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  • 1.
  • 2. An Unmatched Product Portfolio
    Autodesk and AutoCAD® software changed the world of design by automating drafting more than 25 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
  • 3. Leadership Across Industries
    Manufacturing
    Automotive
    Architecture, Engineering, and Construction
    Media and Entertainment
    Utilities and Telecommunications
  • 4. The Leader in Manufacturing
    • Installed base of 2.8 million mechanical users worldwide
    • 5. One simple, integrated solution
    • 6. Growing Faster Than Peers
    3 year CAGR based on public revenue data for most recent fiscal years as of 1/31/2009. 
  • 7. CIMData PLM Market Analysis
    August 2009
    Autodesk #2 in Overall Market Revenues
    Autodesk #1 in design focused MCAD
    More companies place their trust in Autodesk design software, for product development, than any other provider
  • 8. Supporting customers of all sizes
    SMALL
    MEDIUM
    LARGE
  • 9. Autodesk Digital Prototyping provides the fastest path to ROI through affordable innovation and collaboration
  • 10. “… best performers will be companies able to leverage the whole of the supply chain”
    “… the next five years are going to see the industry challenged to compete on technology and on cost”
    “… materials innovation, computer modeling and low-cost sourcing are top opportunities”
    “… expectations of investment growth in innovation remain high”
    “… low level of interoperability is inhibiting effective collaboration”
    “… reducing the number of post-release engineering or design changes cuts costs”
    References:
    Aerospace & Defense – 2010 U.S. Outlook, Deloitte
    Achieving High Performance through Improved Program Profitability, Accenture
  • 11. Industry ChallengesAutomotive & Transportation
    Cost Reduction
    Maintenance Repair and Overhaul
    Collaboration
    Product Innovation
    Manufacturing Agility
    Aesthetically Appealing Design
    Images courtesy of: Armstrong White, Autoliv
  • 12. Cost of Broken Processes
    MANUFACTURING
    CONCEPTUAL DESIGN
    ENGINEERING
  • 13. Digital Prototyping
    Digital Prototyping enables users to design, visualize and simulate their products and processes digitally.
    Images courtesy of SPARC, Techman-Head, VZLU
  • 14. Processes
    Data Management
    Surfacing
    Visualization
    Sketching
    Simulation
    Mechanical
    Sales Engineering
    Electrical
    Documentation
    Tooling
    Manufacturing
    Maintenance
    Images courtesy of Bombardier Inc., VZLU, Wipaire Inc., Beijing Qinyung Hi-Tech, Techman-Head, SPARC, and Gemcor
  • 15. Engineering
    Capabilities
    Simulation
    Industrial Design
    Manufacturing
    Visualization
    Images courtesy of SPARC, GEMCOR, VZLU
  • 16. Industrial DesignAutodesk is the leader in industrial design
    Alias software is the standard for professional industrial designers
    The only digital workflow from 2D concept sketch to Class A surface
    Complete support of technical surfacing workflows
    Excellent interoperability with all major MCAD software solutions
    Stunning visualization for collaboration and client presentation with Showcase
  • 17. EngineeringRapid productivity for multiple engineering disciplines
    Inventor offers ease of use for immediate productivity
    Unsurpassed interoperability:multi-CAD, Alias, 2D, and BIM
    The only direct manipulation workflow that maintains part history
    Design of routed systems with electrical schematic integration
    Tightly integrated data management for workgroup productivity
    Image courtesy of SPARC
  • 18. SimulationDesign optimization in the hands of engineers
    Moldflow is the industry leader for injection molding simulation
    Complete toolbox including FEA, CFD, thermal, multiphysics, and more with Algor
    Integration of molded fiber orientation with FEA for part design optimization
    The only solution to visualize results of the molding process
    Integrated simulation to enable optimization by the design engineer
    Image courtesy of Techman-Head
  • 19. ManufacturingCombine facility and equipment into a complete factory model
    The only solution integrating Digital Prototyping and BIM
    Inventor and AutoCAD interoperability for mixed 2D and 3D design workflows
    AutoCAD is the most widely adopted solution in the world for factory layout
    Inventor provides complete tooling and equipment design capabilities
    Navisworks enables the integration and visualization of an entire factory model
    Image courtesy of GEMCOR
  • 20. VisualizationThe broadest visualization solutions available
    Immediate results from powerful built-in visualization within Inventor
    Showcase provides a fast, efficient way to demonstrate design alternatives
    Develop imagery, animations and videos with 3ds Max
    Efficiently develop multimedia technical documentation with Inventor Publisher
    Image courtesy of Bombardier
  • 21. The Net Result
  • 22. Autodesk Digital Prototyping provides the fastest path to ROI through affordable innovation and collaboration
  • 23. “Autodesk’s bigger contribution to the U.S. economy…is in helping manufacturers scattered across the Rust Belt compete against
    foreign rivals.” Dean Foust
    “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
    “Digital Prototyping and a
    focus on sustainability define Autodesk’s 2010 line.” Jill Jusko
  • 24. How is Autodesk Different?
    • Attainable
    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
  • 25. How is Autodesk Different?
    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
  • 27. How is Autodesk Different?
    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.
    HemantMistry,
    President,
    Jayco Panel

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