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  • Aerospace TitleThank you for taking the time to meet with us today. We want to take this time to give you a new understanding of Autodesk and what we can do for you, and to identify areas where our solutions can address your problems.But first, we’d like to open your eyes to the potential of Autodesk.
  • Instructions: Build to play Digital Prototyping corporate video (ADSK_MANU_HALF.wmv) at beginning of presentation, located in the Partner Portal under Sales and Marketing  Thought Leadership  Digital Prototyping.
  • You may know that Autodesk started 28 years ago with a product that was groundbreaking at the time – AutoCAD. Since then, Autodesk has grown to become a leader in the software industry, with an unmatched portfolio of products addressing workflow needs in industries as diverse as architecture, construction, film & games, process plant design, civil engineering, and of course manufacturing.The key to Autodesk’s success is an ability to leverage technologies and workflows across these products and industries to bring value to customers, all while focusing relentlessly on ease of use and cost-effectiveness to help customers achieve maximum return on their technology investments.
  • Are we losing sales because we don't have this feature?Is this a ``snazzy'' gimmick feature which could attract additional sales?Does this feature reduce user confusion and our support burden?Could this feature be easily implemented?Would implementation of this feature make it easier to implement some of the other features?
  • Figures taken from CIMData PLM Market Analysis, August 2009. Module 1.However I would not take Autodesk’s word for it.Autodesk’s leadership in the manufacturing industry, as a whole, is well illustrated by recent market research by CIMData, a leading independent worldwide firm, that provides strategic consulting to maximize an enterprise’s ability to design and deliver innovative products and services through the application of Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solutions.As you can see when compared to other companies in this market Autodesk occupies the number 2 spot. With respect to design focused MCAD Autodesk is in the number 1 spot. This is important to us. Autodesk’s mission is to democratize Digital Prototyping as the mainstream approach to product development.
  • This ability to serve customers of different sizes … and across different industries … is shown more explicitly on this slide.  We find that people often don’t recognize the extent to which both large and small companies depend upon Autodesk.  It’s interesting to note that more than ¾ of Autodesk business is with medium and large customers as shown on this slide.  At the same time, small customers form an important part of our customer base, and we do more business with small customers than our competition.  This reflects the fact that while our solutions are attainable and affordable for small companies, these same solutions can provide benefits to large companies, and are scalable to the needs of these larger customers at the same time.“
  • So how can Autodesk address the issues we just outlined, as summarized by Deloitte, AIA, and Accenture? To be able to address these issues, we need to understand industry challenges, and then develop solutions to meet those challenges head on. We don’t have time to review these challenges in detail, but we can provide a quick overview.1.Cost Reduction: Continuous improvement to reduce costs related to development, tooling and manufacturing2. Maintenance Repair and Overhaul: Ensure that maintenance teams conduct operations efficiently and correctly3. Collaboration: Collaborating effectively with suppliers and customers to reduce costs while protecting core intellectual property4. Product Innovation: Incorporate new materials, product and manufacturing technology while reducing cost and time-to-market5. Manufacturing Agility: Managing manufacturing processes and facilities to implement new products, processes and equipment6. Aesthetically Appealing Design: Design visually appealing interiors that differentiate from the competition
  • The net result of the inefficiencies we just outlined is illustrated in this chart. This chart shows the flow of digital knowledge (in green) and the associated costs (in blue). The stages of the process are indicated as well as the sources of knowledge for each stage.Initially, digital knowledge increases continuously and costs are predictable. However, a lack of digital data, or incompatible data, causes a loss in digital knowledge as we cross over from ideation to engineering. The result is an increase in costs due to re-creation. The net result is lost knowledge across all stages, inaccurate re-creation, increased cost, and lower opportunities for innovation.
  • Note:This is a generic workflow meant to show the high level scope for the industry. There are obviously many specific needs below this level, but they should all fit neatly into one of these process elements. Of course, not all companies will need to perform every process here (example, a supplier of conceptual design and technical surfacing services won’t care about electrical design).Autodesk offers solutions to address a wide range of customer needs in Aerospace, both for OEMs and suppliers. We are the leading provider of design and visualization solutions to help customers create and communicate compelling designs that reflect brand character. Our mechanical and electrical design products provide solutions to develop complex electromechanical parts and assemblies, while our built-in simulation and analysis capabilities provide customers the ability to visualize, optimize and manage their designs before producing a physical prototype. These design capabilities are integrated with data management solutions to manage configuration and release, and which integrate with enterprise-wide information systems. Our capabilities extend to the plant floor, where our solutions are widely used for tooling, equipment, and plant layout. Autodesk is also committed to interoperability among our own solutions as well as those from our competitors, so that our customers can enjoy improved opportunities for collaboration among departments and with customers and suppliers.
