May 5, 2014

Synergis University 2014 is now less than a month away! There are 40 sessions to choose from, so to make it easy for you, we have created industry tracks to help you find the information to keep you ahead in your industry.

Manufacturing Design: 

John Twerdok, Autodesk

John Twerdok, Autodesk

When manufacturing products innovation and timing is everything.  Getting your products to market before your competitors is important.  Getting products that are predictable and profitable is necessary.  Have you ever asked yourself:

  • How do you get to market faster while providing high-quality products?
  • How do you test your designs and how much does it cost your profits?
  • Are there bottlenecks in your design process or manufacturing line?
  • What tools do I already have that I am not maximizing to help me design and sell my products?

Whether you are a user or a manager, this track offers sessions that will help

Jamie Scherer, Autodesk

Jamie Scherer, Autodesk

you work more efficiently and help you stay ahead.  Learn more on our Manufacturing: Digital Prototyping Track page.
Some sessions that are offered in this track include:

See the full manufacturing track.


Building Design and Construction:

Drew Lavine, Re:Vision Architecture

Drew Lavine, Re:Vision Architecture

Building design is not as simple as it used to be.  Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a term used often to describe a process, but what does that really mean?  Join us at Synergis University 2014 to hear customers that are utilizing BIM in everyday workflows and how and why they incorporated BIM to inspire collaboration earlier in the design process and win more business.
Learn how the latest technologies, techniques and strategies can help you to deliver successful projects from your peers, Autodesk experts, and the entire Synergis team. Topics include how to:
Bill Knittle, Synergis

Bill Knittle, Synergis

  • More effectively improve communication with stakeholders
  • Streamline workflows
  • Expand toolsets and benefit from a more consistent user experience
  • Access cloud services through Autodesk® Subscription
  • Implement more BIM into your workflow
  • Manage your documents and data
  • Promote greater control and efficiency

Some of the sessions in the Building and Construction BIM Track include:

See the full BIM for Building and Construction Schedule.


Infrastructure and Civil Design:

Ryan Vecci, Autodesk

Ryan Vecci, Autodesk

Complexity has grown in the infrastructure industry amidst increasing project sizes and the need to stay competitive and profitable. Learn how to overcome this complexity and make more informed decisions about your civil infrastructure software in the face of transformation. Extend your access with the latest technologies, techniques and strategies to help you deliver successful infrastructure projects, including how to:

  • Improve communication with stakeholders
  • Minimize rework and help increase profitability
  • Enhance the detail and accuracy of project designs
  • More effectively identify and resolve issues virtually before breaking ground
  • Stay competitive and more productive
Chris Fabri, Synergis

Chris Fabri, Synergis

Some of the sessions in the Infrastructure BIM Track include:

See the entire Civil and Infrastructure BIM Track.