As the Architectural, Engineering and Construction Industry evolves so too is Autodesk’s AEC Collection of tools.
New tools are being added to the existing Collection help to extending and expand it’s current capabilities. The enhancements include access to visualisation, analysis and fabrication workflows.
The Autodesk AEC Collection Evolves
Alongside the existing applications, customers will have access to:
Autodesk Advanced Steel – 3D modelling software for steel detailing. Advance Steel detailing software is built on the AutoCAD platform. Structural engineering professionals use the software to help accelerate design, steel detailing, steel fabrication and steel construction.
Autodesk Fabrication CADmep – Autodesk Fabrication software includes Fabrication CADmep, Fabrication ESTmep and Fabrication CAMduct tools to create detailed MEP system models.
Autodesk Robot Structural Analysis professional – Robot Structural Analysis Professional is structural analysis software for structural modelling to simulate wind load in the design and engineering workflow.
Autodesk Dynamo Studio – Dynamo Studio is a stand-alone programming environment that enables designers to create visual logic to explore parametric conceptual designs and automate tasks.
Autodesk Revit Live – Create immersive visualizations of Revit models in one click using the Autodesk Revit Live architectural visualization service.
Autodesk Structural Bridge Design – Perform integrated loading, analysis, and code checking of small to medium-span bridges. With these additions and simplifications to the AEC Collection, you can more easily access and implement the powerful BIM workflows you need for your projects.
The Autodesk AEC Collection
Alongside the changes being made to the AEC Collection, this will mark an end to the standalone sales of the following products:
• Autodesk Robot Structural Analysis Professional
• Autodesk FormIt Pro
• Autodesk Vehicle Tracking
• Autodesk Structural Bridge Design
These products will still be available for purchase, however, they will have to be bought as part of one of Autodesk’s Industry Collections including the AEC Collection, M&E Collection and the Product Design Collection.