Time was, manufacturing and architecture didn’t have much in common—they were different industries using different workflows. And entertainment? That was a galaxy far, far away.
But times have changed. With new digital technologies, these industries are converging, learning from each other, and adopting shared approaches for making,AU
Maybe you’re interested in A Look at How BIM and Prefabrication Can Lead to Fully Automated Building Construction.
Maybe learning about Bringing Virtual Reality to the Labor Force would make all the difference to you and your team going forward.
Maybe a class about Hybrid Techniques for Modeling Sheet Metal Parts in Fusion 360 is what you’re looking for at AU Las Vegas this year.AU
If you were at Tobacco Dock last week for AU London, you saw another example of what makes this learning community special. More than 1,600 professionals from across construction, manufacturing, and media gathered to share knowledge, gather perspective, and learn how others are adapting to the changes taking place in our industries.AU
AU London kicks off today, chock full of classes and learning sessions, mind-expanding keynotes, interactive exhibits, and receptions for networking with your peers. If you want to discover what lies ahead for the future of making and building, London’s Tobacco Dock is the place to be today.
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