Autodesk Heralds New Visions in 3D Modeling

29 Aug, 2006 By: Kenneth Wong

At its recent media summit, the company plays up 'functional design' as well as data-management improvements in Inventor


Last week, a motley crew of trade journalists filed into a conference room in San Francisco's Hyatt Regency Hotel for the Autodesk Manufacturing Solutions Media Summit. Having gone to a late-night baseball game the previous day, some struggled to keep their sleep-deprived heads up. Buzz Kross, vice-president of Autodesk's Manufacturing Solutions, raised their attention a notch or two with his opening remarks. But it was Andrew Anagnost, senior director of CAD/CAE solutions for Autodesk, who succeeded in providing the jolt that was stronger than coffee: "I don't think CAD is living up to its promise," he observed. "And you can blame the Russian mathematicians for that."  Read more >>p>


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