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					                                               AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                 Track                                               Class Title
English     Architecture and Building Design      "Virtually" There: Using Revit® with Geographically Dispersed Teams




English     Architecture and Building Design      "Virtually" There: Using Revit® with Geographically Dispersed Teams




English     Architecture and Building Design      A Quick Spin on Project Navigator in AutoCAD® Architecture 2011




English     Architecture and Building Design      Advanced Green Your Design with Autodesk® Ecotect®, Autodesk Green
                                                  Building Studio®, and Revit®




English     Architecture and Building Design      Advanced Techniques for Curtain Walls, Curtain Panels, and Adaptive
                                                  Components in Autodesk® Revit®




English     Architecture and Building Design      Au Bon Panel: Baking Your Own Adaptive Components and Panels with
                                                  Autodesk® Revit® Architecture
                                               AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                 Track                                                Class Title
English     Architecture and Building Design      Autodesk Revit® Architecture: Attention to Detail




English     Architecture and Building Design      Autodesk® Revit® Architecture: Attention to Detail




English     Architecture and Building Design      Autodesk® Revit® Architecture: Attention to Detail




English     Architecture and Building Design      Autodesk® Revit® Architecture: Building Performance "Stump the Chump"




English     Architecture and Building Design      Autodesk® Revit® for Conceptual Floor Plans




English     Architecture and Building Design      Become BIM-Sure: A Safer Way to Develop Construction Documents
                                                  Through Automation




English     Architecture and Building Design      Beyond Massing: Conceptual Design Tools in Autodesk® Revit®
                                                  Architecture 2011
                                               AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                 Track                                                 Class Title
English     Architecture and Building Design      Beyond Project Templates: Managing Company Standards and Best
                                                  Practices in Autodesk® Revit®




English     Architecture and Building Design      BIM and IPD for Project Leaders




English     Architecture and Building Design      BIM Case Study: 1.2 Million Sq. Ft. Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Multi-
                                                  Building, Multi-Package




English     Architecture and Building Design      BIM Collaboration: Working with Autodesk® Revit® Architecture Remotely




English     Architecture and Building Design      BIM Requirements of the AIA Document E202™




English     Architecture and Building Design      BIM-Based Energy Insight in the First Two Weeks of a Project
                                               AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                 Track                                               Class Title
English     Architecture and Building Design      BIM-Based Energy Insight in the First Two Weeks of a Project




English     Architecture and Building Design      BIM-inizing Your Deliverables: The New Construction Documents




English     Architecture and Building Design      BIMteriors: Autodesk® Revit® Architecture for Commercial Interior Design




English     Architecture and Building Design      Breaking Free of the Plan: AutoCAD® Architecture Sections and
                                                  Elevations




English     Architecture and Building Design      Building Better in AutoCAD® Architecture 2011




English     Architecture and Building Design      Building Better in AutoCAD® Architecture 2011
                                               AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                 Track                                                Class Title
English     Architecture and Building Design      Building Better in AutoCAD® Architecture 2011




English     Architecture and Building Design      CFD for the Built Environment: Improving Sustainability




English     Architecture and Building Design      Concept to Real: Using AutoCAD® 2011 and AutoCAD Revit®
                                                  Architecture 2011 to Create Building Forms




English     Architecture and Building Design      Connect the Dots: From Vision to Model




English     Architecture and Building Design      Coordinating Hot Autodesk® Revit® Models: How to Become a "Ten"




English     Architecture and Building Design      Creating Stairs in AutoCAD® Architecture




English     Architecture and Building Design      Custom Stairs and Railings in Revit® Architecture 2011




English     Architecture and Building Design      Deploying BIM Workflows
                                               AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                 Track                                               Class Title
English     Architecture and Building Design      Display This: Implementing Display Systems in AutoCAD® Architecture




English     Architecture and Building Design      Doug's Quik Tips for AutoCAD® Architecture




English     Architecture and Building Design      Early Design Stages Using Revit® Architecture




English     Architecture and Building Design      Existing Buildings to BIM Buildings with Autodesk® ImageModeler™




English     Architecture and Building Design      Existing Buildings to BIM Buildings with Autodesk® ImageModeler™




English     Architecture and Building Design      Fixing Bad BIM: Attacking Energy Modeling with AutoCAD® Revit®
                                                  Architecture




English     Architecture and Building Design      From CAD to BIM: the Paradigm Shift
                                               AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                 Track                                               Class Title
English     Architecture and Building Design      From CAD to BIM: The Paradigm Shift




English     Architecture and Building Design      Future Technology Trends and Direction




English     Architecture and Building Design      Future Technology Trends and Direction




English     Architecture and Building Design      Fuzzy Math Essentials for Revit® Family Builders




English     Architecture and Building Design      Integrated Design Lab: Using BIM for Sustainable Design




English     Architecture and Building Design      Integrated Interior Design and Architectural Modeling and Documentation
                                                  in Autodesk® Revit®




English     Architecture and Building Design      Into the Void: The Zen of Creating Complex Sculptural Form with
                                                  Autodesk® Revit®
                                               AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                 Track                                                 Class Title
English     Architecture and Building Design      Into the Void: The Zen of Creating Complex Sculptural Form with
                                                  Autodesk® Revit®




English     Architecture and Building Design      Into the Void: The Zen of Creating Complex Sculptural Form with
                                                  Autodesk® Revit®




English     Architecture and Building Design      Lessons Learned Using BIM for a Facility Retrofit at Intel: A Case Study




English     Architecture and Building Design      Let's Stick Together: IPD Collaboration Between Architectural, Structural,
                                                  MEP, and Civil




English     Architecture and Building Design      Let's Stick Together: IPD Collaboration Between Architectural, Structural,
                                                  MEP, and Civil




English     Architecture and Building Design      Level 1: Green Your Design with Autodesk® Ecotect®, Autodesk Green
                                                  Building Studio®, and Revit®
                                               AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                 Track                                               Class Title
English     Architecture and Building Design      Level 1: Green Your Design with Autodesk® Ecotect®, Autodesk Green
                                                  Building Studio®, and Revit®




English     Architecture and Building Design      Make a Strong Finish! Revit® Interiors and Finishes




English     Architecture and Building Design      Managing Large Fabrication Models in Autodesk® Navisworks®




English     Architecture and Building Design      May the Force Be with You: Autodesk® Revit® Tips and Tricks




English     Architecture and Building Design      May the Force Be with You: Autodesk® Revit® Tips and Tricks




English     Architecture and Building Design      Not Your Everyday Curtain Wall System in Autodesk® Revit® Architecture
                                               AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                 Track                                               Class Title
English     Architecture and Building Design      Parametrics Laid Bare: Panels and Adaptive Components in Autodesk®
                                                  Revit®




English     Architecture and Building Design      Personalize Your Palettes in AutoCAD® Architecture




English     Architecture and Building Design      Personalize Your Palettes in AutoCAD® Architecture




English     Architecture and Building Design      Personalize Your Palettes in AutoCAD® Architecture
                                               AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                 Track                                                Class Title
English     Architecture and Building Design      Project Managing BIM




English     Architecture and Building Design      Real Life Stories from the BIM Patrol




English     Architecture and Building Design      Real Life Stories from the BIM Patrol




English     Architecture and Building Design      Real-World AutoCAD® Architecture Schedule Use: Tips and Tricks to
                                                  Make Schedules Work for You!




English     Architecture and Building Design      Revit® Conceptual Massing Lab: Merging Old-School Techniques with
                                                  Technology Strategies
                                               AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                 Track                                                 Class Title
English     Architecture and Building Design      Revit® Interiors: Thinking Outside the Box, Inside the Building




English     Architecture and Building Design      Revit® Project Templates: Finding the Right Balance for What's in Them




English     Architecture and Building Design      Rooms and Spaces: Unbuilt Elements in Autodesk® Revit®




English     Architecture and Building Design      Schedule Anything in AutoCAD® Architecture or AutoCAD MEP




English     Architecture and Building Design      Site Modeling in Autodesk® Revit® Architecture Is Possible!




English     Architecture and Building Design      Social BIM for Distributed Project Teams




English     Architecture and Building Design      Start Early, Finish Early: Using Autodesk® Revit® Architecture During
                                                  Early Design Stages
                                               AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                 Track                                                Class Title
English     Architecture and Building Design      Switching from AutoCAD® Architecture to Revit® Architecture: The Right
                                                  Attitude is Everything




English     Architecture and Building Design      Teaching the Reviteers




English     Architecture and Building Design      The Best Revit® Template Is Not a Template




English     Architecture and Building Design      The Complete Guide to Configuring AutoCAD® Architecture 2011 for Your
                                                  Office




English     Architecture and Building Design      The Emergence of 3D Printing in AEC




English     Architecture and Building Design      The Future of Revit® Categories




English     Architecture and Building Design      The Revit® Crystal Ball: Using Energy Analysis Tools in Revit
                                               AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                 Track                                                 Class Title
English     Architecture and Building Design      The Role of Programming and Schematic Design in the BIM Process




English     Architecture and Building Design      The Secrets of Using AutoCAD® Architecture as Profitable BIM Software
                                                  Revealed!




English     Architecture and Building Design      The Structural Workflow, Part 1: Modeling for Integration




English     Architecture and Building Design      The Ultimate Door Schedule in AutoCAD® Architecture




English     Architecture and Building Design      There Is No "I" in Team
                                               AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                 Track                                               Class Title
English     Architecture and Building Design      Transitioning to BIM with AutoCAD® Architecture




English     Architecture and Building Design      Understanding and Mastering Metric and Imperial in AutoCAD® and
                                                  Revit®




English     Architecture and Building Design      Welcome to Family Counseling




English     AutoCAD                               3D Design from Concept to Completion in AutoCAD®




English     AutoCAD                               3D Design from Concept to Completion in AutoCAD®




English     AutoCAD                               3D Rendering: Survival Course for Rendering in the Third Dimension




English     AutoCAD                               60 AutoCAD® Tips in 60 Minutes
                              AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language             Track                                  Class Title
English     AutoCAD              60 AutoCAD® Tips in 60 Minutes




English     AutoCAD              60 AutoCAD® Tips in 60 Minutes




English     AutoCAD              At Last! FM Is Back in the Autodesk Playground




English     AutoCAD              AutoCAD® Does Not Manage Layers...People Do




English     AutoCAD              AutoCAD® Renderings: Simplified Workflow for Architects




English     AutoCAD              AutoCAD® Secrets Exposed!
                              AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language             Track                                  Class Title
English     AutoCAD              AutoCAD® Secrets Exposed!




English     AutoCAD              AutoCAD® Secrets Exposed!




English     AutoCAD              AutoCAD® Visualization Suite: (Not) Lost in Space




English     AutoCAD              AutoCAD®: (Not) Gone with the Wind




English     AutoCAD              Automated Detailing of Production Output Drawings in AutoCAD®




English     AutoCAD              Becoming an AutoCAD® Power User
                              AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language             Track                                   Class Title
English     AutoCAD              Best Practices in Creating Relational Models in AutoCAD®




English     AutoCAD              Building Parametric Surfaces and Blocks in AutoCAD® 2011


English     AutoCAD              Cameras, Walkthroughs, and Flybys in 3D Using AutoCAD®




English     AutoCAD              Connect Your AutoCAD® Drawings to Databases




English     AutoCAD              Data Extraction: Your Table Is Waiting




English     AutoCAD              Dimensioning and Multi-Leaders: The Cure for "Dementia-ning"




English     AutoCAD              Excel®-ing with AutoCAD®: No Programming Required
                              AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language             Track                                   Class Title
English     AutoCAD              Finally! Easy printing and PDF generation with Autocad




English     AutoCAD              Finally! Let's Put That AutoCAD® Sheet Set Manager to Good Use




English     AutoCAD              Finding Your Content Is a Snap!




English     AutoCAD              From the Real World to Intelligent 3D Models




English     AutoCAD              Get the Reality into AutoCAD®




English     AutoCAD              Get Your Presentations and Design to the Next Level with Autodesk®
                                 Alias® Sketch for AutoCAD®




English     AutoCAD              Getting up to Speed on AutoCAD® 2011




English     AutoCAD              Help! My Plan Was Rejected: Planning for Planning Approval




English     AutoCAD              Hey, I Never Knew That! The Best of LT Unlimited
                              AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language             Track                                   Class Title
English     AutoCAD              Hey, I Never Knew That! The Best of LT Unlimited




English     AutoCAD              Hey, I Never Knew That! The Best of LT Unlimited




English     AutoCAD              How the #!@%& Do I Migrate My AutoCAD® Customization?




English     AutoCAD              How to Customize AutoCAD® Without Being a CUI Expert




English     AutoCAD              Intelligent Documentation: Creating Smarter Drawings with Annotation
                                 Objects




English     AutoCAD              Introducing Manufacturing Constraints in Design




English     AutoCAD              Introduction to 3D Modeling in AutoCAD®
                              AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language             Track                                  Class Title
English     AutoCAD              Introduction to Photo-Based Reality Capture: Turn Photographs into a 3D
                                 Model in AutoCAD®




English     AutoCAD              Introduction to Photo-Based Reality Capture: Turn Photographs into a 3D
                                 Model in AutoCAD® (Lab)




English     AutoCAD              Moving Forward: AutoCAD® for Bentley® MicroStation Users




English     AutoCAD              No Mesh About It: Create Ship Hulls and Other Complex Surface Models
                                 in AutoCAD®




English     AutoCAD              Now Flatten That: Producing 2D Output from 3D Models
                              AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language             Track                                    Class Title
English     AutoCAD              Painless Productivity Programming with the AutoCAD® Action
                                 Recorder—Revealed!




English     AutoCAD              Painless Productivity Programming with the AutoCAD® Action
                                 Recorder—Revealed!




English     AutoCAD              Parametric Drawing: It's All about Relationships




English     AutoCAD              Parametrics Master Class




English     AutoCAD              Photorealistic Rendering Techniques in AutoCAD® 3D




English     AutoCAD              Piping the Point Cloud




English     AutoCAD              Plotting Survival Guide: Tips for Headache-Free AutoCAD® Plotting
                              AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language             Track                                     Class Title
English     AutoCAD              Point Clouds on a Shoestring




English     AutoCAD              Printing Using AutoCAD®: CTB vs. STB vs. Everything Else




English     AutoCAD              Productivity Gains: Results of a Study of New Features in AutoCAD® 2011




English     AutoCAD              Radically Superior 3D Mechanical Design with AutoCAD® Inventor LT™
                                 Suite




English     AutoCAD              Roundabout: Crosses to Circles




English     AutoCAD              Secrets to Passing the AutoCAD® Certification Exams—Revealed!
                              AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language             Track                                     Class Title
English     AutoCAD              Stop Ignoring Tool Palettes!




English     AutoCAD              Surface Modeling in AutoCAD® 2011




English     AutoCAD              Symbol and Database




English     AutoCAD              Table It in AutoCAD®




English     AutoCAD              Take Control with AutoCAD LT®




English     AutoCAD              The Absolute Best of AutoCAD® Raster Design




English     AutoCAD              The AutoCAD® Toolbelt II: Customizing and Power Tools for Productivity




English     AutoCAD              The Dos and Don'ts of the 2D AutoCAD® User—Revealed!
                              AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language             Track                                  Class Title
English     AutoCAD              The Dos and Don'ts of the 2D AutoCAD® User—Revealed!




English     AutoCAD              The Dos and Don'ts of the 2D AutoCAD® User—Revealed!




English     AutoCAD              Unlimited AutoCAD® Scripting for Everyone




English     AutoCAD              Using Bentley® MicroStation Data Effectively in AutoCAD®




English     AutoCAD              Visualization and Rendering with AutoCAD® 2011 New Materials




English     AutoCAD              What Can Crash Error Reporting Do for You?




English     AutoCAD              What the #!@% Should I Do Now? Keeping AutoCAD® Working the Way
                                 You Expect
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                Track                                      Class Title
English     AutoCAD                    Working with Point Clouds in AutoCAD®




English     Autodesk Subscription      Autodesk Subscription Cocktail




English     Autodesk Subscription      Autodesk Subscription Customers Help Shape Autodesk University 2010
                                       with Lynn Allen




English     Autodesk Subscription      Subscription Class for Architecture, Engineering, and Construction
                                       Software Users




English     Autodesk Subscription      Subscription Class for AutoCAD® Users




English     Autodesk Subscription      Subscription Class for Autodesk® Manufacturing Software Users




English     Autodesk Subscription      Subscription Class for Media and Entertainment Software Users




English     Autodesk Subscription      Using Autodesk® Subscription Benefits to Your Advantage
                                AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language               Track                                  Class Title
English     Business Owner         All Autodesk, All Cloud




English     Business Owner         BIM for Government and Owners




English     Business Owner         BIM in Your Organization




English     Business Owner         BIM in Your Organization




English     Business Owner         Community: Leading and Nurturing User Groups and Online Communities




English     Business Owner         Community: Starting and Planning User Groups and Online Communities




English     Business Owner         Finding and Hiring Great People
                                AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language               Track                                   Class Title
English     Business Owner         Firm Culture and Multi-Firm, Multidiscipline Revit® Implementation:
                                   Bringing about a BIM Revolution




English     Business Owner         Firm Culture and Multi-Firm, Multidiscipline Revit® Implementation:
                                   Bringing about a BIM Revolution




English     Business Owner         Integrating Project Management and Financial Data into Corporate
                                   SharePoint Dashboards




English     Business Owner         Methods and Tools for Meeting Federal Government Energy Efficiency
                                   Initiatives




English     Business Owner         Responding to the BIM RFP
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language               Track                                          Class Title
English     Business Owner             Strategic Planning 101: The Basic Tools for Success




English     Business Owner             Strategic Planning 101: The Basic Tools for Success




English     Business Owner             The Social Web Is Part of All of Us


English     Business Owner             There Is an "I" in Every Team




English     CAD Management and IT      A Complete Breakdown of Inventor® Styles and Standards: Understanding
                                       the Design Data Folder




English     CAD Management and IT      A Hardware Wonk's Guide to the Autodesk® Revit® Platform




English     CAD Management and IT      Adaptive Software: Tools to Help Us Thrive, Not Just Survive
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language               Track                                      Class Title
English     CAD Management and IT      Adopting BIM: Rolling Your Sleeves Up and Getting It Done




English     CAD Management and IT      Affordable Training Alternatives: Virtual CADLearning™ Centers




English     CAD Management and IT      AUGI® Unplugged


English     CAD Management and IT      AutoCAD® Civil 3D® Templates and Implementation


English     CAD Management and IT      AutoCAD® CUI: Tricks and Traps




English     CAD Management and IT      AutoLISP® Cheat Sheet for CAD Managers




English     CAD Management and IT      AutoLISP® Cheat Sheet for CAD Managers
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language               Track                                      Class Title
English     CAD Management and IT      AutoLISP® Cheat Sheet for CAD Managers




English     CAD Management and IT      AutoLISP® Cheat Sheet for CAD Managers




English     CAD Management and IT      Best Doggone Xref Program Ever




English     CAD Management and IT      BIM Deployment Strategies




English     CAD Management and IT      Bootstrap Your AutoCAD® Deployments
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language               Track                                      Class Title
English     CAD Management and IT      Building a Business Case for 3D




English     CAD Management and IT      CAD Geeks Inside: Starting, Maintaining, and Enabling a Company User
                                       Group




English     CAD Management and IT      CAD Leadership 2010: Beyond CAD Management




English     CAD Management and IT      CAD Leadership 2010: Beyond CAD Management




English     CAD Management and IT      Can't We All Get Along (Multi-Department Standards)


English     CAD Management and IT      Competitive Advantage: Industry Training Trends and Directions




English     CAD Management and IT      Consulting Concepts Unplugged




English     CAD Management and IT      Cutting-Edge CAD Management




English     CAD Management and IT      Enterprise Data Center Management
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language               Track                                        Class Title
English     CAD Management and IT      From CAD Managers to Leaders




English     CAD Management and IT      From CAD Managers to Leaders




English     CAD Management and IT      Get Users to Use Standards!




English     CAD Management and IT      Installing Autodesk® Applications with Microsoft® System Center
                                       Configuration Manager




English     CAD Management and IT      Installing Autodesk® Applications with Microsoft® System Center
                                       Configuration Manager
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language               Track                                      Class Title
English     CAD Management and IT      Maximum Training: Minimum Effort




English     CAD Management and IT      Networking Autodesk® Products A2Z




English     CAD Management and IT      Networking Autodesk® Products A2Z: The Lab




English     CAD Management and IT      No Cost Project Migration




English     CAD Management and IT      Paving the Information Highway for BIM




English     CAD Management and IT      Rethinking Your Firm into Revit®: The Transition to BIM Takes More than
                                       Software
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language               Track                                      Class Title
English     CAD Management and IT      Software Asset Management, Licensing, and Tools of the Trade




English     CAD Management and IT      Standardize AutoCAD®: (C)onsolidate, (A)dapt, and (D)eploy




English     CAD Management and IT      Tech Transitions: Will the Move to 3D Make You Obsolete?




