As health-care capacity gets stretched to its limits, BLOX uses manufacturing technologies to streamline construction of acute-care medical facilities.
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When toxic algae fouled the water supply in Toledo, Ohio, Arcadis designed a more resilient water system to ensure safe water for the community.
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Future of work
The company is building multifamily homes more affordably and sustainably while creating jobs for nontraditional construction workers.
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“Autodesk construction solutions give us visibility on risk and a higher degree of focus. Insight is identifying the problems and constraints that now act as leading KPIs for BAM to identify hotspots, rather than relying on traditional construction intuition. We’re having less reactive conversations with more emphasis on KPIs that can drive continual improvement.”
— Michael Murphy, Digital Construction Operations Manager, BAM Ireland
Manufacturer recycles fly ash from coal power plants into ceramic floor tiles—reducing water use by 85% and raw material inputs by 70% in the process.
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Danish company brings robotic precision to wind turbine manufacturing, tripling productivity and enabling workers to build designs from a tablet.
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Future of work
With a proprietary curriculum and factory for on-the-job learning, ISAIC is training skilled workers to help rebuild manufacturing in the US.
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“Generative design helps the human mind expand the range of possibilities. With the help of generative design, a single designer or engineer can go through perhaps dozens or hundreds of different design iterations, so it enables them to see things that they may not have otherwise considered, and in tandem tackle complex problems. Which is to say that people still have a very important role to play in shaping the design direction. There will always be need for the human eye, the heart, and the soul as vital parts of the design process.”
— John Suh, Founding Director of the New Horizons Studio, Hyundai Motor Group
For Walt Disney Imagineering, BIM is the key to coordinating the design, fabrication, and installation of Disney parks and attractions.
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Stop-motion animators are adopting advanced technologies to coordinate the complex production behind the magic of their captivating films.
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Global retailers use the design firm’s high-fidelity 3D renders of product models to make production more affordable and efficient.
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“(Weta Digital’s new Software-as-a-Service offering) WetaM will raise the bar for global creative production, redefining the industry in the process. At its core, this partnership with Autodesk will extend the reach of the Weta magic, making it more accessible for artists in pursuit of creating amazing characters and worlds across film and television.”
— Prem Akkaraju, CEO of Weta Digital.
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