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Autodesk Acquires Spacemaker: Offers Architects AI-powered Generative Design to Explore Best Urban Design Options

SAN RAFAEL, Calif., Nov. 17, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Autodesk University – Autodesk, Inc. (NASDAQ: ADSK) today announced it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Spacemaker for $240 million net of cash.

Based in Oslo, Norway, Spacemaker uses cloud-based,

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More than a buzzword, digital twin drives AEC

You’re likely hearing buzz about digital twin. Is it a passing trend or the future of the architecture, engineering, construction and real estate industries? Digital twin is the future, and a critical piece of the digital transformation journey of any business.

Global research firm McKinsey in “The Next Normal In Construction,” suggests that the construction industry is emphasizing R&D,

Madhurjya Kotoky

Autodesk launches its online store in the Middle East

Autodesk today announced that its flagship software will now be available for purchase through its new eStore on a variety of subscription plans and direct payment options for the Middle East customers. The eStore is a first of its kind for Autodesk in the Middle East and would significantly ease access to Autodesk’s design tools for design and engineering professionals in the region.

Madhurjya Kotoky

Autodesk AEC Excellence Awards Celebrates a Decade of Design and Construction Innovation

We have a big milestone to celebrate. The AEC Excellence Awards turns 10 this year!

Over the past decade, we’ve seen more than 1,100 entries from over 60 countries. More than 80 awards have been given to celebrate and honor the people and achievements for the best building and infrastructure design or construction projects—large and small.

Madhurjya Kotoky

Our Annual Impact Report: A Message from our CEO

A version of this letter appears in our Impact Report

A year ago, we were already acutely aware of the importance of the momentous decade ahead. And yet, 2020 surprised and tested us in unprecedented ways. I reflect on the year—one defined by a global pandemic,

Madhurjya Kotoky


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