English     CAD Management and IT      The BIM Manager Career Path




English     CAD Management and IT      The Thankless Job of a BIM/CAD Manager




English     CAD Management and IT      The Thankless Job of a BIM/CAD Manager




English     CAD Management and IT      The Thankless Job of a BIM/CAD Manager
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                   Track                                     Class Title
English     CAD Management and IT      Tips and Tricks 2010: Getting the Most from New Desktop and Laptop
                                       Technologies




English     CAD Management and IT      Tips and Tricks for CAD/BIM Managers




English     CAD Management and IT      Tips and Tricks for CAD/BIM Managers




English     CAD Management and IT      Towards BIM: AutoCAD® MEP to Autodesk® Revit® MEP for Electrical
                                       Design from a Company Point of View




English     CAD Management and IT      Un-CAD II, the IT Stuff Behind the CAD Stuff




English     CAD Management and IT      Wham Bam: Moving from AutoCAD® to AutoCAD Mechanical Painlessly!




English     Civil Infrastructure       "Field to Finish": Sculpting a Better Figure
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                   Track                                   Class Title
English     Civil Infrastructure       3D Airspace Design in AutoCAD® Civil 3D® 2011




English     Civil Infrastructure       A BIM Success Story: Integrating AutoCAD® Civil 3D® and MEP,
                                       Autodesk® Navisworks® and 3ds Max®




English     Civil Infrastructure       A Smooth Approach to Roadway Rehab and Widening




English     Civil Infrastructure       Air Force Civil Engineering's Decision to Use AutoCAD® Map for Its GIS
                                       Solution




English     Civil Infrastructure       Alignments, Profiles, and Superelevation in AutoCAD® Civil 3D®

English     Civil Infrastructure       An Introduction to Autodesk® Quantity Takeoff with AutoCAD® Civil 3D®


English     Civil Infrastructure       AutoCAD® Civil 3D® and Infrastructure Modeling Solutions: Practically




English     Civil Infrastructure       AutoCAD® Civil 3D® and Infrastructure Modeling Solutions: Practically
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                   Track                                   Class Title
English     Civil Infrastructure       AutoCAD® Civil 3D® and Infrastructure Modeling Solutions: Practically




English     Civil Infrastructure       AutoCAD® Civil 3D® Caffeinated Tips and Tricks: A Yard Sale




English     Civil Infrastructure       AutoCAD® Civil 3D® for Beginners


English     Civil Infrastructure       AutoCAD® Civil 3D® Performance Optimization
English     Civil Infrastructure       AutoCAD® Civil 3D® Performance Optimization

English     Civil Infrastructure       AutoCAD® Civil 3D® Performance Optimization
English     Civil Infrastructure       AutoCAD® Civil 3D® Point Clouds
English     Civil Infrastructure       AutoCAD® Civil 3D® Subscription Advantage Pack




English     Civil Infrastructure       AutoCAD® Civil 3D® Subscription Advantage Pack




English     Civil Infrastructure       AutoCAD® Civil 3D® Survey: From the Ground to the (Point) Clouds




English     Civil Infrastructure       AutoCAD® Civil 3D® to the Limits and Beyond
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                   Track                                  Class Title
English     Civil Infrastructure       AutoCAD® Civil 3D®: Beyond the Back of Curb




English     Civil Infrastructure       AutoCAD® Civil 3D®: The Ten Commandments of Survey Data




English     Civil Infrastructure       Autodesk® Topobase™ at the London 2012 Olympics: Managing the
                                       Transport Infrastructure




English     Civil Infrastructure       Benchmark Yourself with AutoCAD® Civil 3D® Certification




English     Civil Infrastructure       Between the Sheets: Using Sheet Set Manager with AutoCAD® Civil 3D®




English     Civil Infrastructure       BIM for Civil Engineering
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                   Track                                  Class Title
English     Civil Infrastructure       B-M-P, Easy as 1-2-3: Model Stormwater BMPs with AutoCAD® Civil 3D®
                                       and Autodesk® SSA




English     Civil Infrastructure       Case Studies in Civil Works Takeoff Using AutoCAD Civil 3D® and
                                       Autodesk® Quantity Takeoff




English     Civil Infrastructure       Civil 3D® Cross-Section Production Using Object Projection, Dynamic
                                       Labeling, and the Sheet Wizard




English     Civil Infrastructure       Claiming New Territory with Autodesk® LandXplorer®




English     Civil Infrastructure       Collaborating Civilly




English     Civil Infrastructure       Deep Dive into Corridor Modeling




English     Civil Infrastructure       Design Leadership: Customer Case Study
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                   Track                                  Class Title
English     Civil Infrastructure       Designer Extraordinaire: Designing 3D Intersections in AutoCAD® and
                                       Autodesk® Civil 3D®




English     Civil Infrastructure       Designing for Vehicle Movements with Confidence




English     Civil Infrastructure       Dig Yourself Out of a Hole! Earthwork in AutoCAD® Civil 3D®




English     Civil Infrastructure       Down the Drain with AutoCAD® Civil 3D® Pipes: Getting Started with
                                       Company Standards and Smart Ideas




English     Civil Infrastructure       Drawing Cleanup in AutoCAD® Map 3D: Take the Garbage Out
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                   Track                                   Class Title
English     Civil Infrastructure       Effective Freeway Overpass Design Using AutoCAD® Civil 3D® and
                                       Bridge Modeler




English     Civil Infrastructure       Endless Corridors with AutoCAD® Civil 3D®




English     Civil Infrastructure       Essentials of Designing for Aircraft Maneuvers and Parking




English     Civil Infrastructure       FDO: CAD's Best Friend




English     Civil Infrastructure       Feature Line Grading for Small Projects




English     Civil Infrastructure       Help! How Can Surveyors Take Advantage of AutoCAD® Civil 3D®?




English     Civil Infrastructure       How to Get the Most Out of GIS in AutoCAD® Map 3D
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                   Track                                   Class Title
English     Civil Infrastructure       I'm a Civil Engineer: So Why Should I Care about AutoCAD® Map 3D?




English     Civil Infrastructure       Introduction to Autodesk® LandXplorer®
English     Civil Infrastructure       Introduction to Autodesk® Storm and Sanitary Analysis




English     Civil Infrastructure       Join the Part Builder Skull and Bones Society




English     Civil Infrastructure       Leveraging Levee Design Using Corridors in AutoCAD® Civil 3D® 2011




English     Civil Infrastructure       Life Is a Beach: Using AutoCAD® Civil 3D® to Analyze Coastline Changes




English     Civil Infrastructure       Maximizing Parking Capacity Lessons from the Germans and Others!
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                   Track                                  Class Title
English     Civil Infrastructure       My Model Management Methods W/O Madness: AutoCAD® Civil 3D® and
                                       Autodesk® Navisworks®

English     Civil Infrastructure       Parcels: Not Just for Subdivisions Anymore


English     Civil Infrastructure       Pipes in AutoCAD® Civil 3D®




English     Civil Infrastructure       Pipes in AutoCAD® Civil 3D®




English     Civil Infrastructure       Power Track: Subassemblies and Assemblies

English     Civil Infrastructure       Raster Images, Elevation Models, and Point Clouds in AutoCAD® Map 3D
                                       and AutoCAD Civil 3D®




English     Civil Infrastructure       Reach the Pinnacle of Your Technology Usage




English     Civil Infrastructure       Real-World Intersections Using AutoCAD® Civil 3D®




English     Civil Infrastructure       Revealing AutoCAD® Civil 3D® Data with Descriptive Labels
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                   Track                                   Class Title
English     Civil Infrastructure       See How It's Done: Visual Road Design




English     Civil Infrastructure       Shave Weeks Off Redrawing and Boost Productivity with AutoCAD® Civil
                                       3D®: Environmental Case Study




English     Civil Infrastructure       Slope Stability Analysis with AutoCAD® Civil 3D®




English     Civil Infrastructure       Solving the Grid-to-Ground Problem with Custom Coordinate Systems




English     Civil Infrastructure       Surface Modeling and Analysis Using Real-World Data in AutoCAD® Civil
                                       3D®




English     Civil Infrastructure       Targets, Targets, Targets: Corridors, Targets, and You




English     Civil Infrastructure       The Billion Dollar Opportunity: A Workshop on CAD/GIS Integration
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                   Track                                   Class Title
English     Civil Infrastructure       The Roundabout Revolution




English     Civil Infrastructure       They Are Getting on My Case: A Case Study for Erosion and
                                       Sedimentation Plans




English     Civil Infrastructure       Tips and Tricks for AutoCAD® Civil 3D® 2011

English     Civil Infrastructure       Understanding the Spatial Analysis Tools: Buffers, Overlays, and
                                       Topologies in AutoCAD® Map 3D


English     Civil Infrastructure       Using Autodesk® Storm and Sanitary Analysis on Large Stormwater
                                       Projects




English     Civil Infrastructure       Validating Heavy Construction Projects Prior to Build




English     Civil Infrastructure       Weather the Storm: AutoCAD® Civil 3D® and Autodesk® Storm and
                                       Sanitary Analysis




English     Civil Infrastructure       Weather the Storm: AutoCAD® Civil 3D® and Autodesk® Storm and
                                       Sanitary Analysis
                                            AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                Track                                              Class Title
English     Collaboration and Data Management Autodesk® Vault Professional to SAP® Made Easy




English     Collaboration and Data Management CAD Data Controls the World: Key It in Once with Autodesk® Vault
                                              Professional




English     Collaboration and Data Management Change Management for Engineers




English     Collaboration and Data Management Collaborating Civilly: The Discussion




English     Collaboration and Data Management Combination to the Vault, Part 1: Proper Care and Feeding of Your
                                              Autodesk® Vault


English     Collaboration and Data Management Combination to the Vault, Part 2: Mastering Your Metadata




English     Collaboration and Data Management Combination to the Vault, Part 3: Autodesk® Vault Reporting and Job
                                              Server


English     Collaboration and Data Management Cracking the Vault: Best Practices for Managing Autodesk® Vault
                                            AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                Track                                              Class Title
English     Collaboration and Data Management Implementing Autodesk® Vault Workgroup to Manage Municipal DOT
                                              Signal and Striping Design Projects




English     Collaboration and Data Management Integrating AutoCAD® Electrical with Autodesk® Vault Manufacturing




English     Collaboration and Data Management Integrating AutoCAD® Electrical with Autodesk® Vault Manufacturing




English     Collaboration and Data Management Looking into the Crystal Ball: A Sneak Peek at Managing BIM Projects with
                                              Autodesk® Vault
English     Collaboration and Data Management Stepping Up to Autodesk® Vault Workgroup




English     Collaboration and Data Management The Autodesk® Vault Knows All: An Unconference for Autodesk Data
                                              Management

English     Collaboration and Data Management Visual Data Management with Autodesk® Inventor® 2011: It's All in the
                                              Cards




English     Collaboration and Data Management Visual Data Management with Autodesk® Inventor® 2011: It's All in the
                                              Cards




English     Collaboration and Data Management Visual Data Management with Autodesk® Inventor® 2011: It's All in the
                                              Cards
                                           AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                Track                                            Class Title
English     Collaboration and Data Management Working Here, There, and Everywhere: Connecting Global Workgroups
                                              with Autodesk® Vault Collaboration




English     Construction and Real Estate      Advancing Pre-Construction Owner, Designer, and Contractor
                                              Deliberations with Autodesk® Applications




English     Construction and Real Estate      Aspects and Considerations of Using Revit® for 4D/5D BIM Construction




English     Construction and Real Estate      Autodesk® Buzzsaw® Standard for BIM: Keep Your Project Team in Sync




English     Construction and Real Estate      Autodesk® Navisworks® TimeLiner: A Journey through the Moving Parts
                                              Construction in the 21st Century
                                           AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                Track                                            Class Title
English     Construction and Real Estate      Best Practices for Real-Time Cost Management in Autodesk®
                                              Constructware®




English     Construction and Real Estate      BIM and Cost Estimating




English     Construction and Real Estate      BIM Coordination: The Reality of Implementing a Perfect World




English     Construction and Real Estate      BIM for Contractors: Autodesk® Navisworks® from Design to Construction
                                              to Facilities Management




English     Construction and Real Estate      BIM for Contractors: BIM on Large Data Center Projects




English     Construction and Real Estate      BIM to FIM: Beyond Successful Project Delivery
                                           AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                Track                                             Class Title
English     Construction and Real Estate      BIM Utilization in Concrete Construction




English     Construction and Real Estate      Challenges and Best Practices to Effectively Develop and Use BIM
                                              Execution Plans




English     Construction and Real Estate      Creating a Link Between Autodesk® Revit® 2010 and Trimble® Robotic to
                                              Utilize BIM Functionality




English     Construction and Real Estate      Every Building Has Its Price: Finding It with Autodesk® Quantity Takeoff




English     Construction and Real Estate      How Lean Construction Tools Are Used with VDC and BIM




English     Construction and Real Estate      How to Create a BIM Execution Plan: A Hands-On Workshop
                                           AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                Track                                            Class Title
English     Construction and Real Estate      Implementing Lean Project Delivery and Virtual Design and Construction




English     Construction and Real Estate      Integrating Autodesk® Quantity Takeoff and Timberline Estimating




English     Construction and Real Estate      Introducing Autodesk® Navisworks® Manage 2011




English     Construction and Real Estate      Next Generation BIM Collaboration: Project Bluestreak




English     Construction and Real Estate      Plan Smarter and Build Better While Increasing Your Bottom Line Using
                                              AutoCAD® Revit®




English     Construction and Real Estate      Quick Spin: Autodesk® Navisworks® Manage 2011
                                           AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                Track                                              Class Title
English     Construction and Real Estate      Revit® for Builders: Modeling and Content Techniques for Construction




English     Construction and Real Estate      Upstream BIM: Creating Models for Design, Construction, and Beyond




English     Construction and Real Estate      What Do Owners Want? Case Studies of BIM-Enabled Commissioning,
                                              Handover, and Operations




English     Creative Concept Design           3D Creativity for...Well, for Just About Anyone!




English     Creative Concept Design           Autodesk® Alias® Sketch and SketchBook® Pro: Powerful Illustration
                                              Tools for Any Designer




English     Creative Concept Design           Autodesk® Alias® Sketch and SketchBook® Pro: Powerful Illustration
                                              Tools for Any Designer




English     Creative Concept Design           Autodesk® Alias® Sketch: Combining Raster and Vectors for Amazing
                                              Architectural Illustrations


English     Creative Concept Design           Autodesk® Alias® Sketch: Experience This New Vector-Raster Hybrid
                                              Creative Environment




English     Creative Concept Design           Autodesk® Alias® Sketch: Experience This New Vector-Raster Hybrid
                                              Creative Environment
                                      AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                Track                                        Class Title
English     Creative Concept Design      Autodesk® SketchBook® Pro Lets Your Creative Hand Go Digital




English     Creative Concept Design      Cross-Product Workflow for Industrial and Product Design: Autodesk®
                                         Alias®, Inventor®, and Showcase®




English     Creative Concept Design      Insight into a Complete Workflow from Sketch to Final Surfaces Using
                                         Autodesk® Alias® Design




English     Creative Concept Design      Making Amazing Concepts and Illustrations with Autodesk® Alias®
                                         Design, Sketch, and Showcase®




English     Creative Concept Design      Professional NURBS Surfacing in Autodesk® Alias® Surface




English     Creative Concept Design      Put Down Your Paper: Pick Up a Sketchbook!




English     Creative Concept Design      Storytelling with Autodesk® Alias®
                                      AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                Track                                       Class Title
English     Creative Concept Design      The Brave New Mobile World: Creativity and Design on the Go




English     Creative Concept Design      The Industrial Design Revolution: ID Processes and Techniques with
                                         Autodesk® Alias® Design


English     Creative Concept Design      The Industrial Design Revolution: ID Processes and Techniques with
                                         Autodesk® Alias® Design


English     Creative Concept Design      The New Power Play Between Autodesk® Alias® Design and Autodesk
                                         Inventor® Fusion




English     Creative Concept Design      The New Power Play Between Autodesk® Alias® Design and Autodesk
                                         Inventor® Fusion




English     Creative Concept Design      The New Power Play Between Autodesk® Alias® Design and Autodesk
                                         Inventor® Fusion




English     Creative Concept Design      The New Power Play Between Autodesk® Alias® Design and Autodesk
                                         Inventor® Fusion
                                            AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language               Track                                             Class Title
English     Customization and Programming      .NET Development Meets Microsoft® Office Products




English     Customization and Programming      .NET Interoperability for AutoCAD® Programming




English     Customization and Programming      .NET Languages: Which One Do I Choose?




English     Customization and Programming      .NET Languages: Which One Do I Choose?




English     Customization and Programming      Advanced Deepclone API in AutoCAD®




English     Customization and Programming      All Systems Go in Autodesk® Revit® MEP Programming




English     Customization and Programming      Analyze Geometry of Buildings Using the Autodesk® Revit® API




English     Customization and Programming      Application Development from AutoLISP® to VBA/COM to .NET
                                            AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language               Track                                             Class Title
English     Customization and Programming      Applied Dynamics: Using Dynamic Model Update in the Autodesk® Revit®
                                               API




English     Customization and Programming      Ask the AutoCAD® Programming Gurus




English     Customization and Programming      AutoCAD® .NET: Automating Annotation




English     Customization and Programming      AutoCAD® .NET: Exploring the Associative Surfaces API




English     Customization and Programming      AutoCAD® .NET: Practical Examples of Customizing AutoCAD Entity
                                               Behavior




English     Customization and Programming      AutoCAD® .NET: Practical Examples of Customizing AutoCAD Entity
                                               Behavior




English     Customization and Programming      AutoCAD® APIs: Meet the Experts




English     Customization and Programming      AutoCAD® VBA to Microsoft® .NET Migration: The Easy Way Using COM
                                               Interop




English     Customization and Programming      Autodesk® Ecotect® to Microsoft® Excel® to Revit®: A Computational
                                               Approach to Sustainable Design
                                            AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language               Track                                              Class Title
English     Customization and Programming      Autodesk® Inventor® and the API: Applied




English     Customization and Programming      Autodesk® MapGuide® as a Services Platform: Integrating with Other
                                               Applications




English     Customization and Programming      Autodesk® MapGuide® Enterprise as a Geomarketing Tool




English     Customization and Programming      Autodesk® MapGuide® Enterprise: Graduating from 2D GIS to 3D Virtual
                                               Reality




English     Customization and Programming      Autodesk® MapGuide® MapAgent: The Secret Renderer




English     Customization and Programming      AutoLISP®: Kicking It Up a Notch
                                            AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language               Track                                                 Class Title
English     Customization and Programming      Bridging the Gap, Extending AutoLISP® with VB.NET




English     Customization and Programming      Build Powerful Workflows Using the AutoCAD® Map 3D 2011 Workflow
                                               Framework API




English     Customization and Programming      Building Advanced Microsoft® .NET User Interfaces for Use in Autodesk®
                                               Products




English     Customization and Programming      Building BIM Data Structures




English     Customization and Programming      Capture Information Already Embedded in Your DWG




English     Customization and Programming      Creating Parametric and Geometric Constraints Using the AutoCAD®
                                               .NET API




English     Customization and Programming      Diary of a Wimpy BIM Manager: Tales of In-House Revit® API
                                               Development for Architects
                                            AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language               Track                                                 Class Title
English     Customization and Programming      Exactly What You Want and Faster: Autodesk® Revit® 2011 Programming
                                               Optimization




English     Customization and Programming      From Open Paren to Closed Paren: Basics of AutoLISP® in 60 Minutes




English     Customization and Programming      Fundamentals of AutoLISP®




English     Customization and Programming      Get Your Head into the Cloud




English     Customization and Programming      Getting Started with AutoCAD® Civil 3D® .NET Pipe Network API




English     Customization and Programming      Getting to Know the AutoCAD® Plug-ins of the Month




English     Customization and Programming      Getting to Know the AutoCAD® Plug-ins of the Month




English     Customization and Programming      Hands-On: Migrating VBA Projects to VB.NET
                                            AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language               Track                                              Class Title
English     Customization and Programming      I Love to LISP!




English     Customization and Programming      iLogic™: Outside the Box – External Rules Management




English     Customization and Programming      Implementing Custom Microsoft® SharePoint® Integration for AutoCAD®
                                               Products




English     Customization and Programming      Integrate F# into Your C# or VB.NET Application for an 8x Performance
                                               Boost




English     Customization and Programming      INTENTsify Your Designs with Autodesk® Intent™




English     Customization and Programming      Interoperability of an AutoCAD® Civil 3D® .NET Application and
                                               Associative Surfaces COM API
                                            AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language               Track                                               Class Title
English     Customization and Programming      Introduction to AutoCAD® Civil 3D® .NET API




English     Customization and Programming      Introduction to the Autodesk® Inventor® API with a Focus on Drawing
                                               (IDW) Files




English     Customization and Programming      Introduction to the Revit® API




English     Customization and Programming      Keyboard Macros Revealed!