  • The capabilities that Autodesk provides can, broadly speaking, be split into five major categories.First is Conceptual Design …which Autodesk is making attainable and accessible to everyone, by enabling teams to collaborate digitally from the very beginning of every projectNext is Engineering …We’re building tools for our customers that allow them to be the worlds best engineers and designers not modelersSimulation, ideally concurrently with engineering, subjects the design to a variety of digital simulations to ensure that not only will the product perform as expected, but also that it is manufacturable as designed.Manufacturing requires the ability to directly consume product data within manufacturing for the design and adaptation of equipment, tooling, and factory layouts. Beyond that, it requires the ability to incorporate BIM data of the facility.Visualization demands the efficient reuse of data for creation of downstream materials, often by members of your team not tasked with designIn the Aerospace industry, we have some specific differentiators that I’ll outline in more detail on the next few slides.
  • Once again, don’t just take our word for it. Consider the opinions of analysts and business journalists whose job it is to cover the technology marketplace. They have studied Autodesk and our competitors closely, and have come to the same conclusion … Autodesk offers great solutions for our customers.
  • Autodesk company review

    1. 1. © 2010 Autodesk A Review On Autodesk Sravan kumar. M T21-100 SSIM
    2. 2. © 2010 Autodesk
    3. 3. © 2010 Autodesk
    4. 4. © 2010 Autodesk An Unmatched Product Portfolio Autodesk and AutoCAD® software changed the world of design by automating drafting more than 30 years ago. Today, the Autodesk portfolio offers a depth and breadth that no competitor can match, serving a wide range of industries and addressing all phases of the design process. Image created in Autodesk ® 3ds Max® software
    5. 5. © 2010 Autodesk Some of products….  AutoCAD  AutoCAD Raster Design  AutoCAD Electrical  AutoCAD Mechanical  Autodesk 3ds MAX  Autodesk Simulation Multiphysics  Autodesk Alias Automotive  Autodesk Revit Architecture  Autodesk Inventor Professional  Autodesk MAYA  Autodesk Simulation CFD  Autodesk BIM
    6. 6. © 2010 Autodesk AutoCAD WS  Stay connected to your designs on the web or from your mobile device.  Access designs directly from the AutoCAD 2012 user interface.
    7. 7. © 2010 Autodesk A Brief Story About Its Origins….  John walker starts with a software company in 1970’s named as marine chip systems…  worked for 10 years and to face the challenge from giants over that time like IBM,NEC, Xerox etc entered into a different portfolio of software industry  And entered into CAD/CAM industry in 1980’s  worked on CAD software for 2 years  And no one reached its position now…..
    8. 8. © 2010 Autodesk A Brief Look Into Timeline….  1982- Autodesk Starts Its Journey As A Software Company In US By John Walker With A Team Of 15 Members  Some Cool Milestones:  December,1982 - AutoCAD 1.0 is released  February 1, 1983- starts its sales  1984 – First Fiscal Year Revenues Went Over 1 Million It’s The Real Party Time For All Autodeskers At That Time 1985 – Autodesk Goes Public (ADSK) 2005 – ADSK Scores An Academy Award 2006 – Carl Bass Named President And CEO 2007 – Autodesk Now Reports 8 Million Licensed Users Worldwide  2012- ADSK Scores 17 Academy Award Nominations Continuously
    9. 9. © 2010 Autodesk The Igniters…. The board in its turn confirmed the corporate officers on January 8, 1983:  John Walker President  Daniel Drake Vice President, Secretary  Keith B. Marcelius Treasurer, Assistant Secretary  Robert R. Tufts Assistant Secretary  Roxie Walker Assistant Treasurer
    10. 10. © 2010 Autodesk  John Walker presented the first financial report. As of January 30,1983 one year after the first organizational meeting, the company had a positive cash flow. (In $)  Bank account: 7,966  Capital Preservation Fund 17,987  ------------------------------------------  Liquid assets 25,953  Receivables 7,734  ------------------------------------------  Total short-term assets 33,687  Liabilities & committed exp. (1,500)  ===========================================  Net 32,000+  Expenditures in 1982 amounted to $44,493, broken down as follows: hardware 48%; shows 22%; legal expenses 14%; printing 7%; stock repurchase 5%; others 4%.
    11. 11. © 2010 Autodesk A Glance Into Income Statements Of Last 3 Years
    12. 12. © 2010 Autodesk Stock Exchange Details  Listed In NASDAQ Stock exchange  listed as Autodesk, Inc. ADSK  Current share price $32.7 0.82(2.56%) 2:21PM EST
    13. 13. © 2010 Autodesk Reason for bullish nature of stock  Obama Infrastructure plan could boost demand in US market  Autodesk Inc. (ADSK): Today's Featured Computer Software & Services Laggard  Autodesk Acquiers Qontext Social Collaboration Platform  Autodesk Acquires HSMWorks Technology
    14. 14. © 2010 Autodesk Nominations for ACADemy awards Best Visual Effects Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest  used the Autodesk Inferno system for visual effects  Poseidon used Maya to create 140 shots for the Best Visual Effects ACADemy Award- nominated film Poseidon Best Animated Feature Film Happy Feet Australia-based Animal Logic relied on Maya to complete approximately 800 shots for the ACADemy Award-winning animated feature film Happy Feet.
    15. 15. © 2010 Autodesk The Leader in Manufacturing  Installed base of 2.8 million mechanical users worldwide  One simple, integrated solution  Growing Faster Than Peers 3 year CAGR based on public revenue data for most recent fiscal years as of 1/31/2009.
