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AU Las Vegas: the Fab Forum is getting bigger and better

Adrian Finch

If you’re a trade contractor  planning to attend Autodesk University Las Vegas November 13-15, 2018, then we’ve got news for you. This year, we are expanding the MEP and Structural Fabricators Forum, which had previously been a standalone session, into AU.

What does this mean for you? We’re giving you additional opportunities to take the business and technical classes that matter most to your profession. Plus, you’ll have even more networking opportunities with your peers from across design, engineering, and construction.

What can you expect during AU?

With an increase in Fab Forum class submissions, we wanted to meet the growing demand for fabrication courses. Expanding the Forum across three days enables you to take even more fabrication classes. We’ve doubled the number of courses available in the Fabrication Track, in addition to our 30 MEP and structure design courses.

In addition, we’re adding a 90-minute industry session on Tuesday where we’ll discuss our product strategy and feature some of our customers and their successes. This will be followed by a networking reception in the Exhibit Hall.

Plus, you’ll have access to hundreds of other classes, hands-on labs, and keynotes. You have the added flexibility to plan your three days the way that you want. And of course, let’s not forget about all of the fun that comes with a pass to AU (and a trip to Vegas).

Connect & Construct expands

We’ve expanded the Connect & Construct Summit this year and will offer a fabrication track, providing a broader construction focus for both the general contractor and the trades.

Kick start your AU experience on Monday and choose from over 100 classes – from industry talks and demos to hands-on labs – and learn about the technology that will help you improve the way that you work today and in the future.

In addition, a pass to Connect & Construct grants you entry into Forge Dev Con where you can learn more about developing on the Forge platform.

That’s not all

We’ll have more to share about this new experience in the coming months, so stay tuned. We’re working hard to make this the best AU for you. Check back here for more details.

We look forward to seeing you in Las Vegas.

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