English     Customization and Programming      Leveraging the Tail End of the BIM Life Cycle with APIs




English     Customization and Programming      Look and Feel: Best Practices for Revit® Add-in User Interface Design




English     Customization and Programming      Look and Feel: Best Practices for Revit® Add-in User Interface Design
                                            AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language               Track                                             Class Title
English     Customization and Programming      Making a Mesh in AutoCAD® .NET API




English     Customization and Programming      Making Progress with the .NET API




English     Customization and Programming      Making Progress with the .NET API




English     Customization and Programming      Managing CAD Standards from a Database




English     Customization and Programming      Managing CAD Standards with VB.NET




English     Customization and Programming      Migrating AutoCAD® Apps to the Fiberless Environment




English     Customization and Programming      Nothing But .NET: Taking Advantage of the AutoCAD® Civil 3D® .NET
                                               API
                                            AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language               Track                                               Class Title
English     Customization and Programming      Opening the Lines of Communication Between Revit® and Third-Party
                                               Applications




English     Customization and Programming      Optimal Use of New Autodesk® Revit® 2011 Programming Features




English     Customization and Programming      Presenting Your Analysis Data in Autodesk® Revit® Architecture 2011




English     Customization and Programming      Putting the "I" in BIM: Parameters in the Autodesk® Revit® API




English     Customization and Programming      Service-Oriented AutoCAD® with WCF




English     Customization and Programming      Shortening Development Time, Code Length, and Project Durations




English     Customization and Programming      Storing Complex Custom Per-Document and Per-Instance Data with
                                               Revit® API




English     Customization and Programming      The Revit® API Clinic
                                            AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                Track                                             Class Title
English     Customization and Programming      Transition Your VBA Development to VB.NET




English     Customization and Programming      Trick Up Your Tool Palettes: How to Make Your Tool Palettes Do Even
                                               More!




English     Customization and Programming      Understanding Solid Models and the API in Autodesk® Inventor®




English     Customization and Programming      Using RealDWG™ in the Cloud




English     Customization and Programming      Who Drew That Line? Track Your Objects Using XData (.NET)




English     Customization and Programming      Zero to 3D: A Real World Demo




English     Design Leadership                  Autodesk® Revit® MEP: Connect the Dots, Installing the Heart
                                           AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                Track                                            Class Title
English     Design Leadership                 Connect the Dots: Creating the Skeleton




English     Design Leadership                 Connect the Dots: Designing the Body




English     Design Leadership                 Connect the Dots: Making It Flow




English     Design Leadership                 Connect the Dots: Minding the Whole




English     Design Leadership                 Connect the Dots: Model Aggregation and Collision Detection




English     Design Technology Management      Around the Bend: The Future of Technology in Practice
                                           AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language               Track                                              Class Title
English     Design Technology Management      Beyond the Bend: The Future of Practice in Technology




English     Design Technology Management      BIM 2.0: Transitioning an Office to Mainstream BIM




English     Design Technology Management      BIM and Business Development




English     Design Technology Management      BIM Infrastructure Best Practices




English     Design Technology Management      BIM: One Size Does Not Fit All




English     Design Technology Management      Design Computation Symposium
                                           AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                 Track                                            Class Title
English     Design Technology Management      I Work in the Cloud with My Feet on Solid Ground




English     Design Technology Management      Integrated Project Delivery: Is It Happening? How Is It Happening?


English     Design Technology Management      Saving Money with CAD Management




English     Design Technology Management      The Mechanics of Project Management: Successfully Herding Cats




English     Design Technology Management      The Social Science of Software Implementation




English     Design Technology Management      What Do We Need from Resellers?




English     Design Visualization              AEC Workflow for Autodesk® Design Suite


English     Design Visualization              AEC Workflow for Autodesk® Design Suite


English     Design Visualization              AEC Workflow for Autodesk® Design Suite


English     Design Visualization              Autodesk® 3ds Max® Design for Revit® Users
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                 Track                                    Class Title
English     Design Visualization      Autodesk® Backburner®: Love It or Hate It?




English     Design Visualization      Avoid the Moving Hold: Animation in Visualization




English     Design Visualization      Boom Goes the Dynamite: VSP Extension for AutoCAD® Civil 3D® and
                                      Autodesk® 3ds Max® Design




English     Design Visualization      Color Management and Linear Color Workflow




English     Design Visualization      Combine 3D Models with Live Footage Using 3D Tracking Techniques




English     Design Visualization      Daylighting Analysis with Autodesk® Revit® and Autodesk 3ds Max®
                                      Design
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                 Track                                    Class Title
English     Design Visualization      Delving Deeper: Mastering the Autodesk® Civil Visualization Extension




English     Design Visualization      Design Visualization in Autodesk® Maya®




English     Design Visualization      Dynamite VSP/Autodesk AutoCAD® Civil Visualization Extension




English     Design Visualization      Foundational Workflow for Rendering in Autodesk® 3ds Max® Design




English     Design Visualization      Four Flavors of Visualization with Revit® Architecture, 3ds Max® Design,
                                      Impression, and Navisworks®




English     Design Visualization      Introduction to Autodesk® 3ds Max® Composite
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                 Track                                    Class Title
English     Design Visualization      Introduction to Creating Autodesk® 3ds Max® Plug-Ins with Microsoft®
                                      .NET




English     Design Visualization      Leveraging Your Design Data in Autodesk® 3ds Max® and Autodesk 3ds
                                      Max Design




English     Design Visualization      Nice Body Object!




English     Design Visualization      Optimizing mental ray®: Materials, Lights, and Settings




English     Design Visualization      Parametric Design Modeling with Autodesk® 3ds Max®




English     Design Visualization      Preserving AutoCAD® Revit® BIM Information in Autodesk® 3ds Max®
                                      Design




English     Design Visualization      Preserving AutoCAD® Revit® BIM Information in Autodesk® 3ds Max®
                                      Design




English     Design Visualization      Project Management Basics: How to Manage a Design Visualization
                                      Project
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                 Track                                    Class Title
English     Design Visualization      Proxies, Proxies Everywhere: Rendering the Mythical Billion+ Polygon
                                      Scene




English     Design Visualization      Reconstructing the Real World




English     Design Visualization      Reconstructing the Real World




English     Design Visualization      Revit® to 3ds Max® via Autodesk® FBX®




English     Design Visualization      Showcase Your Architecture: Real-Time Rendering in Revit®




English     Design Visualization      Stereoscopic Visualization with Autodesk® 3ds Max®
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                 Track                                    Class Title
English     Design Visualization      Totally Wired Scenes




English     Design Visualization      Visualize This! The Advantages of Visualization for Design Exploration




English     Design Visualization      What's New in Autodesk® 3ds Max® and Autodesk 3ds Max Design 2011




English     Design Visualization      Who Turned the Lights Out? Lighting Analysis with Autodesk® Revit®
                                      MEP 2011 and 3ds Max® Design 2011




English     Design Visualization      Who Turned the Lights Out? Lighting Analysis with Autodesk® Revit®
                                      MEP 2011 and 3ds Max® Design 2011
                                     AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                Track                                        Class Title
English     Education and Learning      A Creative Teaching Approach to Sustainable Design in Architectural
                                        Curricula




English     Education and Learning      An Insider's Look at AutoCAD® Certification Exams—Revealed!




English     Education and Learning      Autodesk Education Continuum: Interactive Curricula Model for Technical
                                        Excellence and Creativity




English     Education and Learning      Autodesk® 3ds Max® Design Certification: Prepare for Success




English     Education and Learning      Certify Yourself: Tips and Tricks for Autodesk® Revit® Architecture
                                        Certification




English     Education and Learning      Connecting Digital Prototyping to Digital Fabrication
                                     AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                Track                                      Class Title
English     Education and Learning      Creating a 21st Century Learning Experience for the Autodesk® Toolset




English     Education and Learning      Engaging Engineering Students by Bringing Applied Mechanics to Life with
                                        Autodesk® Inventor®




English     Education and Learning      Enhancing Interior Design Curriculum with Autodesk® Software




English     Education and Learning      Experiments with Teaching Integrated Construction Practice and Global
                                        Collaboration




English     Education and Learning      Getting a Competitive Advantage on Your Campus through Academic
                                        Certification
                                     AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                Track                                        Class Title
English     Education and Learning      High Performance Buildings for Higher Education




English     Education and Learning      Increasing Digital Media Student Productivity and Engagement




English     Education and Learning      Introducing Sustainability into the Mechanical Engineering Classroom




English     Education and Learning      Project Lead the Way in the Classroom




English     Education and Learning      Providing a Digital Prototyping Industry Center of Expertise




English     Education and Learning      Providing a Digital Prototyping Industry Center of Expertise




English     Education and Learning      Revit®-izing the Curriculum in Singapore Polytechnic: Bridging the Gap
                                        Between Academia and Industry
                                     AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                Track                                        Class Title
English     Education and Learning      STEAM: Adding the "A" to STEM–Combining the Arts and Creative
                                        Problem Solving with Science and Math




English     Education and Learning      Student Initiative: Using Autodesk® Inventor® in Extracurricular Activities




English     Education and Learning      The Link Between Industry and Academia in the Automotive Industry




English     Education and Learning      Thinking Outside the Traditional 3D Mindset




English     Education and Learning      Using BIM for Experiential Learning in the High School: Environmental
                                        Technology and Design




English     Education and Learning      Using Revit® as the Basis of a Collaborative Capstone Project
                                     AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                Track                                       Class Title
English     Education and Learning      Using Revit® as the Basis of a Collaborative Capstone Project




English     Education and Learning      What We Really Should Be Teaching in Engineering Graphics




English     Facilities Management       BIM and FM: Bridging the Divide




English     Facilities Management       BIM in the Cloud and Other Technology Trends




English     Facilities Management       BIM This, BIM That: It's All CAFM to Me




English     Facilities Management       BIM to FM: As Built or as Designed, What's in Your Inbox?




English     Facilities Management       Building BIM Models for Facility Operations
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                Track                                       Class Title
English     Facilities Management      Chargeback Reports: From CAD Drawing to Database Report




English     Facilities Management      Computer-Aided Facilities Management for SAP®




English     Facilities Management      Don't Get Floored in Your Facility




English     Facilities Management      Extend the Capabilities of AutoCAD® and Revit® Building Information to
                                       Achieve Sustainability Goals




English     Facilities Management      Facilities Data: Whose Responsibility Is It?




English     Facilities Management      Five Keys to Managing Churn
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                Track                                    Class Title
English     Facilities Management      From Blue Line to Bottom Line with FM:Systems




English     Facilities Management      Gone Green: Now How Do I Avoid Going Brown?




English     Facilities Management      Hey, Revit® Dude, Turn Up the Breeze!




English     Facilities Management      How to Capture Room Polygons for Facility Management




English     Facilities Management      Managing Space, Personnel, and Assets Using AutoCAD®, Revit®, and
                                       Autodesk® Design Review
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                Track                                      Class Title
English     Facilities Management      Modeling for Architects, Information for Owners, and Technology That
                                       Makes It Easy




English     Facilities Management      Revit®-alize Your Facilities Planning with Autodesk® Revit Architecture




English     Facilities Management      Seven Trends in Facility Management Technology and Why They Matter




English     Facilities Management      The Sensible Guide to Knowing Everything about Your Properties




English     Facilities Management      Tips and Tricks for Selecting and Implementing a Computer-Aided Facility
                                       Management (CAFM) Solution




English     Facilities Management      Two Shades of Green: Reducing Environmental Impact and Cost
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                   Track                                     Class Title
English     Keynote                    Industry Keynote: Plant Design with a Suite Advantage




English     Keynote                    Industry Keynote: Your Future. Your Choice. Your AutoCAD®




English     Keynote                    Industry Keynote: Critical Tools for Critical Infrastructure




English     Keynote                    Industry Keynote: Digital Prototyping Comes to Life, Part 1




English     Keynote                    Industry Keynote: From Middle School to Mars – How Inspiration and
                                       Innovation Shape the Future




English     Keynote                    Industry Keynote: New Technology and Industry Innovation for the Entire
                                       Building Life Cycle


English     Manufacturing              A Sneak Peek at the Next Release of Autodesk® Inventor®


English     Manufacturing              A View from the Top: Top-Down Design Methods in Autodesk® Inventor®
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                   Track                                    Class Title
English     Manufacturing              Adapting Frames and Sheets with a Little Simulation in the End




English     Manufacturing              Adding Intelligence to Your Schematics




English     Manufacturing              Additive Fabrication 101: How 3D Printing Is Changing Product
                                       Development and Manufacturing




English     Manufacturing              Analyzing and Optimizing Frames Using Inventor® Frame Analysis and
                                       Robot™ Structural Analysis




English     Manufacturing              Architectural Fabrication/Millwork, Furniture, Cabinetry, Detailing Using
                                       Autodesk® Inventor®




English     Manufacturing              Art to Part: Developing Plastic Parts with Autodesk® Inventor® and
                                       Autodesk® Moldflow® Adviser
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                   Track                                  Class Title
English     Manufacturing              Authoring Custom Content Using the Autodesk® Factory Design Utility




English     Manufacturing              AutoCAD® Electrical Is Not Just Electrical Anymore




English     Manufacturing              AutoCAD® Electrical Is Not Just Electrical Anymore




English     Manufacturing              AutoCAD® Electrical Power Tools for Power Users




English     Manufacturing              AutoCAD® Electrical Unplugged




English     Manufacturing              Autodesk® Algor® and Autodesk Inventor® Fusion

English     Manufacturing              Autodesk® Alias® to AutoCAD® Inventor® Interoperability




English     Manufacturing              Autodesk® Inventor® 2011 Certification Exam Preparation




English     Manufacturing              Autodesk® Inventor® Simulation 2011: Tips and Tricks




English     Manufacturing              Autodesk® Inventor® Simulation 2011: Tips and Tricks
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                   Track                                    Class Title
English     Manufacturing              Autodesk® Inventor®: Surfaces in Solid Part Design




English     Manufacturing              Autodesk® Moldflow® Certification Exam




English     Manufacturing              Automating Autodesk® Inventor®




English     Manufacturing              Block Party: Symbol Builder




English     Manufacturing              Build the Foundation: Autodesk® Inventor® Drawing Templates




English     Manufacturing              Building Panels in AutoCAD® Electrical and Autodesk® Inventor®




English     Manufacturing              CFD 101: Inventor-Driven Flow and Thermal Simulation
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                   Track                                    Class Title
English     Manufacturing              Changing the Game with Optimization




English     Manufacturing              Connecting the BOM: Using Autodesk® Inventor® to Automate the
                                       Process




English     Manufacturing              Creating and Re-Creating the Ultimate Drawing with Autodesk® Inventor®




English     Manufacturing              Crystallization Kinetics: What It Can Do for Prediction Accuracy




English     Manufacturing              Customizing the Circuit Builder in AutoCAD® Electrical®




English     Manufacturing              Designing Snap Fit Assemblies with Autodesk® Inventor® and Autodesk
                                       Algor®




English     Manufacturing              Digital Prototype to Documentation: Autodesk® Inventor® Publisher 2011
                                       Fills the Gap
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                   Track                                   Class Title
English     Manufacturing              Digital Prototyping + BIM: Creating, Using, and Distributing Revit® Content
                                       from Inventor® Designs




English     Manufacturing              Digital Prototyping + BIM: Creating, Using, and Distributing Revit® Content
                                       from Inventor® Designs




English     Manufacturing              Digital Prototyping: A Case Study of Plastic Part Design Using Autodesk®
                                       Digital Prototyping Tools




English     Manufacturing              Everyday Uses of Autodesk® Inventor® iLogic™




English     Manufacturing              Factory Suite: Authoring Custom Content Using the Autodesk® Factory
                                       Design Utility




English     Manufacturing              From Concept to Reality: A Vision of How It Can Go Together
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                   Track                                  Class Title
English     Manufacturing              Get Started Using Autodesk® Inventor® and Autodesk Inventor Fusion




English     Manufacturing              Get Your Sheet Metal Together! Autodesk® Inventor® 2011




English     Manufacturing              Getting the Most Out of Autodesk® Inventor® 2011 with iLogic™




English     Manufacturing              Holy Sheet Metal! Making the Most of Autodesk® Inventor® 2011 Sheet
                                       Metal Features


English     Manufacturing              Holy Sheet Metal! Making the Most of Autodesk® Inventor® 2011 Sheet
                                       Metal Features


English     Manufacturing              I Didn't Know Autodesk® Inventor® Could Do That!




English     Manufacturing              I Didn't Know Autodesk® Inventor® Could Do That!




English     Manufacturing              I Didn't Know Autodesk® Inventor® Could Do That!




English     Manufacturing              I Love This Sheet Metal! Using Autodesk® Inventor® 2011 to Create
                                       Precision Sheet Metal Parts
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                   Track                                   Class Title
English     Manufacturing              iLogic™ for Dummies




English     Manufacturing              iLogic™ for Dummies




English     Manufacturing              iLogic™ for Dummies




English     Manufacturing              iLogic™: Custom UI Design with Microsoft® Visual Basic® Express




English     Manufacturing              Importing Control Design Data into Autodesk® Inventor® Professional




English     Manufacturing              In-Depth Analysis of Overmolded Inserts Using Autodesk® Moldflow®




English     Manufacturing              Innovative Analysis of Semi-Crystalline Plastics Parts Using Autodesk®
                                       Moldflow® Insight 2011




English     Manufacturing              Integrating SAP® with Autodesk® Inventor® and AutoCAD®




English     Manufacturing              Introduction to the Autodesk® Moldflow® Insight API
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                   Track                                   Class Title
English     Manufacturing              Leveraging the Autodesk® Inventor® Model Structure for Production
                                       Planning




English     Manufacturing              Listening to the Customer: Model Preparation and Meshing for Autodesk®
                                       Moldflow® Insight Focus Group




English     Manufacturing              Listening to the Voice of the Customer: Schematics Focus Group




English     Manufacturing              Listening to the Voice of the Customer: Schematics Focus Group




English     Manufacturing              Listening to the Voice of the Customer: Schematics Usability Study
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                   Track                                   Class Title
English     Manufacturing              Listening to the Voice of the Customer: Schematics Usability Study




English     Manufacturing              Listening to the Voice of the Customer: Schematics Usability Study




English     Manufacturing              Listening to the Voice of the Customer: Schematics Usability Study




English     Manufacturing              Listening to the Voice of the Customer: Schematics Usability Study




English     Manufacturing              Listening to the Voice of the Customer: Schematics Usability Study
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                   Track                                   Class Title
English     Manufacturing              Listening to the Voice of the Customer: Schematics Usability Study




English     Manufacturing              Long Fiber Thermoplastics and Simulation

English     Manufacturing              Making Autodesk® Inventor® Content Center Work for You




English     Manufacturing              Material Selection for Sustainable Design




English     Manufacturing              Mechatronics: Taming the Beast




English     Manufacturing              Mechatronics: Taming the Beast
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                   Track                                   Class Title
English     Manufacturing              Multi-Scale Material Modeling: From Injection Molding to the Realistic FEA
                                       of Plastic Parts




English     Manufacturing              Net Shape Injection Molding: AMI Warpage Prediction-Based Mold
                                       Correction Using Autodesk® Moldflow®




English     Manufacturing              Not Your Average Workflow: Advanced and Innovative Modeling
                                       Techniques




English     Manufacturing              Part Setup and Fixturing: CAM Software to CNC Machine




English     Manufacturing              Part/Mold Design and Optimization Using Autodesk® Inventor® Tooling
                                       2011




English     Manufacturing              Plastic Part and Mold Design Validation Using Autodesk® Moldflow®
                                       Software
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                   Track                                  Class Title
English     Manufacturing              Revit® Wall Framing: Light Gauge Steel




English     Manufacturing              Revit® Wall Framing: Wood Structures




English     Manufacturing              Show Me the Models! 3D Product Documentation with Autodesk®
                                       Inventor® Publisher




English     Manufacturing              Show Me the Models! 3D Product Documentation with Autodesk®
                                       Inventor® Publisher




English     Manufacturing              Show Me the Models! 3D Product Documentation with Autodesk®
                                       Inventor® Publisher




English     Manufacturing              Simulate This! Using Dynamic Simulator to Prove Your Design


English     Manufacturing              Simulation Accuracy Through Material Data Quality and Process Setup
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                   Track                                   Class Title
English     Manufacturing              Simulation: Using Autodesk® Inventor® Professional and Autodesk Algor®
                                       Simulation to Improve Designs




English     Manufacturing              Step on the Design Accelerator in Autodesk® Inventor®




English     Manufacturing              Stick It Together with Autodesk® Inventor® Weldments




English     Manufacturing              Stick It Together with Autodesk® Inventor® Weldments




English     Manufacturing              Successful Design of Fiber Reinforced Injection Molded Parts for
                                       Structural Applications




English     Manufacturing              Sustainable Design Techniques in Digital Prototyping
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                   Track                                  Class Title
English     Manufacturing              That's Solid! Multi-Body Part Modeling Techniques with Autodesk®
                                       Inventor®




English     Manufacturing              That's Solid! Multi-Body Part Modeling Techniques with Autodesk®
                                       Inventor®




English     Manufacturing              That's Solid! Multi-Body Part Modeling Techniques with Autodesk®
                                       Inventor®




