From Ford’s first assembly lines to robots on factory floors, the past century saw the development and refinement of manufacturing systems for mass production. The 21st century is ushering in a wave of equally important innovations that are making manufacturing more flexible and agile, enabling us to prototype more easily and customize products on a mass scale.Autodesk University
There’s never a bad time to build your skills and boost your career. Take a look at some of March’s most-watched AU online classes to find out what your colleagues and peers are learning.
Get Ready for Artificial Intelligence in Construction
Speakers: Josh Kanner,
Robots have been in use in industry for decades, but they’ve gotten radically more intelligent and useful over the past 10 years, mostly due to rapid advances in software and computing power. And the real progress is just getting rolling.
Unless John Connor comes back from the future to stop them,Autodesk University
Something’s afoot in Portland, Oregon, besides rain, great coffee, and craft beer.
As In the Fold reported, the Portland Incubator Experiment Shop (a.k.a. the PIE Shop) has opened. A collaboration between the Portland Incubator Experiment (PIE), pioneering Portland product design firm Uncorked Studios,Autodesk University