Autodesk makes software for people who make things. If you've ever driven a high-performance car, admired a towering skyscraper, used a smartphone, or watched a great film, chances are you've experienced what millions of Autodesk customers are doing with our software. Autodesk gives you the power to make anything.
Stephen Hooper (@stevehoops) is a Senior Director for Design and Manufacturing at Autodesk. Anyone who has seen his presentations at Autodesk University is familiar with his passion and thoroughness about design and making.
Lynelle Cameron (@lynellecameron) is Autodesk Vice President for Sustainability and also heads up our Autodesk Foundation. Over the years, Lynelle has been one of Autodesk's strongest advocates for helping people imagine, design, and make a better world.
"Frost & Sullivan’s Manufacturing Leadership Council is a member-driven, global business leadership network dedicated to senior executives in the manufacturing industry. The Manufacturing Leadership Council’s mission is to help senior executives define and shape a better future for themselves, their organizations, and the industry at large by focusing on the intersection of critical business and technology issues that will drive growth today and in the future. The Council offers an extensive portfolio of leadership networking, research, thought leadership content, and professional development products, programs, and services — including the Manufacturing Leadership Community Website, an online global business network with over 7,000 members around the world." [manufacturingleadershipcouncil.com]
It was great to see Steve and Lynelle's post on the council page:
Autodesk has always been an automation company, and today more than ever that means helping people make more things, better things, with less; more and better in terms of increasing efficiency, performance, quality, and innovation; less in terms of time, resources, and negative impacts (e.g., social, environmental). Steve and Lynelle's article underscores these points.
Connectivity is alive in the lab.