English     Manufacturing              The Doctor Is "In" at the Autodesk® Inventor® ER




English     Manufacturing              The Hammer and the Nail: Autodesk® Algor® Simulation and Digital
                                       Prototyping




English     Manufacturing              The Need for Transient Cooling
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                   Track                                   Class Title
English     Manufacturing              Tips and Tricks for Creating a Configurator with Autodesk® Inventor®




English     Manufacturing              Tour de AutoCAD® Electrical 2011




English     Manufacturing              Using Autodesk® Inventor® Fusion




English     Manufacturing              Using Autodesk® Inventor® Fusion




English     Manufacturing              Using Autodesk® Inventor® Fusion




English     Manufacturing              Validation of Autodesk® Moldflow® for Connector Housings




English     Manufacturing              Visualization x 3: Autodesk® Inventor®, Autodesk Showcase®, Autodesk
                                       3ds Max®




English     Manufacturing              Visualization x 3: Autodesk® Inventor®, Autodesk Showcase®, Autodesk
                                       3ds Max®




English     Manufacturing              Visualization x 3: Autodesk® Inventor®, Autodesk Showcase®, Autodesk
                                       3ds Max®
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                   Track                                  Class Title
English     Manufacturing              Voice of Customer: Deploy and Enjoy – Autodesk® Inventor® Life Cycle
                                       Management




English     Manufacturing              Voice of Customer: Manufacturing Learning Experience—the Next
                                       Generation




English     Manufacturing              Voice of Customer: Manufacturing Learning Experience—the Next
                                       Generation




English     Manufacturing              Voice of the Customer: Authoring BIM-Ready Content Focus Group




English     Manufacturing              Voice of the Customer: Authoring BIM-Ready Content Focus Group




English     Manufacturing              Voice of the Customer: Autodesk® Inventor® Publisher




English     Manufacturing              Voice of the Customer: Autodesk® Inventor® Publisher




English     Manufacturing              Voice of the Customer: Autodesk® Inventor® Publisher
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                   Track                                  Class Title
English     Manufacturing              Voice of the Customer: Autodesk® Inventor® Publisher




English     Manufacturing              Voice of the Customer: Autodesk® Inventor® Publisher




English     Manufacturing              Voice of the Customer: Consumer Product Design and Engineering in
                                       Autodesk® Inventor®




English     Manufacturing              Voice of the Customer: Consumer Product Design and Engineering in
                                       Autodesk® Inventor®




English     Manufacturing              Voice of the Customer: Consumer Product Design and Engineering in
                                       Autodesk® Inventor®




English     Manufacturing              Voice of the Customer: Consumer Product Design and Engineering in
                                       Autodesk® Inventor®




English     Manufacturing              Voice of the Customer: Document Autodesk® Inventor® Designs in
                                       AutoCAD® Focus Group
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                   Track                                  Class Title
English     Manufacturing              Voice of the Customer: Document Autodesk® Inventor® Designs in
                                       AutoCAD® Focus Group




English     Manufacturing              Voice of the Customer: Facilities Planning and Layout Workflows




English     Manufacturing              Voice of the Customer: Facilities Planning and Layout Workflows




English     Manufacturing              Voice of the Customer: Sustainable Design in Manufacturing Focus Group




English     Manufacturing              Voice of the Customer: Test Drive New Web-Based Interface for
                                       Autodesk® Inventor® Stress Analysis




English     Manufacturing              Voice of the Customer: Test Drive New Web-Based Interface for
                                       Autodesk® Inventor® Stress Analysis
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                   Track                                  Class Title
English     Manufacturing              Voice of the Customer: Test Drive New Web-Based Interface for
                                       Autodesk® Inventor® Stress Analysis




English     Manufacturing              Voice of the Customer: Test Drive New Web-Based Interface for
                                       Autodesk® Inventor® Stress Analysis




English     Manufacturing              Voice of the Digital Simulation Customer: Q&A about the New Web-Based
                                       Stress Analysis App




English     Manufacturing              Voice of the Digital Simulation Customer: Test Drive the New Autodesk®
                                       Algor® Simulation Interface




English     Manufacturing              Voice of the Digital Simulation Customer: Test-Drive the New Autodesk®
                                       Algor® Simulation Interface




English     Manufacturing              Voice of the Digital Simulation Customer: Test-Drive the New Autodesk®
                                       Algor® Simulation Interface
                                         AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                   Track                                       Class Title
English     Manufacturing                   Voice of the Digital Simulation Customer: Test-Drive the New Autodesk®
                                            Algor® Simulation Interface




English     Manufacturing                   Voice of the Digital Simulation Customer: Test-Drive the New Autodesk®
                                            Algor® Simulation Interface




English     Manufacturing                   We Were "I" Before Apple®: A Complete Guide to Using iFeatures, iParts,
                                            and iAssemblies in Inventor®




English     MEP Design and Engineering      Accessing Model Element Information Using the AutoCAD® MEP .NET
                                            API




English     MEP Design and Engineering      Advanced Mechanical Electrical Equipment List (MEEL) Schedule in
                                            AutoCAD® Revit®




English     MEP Design and Engineering      Ask the Experts: AutoCAD® MEP
                                         AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language               Track                                           Class Title
English     MEP Design and Engineering      Ask the Experts: AutoCAD® Revit® MEP




English     MEP Design and Engineering      AutoCAD® MEP Content Builder: Simplified Workflow for Engineers




English     MEP Design and Engineering      AutoCAD® MEP Piping/Plumbing: The Power of the Basics




English     MEP Design and Engineering      AutoCAD®, Autodesk® Revit®, and Autodesk Navisworks® Juggling...




English     MEP Design and Engineering      Autodesk as a Living Lab for Rapid Energy Modeling




English     MEP Design and Engineering      Autodesk® Ecotect® and Green Building Studio®: Providing Answers in
                                            Hospital Design at the SD Phase




English     MEP Design and Engineering      Autodesk® Navisworks® Manage: Applying Technology in the Real World
                                         AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language               Track                                           Class Title
English     MEP Design and Engineering      Autodesk® Revit® MEP Templates: Solving MEP Implementation Hurdles




English     MEP Design and Engineering      Autodesk® Revit® MEP to Fabrication with Arup, Hotchkiss and East
                                            Coast CAD




English     MEP Design and Engineering      Best Practices for AutoCAD® MEP Content Creation




English     MEP Design and Engineering      Calculations in Autodesk® Revit® MEP




English     MEP Design and Engineering      Categorically, Demand It on Your Schedule: You Con-Du-It in Autodesk®
                                            Revit® MEP




English     MEP Design and Engineering      Categorically, Demand It on Your Schedule: You Con-Du-It in Autodesk®
                                            Revit® MEP




English     MEP Design and Engineering      Creating MEP Families from Scratch: Piping and Mechanical Fittings,
                                            Accessories, and Equipment
                                         AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language               Track                                            Class Title
English     MEP Design and Engineering      Get Connected: Autodesk® Revit® MEP Connectors Demystified




English     MEP Design and Engineering      Get Connected: Autodesk® Revit® MEP Connectors Demystified




English     MEP Design and Engineering      Get Connected: Autodesk® Revit® MEP Connectors Demystified




English     MEP Design and Engineering      Got an Axe to Grind? Hack Your Parametric Part Wizard!




English     MEP Design and Engineering      Hydraulic Analysis of Fire Protection Systems: A Basic Primer




English     MEP Design and Engineering      Integrated Design Using the Autodesk Revit® Suite




English     MEP Design and Engineering      Lessons Learned from a BIM Coordination Consultant
                                         AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language               Track                                           Class Title
English     MEP Design and Engineering      Leveraging BIM for Energy Analysis




English     MEP Design and Engineering      Maximizing Autodesk® Revit® MEP 2011 for Design Efficiency




English     MEP Design and Engineering      MEP Design to Fabrication: A Practical Workflow for the AEC Professional




English     MEP Design and Engineering      Perfecting the Process of Sharing Models among Architects, Engineers
                                            and Construction Companies




English     MEP Design and Engineering      Rapid Energy Modeling Using Photo-Based Reality Capture




English     MEP Design and Engineering      Real World Advice on Using Autodesk® Revit® MEP for Design Through
                                            Construction
                                         AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language               Track                                             Class Title
English     MEP Design and Engineering      Real World BIM




English     MEP Design and Engineering      Revit® Family Tricks for Electrical Content




English     MEP Design and Engineering      Revit® Family Tricks for Electrical Content




English     MEP Design and Engineering      Revit® Family Tricks for Electrical Content




English     MEP Design and Engineering      Rockin' Hot Revit® MEP 2011 Tips




English     MEP Design and Engineering      Rockin' Hot Revit® MEP 2011 Tips
                                         AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language               Track                                            Class Title
English     MEP Design and Engineering      Rockin' Hot Revit® MEP 2011 Tips




English     MEP Design and Engineering      Smokin' Hot AutoCAD® MEP 2011 Tips




English     MEP Design and Engineering      Smokin' Hot AutoCAD® MEP 2011 Tips




English     MEP Design and Engineering      Smokin' Hot AutoCAD® MEP 2011 Tips




English     MEP Design and Engineering      Subbing Out the Model: How Subcontractors Are Forging a New
                                            Functionality with BIM




English     MEP Design and Engineering      The Real Engineers' Workflow: Autodesk® Revit® MEP Massing for Pre-
                                            Design Analysis




English     MEP Design and Engineering      To Display or Not to Display: Understanding the Display Manager in
                                            AutoCAD® MEP


English     MEP Design and Engineering      Transitioning to AutoCAD® MEP: Simple Solutions for Common Problems
                                         AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language               Track                                           Class Title
English     MEP Design and Engineering      Using AutoCAD® MEP for Model-Based Design Client Requirements




English     MEP Design and Engineering      Using Green Building XML (gbXML) for Building Energy Analysis
                                            Interoperability




English     MEP Design and Engineering      Using Green Building XML (gbXML) for Building Energy Analysis
                                            Interoperability




English     MEP Design and Engineering      Visual Qualitative Energy and Computational Fluid Dynamics Analysis




English     MEP Design and Engineering      What Happens to My Fire Protection BIM Design When the Installing
                                            Company Gets It?
                                         AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                Track                                          Class Title
English     MEP Design and Engineering      What Is Autodesk® Revit® MEP and How Do I Get Started?




English     MEP Design and Engineering      What Is Autodesk® Revit® MEP and How Do I Get Started?




English     MEP Design and Engineering      Who Turned the Lights Out? Lighting Analysis with Autodesk® Revit®
                                            MEP 2011 and 3ds Max® Design 2011




English     Planning and GIS                Moving to SQL Spatial: The Whole Nine Yards at Grand Forks




English     Planning and GIS                Spatial Databases with AutoCAD®, AutoCAD Map 3D, and Autodesk®
                                            MapGuide®

English     Planning and GIS                Thousands of Raster Files in MapGuide: How Do I Make It Work ?
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                  Track                                 Class Title
English     Planning and GIS          VanMap, Autodesk® MapGuide® Enterprise, and the 2010 Winter
                                      Olympics: A Host City Tale




English     Plant Design              AutoCAD® Plant 3D Advanced Configuration and Customization




English     Plant Design              AutoCAD® Plant 3D in the Real Project World




English     Plant Design              AutoCAD® Plant 3D Project Tips and Tricks




English     Plant Design              AutoCAD® Plant 3D Project Tips and Tricks




English     Plant Design              Autodesk® Navisworks® for AutoCAD® Plant
                                                AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                  Track                                               Class Title
English     Plant Design                           Migrating Existing P&IDs into AutoCAD® P&ID




English     Plant Design                           Taking a Quick Spin Through the Autodesk® Plant Design Suite




English     Structural Design and Engineering      3D Detailing of Reinforced Concrete and Steel Connections with
                                                   AutoCAD® Revit® Structure




English     Structural Design and Engineering      AutoCAD® Structural Detailing Steel Design and Documentation




English     Structural Design and Engineering      AutoCAD® Structural Detailing Steel Design and Documentation
                                                AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                 Track                                                 Class Title
English     Structural Design and Engineering      Autodesk® Revit® Structure 2D and 3D Deliverable Documentation




English     Structural Design and Engineering      Bridging the Gap Between AutoCAD® Civil 3D® and Autodesk® Revit®
                                                   Structure




English     Structural Design and Engineering      Connect the Dots: Grading and Bridge Design Tools




English     Structural Design and Engineering      Connect the Dots: Grading and Bridge Design Tools




English     Structural Design and Engineering      Construction Families for Structures
                                                AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                 Track                                                 Class Title
English     Structural Design and Engineering      Creating Advanced Parametric Content in Autodesk® Revit®: Kiss
                                                   Dysfunctional Families Goodbye




English     Structural Design and Engineering      Customize the Autodesk® Revit® Structure Graphical Column Schedule
                                                   for Complex and Large Projects




English     Structural Design and Engineering      Delivery of a Fast-Track Design Build Project Using Revit® Architecture,
                                                   Structure, and MEP




English     Structural Design and Engineering      Design and Delivery of a $50 Million Buried Water Control Facility Using
                                                   the Revit® Platforms




English     Structural Design and Engineering      Design of High-Performance and Lower-Cost Parking Structures and
                                                   Buildings Using Post-Tensioning




English     Structural Design and Engineering      Effective Design of Structural Steel Using Autodesk® Revit® Structure
                                                   2011 and the RSA Extensions




English     Structural Design and Engineering      Integrating Structural Analysis into the BIM Workflow
                                                AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                 Track                                                 Class Title
English     Structural Design and Engineering      Introduction to Analysis Using Autodesk® Revit® Structure and Autodesk®
                                                   Robot™ Structural Analysis




English     Structural Design and Engineering      Introduction to Autodesk® Revit® Structure




English     Structural Design and Engineering      Leveraging the Revit® Platform for Design and Delivery of Large
                                                   Infrastructure Projects




English     Structural Design and Engineering      Modeling an Urban Transport Railway




English     Structural Design and Engineering      Modeling an Urban Transport Railway




English     Structural Design and Engineering      Modeling an Urban Transport Railway
                                                AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                 Track                                                 Class Title
English     Structural Design and Engineering      Modeling, Not Drafting, a Post-Tensioned Structure




English     Structural Design and Engineering      Robot Structural: How to Break in the Earthquake Beast




English     Structural Design and Engineering      Slope It, Slope It Good: Sloping Framing in Autodesk® Revit® Structure




English     Structural Design and Engineering      Slope It, Slope It Good: Sloping Framing in Autodesk® Revit® Structure




English     Structural Design and Engineering      Slope It, Slope It Good: Sloping Framing in Autodesk® Revit® Structure




English     Structural Design and Engineering      SMART Concept Design Tools: Build Simple Form-Finding and
                                                   Optimization Tools with Robot™ API
                                                AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                 Track                                                  Class Title
English     Structural Design and Engineering      Structural Detailing with Wood: Engaging the Supply Chain at the Design
                                                   Phase




English     Structural Design and Engineering      Structural Level of Detail Model in Revit®: When to Draw the Line and
                                                   Where to Model It!




English     Structural Design and Engineering      The IF's of Revit®


English     Structural Design and Engineering      The Structural Workflow, Part 1: Modeling for Integration

English     Structural Design and Engineering      The Structural Workflow, Part 2: Analysis and Design


English     Structural Design and Engineering      Truss Me: Using the Truss Wizard Feature in Autodesk® Revit® Structure




English     Structural Design and Engineering      What's in Your Structural Model? Understanding Detail-Level
                                                   Requirements Using Revit® Structure




English     Structural Design and Engineering      Why Are You Not Having a BIM/Revit® Kick-off Meeting?




English     Structural Design and Engineering      Why Are You Not Having a BIM/Revit® Kick-off Meeting?
                                               AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                 Track                                                Class Title
English     Utilities and Telecommunications      A Metadata to Remember: The Importance of Metadata Management for
                                                  Infrastructure Utility Companies




English     Utilities and Telecommunications      AutoCAD® Civil 3D® GIS: Migrating Pipe Network Data for Infrastructure
                                                  Projects




English     Utilities and Telecommunications      Autodesk Solutions Add Valuable Situational Awareness for Utility
                                                  Operations




English     Utilities and Telecommunications      Autodesk® Utility Design (AUD) Process Workflow at Southern California
                                                  Edison




English     Utilities and Telecommunications      Autodesk® Utility Design Engineering Analysis in Detail




English     Utilities and Telecommunications      Best Practices for Autodesk® Topobase™ Mapping in Utilities
                                               AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                 Track                                                  Class Title
English     Utilities and Telecommunications      Custom DWF™ Solution: Leveraging Autodesk® Design Review API for
                                                  Field Office Collaboration




English     Utilities and Telecommunications      Duke Energy Transforms Its Substation Design Process




English     Utilities and Telecommunications      Follow the Lines: Best Practices for Utility Projects at the City of Chur,
                                                  Switzerland




English     Utilities and Telecommunications      From AutoCAD® Map 3D to Autodesk® Topobase™ and Autodesk
                                                  Topobase Web for Gas Utilities




English     Utilities and Telecommunications      Implement Single Sign On and Supercharge Autodesk® Topobase™ Web
                                                  for Performance AND Many Users
                                               AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                 Track                                                 Class Title
English     Utilities and Telecommunications      Implementing an Enterprise-Class Telecommunications Network Design
                                                  Tool




English     Utilities and Telecommunications      Implementing Autodesk® Inventor® for Substation Design




English     Utilities and Telecommunications      Integrated Planning, Design, and Records Management at Grant County
                                                  with Autodesk® Utility Solutions




English     Utilities and Telecommunications      Integrating Autodesk® Topobase™ with Infor™ Hansen Asset
                                                  Management




English     Utilities and Telecommunications      Integrating Autodesk® Topobase™ with Outage Management at the
                                                  Kansas City Board of Public Utilities




English     Utilities and Telecommunications      Leveraging Geospatial Solutions for Maximum Benefit at Electric Utilities
                                               AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                 Track                                               Class Title
English     Utilities and Telecommunications      Managing the Next Generation of Water Infrastructure with BIM




English     Utilities and Telecommunications      Managing the Next Generation of Water Infrastructure with BIM




English     Utilities and Telecommunications      MidCoast Water: A Case Study on Implementing Autodesk® Topobase™
                                                  Client and Web




English     Utilities and Telecommunications      Migrating to Autodesk® Topobase™ Electric: A Real World Experience




English     Utilities and Telecommunications      Migrating Your Data to Autodesk® Topobase™?: Here's How
                                               AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                 Track                                                Class Title
English     Utilities and Telecommunications      Optimizing Water/Wastewater Utility Drafting Workflows Using AutoCAD®
                                                  Map 3D and Autodesk® MapGuide




English     Utilities and Telecommunications      Overhead Design and Engineering for Transmission and Distribution Using
                                                  Autodesk® Utility Design




English     Utilities and Telecommunications      Power Administration of Autodesk® Topobase™ Schemas




English     Utilities and Telecommunications      Process and Information Flow within the Utility Asset Management Life
                                                  Cycle
                                               AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                 Track                                                 Class Title
English     Utilities and Telecommunications      Risk Management for Utility Industry Projects: The Key to Success?




English     Utilities and Telecommunications      Role of a Single Point of Truth Data Warehouse in the Initiate-Plan-
                                                  Execute-Close Utility Workflow




English     Utilities and Telecommunications      Role of a Single Point of Truth Data Warehouse in the Initiate-Plan-
                                                  Execute-Close Utility Workflow




English     Utilities and Telecommunications      Rural Utility Services (RUS) and Autodesk® Utility Design: A New Way to
                                                  Get up and Running Quickly!




