Autodesk announces two additions to its AEC/ENI product portfolio

Autodesk announced two additions to its AEC/ENI product portfolio. Further details as well as links to the official press releases are included below.  
New Autodesk FormIt App Accelerates Conceptual Design and Form Creation for Building Design Professionals

Autodesk is continuing to demonstrate its commitment to mobile solutions for the AEC industry with the launch of its newest app Autodesk FormIT. Today, design professionals are no longer tied to their desktops during the workday.

They are working from many locations and at all hours. In synch with this industry progression, FormIt allows users to design, share and collaborate more effectively—anytime, anywhere. Designed for the iPad, FormIT is a free mobile app that can be synced with Autodesk 360 for further collaboration and refinement via Autodesk’s desktop and cloud Building Information Modeling (BIM) tools.

Autodesk Previews Next Generation of Infrastructure Design & Construction at Autodesk University

Given the current state of our infrastructure, Autodesk remains dedicated to providing infrastructure design professionals with the critical tools and processes that they need to get the job done well. Today, Autodesk announced a new cloud-based service, Autodesk Project Mercury, which will provide Autodesk Infrastructure Modeler customers with the added functionality of road optimization service. Project Mercury is expected to be available in the first quarter of next year.
In addition, if you’re interested in tuning into any of the live action at Autodesk University, we will be streaming the innovation forums—TED-style talks on topics and trends affecting the technology and design industries—at Autodesk University Virtual. We hope you’ll be able to join us and listen to some of the great content that will be shared by some of the industry’s leading thinkers.

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