November 11, 2020

Challenges have always led to innovation, and this year we’ve faced one of the biggest challenges our industry has ever seen. But with the right tools and technology coupled with human ingenuity, we can reimagine how we work and innovate moving forward.

As more people return to work, and we continue further into this “new normal,” design decisions take on a new significance, from physical distancing to safer air quality, to staying productive while working remotely and even building a more resilient supply chain. So how exactly do you get this done?

Space Planning for New Health Guidelines

Whether you’re designing for the safe arrangement of desks, or the width or spacing of aisles, Dynamo and Generative Design in Autodesk Revit bring informed decision making to design exploration.

Get People Moving Again With Confidence

The way people move is changing, from inside airports and transit hubs, from their cars and to their desks. Mobility Simulation in Autodesk InfraWorks models people movement, bringing data-driven insights to physical distancing needs and efficiency of travel.

Design for Safer Air Quality in Your Project

Indoor air quality and proper ventilation make a significant difference for the safety of employees and customers. With Autodesk CFD you can identify areas of risk and explore multiple mitigation strategies for occupant safety.

Stay Productive While Working Remotely

No matter where or how you are working, there is always a need for collaboration. With Autodesk Vault and Fusion Team you can securely share and access your data regardless of the location of the rest of your team.

Build a More Resilient Supply Chain

Challenges from supply chain disruptions can be turned into an opportunity for better supplier management and collaboration with Autodesk Fusion Lifecycle PLM. Fusion Lifecycle helps avoid supplier issues or delays before they even happen.


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