English     Utilities and Telecommunications      Sewer Master Planning with AutoCAD® Map 3D and Autodesk® Storm
                                                  and Sanitary Analysis Extension
                                               AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                 Track                                                Class Title
English     Utilities and Telecommunications      Smart Grids: Managed with Autodesk® Topobase™




English     Utilities and Telecommunications      Smart Grids: Managed with Autodesk® Topobase™




English     Utilities and Telecommunications      Solving Spatial Problems in a CAD-Driven GIS for Telephone Companies




English     Utilities and Telecommunications      Streamlining the Design through Asset Management Workflow at
                                                  Anchorage Municipal Light & Power




English     Utilities and Telecommunications      Structuring a Successful Autodesk® Utility Design Implementation Project
                                                AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                  Track                                               Class Title
English      Utilities and Telecommunications      The Utility Plan-Design-Manage Workflow: A Global Tour of Industry
                                                   Trends, Projects, and Innovation




English      Utilities and Telecommunications      Using and Optimizing Storm and Sanitary Analysis 2011 in a Consulting
                                                   Engineering Environment




English      Utilities and Telecommunications      Using Autodesk® MapGuide® as a Reporting Platform




English      Utilities and Telecommunications      Water Companies Integrate CAD and GIS with AutoCAD® Map 3D




Portuguese   Architecture and Building Design      Aplicação ao conceito de Camera Tracker para arquitetura usando o
                                                   software Autodesk® 3ds Max® 2011




Portuguese   Architecture and Building Design      Aplicação ao conceito de Camera Tracker para arquitetura usando o
                                                   software Autodesk® 3ds Max® 2011
                                                AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                  Track                                                Class Title
Portuguese   Architecture and Building Design      Como modelar usando parâmetros em uma Família Revit®




Portuguese   Architecture and Building Design      Como modelar usando parâmetros em uma Família Revit®




Portuguese   Architecture and Building Design      Criação avançada de famílias no Autodesk® Revit® Architecture




Portuguese   Architecture and Building Design      Criação avançada de famílias no Autodesk® Revit® Architecture




Portuguese   Architecture and Building Design      Da Arquitetura ao Projeto Integrado


Portuguese   Architecture and Building Design      Da Arquitetura ao Projeto Integrado


Portuguese   Architecture and Building Design      Execução de projetos hidráulicos utilizando a Solução Autodesk® Revit®
                                                   MEP
                                                AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                  Track                                               Class Title
Portuguese   Architecture and Building Design      Execução de projetos hidráulicos utilizando a Solução Autodesk® Revit®
                                                   MEP




Portuguese   Architecture and Building Design      Modelagem de terrenos avançada


Portuguese   Architecture and Building Design      Modelagem de terrenos avançada


Portuguese   Architecture and Building Design      O uso do Autodesk® Revit® Architecture nos projetos de edifícios de
                                                   escritórios




Portuguese   Architecture and Building Design      O uso do Autodesk® Revit® Architecture nos projetos de edifícios de
                                                   escritórios




Portuguese   Architecture and Building Design      Revit®: Fazendo aquele famoso telhado com madeira e telhas




Portuguese   Architecture and Building Design      Revit®: Fazendo aquele famoso telhado com madeira e telhas




Portuguese   Architecture and Building Design      Soluções Autodesk para Estruturas Metálicas e Concreto Armado
                                                AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                  Track                                              Class Title
Portuguese   Architecture and Building Design      Soluções Autodesk para Estruturas Metálicas e Concreto Armado




Portuguese   Architecture and Building Design      Utilizando as dimensões AEC do AutoCAD® Architecture




Portuguese   Architecture and Building Design      Utilizando as dimensões AEC do AutoCAD® Architecture




Portuguese   AutoCAD                               Acelerando a performance do seu AutoCAD®




Portuguese   AutoCAD                               Acelerando a performance do seu AutoCAD®




Portuguese   AutoCAD                               Conjugando o verbo Parametrizar: O que a Parametrização pode fazer por
                                                   você!




Portuguese   AutoCAD                               Conjugando o verbo Parametrizar: O que a Parametrização pode fazer por
                                                   você!
                               AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language              Track                                  Class Title
Portuguese   AutoCAD              Entendendo e sendo produtivo com o uso de Annotations Scale e Sheet
                                  Set Manager!




Portuguese   AutoCAD              Entendendo e sendo produtivo com o uso de Annotations Scale e Sheet
                                  Set Manager!




Portuguese   AutoCAD              Express Tools - Obtenha o máximo de produtividade usando as
                                  Ferramentas Express!




Portuguese   AutoCAD              Express Tools: Obtenha o máximo de produtividade utilizando as
                                  Ferramentas Express!




Portuguese   AutoCAD              Produtividade com Escalas Anotativas


Portuguese   AutoCAD              Produtividade com Escalas Anotativas
                               AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language              Track                                 Class Title
Portuguese   AutoCAD              Revelando os novos materiais Browser e Editor do AutoCAD® 2011




Portuguese   AutoCAD              Revelando os novos materiais Browser e Editor do AutoCAD® 2011




Portuguese   AutoCAD              Seus projetos do AutoCAD® e AutoCAD Architectural® no Revit® e/ou
                                  Autodesk® 3ds Max®




Portuguese   AutoCAD              Seus Projetos do AutoCAD® e AutoCAD® Architecture no Revit® e/ou
                                  Autodesk® 3ds Max®




Portuguese   AutoCAD              Tudo o que você queria saber sobre Blocos Dinâmicos e Parametrização!




Portuguese   AutoCAD              Tudo o que você queria saber sobre Blocos Dinâmicos e Parametrização!
                                     AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                    Track                                  Class Title
Portuguese   AutoCAD                    Utilizando superfícies 3D no AutoCAD® 2011 com segurança: Dicas e
                                        Truques!




Portuguese   AutoCAD                    Utilizando superfícies 3D no AutoCAD® 2011 com segurança: Dicas e
                                        Truques!




Portuguese   Civil Infrastructure       AutoCAD® Civil 3D® e o Modelo do Projeto




Portuguese   Civil Infrastructure       AutoCAD® Civil 3D® e o Modelo do Projeto




Portuguese   Civil Infrastructure       Soluções Geoespaciais para Prefeituras

Portuguese   Civil Infrastructure       Soluções Geoespaciais para Prefeituras
                                                AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                  Track                                               Class Title
Portuguese   Customization and Programming         Conceitos Básicos de AutoCAD ®.NET




Portuguese   Customization and Programming         Conceitos Básicos de AutoCAD® .NET




Portuguese   Customization and Programming         Hello World! Seu primeiro programa GIS Web no Autodesk® MapGuide®
                                                   Enterprise




Portuguese   Customization and Programming         Hello World! Seu primeiro programa GIS Web no Autodesk® MapGuide®
                                                   Enterprise




Portuguese   Customization and Programming         Integrated System of Monitoring by GPS to Manage Public Transportation


Portuguese   Customization and Programming         Sistema Integrado de Monitoramento através de GPS para a gestão de
                                                   transporte público

Spanish      Architecture and Building Design      BIM en Práctica: el Ejemplo de HOK Usando Autodesk® Revit®
                                                   Architecture




Spanish      Architecture and Building Design      BIM en Práctica: el Ejemplo de HOK Usando Autodesk® Revit®
                                                   Architecture
                                               AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                 Track                                                Class Title
Spanish     Architecture and Building Design      Cómo Administrar un Proyecto Completo con Autodesk® Revit® como
                                                  Solución de BIM




Spanish     Architecture and Building Design      Cómo Administrar un Proyecto Completo con Autodesk® Revit® como
                                                  Solución de BIM




Spanish     Architecture and Building Design      Coordinando Múltiples Disciplinas con Autodesk® Revit®: Lecciones
                                                  Aprendidas en las Trincheras




Spanish     Architecture and Building Design      Coordinando Múltiples Disciplinas con Autodesk® Revit®: Lecciones
                                                  Aprendidas en las Trincheras




Spanish     Architecture and Building Design      Introducción al Renderizado Interior y Exterior con Autodesk® Revit®




Spanish     Architecture and Building Design      Introducción al Renderizado Interior y Exterior con Autodesk® Revit®




Spanish     Architecture and Building Design      Modelado Paramétrico con Autodesk® Revit® Architecture
                                               AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                 Track                                              Class Title
Spanish     Architecture and Building Design      Modelado Paramétrico con Autodesk® Revit® Architecture




Spanish     Architecture and Building Design      Preguntas No Muy Frecuentes de los Foros de Discusión de Autodesk®
                                                  Revit® Architecture Durante 2010




Spanish     Architecture and Building Design      Preguntas No Muy Frecuentes de los Foros de Discusión de Autodesk®
                                                  Revit® Architecture Durante 2010




Spanish     Architecture and Building Design      Revit®, Ecotect® y Autodesk® Green Building Studio® Herramientas
                                                  Clave Para el Diseño Sustentable




Spanish     Architecture and Building Design      Revit®, Ecotect® y Autodesk® Green Building Studio® Herramientas
                                                  Clave Para el Diseño Sustentable
                                               AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                 Track                                              Class Title
Spanish     Architecture and Building Design      Trabajando con Proyectos Híbridos CAD/BIM en Autodesk® Revit®




Spanish     Architecture and Building Design      Trabajando con Proyectos Híbridos CAD/BIM en Autodesk® Revit®




Spanish     Architecture and Building Design      Visualizar y Comunicar Su Diseño Utilizando Autodesk® Revit®




Spanish     Architecture and Building Design      Visualizar y Comunicar Su Diseño Utilizando Autodesk® Revit®




Spanish     AutoCAD                               Exportando datos de AutoCAD® a Microsoft Excel®
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                   Track                                 Class Title
Spanish     AutoCAD                    Exportando datos de AutoCAD® a Microsoft Excel®




Spanish     AutoCAD                    Haciendo Mejor Uso de la 6ta Velocidad de AutoCAD®: Cómo y Cuando
                                       Usarlo.




Spanish     AutoCAD                    Haciendo Mejor Uso de la 6ta Velocidad de AutoCAD®: Cómo y Cuando
                                       Usarlo.




Spanish     AutoCAD                    Modelado de Superficies con AutoCAD® 2011


Spanish     AutoCAD                    Modelado de Superficies con AutoCAD® 2011


Spanish     Civil Infrastructure       Personalizar AutoCAD® Civil 3D® para Adecuarlo a los Requerimientos
                                       Locales




Spanish     Civil Infrastructure       Personalizar AutoCAD® Civil 3D® para Adecuarlo a los Requerimientos
                                       Locales




Spanish     Civil Infrastructure       Proceso de Diseño de Carreteras


Spanish     Civil Infrastructure       Proceso de Diseño de Carreteras
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 Language                   Track                                          Class Title
Spanish     Civil Infrastructure              Una Solución Integral para Proyectos Integrales




Spanish     Civil Infrastructure              Una Solución Integral para Proyectos Integrales




Spanish     Collaboration and Data Management Paperless! El Nuevo Nombre del Juego. Obtenga Beneficios Inmediatos
                                              en la Entrega y Coordinación




Spanish     Collaboration and Data Management Paperless! El Nuevo Nombre del Juego. Obtenga Beneficios Inmediatos
                                              en la Entrega y Coordinación
                                            AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                 Track                                            Class Title
Spanish     Customization and Programming      Visual LISP: Una Alternativa Rápida de Programación para el NO
                                               Programador




Spanish     Customization and Programming      Visual LISP: Una Alternativa Rápida de Programación para el NO
                                               Programador




Spanish     Design Visualization               Cómo Aprovechar el Potencial Artístico y Abrir a Nuevos Mercados con
                                               Autodesk® 3ds Max®




Spanish     Design Visualization               Cómo Aprovechar el Potencial Artístico y Abrir a Nuevos Mercados con
                                               Autodesk® 3ds Max®
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                 Track                                  Class Title
Spanish     Design Visualization      El Poder de Composición de Autodesk® 3ds Max®: Usando "Render
                                      Elements" y el nuevo Composite




Spanish     Design Visualization      El Poder de Composición de Autodesk® 3ds Max®: Usando "Render
                                      Elements" y el nuevo Composite




Spanish     Design Visualization      In House/ Viz como Herramienta de Diseño




Spanish     Design Visualization      In House/ Viz como Herramienta de Diseño
                                               AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



 Language                   Track                                            Class Title
Spanish     Design Visualization                  Uso de Autodesk® Revit® y Autodesk 3ds Max® Design para Crear
                                                  Sistemas de Iluminación de Dia




Spanish     Design Visualization                  Uso de Autodesk® Revit® y Autodesk 3ds Max® Design para Crear
                                                  Sistemas de Iluminación de Dia




Spanish     Manufacturing                         Ideas Imposibles, Resultados Asombrosos con Autodesk® Inventor®,
                                                  Autodesk Design Review y Vault




Spanish     Manufacturing                         Ideas Imposibles, Resultados Asombrosos con Autodesk® Inventor®,
                                                  Autodesk Design Review y Vault




Spanish     Utilities and Telecommunications      Creación de un SIG




Spanish     Utilities and Telecommunications      Creación de un SIG




Spanish     Utilities and Telecommunications      GIS para Compañías de Telecomunicaciones


Spanish     Utilities and Telecommunications      GIS para Compañías de Telecomunicaciones
                                                      AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                        Class Description                                         ID          Type
This class will explore a variety of practical, technological techniques for   AB224-1V   Virtual Class
managing teams located in multiple offices spread across a
geographically dispersed area. We will review and demonstrate IT
infrastructure solutions that have worked for Burt Hill and other firms to
allow internal teams to collaborate, as well as participation by associate
firms and consultants, on single projects. In all these instances, the teams
are sharing and working together on one or more models, including
multiple users in multiple geographical locations working in a "single"
Revit model. We will discuss the pros and cons of various model division
approaches in support of these infrastructure solutions. Lastly, we will
focus on technological improvements in Revit that assists teams working
on the same WAN.
This class will explore a variety of practical, technological techniques for   AB242-1V   Virtual Class
managing teams located in multiple offices spread across a geographically
dispersed area. We will review and demonstrate IT infrastructure solutions
that have worked for Burt Hill and other firms, to allow internal teams to
collaborate, as well as enabling associate firms and consultants, to
participate on single projects. In all of these instances, the teams are
sharing and working together on one or more models, including multiple
users in multiple geographical locations working on a "single" Revit model.
We will discuss the pros and cons of various model division approaches in
support of these infrastructure solutions. Lastly, we will focus on
technological improvements in Revit that assist teams working on the
same WAN.
If you've never used Project Navigator, then you've never experienced the      AB234-2L   Hands-On Lab
power of streamlining your design process. In this session, we will create a
small project, and then explore what Project Navigator can do and how you
can use it to save time and effort. We'll cover project setup in the Project
Browser, create construct and element files, create view files and sheet
files, and then link it all together.
This follow up to last year's booked-to-capacity labs gets even deeper into    AB228-1L   Hands-On Lab
the techniques for ensuring that your building designs are as energy
efficient as possible. We will dive into advanced topics and learn how to
troubleshoot file transfer issues, best practices for Revit modeling, and
how to determine which tool to use at which point. If you are just getting
started with energy modeling at your design firm or want a crash course in
how to use these tools to improve your designs, meet LEED® or other
energy guidelines, or win new business, this is the class for you. Sign up
early, as both of these labs were standing room only at AU 2009.

This class features content developed for the book Mastering Autodesk         AB223-4U    Unconference
Revit Architecture 2011 (Wiley, 2010). Based on real world scenarios, you
will learn how to create custom wall types, apply appropriate modeling
techniques for walls, and utilize the full set of basic curtain wall tools to
your advantage. A special focus will be on the new conceptual curtain wall
tools in Revit Architecture 2011 including surface panelization, adaptive
components, and creative panel families. A basic understanding of Revit
and some modeling experience will be helpful for those attending this
lecture.
This class builds on the topics covered in "Parametrics Laid Bare: Panels AB316-1L        Hands-On Lab
and Adaptive Components in Autodesk Revit". To make effective adaptive
panels, trusses, columns, pseudo-stairs, louvers, and assorted
widgets—users need a solid foundation in techniques for building
parametrically driven families in the Core Modeling environment. This
toolset offers an enormous amount of flexibility, but requires a distinctly
new Revit approach to the construction of these families. The attendee will
learn the fundamental skills necessary to build Panel By Point and
Adaptive Component families. The class will focus on understanding and
diagnosing the behavior of these families, and best practices for creating
predictable behavior. Attendees will be exposed to the use of a Divided
Surface as an array tool and how to apply Reporting Parameters to get
information out of their models. At the end of this lab, the attendee should
be ready to directly execute the topics introduced in the lecture.
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                        Class Description                                         ID          Type
Construction documents involve more than simply developing a building          AB319-2    Lecture
model. You still need to generate construction details that go beyond
what you can realistically represent with model geometry. This class will
walk you through the process of creating details from the building model
that effectively leverage existing model geometry and 2D drafting
techniques to create complete and accurate construction documents in
Autodesk Revit Architecture.
Construction documents involve more than simply developing a building          AB226-1V   Virtual Class
model. You still need to generate construction details that go beyond
what you can realistically represent with model geometry. This class will
walk you through the process of creating details from the building model
that effectively leverage existing model geometry and 2D drafting
techniques to create complete and accurate construction documents in
Autodesk Revit Architecture.
Construction documents involve more than simply developing a building          AB210-1V   Virtual Class
model. You still need to generate construction details that go beyond what
you can realistically represent with model geometry. This class will walk
you through the process of creating details from the building model that
effectively leverage existing model geometry and 2D drafting techniques
to create complete and accurate construction documents in Autodesk
Revit Architecture.
Give me your most impossible Autodesk Revit Architecture models and I'll       AB333-3U   Unconference
quickly show you how to get useful analysis out of it using Autodesk
Ecotect®, Autodesk 3ds Max®, or Autodesk Green Building Studio®.
Attendees are invited to bring models of current projects that they are
working on. Attendees with difficult or large models should supply these
along with building descriptions ahead of time. For less-complicated
models, you can just bring these to the class for a quick turnaround time
on useful building analysis.
This class will focus on getting the plans out the door. We will discuss the   AB416-3    Lecture
process for effectively producing great looking floor plans, with a focus on
walls, doors, windows, rooms, areas, color fills and schedules. This class
follows the "Horizontal Approach", which was developed to reduce the
learning curve while taking advantage of the strengths of Revit. We will
work from the Conceptual Design Floor Plan template that was created
and developed by the Design Technology Managers at WATG. We will
dissect a few of the custom families created for this template file.

In this class, we will present workflow strategies that eliminate unforeseen AB226-1C     Product Clinic
errors when producing construction documents with BIM. As architects
and designers, we often begin projects with general information and are
asked to provide specific detail information in the form of working drawings
and specifications. Unfortunately, we forget sometimes that there is an "I"
in BIM, because the "M" is more fun! But the majority of the effort is
managing the numerous project-related owner requirements and product
data requirements. With the advent of Integrated Project Delivery (IPD)
methods, data flow becomes even more critical. This class will present
case studies of what adjustments to workflow some firms have done to
address the need for integrated BIM systems. This will include a
demonstration of a successful workflow through automated specifications,
BIM generated drawing annotations and keynotes, and project-wide
collaboration applications.
In this class, you will learn the powerful Conceptual Design Tools in        AB220-4      Lecture
Autoesk Revit Architecture 2011. You will learn how to use these tools to
create precise, free form designs quickly and directly. You will also see
how these tools integrate into and complement existing workflows and
products in the Autodesk portfolio.
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                         Class Description                                           ID        Type
This course will focus on the development of source files, which are useful AB234-4P        Lecture
tools for managing and organizing company, market sector, or client
standards without the headaches of having to keep everything in a single
project template. With source files, Revit project templates can remain
focused on core company standards. The source files can be resources
that are easily and quickly updated. They also make it easy for expert
professionals in your firm to contribute to your company's standards with
out fear of accidental change(s) to your basic or core standards.

Using real-world scenarios based on years of project experience, this class       AB427-4   Lecture
is designed to help project leaders maximize the potential of project teams
that are implementing building information modeling tools. Attendees will
have a better understanding of BIM technology and how it affects a team's
communication, collaboration, and decision-making processes. Special
emphasis will be placed on large team workflow, managing deliverables,
and working within Integrated Project Delivery (IPD). Whether you are a
project leader or responsible for training project leaders, this class is for
you.
This class is a case study involving the development of a 1.2 million             AB322-4   Lecture
square foot Veterans Affairs Medical Center located in Orlando, Florida.
The class will explore in detail the evolution of both the project and its team
members during the five-year journey from zero Revit® modeling
experience to the project's Honorable Mention by the AIA TAP BIM
Awards. We will explore how the BIM implementation plan and end
deliverables were molded by the project's many diverse factors, including
being a hard bid, design bid, build project with multiple bid packages,
design joint venture, VA pilot project using BIM, and overall scale of the
project.
As BIM continues to grow into the primary design process, we have to              AB220-1   Panel
learn how to adopt new ways of working with our design team. Learning
how to host BIM projects is the key to getting your consultants to help you
deliver on the promises of BIM. Having your consultant work on separate
models and then trying to reconcile once a week is just not working. In this
class, we will show you how to host a BIM model allowing all consultants to
access the model and see changes live (the way a single model
environment is supposed to work). We will look at what it takes to host a
BIM project in a single location and allow all consultants to access the
project at one time. This class will use virtualization techniques,
networking concepts, and workset management to support a hosted
environment.
How detailed is your Building Information Model required to be and what           AB419-3   Lecture
standards are you required to use with BIM? That may be determined by
someone else if you use the AIA Document E202. This class will look at
some requirements and ramifications of using the AIA E-202 BIM Protocol
Exhibit Document as published by the AIA in 2008. We will discuss BIM
standards, clash detection, software version, model components, levels of
development, and responsible parties as specified and detailed in the
document. Learn about the information requirements included in the
model at various stages of the project from pre-design through record
documents. This document can have a huge financial impact and we will
discuss how to use the E202 to help and not hurt you.

Architects typically work in a tight schedule in the early stages of the   AB419-4          Lecture
design process. As they develop conceptual designs for a project, they
must understand as much information as possible to evaluate and
determine the best option. Typically, whole building energy simulations
are too time consuming to be part of these early stage design evaluations,
and often the best intuition and best practices are used. This class will
outline a Revit®-based workflow to achieve rapid insight into the energy
and carbon implications of early design decisions. Based on that insight,
we will discuss actionable strategies to improve design performance, and
communicate that insight to the larger design team.
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                         Class Description                                        ID          Type
Architects typically work in a tight schedule in the early stages of the   AB422-3U       Unconference
design process. As they develop conceptual designs for a project, they
must understand as much information as possible to evaluate and
determine the best option. Typically, whole building energy simulations
are too time consuming to be part of these early stage design evaluations,
and often the best intuition and best practices are used. This class will
outline a Revit®-based workflow to achieve rapid insight into the energy
and carbon implications of early design decisions. Based on that insight,
we will discuss actionable strategies to improve design performance, and
communicate that insight to the larger design team.