    16. 16. © 2010 Autodesk Autodesk #2 in Overall Market Revenues Autodesk #1 in design focused MCAD CIMData PLM Market Analysis August 2009 More companies place their trust in Autodesk design software, for product development, than any other provider
    17. 17. © 2010 Autodesk SMALLMEDIUMLARGE >$2B Revenue < $2B Revenue < $100M Revenue Supporting customers of all sizes
    18. 18. © 2010 Autodesk Competitors  Adobe Systems Incorporated  Parametric Technology Corporation  Dassault Systems  Bentley Systems
    19. 19. © 2010 Autodesk Industry Challenges Automotive & Transportation  Cost Reduction  Maintenance Repair and Overhaul  Collaboration  Product Innovation  Manufacturing Agility  Aesthetically Appealing Design Images courtesy of: Armstrong White, Autoliv
    20. 20. © 2010 Autodesk Cost of Broken Processes MANUFACTURINGCONCEPTUAL DESIGN ENGINEERING
    21. 21. © 2010 Autodesk Digital Prototyping Digital Prototyping enables users to design, visualize and simulate their products and processes digitally. Images courtesy of SPARC, Techman-Head, VZLU
    22. 22. © 2010 Autodesk Processes Sales Engineering Simulation Tooling Electrical Sketching Maintenance Surfacing Data ManagementVisualization Mechanical ManufacturingDocumentation Images courtesy of Bombardier Inc., VZLU, Wipaire Inc., Beijing Qinyung Hi-Tech, Techman-Head, SPARC, and Gemcor
    23. 23. © 2010 Autodesk Industrial Design Engineering ManufacturingVisualization Simulation Capabilities Images courtesy of SPARC, GEMCOR, VZLU
    24. 24. © 2010 Autodesk The Net Result
    25. 25. © 2010 Autodesk 25 “Autodesk is uniquely positioned for large multimillion- dollar customers and also for small manufacturers seeking to achieve affordable innovation.” -Sanjeev Pal “Digital Prototyping allows engineers to review and test every detail of a machine’s design.” Robert Brooks “Autodesk’s bigger contribution to the U.S. economy…is in helping manufacturers scattered across the Rust Belt compete against foreign rivals.” Dean Foust “Digital Prototyping and a focus on sustainability define Autodesk’s 2010 line.” Jill Jusko
    26. 26. © 2010 Autodesk Digital Prototyping is absolutely critical because it allows us to bring a single digital model through every phase of design and development through to manufacturing and marketing. Richard Schulz Managing Director ADEPT Airmotive How is Autodesk Different?  Attainable
    27. 27. © 2010 Autodesk Autodesk understands innovation and delivers both products and services in a flexible solution that supports our innovation and market growth strategies on a global scale. Craig Maxwell VP Technology and Innovation Parker Hannifin  Attainable  Scalable How is Autodesk Different?
    28. 28. © 2010 Autodesk We probably decreased the overall development cycle by 50 percent by using Autodesk Inventor software, which allowed us to deliver a mobile electronic flightdeck solution to our customers in less time. Hemant Mistry, President, Jayco Panel  Attainable  Scalable  Cost-effective How is Autodesk Different?
    29. 29. © 2010 Autodesk Autodesk ed community  www.autodesk.com/edcommunity  Worlds largest community for students educators of design
    30. 30. © 2010 Autodesk Current Autodesk interactive workshops From Student community  Alias Education Curriculum  Autodesk BIM Workshop  Autodesk Digital STEAM Workshop  Autodesk Simulation Workshop  Autodesk Sustainability Workshop  Built by Design  All these workshops are to make a interface between student and Autodesk
    31. 31. © 2010 Autodesk URBEE: the whole system thinking of energy efficient car  a fuel efficient vehicle that achieves around 150 miles per gallon, weighs only 1,200 pounds  Developer: Jim Kore And Team From Stanford University,U.S  Software used: Autodesk inventor  First prototype of Urbee launched at TED X Conference
    32. 32. © 2010 Autodesk Bio arch: a desert architecture inspired by desert snail  Project Title: BioArch Designers: Elnaz Amiri, Hesam Andalib, Roza Atarod, and M- amin Mohamadi from the Art Institute of Isfahan in Iran Date: February 2012 Autodesk Software Used: Autodesk® Ecotect Analysis  The team’s goal was to reduce energy use in a building designed for Iran’s harsh desert climate. The team needed to use passive design strategies to protect building occupants from intense sunlight and provide both moisture and ventilation.
    33. 33. © 2010 Autodesk Some more considerable projects are:  Eco fridge  Efficient and Responsible Stove Design(Biolite)  Bloom laptop for disassembly and recycle  Health and Wellness Center (India BIM 2011)  Project Title: Health and Wellness Center  Designer: Aaron Mendoca, Anutosh Kanoria, Sagar Praveen, and Kaustubh Khare (IIT Kharagpur)  Date: November 2011  Autodesk Software Used: Vasari, Revit Architecture, Ecotect
    34. 34. © 2010 Autodesk Thank you To Be Continued…
    35. 35. © 2010 Autodesk

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