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Design with Autodesk Solutions

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