For centuries, we have used certain conventions to represent a building   AB228-2         Lecture
design on paper. Some of those methods are being challenged by BIM,
which is forcing AEC professionals to rethink why we do things the way we
do. "We have always done it that way" is not acceptable anymore. In this
class, we will discuss Construction Documents production procedures that
we have modified in the light of BIM adoption. Some of these procedures
have been adopted by owners and federal agencies.

Do Building Information Modeling (BIM) and Autodesk Revit Architecture         AB231-3    Lecture
have anything to offer interior design firms? The answer is yes! Test-fits for
commercial interior design can leverage the capabilities of BIM. In this
class, we will explore how you can use Revit Architecture to explore,
create, and document an interior design project. This session will illustrate
the opportunities to use Revit Architecture for effective space planning,
area analysis, presentation, and construction documentation. You will learn
how to build basic elements in Revit, such as walls, doors, and glass
partitions. We will explore incorporating design sketches and DWG files
into the workflow. At the conclusion of this class, you should feel more
confident using Revit Architecture for commercial interior design, armed
with the specific knowledge that interior design professionals require to
take advantage of effective BIM on interior design projects.

Sections and elevations in AutoCAD Architecture have matured with each AB322-1            Lecture
release, so why are so few firms tapping into the full potential of these
features? In this class, we will explore the ins and outs of 2D
Section/Elevation objects. Can you say, "Give me all four elevations of this
building in one step, please?" Well, with callouts you can. In addition, the
powerful material definitions in AutoCAD Architecture make generating
sections and elevations, complete with surface and section hatching, a
snap. Finally, we will take a look at the built-in functionality and ways to
maintain edits automatically with each section or elevation update. And if
that isn't enough, recent versions of AutoCAD Architecture allow you to
generate a section or elevation using your model's layers. If you are ready
to begin stepping out of the plan and getting the most out of your AutoCAD
Architecture models, don't miss this class.

Still using AutoCAD Architecture 2011? Want to get more out of it? Then        AB231-2    Lecture
attend this class. We will review a whole list of tips and tricks to make your
3D model sing. We will also take a look at the Renovation tools that are
part of the 2011 release, and go over the Productivity tools that were
added as an extension in 2010. Get the most out of your AutoCAD
Architecture software—and teach this old dog some new tricks!

Still using AutoCAD Architecture 2011? Want to get more out of it? Then        AB214-1V   Virtual Class
attend this class. We'll review a whole list of tips and tricks to make your
3D model sing. We'll also take a look at the Renovation tools that are a
part of the 2011 release, and go over the Productivity tools that were
added as an extension in 2010. Get the most out of your AutoCAD
Architect, and teach this old dog some new tricks!
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                         Class Description                                           ID           Type
Still using AutoCAD Architecture 2011? Want to get more out of it? Then      AB234-5V         Virtual Class
attend this class. We'll review a whole list of tips and tricks to make your
3D model sing. We'll also take a look at the Renovation tools that are a
part of the 2011 release, and go over the Productivity tools that were
added as an extension in 2010. Get the most out of your AutoCAD
Architect, and teach this old dog some new tricks!
This product clinic will introduce attendees to CFD for the built            AB320-1C         Product Clinic
environment. Attendees will learn how to integrate CFD into BIM, how to
leverage Revit® models in CFD simulation, and how CFD is being applied
in new and retrofit construction designs.
While Revit Architecture is the tool to use for Schematic Design through     AB327-1L         Hands-On Lab
Construction Administration, when it comes to Conceptual Modeling, it still
lacks the tools found in AutoCAD. With the AutoCAD Revit Architecture
Suite you get a copy of AutoCAD 2011, so why not use its powerful
modeling tools to start the design process. From quick ideas using
Autodesk® Alias® Sketch, through more complex mesh creation,
AutoCAD 2011 is the perfect tool for Conceptual Building Design. Taking
these forms into a Revit Architecture Conceptual Mass Family and refining
it, then bringing this family into a Revit project, we will look at an
integrated process of Building Design that includes these two products.

This course will make use of an existing conceptual mass to begin          AB427-1            Lecture
developing the architectural Revit® model. The course will cover tips and
best practices for the initial massing model, and how it needs to be
developed in preparation for the creation of design documents as it goes
through the Schematic Design, Design Development, and Construction
Document phases. It will be focused around the Utah County Convention
Center.
Real-world projects require real-world solutions, and coordination between AB228-3U           Unconference
multiple models is imperative. What to setup and what to ask for—these
will be the concepts explored in this not-to-miss unconference class.

Learn how and why the stair objects work the way that they do. Creating         AB433-4L      Hands-On Lab
stairs in AutoCAD Architecture can be daunting with so many settings
available when placing a stair. Stairs are powerful and capable of having
many different configurations and shapes. Come to this class and learn
how to place a stair object that works for you in plan view and helps you
create accurate stair sections. Getting code-compliant stairs are an
important part of the safety aspect of a building, and we will set up stairs
per code. We will also create a stair with a 45-degree riser mid-turn in an
L-shaped stair, which is typical in many homes.

In this class, students will learn how to create families for posts, balusters, AB422-1       Lecture
panels, railings, stair nosings, and of course, those impossible-to-model
landings. Focusing on design for high-end commercial and residential
projects, this class will dive directly into the use of the Family Editor to
physically build the components needed. Once the families are
established, the class will move to Assembly in the project to expose the
difficulties designers face. The commercial portion of the class will cover
extruded steel with glass panels; the residential portion will cover custom
handrails and raised panels. You'll also learn how to design winding and
spiral staircases, as well as create custom materials with wood hatching
that you can apply to the stair components to give the stairs and railings
your personal touch.
The latest BIM technology from Autodesk provides firms with powerful               AB236-1C   Product Clinic
modeling capabilities that enable designers to explore a project's key
physical and functional characteristics digitally before it is built. Is your firm
equipped with the right knowledge and tools to change from your traditional
workflows to a modern, integrated project delivery process, and take
advantage of these capabilities? This class focuses on outlining a BIM
implementation workflow that considers the impacts to your organization,
and provides a road map on how your firm can adopt your own BIM best
practices and integrate technologies like Autodesk® Revit® Architecture,
MEP, and Structure; AutoCAD Civil 3D®; and Autodesk® Navisworks®
within it.
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                         Class Description                                          ID          Type
This hands-on lab will help further your understanding of Display Systems        AB333-4L   Hands-On Lab
in AutoCAD Architecture by providing detailed instructions for their creation
and management, and by developing Display Systems based on a typical
project setup and workflow.
Doug's Quik Tips is a regular and popular part of the AU Quarterly               AB234-3    Lecture
newsletter. In this class, Doug will cover many different quick topics on
various functions available in AutoCAD Architecture. There are a lot of
little nuggets of information inside the software that can make a user more
productive if the user just learns about them. This fast-paced class is
focused on covering so many different quick tips that all users should be
able to pick up something to help them in their job. Come see Doug
demonstrate more than 50 quick tips during this informative class. While
this class is focused on AutoCAD Architecture, many of the tips are also
applicable to AutoCAD and AutoCAD MEP. This class is updated from the
AU 2009 class.
This class will dispel the myth that you cannot use Revit for pre-design and     AB416-4P   Lecture
early design stages. You will learn about using native Revit tools during
the early design stages of a project and communicating those design
ideas. We will look at taking the program of space requirements document
to determine a building layout primarily using the inside-out design process
where the interior layout drives the general shape of the building. This
process is commonly used for buildings such as educational, medical, and
judicial where adjacencies and accessibility requirements determine
location. While native Revit functionality is not as robust as some third-
party solutions, it has planning capabilities that should not be overlooked.
The class will also look at methods to convey the design information to a
client in easily understandable ways. For example, we will create a letter
size room data sheet information page that can be used for each room in
your building.
Did you know that images of a building can be used to create a 3D model?         AB334-1V   Virtual Class
Well, it's true. Autodesk ImageModeler is a subscription-based application
from Autodesk that allows you to do just that! In this class, we'll look at
how images can be calibrated using points and measurements. Then we'll
take the time to mass up a building from those points and import it into
other applications for further use. If you do renovation work or need to
model existing buildings for facilities management, this class is just what
you're looking for.
Did you know that images of a building can be used to create a 3D                AB314-2V   Virtual Class
model? Well, it's true. Autodesk ImageModeler is a subscription-based
application from Autodesk that allows you to do just that! In this class,
we'll look at how images can be calibrated using points and
measurements. Then we'll take the time to mass up a building from those
points and import it into other applications for further use. If you do
renovation work or need to model existing buildings for facilities
management, this class is just what you're looking for.
Learn the tips and tricks for creating great energy models within AutoCAD        AB419-1    Lecture
Revit Architecture. Understand the typical problems that occur when
exporting your Revit Model to gbXML, and how to solve them. After this
class you will be able to: Cite the best practices for creating a Revit Energy
model; describe the problems that occur when modeling for energy
analysis in Revit; understand how Energy Analysis products see a BIM
model.
Too often, the transition to BIM is considered a parallel to the transition to   AB220-2    Lecture
CAD from the drawing board. This paradox is far from the truth, and the
process change associated with adopting BIM really makes this a
paradigm shift. This class will look at the history of CAD to appreciate
where we have been and then what is required to implement and adopt
BIM throughout an organization. This will include how the shift affects
processes, and the process changes required along with the preparation
and implementation of a BIM solution. We will look at performing a full
analysis of the workflow and ensuring your house is in order to make the
transition to BIM as seamless as possible. Also, we will discuss future
technologies (4D and 5D) and how these fit into the BIM environment. A
must-see class for all considering a new direction in technology.
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                         Class Description                                           ID         Type
Too often, the transition to BIM is considered a parallel to the transition to    AB223-3U   Unconference
CAD from the drawing board. This paradox is far from the truth, and the
process change associated with adopting BIM really makes this a
paradigm shift. This class will look at the history of CAD to appreciate
where we have been and then what is required to implement and adopt
BIM throughout an organization. This will include how the shift affects
processes, and the process changes required along with the preparation
and implementation of a BIM solution. We will look at performing a full
analysis of the workflow and ensuring your house is in order to make the
transition to BIM as seamless as possible. Also, we will discuss future
technologies (4D and 5D) and how these fit into the BIM environment. A
must-see class for all considering a new direction in technology.

A panel discussion on the future trends of building design technology.            AB322-5U   Unconference
Where are design technologies headed? What do new advances afford
the profession. What is the ideal design technology solution? This class
will be half panel presentation and half Q&A.
This class is a panel discussion on the future trends of building design          AB319-4    Panel
technology. Where are design technologies headed? What do new
advances afford the profession. What is the ideal design technology
solution? This class will be half panel presentation and half Q&A.
This class will show you how to leverage your family building knowledge by        AB327-4    Lecture
moving beyond static families and empowering you to create parametric
marvels. Learn some of the essential math and formulas you need to know
to help drive geometry based on required relationships, evaluate and
restrict user input to set ranges, use Boolean operations to control visibility
based on other parameter values, and discuss parameter naming
strategies. We will also look at advanced formula examples that calculate
complex geometrical relationships to achieve seemingly impossible
results.
How does Building Information Modeling (BIM) enable engineers and                 AB416-2L   Hands-On Lab
architects to design better-performing buildings from the beginning? This
lab focuses on an integrated design process using BIM and simulation
software. We will work through examples for a hands-on understanding of
best practices for modeling and analysis. The examples include a skin-
load-dominated and an internal-load-dominated building to provide
exposure to a variety of building types and analysis issues. Get your hands
dirty working with several software programs, including Revit®, Autodesk®
Revit MEP, Autodesk Ecotect®, Autodesk Green Building Studio®,
Autodesk 3ds Max® Design and more. This lab includes both technical
how-to training and the use of outside resources to aid in the design
analysis process.
This class provides real-world examples of modeling and documenting an            AB223-2P   Lecture
integrated architecture and interior design project. The focus is on best
practices for sharing, working, creating, and documenting the model. We
will cover project setup, file linking, worksets and worksharing, grouping,
materials, interiors modeling, scheduling, and interior family creation.

It is important to think in terms of sculpture when creating complex form in AB427-3         Lecture
Revit. Sculptural form is often created as an additive process. But
complex sculptural form may also be created as a subtractive process,
carving away more geometry than you actually need. In this sense, the
Void tool is incredibly powerful for creating complex form in Revit. We will
be discovering the Void tool as well as creating form both parametrically
and intuitively. Please keep in mind this class is not about creating
complex form that must become a building. This class is about creating
complex form for its own sake much like sculpture. However, the
processes could be used to create many things: furniture, fixtures, curtain
panels and walls. Or then again—just sculpture.
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                         Class Description                                          ID          Type
It is important to think in terms of sculpture when creating complex form in     AB338-1V   Virtual Class
Revit. Sculptural form is often created as an additive process. But complex
sculptural form may also be created as a subtractive process, carving
away more geometry than you actually need. In this sense, the Void tool is
incredibly powerful for creating complex form in Revit. We will be
discovering the Void tool as well as creating form both parametrically and
intuitively. Please keep in mind this class is not about creating complex
form that must become a building. This class is about creating complex
form for its own sake much like sculpture. However, the processes could
be used to create many things: furniture, fixtures, curtain panels and walls.
Or then again—just sculpture.
It is important to think in terms of sculpture when creating complex form in     AB326-1V   Virtual Class
Revit. Sculptural form is often created as an additive process. But
complex sculptural form may also be created as a subtractive process,
carving away more geometry than you actually need. In this sense, the
Void tool is incredibly powerful for creating complex form in Revit. We will
be discovering the Void tool as well as creating form both parametrically
and intuitively. Please keep in mind this class is not about creating
complex form that must become a building. This class is about creating
complex form for its own sake much like sculpture. However, the
processes could be used to create many things: furniture, fixtures, curtain
panels and walls. Or then again—just sculpture.
Intel is currently converting existing factories to the next generation of       AB333-2    Lecture
semiconductor manufacturing technology. To remain a step ahead in a
very competitive environment, Intel is moving toward using 3D CAD and
BIM for equipment install in these existing facilities. In this class, we will
walk through a case study of how 3D federated models were used to
enable greater efficiency for the installation of manufacturing equipment at
an Intel facility. We will cover laser scanning to capture field conditions,
creating a background model in CAD using the laser scanning data,
creating equipment blocks from vendor-supplied digital prototypes,
construction model creation by the trades, and federated model creation
and clash detection using Autodesk® Navisworks®. We will discuss what
went well in the project and what lessons we learned for improving the next
modeling effort.
It is not as scary as you think. Once you have done a project or two in          AB314-1V   Virtual Class
Revit®, it is natural to start working together towards Integrated Project
Delivery (IPD). This class will walk you through the steps of sharing
models between disciplines, such as architectural, structural, civil and
mechanical/electric/plumbing (MEP). We will share our tried and true
experience with the tools you need (linking, exporting, shared coordinates,
copy monitor, and interference checking) and list the questions you need
to ask your team members to ensure a smooth process.

It is not as scary as you think. Once you have done a project or two in     AB328-2V        Virtual Class
Revit®, it is natural to start working together towards Integrated Project
Delivery (IPD). This class will walk you through the steps of sharing
models between disciplines, such as architectural, structural, civil and
mechanical/electrical/plumbing (MEP). We will share our tried and true
experience with the tools you need (linking, exporting, shared coordinates,
copy monitor, and interference checking) and list the questions you need
to ask your team members to ensure a smooth process.

Back by popular demand! If you are just getting started with energy            AB234-6V     Virtual Class
modeling at your design firm or want a crash course in how to use these
tools to improve your designs, meet LEED® or other energy guidelines, or
win new business, this is the class for you! You will learn how to create
your model properly and bring it into Autodesk Ecotect and Autodesk
Green Building Studio to estimate energy costs, determine LEED credit
potential, select efficient materials, maximize daylight, analyze photovoltaic
potential, and create shading devices to reduce glare and solar heating.
This class has it all! I am also teaching an advanced-level class for those
who took this class last year.
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                        Class Description                                       ID           Type
Back by popular demand! If you are just getting started with energy           AB222-1V   Virtual Class
modeling at your design firm or want a crash course in how to use these
tools to improve your designs, meet LEED® or other energy guidelines, or
win new business, this is the class for you! You will learn how to create
your model properly and bring it into Autodesk Ecotect and Autodesk
Green Building Studio to estimate energy costs, determine LEED credit
potential, select efficient materials, maximize daylight, analyze
photovoltaic potential, and create shading devices to reduce glare and
solar heating. This class has it all! I am also teaching an advanced-level
class for those who took this class last year.
Sure Revit can do walls, doors and even furniture…but what about              AB416-5    Lecture
finishes? If you are responsible for interior design and have tried using
Revit to produce finish plans or interior elevations, you may have come up
a little short. Sure Revit has Materials and yes, we are in a BIM world, but
material and "finish" are not the same thing, and modeling is not always
the answer. In this class, we will explore how far we can push our Revit
model and learn what to do when modeling proves impractical. Want to
make detailed finish plans? Want to call out multiple finishes on the same
elevation or detail complex floor tile patterns complete with quantities?
Revit can do all of this, just maybe not exactly the way you would expect. If
you are stalling on giving Revit a try because you assumed it did not do
much for interiors, think again. Come to this class and see how Revit can
help you make a strong finish (plan)!

This hour-long class examines innovative solutions using various related    AB220-6C     Product Clinic
Autodesk tools to enhance the visualization of complex fabrication
processes and models. Examples from the shipbuilding industry will
illustrate how factors such as fabrication volume, center of gravity, and
down-hand welding are successfully quantified and managed.

Do you want to become an Revit master? In this fun and informative class, AB312-1V       Virtual Class
you'll learn a host of Revit tips and tricks that you can take home and use
every day. Learn how to make your drawings look exactly the way you
want, quickly create custom tags, share coordinates, adjust the
appearance and structure of walls without having to create new wall types,
create sloped walls and other sophisticated shapes, and more. Whether
you're new to Revit or a seasoned veteran, you'll learn something
new—guaranteed to make you even more productive.
Do you want to become an Revit master? In this fun and informative            AB328-1V   Virtual Class
class, you'll learn a host of Revit tips and tricks that you can take home
and use every day. Learn how to make your drawings look exactly the way
you want, quickly create custom tags, share coordinates, adjust the
appearance and structure of walls without having to create new wall types,
create sloped walls and other sophisticated shapes, and more. Whether
you're new to Revit or a seasoned veteran, you'll learn something
new—guaranteed to make you even more productive.
A curtain wall system is not just a tool for curtain wall or storefront. When AB224-7C   Product Clinic
you think outside-the-box, it can become a powerful design and
documentation tool in Revit. We will showcase how to use and customize
a curtain wall system in Revit to solve some of the common but complex
design problems. This class will explore the possibility of creating a family
using the characteristics of a curtain wall system for another purpose. We
will unfold all the secrets of what a curtain wall system can do for you.
These skills will not only benefit individual Revit users but also the entire
project team.
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                        Class Description                                         ID          Type
The Curtain Panel by Pattern, Adaptive Component, and Divided Surface          AB223-1    Lecture
in Revit is a powerful toolset for creating virtually anything. Mastery of
these tools can allow your teams to address a wide variety of built
conditions that would have been more challenging or impossible in the
past. The Core (Conceptual) Modeling families provide an environment to
create complex geometry that can be used throughout the project
documentation process. This course will focus on the key approaches to
constructing these highly parametric families, including rig development
and dynamic 3d arrays. There will be live demonstrations of the critical
techniques while also presenting a variety of examples of how to employ
and apply these tools.
This class will help the typical architectural user learn how to create        AB319-3    Lecture
personal palettes and temporary palettes to help them be more efficient.
While your company may have standard palettes that are typically used,
there are many times that additional personal palettes are very helpful. It
is very easy to create palettes on-the-fly with tools that help you on a
temporary basis as well, such as specific door sizes and types being used
on a project. Palettes are very versatile and many functions can be
performed by tools on a palette. You will see how to add various types of
tools to the palette, such as: door, window, and wall styles with predefined
settings, predefined hatches, AutoCAD block library, and custom
commands. We will discuss creating, grouping, and customizing the
appearance of palettes, as well as the creation of various types of tools,
especially those tools available in AutoCAD Architecture but not in
AutoCAD.
This class will help the typical architectural user learn how to create        AB340-1V   Virtual Class
personal palettes and temporary palettes to help them be more efficient.
While your company may have standard palettes that are typically used,
there are many times that additional personal palettes are very helpful. It
is very easy to create palettes on-the-fly with tools that help you on a
temporary basis as well, such as specific door sizes and types being used
on a project. Palettes are very versatile and many functions can be
performed by tools on a palette. You will see how to add various types of
tools to the palette, such as: door, window, and wall styles with predefined
settings, predefined hatches, AutoCAD block library, and custom
commands. We will discuss creating, grouping, and customizing the
appearance of palettes, as well as the creation of various types of tools,
especially those tools available in AutoCAD Architecture but not in
AutoCAD.
This class will help the typical architectural user learn how to create        AB330-3V   Virtual Class
personal palettes and temporary palettes to help them be more efficient.
While your company may have standard palettes that are typically used,
there are many times that additional personal palettes are very helpful. It
is very easy to create palettes on-the-fly with tools that help you on a
temporary basis as well, such as specific door sizes and types being used
on a project. Palettes are very versatile and many functions can be
performed by tools on a palette. You will see how to add various types of
tools to the palette, such as: door, window, and wall styles with predefined
settings, predefined hatches, AutoCAD block library, and custom
commands. We will discuss creating, grouping, and customizing the
appearance of palettes, as well as the creation of various types of tools,
especially those tools available in AutoCAD Architecture but not in
AutoCAD.
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                        Class Description                                      ID          Type
Firms are no longer questioning whether nor not to switch to BIM. Instead, AB330-4      Lecture
they are questioning how to best make the transition. Should the entire
firm switch at once or by project? How should we staff and organize for
BIM? Indeed, most practices are now on the early to mid stages of BIM
adoption and it is likely this has created changes to the firm's culture and
workflow. It has made project managers relearn the staffing, workflow, and
management of projects using Revit®. Furthermore, it has also forced
them to provide and manage brand new services related to performance-
based design and analysis. In this presentation, we will discuss moving
from 2D to BIM and using a BIM-based approach to design. We will use
real-world examples to highlight the pitfalls and successes in BIM
transitioning, with special attention to project management issues like
staffing, design expectations, workflow, ROI, and office culture.

