Autodesk leverages advanced technologies as part of its long-term vision


Autodesk  leverages advanced technologies as part of its  long-term vision

Alok Sharma
Country Manager Channels India & SAARC - Autodesk


Accelerating Digital Transformation

Autodesk has kept a close eye on how the world has evolved in the last year, and the impact that the pandemic has had on industries. It has been working with its clients to enable them to work remotely with minimum business disruption. For instance, during the height of the pandemic in 2020, Autodesk launched a temporary Extended Access Program, which allowed for free commercial use of several Autodesk cloud collaboration products to better support customers facing the new reality. These products included AutoCAD web and AutoCAD mobile apps.


Autodesk is far ahead of competition to invest in cloud, which sets the brand apart. Autodesk has also been executing a longer-term vision to support advanced technologies like digital twin, which enables building owners to harness data throughout the design process and improve operations. Digital twin technology has a wide range of applications. It can be used by a hospital facility manager to manage critical systems, and in a water processing facility to monitor water scarcity and weather. The global digital twin market size in 2020 was valued at $3.1 billion and is projected to reach $48.2 billion by 2026.


Staying connected through AutoCAD solution  

AutoCAD 2022 can be a very powerful tool given the current circumstances as it helps users stay connected to their CAD drawings at job sites, at home, and in clients’ offices with the web and mobile apps. It has easy-to-use tools and can be accessed through smartphone and tablets—even offline in areas that may not have great internet connectivity.
It also makes collaboration easy because it allows users to communicate faster and make changes in real time without compromising on quality. For instance, in AutoCAD, a user can share a controlled copy of the drawing with teammates and safely review and markup colleagues’ drawings.


AutoCAD 2022 – Ensuring Productivity & Project ROI  

There are seven industry-specific toolsets that AutoCAD 2022 offers for architecture, mechanical design, mapping, and more. These toolsets are designed to boost productivity and save valuable time. Among other things, these toolsets offer access to libraries of over 750,000 symbols, parts, and detail components that automate tasks.


Recent studies have shown an average productivity gain of up to 63% for AutoCAD tasks completed with the help of a specialized toolset.


Each toolset brings its own unique benefits. For instance, Mechanical Toolset available in AutoCAD—which can be used by mechanical engineers while designing machines, planning factory layouts, or reworking legacy data—has shown an approximately 55% reduction in total time taken to complete a task. It also reduces the risk of error due to more standardized functions and the availability of standardized parts.


Transitioning towards a cloud-based Software

Autodesk understands the importance of cloud in today’s world and AutoCAD 2022 is a best example of that.


A user can view, edit, and save DWG files stored in the cloud directly with AutoCAD 2022 on virtually any device. In fact, the platform goes beyond just the Autodesk ecosystem to make things much easier for users. For instance, besides Autodesk’s cloud, a user can access files stored in several other leading cloud storage providers, including Microsoft OneDrive, Google Drive, Dropbox, and Box. This makes AutoCAD 2022 even more intuitive and handy.


In addition, AutoCAD 2022 lets users edit, create and share drawings without even having AutoCAD installed on their computer through a simplified web interface that runs in the web browser.



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