The Autodesk Technology Centers are where the future of making takes shape. With locations around the world, we collaborate with industry, academic, and entrepreneurial communities to reimagine what it means to design and make, and create a shared vision of the future that will enable us to do more and make better things with less negative impact.
Autodesk provides the facilities, technology and equipment, training, and expertise for these communities to explore ideas that will shape the future. Each location explores different aspects of the future of making, from construction to advanced manufacturing to artificial intelligence and generative design, but all the spaces are designed to foster open innovation and advance the industries that help imagine, design, and make the world around us.
- The Autodesk Technology Center at the BUILD Space in Boston is a research and development workspace focused on innovation in architecture, engineering, and construction.
- The Autodesk Technology Center in San Francisco is a hub for research, development, and demonstration of new manufacturing technologies and processes relating to the concept of configurable microfactories.
- The Autodesk Technology Centre in Birmingham, UK, works with customers across industries to help them develop new manufacturing and fabrication techniques to transform how things are made.
- The Autodesk Technology Centre in Toronto supports the research and development of emerging technologies, including machine learning, generative design and artificial intelligence, to reimagine how things are designed and made.
Though we've had the Autodesk Technology Centers for a while now, there's a new website where you can learn more:
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