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Autodesk Envisions New Automotive Workflow, Refines Alias for Future Generations

Autodesk Envisions New Automotive Workflow, Refines Alias for Future Generations

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This week, Autodesk published a blog post announcing its strategy to cater to the auto industry with a bundle comprising Autodesk Alias, VRED, and Studio Wall.

Simon Alford, senior manager of Automotive products at Autodesk, explained in the post that, “We are witnessing major shifts in the automotive world that have brought us, and the industry as a whole, to an important inflection point. Look at how companies like Uber and Lyft disrupting the taxi business or how technology providers are influencing the next generation of electric vehicles to see what a large impact the demand for — and production of — technology-enabled products will have on future automotive innovation.”

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Apr 21, 2016
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