of the earlier workshops, you wouldn't want to miss this session. Join Laurie and team as they review the findings from the class exercises. Facilitators will present their current best practices and the ideas that were generated in the workshops. Then, participants will vote on the most exciting concepts to continue to collaborate on with Autodesk. At the end of the session, everyone will leave with new strategies and tactics for improving his or her project delivery challenges. 75 Minutes Pre-conference Session Ben Thompson
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FDC124974 - BOM value chain applications with the Forge Viewer and Data Management APIs - openBoM Case Study An open discussion of lessons learned while implementing functionalities of the openBoM application using the Forge Viewer and Data Management API. The discussion will include a demo of the application, an overview of the technical issues and architectural decisions, as well as a discussion of prospects for further use of the Forge platform in the application. Active audience participation is assumed and encouraged. 30 Minutes Industry Talk Oleg Shilovitsky
Igor Tsinman
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MSF122856 - Using LOD for Coordination In this presentation, we'll highlight how using level of development (LOD) status by element helps model authors know how complete their models are. We'll also demonstrate how, at different coordination events in a project, all parties can use LOD to indicate to each other their completion of design in the project by using the LOD score as a trigger for other dependent trades to move forward with their design efforts. For example, a structural engineer can use LOD element status in his or her own structural model to know what parts of the model are still subject to change. When the structural engineer is finished with exterior columns and many of the internal columns, those confirmed elements have a LOD status of 350. However, the steel around the internal elevator shaft area will be at a LOD status of 300 because the elevator equipment hasn't been selected yet. By visualizing the LOD status at a glance, the structural engineers know where the model still needs attention. 60 Minutes Industry Talk Aj Bridwell
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MSF124289 - Fabrication: The Link Between Revit and the Fab Shop In this class, we'll discuss the Victaulic BIM Team migration to Revit software. We'll review lessons learned and how Victaulic capitalizes on the Revit model to track quoting through to installation. With 30 years of advanced material coordination and project delivery experience, see how applying a manufacturing approach to fabrication and material coordination can change how you manage fabrication. Learn how Victaulic developed new in-house technology to make this all possible with a true link from quote to design to fabrication. If you're thinking of switching to Revit software, don't miss this class. 60 Minutes Industry Talk Ralph Schoch
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MSF125141 - Fabrication Parts in Revit—30 Tips in 60 Minutes Learn 30 tips and tricks specifically tailored to Fabrication Parts and workflows in Revit software. No frills or long lectures- just a few product veterans in a tag-team-style, rapid-fire demonstration. This session will be fast paced, so we'll have no time for questions, but we'll gladly follow up with all attendees after Autodesk University to address any questions. 60 Minutes Instructional Demo JUBEL BEREN
GREG MURPHY
Darren Young
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MSF125329 - Introduction to Structural Precast for Revit Prefabrication can lead to reduced project schedules, greater productivity, and better on-site safety records. Structural Precast for Revit 2018 software supports multiple stages of the precast workflow. The purpose of this class is to reveal the design workflow for precast elements (walls and slabs) using advanced tools that automate the process of generating precast assemblies, shop drawings, and computer numerical control (CNC) files. 60 Minutes Instructional Demo Bogdan Teodorescu
Tomasz Fudala
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MSF134073-L - Revit Schedules vs Fabrication Reports Now what? You've modeled and coordinated a beautiful project and it's time for documentation. Getting the data out of data rich LOD 400 Fabrication Parts is the key to a successful BIM process. Learn how to build and edit the traditional Revit Schedules while understanding their purpose and limitations. Then we will take it up a notch into Fabrication Reports where the "I" in BIM becomes the most important factor in the success of your projects. 60 Minutes Hands-on Lab Lyle Janda
Scott Hendricks
David Ronson
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128661 - Professional Certification Exam—Session 1 Enrollment in this session will provide the opportunity to take one Autodesk Certified Professional exam at Autodesk University 2017. You may take only one exam attempt during Autodesk University 2017-you will be unenrolled from any additional Certification Exam Sessions you select. The policies are as follows: You will need a valid form of identification (driver's license, passport, government-issued ID). The exam has a 2-hour time limit with no breaks, so plan accordingly. You may not bring any personal items to the computer workstation. Secure bag check-in is provided. Please arrive at least 10 minutes early. The lab will close 10 minutes after the scheduled start time, and no one will be admitted to the Certification Lab after this time-no exceptions. If you fail to arrive on time you will forfeit your scheduled session and there's no opportunity to reschedule. 150 Minutes Certification
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145741 - Data Workflows with Alias How do you handle getting data in and out of Alias?  Come talk to our researchers about what works and what doesn't in your workflow. 90 Minutes Autodesk Feedback Workshop Shari Nemerovski
Noel Spurgeon
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AS142250 - AutoCAD Best Practices We are designing a web version of AutoCAD and would like AutoCAD experts to come teach us the best ways to do tasks such as block creation and plotting and whatever else you want to teach us. 90 Minutes Autodesk Feedback Workshop Shona Reed
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