Thinking of adopting a BIM process in your office? It's more than just       AB327-1    Lecture
software and training. Don't get burned by unforeseen circumstances and
situations. This two hour class will expose issues that every AEC
professional contemplating BIM needs to be aware of to succeed.
Additionally, real-life case histories of firms that have both struggled and
excelled with BIM will be presented by three industry consultants who have
been "in the trenches", assisting firms of all types adopt BIM technologies.
Topics covered will include everything from business and staffing issues to
technology and IT concerns.
Thinking of adopting a BIM process in your office? It's more than just       AB330-2U   Unconference
software and training. Don't get burned by unforeseen circumstances and
situations. This two hour class will expose issues that every AEC
professional contemplating BIM needs to be aware of to succeed.
Additionally, real-life case histories of firms that have both struggled and
excelled with BIM will be presented by three industry consultants who
have been "in the trenches", assisting firms of all types adopt BIM
technologies. Topics covered will include everything from business and
staffing issues to technology and IT concerns.
It's time to make OOTB schedules work for you! Learn tips and tricks on AB327-2         Lecture
everything from formulas to graphics, in order to push the envelope on
what schedules can do. Replace your need for external spreadsheets and
time-consuming mtext and 2D line work editing with automatically updating
schedules that contain accurate, consistent, and relevant information that
looks great in your drawing set. Learn how to implement automatic
schedules into your current design team workflow to get the maximum
benefit. Create working schedules for information like square footage and
life safety occupancies to inform your designs from the very beginning.
Need a window schedule that shows what each window looks like?
Discover how to link graphic representations to your AEC objects' styles to
have them display as part of your schedule!

This hands-on lab is designed specifically for AEC building professionals    AB430-1L   Hands-On Lab
looking to use AutoCAD® Revit beyond modeling and drafting. This class
will help you use Revit to develop the building program earlier on by
integrating old-school design techniques with technology strategies. We
will look beyond conventional conceptual massing and cartooning of forms
and shapes. We will explore how conceptual is not all about massing, but
rather discovery through iteration, calculation, and quantification. We will
show how to implement four key strategies to provide alternatives:
conceptualization and visualization, building form and parametric
manipulation, building construction and materials estimating, and building
energy and lighting analysis.
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                         Class Description                                           ID          Type
The class will be a comprehensive how-to on employing the tools of                AB330-1    Lecture
Autodesk® Revit Architecture to successfully implement interior
requirements within your model. Covering each design phase, the class
will go over how Autodesk Revit Architecture can assist, from
programming to construction documentation. Using a real world case
study, we will walk you through the design phases and discuss custom
parameters you need to create for acquiring more information out of your
model to share across disciplines. The class also involves generating
interior details, and standardizing details and sheets within a multidiscipline
firm.
Not sure if your Autodesk® Revit Architecture project templates have too          AB433-3U   Unconference
much or too little in them? Not sure if you have too many or too few project
templates in general? Wondering what items you should focus on when
building a project template for your company? In this open-forum class,
you are encouraged to share what your company has done and learn ideas
from others.
This class will provide a thorough overview of Revit rooms and spaces.            AB312-1C   Product Clinic
Autodesk Revit Architecture uses rooms and Autodesk® Revit MEP mainly
uses spaces. Having a solid working knowledge of how these elements
work in Revit can improve your BIM results.
This extended hands-on class includes detailed coverage of the                    AB419-5L   Hands-On Lab
scheduling capabilities of AutoCAD Architecture and AutoCAD MEP. Learn
the basics of creating custom schedules for virtually any object you can
draw or model. Tackle the more advanced property definitions, such as
Location, Project, Classification, Anchor and Material. Discover the tricks
for tagging and scheduling objects embedded in the external references of
a large project.
Through this class you will gain an understanding of several different            AB240-1C   Product Clinic
techniques and tools that enable you to model your project site in Revit.
This will include topographic surface creation, terrain modeling, and the
layout of streets, sidewalks, parking lots, and other site components. Find
out how these components can be edited and their locations updated,
maintaining their relationship with the topo surface. Explore how this site
model can be shared with your in-house civil engineers or consultants for
further collaboration as the site advances through its design stages.

In today's highly collaborative environment, most successful projects          AB422-2       Lecture
leveraging building information modeling (BIM )processes are seldom
executed in a silo. Properly forecasting the organization of BIM models
from the beginning is key to successful projects with distributed teams.
With so many varying types and complexities of resources to consider,
even experienced project and model managers can easily overlook
portions of this data. Having explored an expansive array of team
configurations, Perkins+Will developed a free tool to aid in charting
resource planning and increasing long-term project performance through
effective infrastructure utilization. This tool can also raise awareness about
the need for models distribution and its potential complications if avoided.
These and many other questions will be addressed as Hilda and Dan
share how to put this invaluable tool into practice.

Attendees will learn methods and workflow for using Autodesk Revit                AB433-2    Lecture
Architecture during early design phases through a series of scenario-
based presentations and examples. This class will also introduce the
hidden power of formula-driven design techniques within Autodesk Revit
Architecture. Upon completion of this class, attendees understand how to
implement Autodesk Revit Architecture during early design stages.
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                         Class Description                                          ID          Type
Are you considering a change? Is it time to make the move? Do you have AB333-1              Lecture
the right attitude to use Revit Architecture? You may need to make
changes in staff and rethink the way you do design. We will look at many
of these issues and help ease your transition. If you already know how
objects work in AutoCAD Architecture, and you know how a building is put
together, then you are more than halfway home. Revit will help you
continue on your BIM journey and help set you up for post-design use.
Don't merely create drawings with your CAD package. Instead, create
entire building designs!
Join Revit® instructors Steve Stafford, Dave Fano, Jeff Hanson, Harlan       AB228-4        Panel
Brumm, Tobias Hathorn, Greg Demchak and Erik Egbertson to discuss
teaching Revit Architechture in a university setting and answer your
questions about how best to engage and prepare students. Listen as we
discuss best practices for teaching Revit, principles to focus on to further
understanding of BIM, and ways to engage a new generation of architects.

Learn how to leverage all the benefits of a template file, plus worksharing,     AB316-1C   Product Clinic
worksets, shared coordinates, and more. The class will be useful for
architecture-only firms, but really advance the project setup process for
multi-discipline firms. During the class, we will demonstrate how to set up a
pre-linked project and use it as a template. The steps required to
implement this in your firm will also be covered. This class applies to all
three "flavors" of Revit: AutoCAD® Revit Architecture, AutoCAD Revit
Structure, and AutoCAD Revit MEP.
This is the class to get the most detailed, comprehensive, step-by-step          AB419-2    Lecture
instruction on how to completely set up and configure AutoCAD
Architecture so that everyone in your office is standardized. This class is
presented by a licensed architect who has spent the last several years
successfully implementing AutoCAD Architecture for firms as small as one
office of four, and as large as multiple offices in different countries. This
stuff is definitely not in the Help menu.
This class presents a quick review of 3D printing technologies followed by       AB232-1C   Product Clinic
examples of different applications for 3D prints in the AEC industry. The
class will demonstrate why 3D printing is emerging as a cost-effective
visualization solution to complement BIM.
This class is going to be about Categories in Revit. People have talked          AB231-1U   Unconference
about letting people create their own, adding particular ones, or even
letting users reassign system families on the fly. We will talk through the
consequences and benefits and sum up our recommendations to the
factory. Unconference discussions are the best possible place to get a
bunch of Revit geeks together with people from the factory to talk about
what could get better in our favorite program. This year, I am entering a
series of topical discussions to help us (the users) define in a group setting
what we want Autodesk to do with these parts of the program. The voting
process should pretty clearly show what you all are most interested in
when it comes to improving some of Revit's core features.

Multiple tools available inside of Revit allow you to do a preliminary energy AB427-2L      Hands-On Lab
analysis on your designs. These tools allow you to analyze building form
and envelope options, as well as solar radiation levels and sun/shading
options. Being able to understand these decisions early in the design
process can have a large impact on the overall energy performance of
your final design solution. Using these tools, you will be able to offer the
best design solutions to your clients as part of your standard design
practice. You will be able to visualize and present multiple design options
to your clients. Energy analysis can become part of your typical workflow
and does not have to be an additional service. Get ahead of the
competition and learn how to utilize the tools you have at your disposal
today.
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                        Class Description                                         ID           Type
Learn about the critical role that programming and early design play in         AB228-5C   Product Clinic
building information modeling (BIM). BIM has traditionally focused on the
modeling and detailed design stage of building projects, which does take
into account the program and client requirements captured much earlier in
programming, and conceptual, and schematic design phases of a project.
Without integration between program and design, project teams deal with
significant knowledge gaps and a manual, time-consuming design
validation process. By postponing design-to-program analysis to the later
stages of building projects, project teams risk creating a design that fails to
meet the client's requirements, translating into costly rework. This class
highlights common gaps in project team workflows and discusses how to
use knowledge automation, integration, and early decision-making to
achieve efficiencies and cost-savings.

If you are skeptical that it can't be done easily, then I will see you soon. AB319-1       Lecture
We will explore what makes AutoCAD Architecture a successful BIM tool
and look at its powerful data capabilities. We will review several projects
that my firm has completed using this process, and discuss how your
company can benefit from BIM coordination. We examine powerful
modeling, information, and data linking with programs outside of AutoCAD
Architecture. We will explore proper setup and coordination of Autodesk®
Navisworks® with AutoCAD MEP and construction management firms.
We will investigate the use of AutoCAD Architecture as a BIM modeling
agent for successful 3D prototyping to create architectural models. We will
examine the powerful data tools in AutoCAD Architecture for site and
building programming. Finally, we will discuss where BIM is today and how
to leverage your AutoCAD Architecture software for production through the
construction documents phases.

This class features content developed for the book Mastering Autodesk         AB220-3P     Lecture
Revit Architecture 2011 (Wiley, 2010). Based on real world scenarios, you
will learn how to create custom wall types, apply appropriate modeling
techniques for walls, and utilize the full set of basic curtain wall tools to
your advantage. A special focus will be on the new conceptual curtain wall
tools in Revit Architecture 2011 including surface panelization, adaptive
components, and creative panel families. A basic understanding of Revit
and some modeling experience will be helpful for those attending this
lecture.
Schedules have been around for a while. But have you bothered to look at AB430-3           Lecture
all they can really do? Most likely your door schedule currently reports the
size and number automatically and almost everything else is just type-in
text. It is time to explore those Property Sets and put some more smarts
into your schedule. In this class, we will start by reverse engineering the
door-number-based-on-room-number solution in the out-of-the-box
offering. Next we will add classifications to filter the schedule selection,
add material properties to show door and frame materials automatically,
add anchor properties with formulas to automatically report the correct fire
rating, and explore list definitions to keep input confined to an "approved"
selection of choices. We will finish off by wrapping everything up in a nice
Tool Palette tool. You spend a lot of time placing doors. Shouldn't they
start giving you back a little something?

This class focuses on common issues that arise among building              AB430-2         Lecture
disciplines when collaborating to form a Revit® building information model
using different software, such as AutoCAD®, AutoCAD Civil 3D®,
Autodesk Ecotect®, Navisworks®, and Revit. Topics such as importing the
site design, orienting the building, and sharing coordinates within a
multidisciplinary team will be discussed. Additionally, working with other
software programs requires the Revit model to be prepared differently. The
preparation of the Revit model for use in AutoCAD, AutoCAD Civil 3D,
Autodesk Green Building Studio®, Ecotect, and Autodesk Navisworks®
will be demonstrated.
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                         Class Description                                         ID          Type
"AutoCAD has done a great job for us so far, but I am ready to start using AB433-1         Lecture
BIM." We have created some great 2D drawings as architecture,
engineering and construction (AEC) professionals, but it is time to move
forward. AutoCAD Architecture is just our first step down the BIM road.
We will see how transitioning from AutoCAD or any basic drafting package
to AutoCAD Architecture can be easier then you thought. We will explore
some of the powerful features available in AutoCAD Architecture that
improve production time and provide greater control over the drawing
process, simply by incorporating some basic architectural features into
your drawings. You will see the benefit of wall, door, and window styles,
and you will learn a faster and easier way to produce details. This class
does not move you completely to 3D, but gives you more tools to produce
your 2D drawings in less time, while creating a full 3D model.

The world is getting smaller—everywhere. For many AEC offices, it is            AB319-5    Lecture
common to work on projects throughout the world. Some are measured in
inches and feet, and some are located in countries that think in meters.
The average user is expected to master both systems, imperial and metric.
In both Revit and AutoCAD, understanding the underlying concepts and
knowing the few critical settings prevents most common problems. It also
allows you to take advantage of the not-so-obvious compatibility between
the system and the programs. This class explains how AutoCAD and
Revit differentiate between imperial and metric, what to watch out for when
annotating and printing drawings, and how to maintain one integrated
software system with minimal doubling of efforts. In the end, your
bathroom fixtures might be German, your tiles Italian. And have the people
measuring in millimeters ever wondered why their plywood is 19
millimeters thick?
Need help getting your family practices off to a good start? We will get        AB231-4L   Hands-On Lab
started with some basic family creation guidelines. We will work through
exercises that will guide you through some best practices for creating
families. The class will cover detail components, tags, line-based families,
and component families.
Learn how to use new and enhanced AutoCAD functionality to apply your           AC210-1V   Virtual Class
2D AutoCAD experience to the world of 3D modeling. In this class, you
will learn how to take your ideas from concept to completion by creating
and editing solid primitive objects—create smooth free-form shapes using
meshing tools, and leverage the power of surface modeling. You will also
see how to control selection and editing with subobject selection filters
and 3D gizmos, as well as learn valuable tips and tricks for navigating and
visualizing your AutoCAD model. If you thought 3D in AutoCAD was just
too hard, think again.
Learn how to use new and enhanced AutoCAD functionality to apply your           AC230-1V   Virtual Class
2D AutoCAD experience to the world of 3D modeling. In this class, you
will learn how to take your ideas from concept to completion by creating
and editing solid primitive objects—create smooth free-form shapes using
meshing tools, and leverage the power of surface modeling. You will also
see how to control selection and editing with subobject selection filters
and 3D gizmos, as well as learn valuable tips and tricks for navigating and
visualizing your AutoCAD model. If you thought 3D in AutoCAD was just
too hard, think again.
This class teaches a simple, direct approach to beginning 3D rendering for      AC231-2    Lecture
instructors, students, and design professionals. We will use various lighting
types to light and render the project. We will apply glass and other
materials from the Autodesk® materials library and user images. We will
also specify, save, and render multiple camera views of the design, and
then change the materials to create a different design.
If you want a plethora of power user tips, then be sure join Cadalyst           AC330-1    Lecture
columnist and author Lynn Allen as she takes you through a whirlwind of
productivity techniques that are certain to improve your everyday drawing
life. At a tip a minute, you are certain to discover some AutoCAD features
that will remove some of the tedium and boost your ability to meet project
deadlines.
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                         Class Description                                            ID       Type
If you want a plethora of power user tips, then be sure join Cadalyst           AC324-1V   Virtual Class
columnist and author Lynn Allen as she takes you through a whirlwind of
productivity techniques that are certain to improve your everyday drawing
life. At a tip a minute, you are certain to discover some AutoCAD features
that will remove some of the tedium and boost your ability to meet project
deadlines.
If you want a plethora of power user tips, then be sure join Cadalyst           AC340-1V   Virtual Class
columnist and author Lynn Allen as she takes you through a whirlwind of
productivity techniques that are certain to improve your everyday drawing
life. At a tip a minute, you are certain to discover some AutoCAD features
that will remove some of the tedium and boost your ability to meet project
deadlines.
Using FM:Interact™ software, we will demonstrate how easy it is to              AC316-6C   Product Clinic
implement an integrated proprietary FM system with your existing
AutoCAD® drawings and data. We will present insights into how to
prepare your existing AutoCAD drawings for the move to a proprietary FM
system and how to link them to that system. You will be shown how
polylines and extended entity data (XData) that already exist in your
drawings can be utilized as well as the benefits and productivity gains that
can be achieved. Not only will you be shown how AutoCAD can generate
the FM data you need, but how proprietary CAFM systems can make you
a consultant in your own field. For example, as an architect you can
become an FM consultant for your client, thus enhancing your revenue
stream on your projects. This class is for intermediate and seasoned
AutoCAD users who have yet to move to an integrated FM system. Users
of any version of AutoCAD who want to enhance their understanding of
proprietary facilities management systems and AutoCAD within the FM
function will also benefit from this in-depth class. Some prior experience
of facilities management will be helpful.
True layer management is more than just turning layers on and off. It           AC319-2    Lecture
involves creating a "look" for a drawing that is based on different layer
properties, knowing when something in your layers has changed, and
being able to identify what is wrong with your layers and quickly correct
them. Essentially, it means being in control over the day-to-day changes
that happen to your layers while you work—changes that you may not
even be aware of. AutoCAD provides a wide variety of tools for
manipulating and managing your layers. This class will provide an
overview of these different tools and how to put them to good use. We will
discuss everything from Layer States to Layer Walk as well as how to use
the Layer Translator, Layer Notification and Viewport Layer overrides.
Learn how these tools work and when to use them from one of the
AutoCAD developers who implemented them.
Whether you are an experienced AutoCAD user or you recently learned to          AC319-1L   Hands-On Lab
use basic 3D modeling tools, when the time comes to present your
architectural designs, the workflow for creating renderings can feel very
daunting. AutoCAD has very powerful AutoCAD Visualization Suite tools,
and understanding how to use them systematically, can help you
streamline the AutoCAD Visualization Suite workflow to create beautiful
renderings very quickly. This lab class will describe the steps for getting
from a basic 3D model to a final high-end rendering, covering concepts
such as modeling details, illumination, and using the new consistent
materials available in AutoCAD 2011. Join us to learn how easy it can be
to use AutoCAD Visualization Suite tools that you already have at your
fingertips.
This class is filled with time-saving tips and tricks that can be used to       TBD        Lecture
increase your productivity immediately. If you have attended previous
offerings of this class, don't miss this year! I have all new tips to expose,
including tips from the new and exciting AutoCAD 2011. Do you take
advantage of new tools or are you still doing things just like you did years
ago? Some of the best and most productive enhancing tools have been
introduced in recent upgrades. To take advantage of them, attend this
class and discover what might take you years to discover on our own.
Leave this session with the knowledge to dazzle your coworkers back
home. A great way to ensure yourself a ticket to attend next year.
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                         Class Description                                         ID          Type
This class is filled with time-saving tips and tricks that can be used to       AC220-3V   Virtual Class
increase your productivity immediately. If you have attended previous
offerings of this class, don't miss this year! I have all new tips to expose,
including tips from the new and exciting AutoCAD 2011. Do you take
advantage of new tools or are you still doing things just like you did years
ago? Some of the best and most productive enhancing tools have been
introduced in recent upgrades. To take advantage of them, attend this
class and discover what might take you years to discover on our own.
Leave this session with the knowledge to dazzle your coworkers back
home. A great way to ensure yourself a ticket to attend next year.

This class is filled with time-saving tips and tricks that can be used to       AC242-1V   Virtual Class
increase your productivity immediately. If you have attended previous
offerings of this class, don't miss this year! I have all new tips to expose,
including tips from the new and exciting AutoCAD 2011. Do you take
advantage of new tools or are you still doing things just like you did years
ago? Some of the best and most productive enhancing tools have been
introduced in recent upgrades. To take advantage of them, attend this
class and discover what might take you years to discover on our own.
Leave this session with the knowledge to dazzle your coworkers back
home. A great way to ensure yourself a ticket to attend next year.

