Autodesk University 2022: Automotive and industrial design content on demand

Brandy Ryan Brandy Ryan November 30, 2022

3 min read

Over the course of two weeks, more than 10,000 attendees took in sessions at Autodesk University 2022. If you joined us, we hope you had a fantastic experience. And if you didn’t, we hope you’ll consider it for next year.

We know the value of time these days, so we wanted to share AU Automotive and Industrial Design content that you can access on demand: instructional demos, product briefings, and industry talks.

AU 2022 – General Session Keynotes

The focus of Day 1’s General Session keynote was, perhaps unsurprisingly, disruption and the pace of change in industry and customer expectation. Autodesk President and CEO Andrew Anagnost talks through the potential for transformation and cloud-based solutions.

Day 2’s General Session keynote picks up on this idea of transformative journeys and offers insights from business leaders in AEC, D&M and M&E. Learn what steps they’ve taken, what their biggest challenges were, and what outcomes they’ve seen so far.

AU 2022 On-demand Automotive and Industrial Design Content

CP501732 | An Introduction to Alias for Product (Industrial) Design
Welcome to the world of Alias product design, concept modeling, and detailed surface modeling. In this session you’ll learn how automation can speed up the design process and what experience-based decision-making trends are informing the future of design.

CP501733 | The Future of Digital Product (Industrial) Design Tools
The future of digital industrial-design tools is here: explore how those tools are evolving in function and user experience.

TR501092 | Using the Dynamo Player in Alias to Solve Problems and Automate Processes
Think you know Dynamo? This class will expand your understanding of what Dynamo can offer, including generation and modification of NURBS, subdivision, and construction elements; creating highly-customized tools and increasing your efficiency with daily routine tasks.

TR501630 | Future Disruptions in Automotive Design with Alias and VRED Line of Products
Climate change and customer behavior is disrupting traditional automotive design approaches. This sea change has the potential to shape the future of mobility and challenge conformist styling concepts. Autodesk’s Alias and VRED software are consistently relevant in this overall transition.

TR502875 | Concept Car Creation: A Workflow Introduction
Meet ETRAXX, a new Autodesk concept car. This session will cover each set-up in building this concept car, including concept modeling in VR, SubD modeling in Alias, detailing in Fusion 360 and final rendering in VRED.

MFG501322 | Visualizing Digital Prototypes in Context with VRED
Looking to learn how to review, evaluate and showcase digital prototypes in context? This session uses a kitchen to show how Fusion 360 and Revit data can be used in VRED to influence and inform the design and layout process.

TR502471 | Using AI-Enabled Speech Control to Increase Immersion for XR Design Review
This session walks you through using AI speech control within VRED via NVIDIA’s Project Mellon. Learn how Melon can easily updated command lists without extensive NLP training.

TR501196 | Road to the Digital Shop Floor. Streamlined Decision with VRED Core
Imagine a digital shop floor: the ability to “walk around” clay models and have instant updates on project progress and design evolution. This session explores visualization streams with VRED Core and a simple web server.

TR502979 | Automotive virtual design reviews using VRED Quick Start on the AWS Cloud
This session highlights how Amazon Web Services (AWS) Quick Start helps infrastructure architects, administrators and DevOps professional implement or extend their VRED workloads on the AWS cloud for real-time virtual design reviews.

Yes, there will be more learning resources!

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