It is rare to find really efficient use of space in the design of loading and AC316-4C     Product Clinic
public access areas in retail industry. This leads not only to wasted space,
but potentially, health and safety issues that can lead to accidents. The
range of conflicting requirements in these areas means that intelligent
planning of the space is essential. In this class, planners will learn how to
identify problematic safety spots and also how to optimize the space used
using 2D and 3D AutoCAD Visualization Suite tools. Through some
design examples, planners will learn how they can ensure that all vehicles
can operate on the site safely and efficiently.

This class will help those involved with transporting abnormal loads such    AC312-2C      Product Clinic
as wind farm components. When moving oversized loads, planners have
to investigate the proposed route and identify specific spots where the
vehicle might have a problem maneuvering. These days it is easy to find
and download mapping in various forms, and when they are in scale, they
can be attached to a CAD drawing for analysis. The next step is, of
course, the vehicle: planners will need all the dimensions of the vehicle
and the load being transported, and these types of vehicle often have
complicated steering mechanisms that must also be considered. Then the
fun starts. Join us to learn the fundamentals of complex vehicle modeling
and swept path analysis so you can confidently predict that they will indeed
be "gone with the wind" and not stuck on the bend.

This clinic will challenge participants to review their current drawing   AC230-2C         Product Clinic
templates and processes to improve drawing quality and reduce the time
needed to create any drawing. The use of a number of simple tools can
create a dramatic improvement. We will review a number of useful
strategies, including the use of keywords, BOM management, and LISP
routines.
This class outlines ten practical philosophies which lead to mastering    AC419-2          Lecture
AutoCAD. Gleaned from over 20 years of streamlining over 100 companies
a year, this class offers new and exciting techniques to take basic
AutoCAD beyond your wildest dreams. In past years, this class has
showcased some of the cleverest insights, workarounds, and techniques
used in the country and this year is no exception. Discover how to add
attributes to non-blocks, automate 20 steps with a single command, create
complicated line types and hatch patterns out of anything you can draw in
seconds, increase the speed of your AutoCAD session without spending
an additional dime, and much more.
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                         Class Description                                           ID          Type
This 60-minute class explores practical factors impacting the fabrication         AC234-2C   Product Clinic
process that need to be addressed before part drafting commences.
Participants will end up with a checklist that prompts users to review such
factors as drawing vice cutting tolerances, and highlighting the impact of
replacing pipe elbows with bent pipe runs as a design goes to production.

Learn how to maximize the power of the AutoCAD associative framework              AC319-3P   Lecture
for the creation of Parametric Surfaces and more intelligent blocks.

In this class, you will learn how to use a camera to store a viewpoint that AC419-1          Lecture
can be used later for viewing or rendering a scene. You will also learn how
to use clipping planes to suppress objects in the foreground or background
of a scene and how to create a walkthrough or flyby of a 3D model. We
will use animation settings to manipulate the appearance of your animation
and a motion path to control the smooth motion of the animation.

For many years, "vanilla" AutoCAD users have mistakenly (but                      AC228-3    Lecture
understandably) assumed that AutoCAD Map is a version of AutoCAD
made only for GIS-types who do mapping stuff. While AutoCAD Map is an
excellent technology for making maps, it is also a version of AutoCAD
made for users who don't make maps but need to connect databases with
AutoCAD geometry. This class demonstrates, from scratch, how database
records are created and linked to AutoCAD drawing geometry, how the
built-in Sequential Query Language (SQL) engine works, and how
AutoCAD geometry can be queried, analyzed, and reported. It also
discusses the benefits of externalizing AutoCAD data and provides
powerful reasoning and methods for making your AutoCAD information
available to your entire organization.
The simple wizard of the DataExtraction command makes it easy to query            AC430-2    Lecture
a drawing or set of drawings and extract the current values of every
property of every type of object, such as block insertions, attribute values,
the areas of circles, ellipses, and closed splines and plines, as well as
layer, coordinate, and other property values. It can also extract data about
the file itself including author, last editing date, and so on. The extracted
data can be saved directly as an Excel® spreadsheet or as an AutoCAD®
table in the source drawing or both. We will also study how to link any
Excel spreadsheet to an AutoCAD table, and by combining the two
capabilities, we will cover a clever trick that takes data extraction and
linking even further. The extracted data and linked tables can be updated
when anything changes.
Everything you wanted to know about dimensioning (styles, creating,               AC422-1L   Hands-On Lab
editing). Setting up, creating, editing, and managing dimensions can drive
a person crazy if you are not fully aware of what your options are. In this
class, I will take you through all aspects of dimensioning from start to
finish. From creating all the different types of dimensions to setting up their
appearance, and show you some tricks along the way, such as editing
dimensions without exploding, and how to keep those dimension styles to
a minimum using parent/child relationships to control their appearances
globally, but without sacrificing the way you would like them to appear in
your drawing. We will also walk through the Dimension Style Manager,
item by item and tab by tab, so that you can release yourself from the
dimensioning madhouse!
Learn to combine the power of Microsoft® Excel® with the power of                 AC427-3    Lecture
AutoCAD. This class will explore several ways you can use AutoCAD and
Microsoft Excel in tandem without programming. You'll be able to apply
everything learned in this class using an out-of-the-box installation of
AutoCAD and Microsoft Excel. Conventional concepts will include working
with Data Links to display, update, and manage Excel data from AutoCAD.
Lesser known concepts will include updating Update Block Attributes from
Excel tables, combining Data Extraction tables with Excel (Data Link)
tables, and writing AutoCAD script files using Excel.
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                        Class Description                                         ID        Type
Printing from Autocad is not a straightforward task. This class goes over   TBD         Lecture
useful tips and tricks to output plans in a more streamlined and easy way
and also create the corresponding PDF’s while you are printing.

The Sheet Set Manager is a valuable tool in CAD production, and one of       AC327-2    Lecture
the most effective features in the AutoCAD suite of products. Projects
from two sheets to 100 sheets can benefit from using the Sheet Set
Manager. The Sheet Set Manager is much more than a handy place for
keeping a list of drawings. This class will give you an understanding of the
potential uses for the Sheet Set Manager. Its organizational tools offer you
increased efficiency, increased consistency throughout project drawings,
and ease in publishing. You and your whole project team will benefit from
incorporating the Sheet Set Manager into your CAD practices.

If you have large directories full of drawings and content, then this course AC416-1L   Hands-On Lab
may be for you. Project Snap is a lightweight data management solution
that aggregates content from multiple sources and deeply indexes user
data, thereby connecting users to the data they need within the context of
their existing environments. There is no heavy IT investment, no need to
move your data, and you don't change your environment—we help you find
the data and bring it to you.
Real world data captured by laser scanner or total station are far away      AC226-2C   Product Clinic
from intelligent elements for AutoCAD® Architecture or Revit® or Plant 3D.
In brown field situations, we have to close the semantic gap between noisy
and structureless measured data and useful standardized objects. We
discuss good workflows and the needed type of pattern recognition
algorithms.
This class describes different methods and workflows to get real-world       AC328-1C   Product Clinic
measurements into AutoCAD. It covers data capturing using different kinds
of sensors (laser-based hand-held lasermeters, total stations and 3D laser
scanners, and digital cameras), the process of getting these data into
AutoCAD, and how to create real-world models based on these data.

If you ever need to make compelling presentations based on AutoCAD           AC422-2    Lecture
drawings or even AutoCAD models, this is the right place. If you are ever
in the need for some image editing or extended power for illustrating, don't
look further. Autodesk Alias Sketch for AutoCAD will help you create those
stunning presentations, and also have an impact on the way you approach
design in AutoCAD.
Another release of AutoCAD is here—are you getting the most out of it?       AC231-1    Lecture
Who has the time to check out every new feature when there are project
deadlines to meet? Join Autodesk Technical Evangelist and Cadalyst
columnist Lynn Allen, as she takes you through a tour of the latest features
and puts you on the road to instant productivity! Knowing Lynn, she's sure
to throw in some tips and tricks you can use regardless of the release you
are using.
Trying to get a project through planning sometimes feels like sitting your   AC318-1C   Product Clinic
exams again! It's a dilemma for planners who need to make best use of
their site but at the same time can't afford to have their project rejected.
Rejection can mean loss of credibility and increased cost—unless the
planner is paid by the hour. On the flip side, approving authorities need to
be sure that submitted designs do not include "tricks" to make them
appear more efficient. In this class, we will examine what planners can do
to prepare for authority approval and where AutoCAD® tools can help.
With the new audit functionalities, both planners and authorities can
examine drawings closely and avoid wasting time and effort.

The LT Unlimited blog has been serving up AutoCAD LT® tips, tricks, and AC224-1V        Virtual Class
news several times a week for over three and a half years. That's a lot of
tips! But if you don't have time to read through all the archives, this fast-
paced class presents a selection of the best hints, techniques, and
shortcuts posted over the years. We will cover topics ranging from drawing
to editing and annotation to plotting, and show you how to use features
from AutoCAD LT 2008 through AutoCAD LT 2011. It has something for
everybody!
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                         Class Description                                         ID          Type
The LT Unlimited blog has been serving up AutoCAD LT® tips, tricks, and         AC234-1V   Virtual Class
news several times a week for over three and a half years. That's a lot of
tips! But if you don't have time to read through all the archives, this fast-
paced class presents a selection of the best hints, techniques, and
shortcuts posted over the years. We will cover topics ranging from
drawing to editing and annotation to plotting, and show you how to use
features from AutoCAD LT 2008 through AutoCAD LT 2011. It's
something for everybody!
The LT Unlimited blog has been serving up AutoCAD LT® tips, tricks, and         AC433-1    Lecture
news several times a week for over three and a half years. That's a lot of
tips! But if you don't have time to read through all the archives, this fast-
paced class presents a selection of the best hints, techniques, and
shortcuts posted over the years. We will cover topics ranging from drawing
to editing and annotation to plotting, and show you how to use features
from AutoCAD LT 2008 through AutoCAD LT 2011. It has something for
everybody!
Let us assume that you upgrade AutoCAD every other version. That                AC427-1    Lecture
means you spend two years collecting fonts and hatches. Two years fine-
tuning your shortcut commands. Two years perfecting your toolbars and
menus, adding commands, and editing the button images. Now it is two
years later and time to move to AutoCAD 2011. Your question is "How the
#!@% do I migrate my customization?" In this class, we will discuss best
practices for creating customization that is easier to migrate. We will
examine the tools we can use to transfer toolbars, menus, and workspaces
from our old version to AutoCAD 2011. We will explain how to migrate
content from toolbars into the ribbon, and we will locate customized files in
the old version and determine where to put them in the new version. We
will also cover what customization can be shared and what items are
version specific.
If you want to customize your AutoCAD interface, but do not have the time       AC322-2    Lecture
or desire to learn the CUI Editor, this class is for you. This class teaches
basic customization skills. You will learn how to load toolbars, modify how
the ribbon looks on the screen, and even change the color of your screen
cursor.
Are you tired of calculating text height and dimension scale factors? Learn     AC416-3    Lecture
how to harness annotation scaling to create text, dimensions, hatch
patterns, and other annotation objects that automatically change their size
and placement when you change the scale of the drawing. You will see
how easy it is to apply annotation properties to text, dimensions, leaders,
blocks, attributes, and hatches. Learn everything you need to know to
create annotation styles and control the size of annotation objects in both
layouts and model space. You will be amazed at how easy it is and how
much time you will save.
Design for Production (DFP) principles have been used successfully in           AC238-1C   Product Clinic
many industries for decades and are employed to various degrees by
shipyards. One of the major challenges in any industry is to educate
designers on how to interpret and apply production constraints and facility
constraints to a design in an effort to reduce cost and fabrication
complexity. This class will cover the challenges with incorporating DFP
principles into a design and highlight techniques, best practices, and
software tools that can facilitate this process.
This class will introduce three dimensional (3D) modeling in AutoCAD. No        AC222-1C   Product Clinic
knowledge of 3D is required. You will learn how to see an object in three
dimensions and to visualize it rotating in space.
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                         Class Description                                           ID         Type
Designing new equipment for or installing equipment into an existing site       AC333-5      Lecture
for which there are no drawings or plans available requires capturing as-
built reality and turning it into usable CAD data. Photo-based reality
capture now offers a flexible and cost-effective solution. At Autodesk Labs,
we have developed technology to automatically turn a series of
photographs into 3D data. This data is then used in AutoCAD to create and
refine the 3D model or to create 2D drawings. Learn how to use this simple
and robust workflow, which has been used in the movie industry for years,
for various uses. You can model existing buildings, install new equipment
into existing environments for extensions or renovation, capture the as-built
state for construction progress verification, reverse-engineer historical sites
and objects for preservation, or monitor seaside landscape for erosion.

Designing new equipment for or installing equipment into an existing site       AC228-5L     Hands-On Lab
for which there are no drawings or plans available requires capturing as-
built reality and turning it into usable CAD data. Photo-based reality
capture now offers a flexible and cost-effective solution. At Autodesk
Labs, we have developed technology to automatically turn a series of
photographs into 3D data. This data is then used in AutoCAD to create
and refine the 3D model or to create 2D drawings. In this hands-on lab,
we will have machines loaded with photo-based reality capture software
and AutoCAD. You will be working with photographs that you take using
your own camera or with a camera we provide, or you can use images
already prepared in the computers. Working with photographs and
creating 3D data from them is fun. However, we want to observe, learn
how people work, and get feedback.

Are you a MicroStation user moving to AutoCAD? Is your company using AC228-2                 Lecture
both CAD packages? One of the first steps to success is understanding
the differences between these CAD packages, and to learn to think like
AutoCAD. This class is designed to familiarize the experienced
MicroStation users with AutoCAD and its functionality. Learn what makes
AutoCAD such a successful CAD package and how you can be more
productive in this environment. Learn how to leverage your MicroStation
knowledge so this transition can be less stressful. Attending this session
is guaranteed to improve your understanding of AutoCAD, an essential
skill if you are transitioning from another CAD package or working in a
multi-CAD environment.
This class explores the powerful capabilities available from the surfacing         AC223-3   Lecture
tools in AutoCAD 2011. Creating complex shapes like ship hulls and other
consumer products are possible with these new tools. Learn how to create
procedural and NURBS surfaces, and the tools available to control the
surface continuity between surfaces. Explore the associativity between
procedural surfaces and the curves that were used to create the surfaces.
Learn about editing the surfaces you create with tools like blend, patch,
offset, trim, extend, and fillet. Discover the capabilities of editing the control
vertices of the surfaces or the surface defining curves. Explore the surface
analysis tools available in AutoCAD 2011. Learn about combining surfaces
with solids to make shapes that are otherwise impossible to make. Extract
information from 3D models to generate the documentation required for
deliverables.

Modeling in 3D is fine, but eventually you need to produce 2D drawings. In AC322-3P          Lecture
this class, you'll learn about tools in AutoCAD® that let you quickly take 3D
models and represent them in 2D to create orthographic, section, and
detail views. Discover which methods let you quickly update your 2D views
when the 3D model changes. We'll look at each tool and consider the pros
and cons of each, to develop best practices suited to your particular
needs. Don't draw it twice—leverage the power of 3D to create your 2D
drawings.
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                          Class Description                                           ID          Type
Productivity through program has never been a friendly nor intuitive       AC312-1V           Virtual Class
process. Whether using LISP, VBA, or Menus and Macros, if you didn't get
the right syntax, it didn't work. Now since AutoCAD 2009, you can easily
build custom macros and commands simply by using AutoCAD. In this
class, we'll cover how to record, play, save, and share macros that
automate creating, editing, and modifying geometry, as well as simplifying
drawing maintenance and utilities, with one custom command.

Productivity through program has never been a friendly nor intuitive       AC324-2V           Virtual Class
process. Whether using LISP, VBA, or Menus and Macros, if you didn't get
the right syntax, it didn't work. Now since AutoCAD 2009, you can easily
build custom macros and commands simply by using AutoCAD. In this
class, we'll cover how to record, play, save, and share macros that
automate creating, editing, and modifying geometry, as well as simplifying
drawing maintenance and utilities, with one custom command.

Relationships are everywhere, from traditional relationships like family and AC333-2          Lecture
friends to wildly popular social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter.
But did you ever think that your AutoCAD® objects could have
relationships? They can, and those relationships can be a powerful tool
that can make you much more productive. Introduced in AutoCAD 2010
and now even more powerful in the 2011 version, the parametric drawing
tools will revolutionize the way that you draw and edit objects in AutoCAD.
This class will introduce you to parametric drawing in AutoCAD by using
both geometric and dimensional constraints to add intelligence to your
objects. If you have ever wanted to update geometry in your drawing
based on changes that you have made to other objects, or if you have
wanted to type a new value into a dimension and have the object update
based on this new value, then this class is for you.

The introduction of Parametrics into AutoCAD® in 2010 was one of the               AC416-2    Lecture
most important new features in recent years. AutoCAD 2011 further
enhanced this feature with added functionality such as inferred geometric
constraints. Parametrics are however not an easy concept for many
users, and real world applications and best practice strategies can be hard
to master. This class will take a structured approach to explaining the
parametric features and how best to utilize them to provide maximum
value to your design development.
Do you want to create professional-looking renderings? Learn how to                AC316-2P   Lecture
convert 3D AutoCAD drawings into finished, photorealistic renderings
using tools already built into AutoCAD. In this class, you'll learn how to use
the AutoCAD lighting, materials, and rendering tools to place lights, add
and adjust materials and textures, control the surrounding model
environment, and then produce eye-catching images. See how easy it is to
take several real-world models and create finished, photorealistic images
entirely inside AutoCAD.
Plants and other industrial facilities have accepted laser scanning as a           AC240-1C   Product Clinic
viable option for field measurements. How is scanning a more efficient
method for documenting existing conditions? What are the major
advantages and disadvantages of using scanning in the industrial facility
setting? What are some of the latest methods for going from field to
intelligent model, detecting pipes and fittings, finding clashes and ensuring
accuracy? Most importantly, how can it all be completed in AutoCAD®?
We welcome you to join us and find out for yourself.
Learn to apply several proven techniques into your AutoCAD environment             AC316-1    Lecture
that will negate the need for ibuprofen by removing headaches from your
plotting process. In this class, you'll get tips, tricks, and best practices for
achieving consistent plotting regardless of the selected device, or which
office a user is in. Advanced topics such as configuring PC3 files will be
complemented by several easy-to-apply topics like named page setups
and drawing templates. You'll walk away with a blend of thought provoking
ways to standardize plotting within your firm, ensuring your plans look as
professional as the designs you create.
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                       Class Description                                      ID          Type
Have you always wanted to play around with point clouds but your boss will AC427-4    Lecture
not buy you an expensive laser scanner? Come to this entertaining class
to see how it is possible to use "free" technology, such as Microsoft®
Photosynth®, to generate 3D point clouds from 2D photographs. See a live
demonstration of a real-world object being "captured" using nothing but a
digital SLR and then brought into AutoCAD® 2011 as a 3D point cloud. We
will also spend some time looking at AutoCAD 2011 point cloud
capabilities and the state of "reality capture" technology in the industry. A
separate session in the Customization and Programming track, "Integrate
F# into Your C# or VB.NET Application for an 8x Performance Boost," will
take a look more closely examine the technology shown in this session.

Many of you are still printing your CAD drawings the way you learned years AC419-3L   Hands-On Lab
ago. The class offers a thorough review of CAD printing, including a
comparison of the advantages and disadvantages of implementing any of
the many printing styles. Your will learn about some of the newer printing
techniques available, including how to use scripts and macros to simplify
the process of printing other peoples drawings. After taking this class, you
will be able to give your drawings to others and be confident that they will
retain the correct visual appearance when printed.

In the spring of 2010, Autodesk commissioned an independent study to       AC427-2    Lecture
measure the potential productivity gains that could be realized by
upgrading from AutoCAD 2008 to AutoCAD 2011, or from AutoCAD LT®
2008 to AutoCAD LT 2011. The results of that study were quite
astounding. This class will provide an in-depth look at that study and the
tools that can improve your AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT workflows.
If you are primarily doing 2D mechanical design and want to harness the    AC436-1L   Hands-On Lab
power of 3D mechanical part design, this class is for you! Through
practical examples and demonstrations, find out how you can take
advantage of the AutoCAD Inventor LT mechanical parts design to reduce
design errors and rework, improve collaboration with your suppliers and
customers, and seamlessly work with your AutoCAD LT data.

Statistically, roundabouts are safer for drivers and pedestrians than both AC326-1C   Product Clinic
traffic circles and traditional intersections. According to a study of
roundabouts in the United States, when compared with the junctions they
replaced, there were 40% fewer vehicle collisions, 80% fewer injuries, and
90% fewer serious injuries and fatalities. The capacity of a roundabout is
based on several variables including the number of entry and circulating
lanes, as well as subtle geometric elements, such as entry angle and lane
width. In this class, we will focus on good planning practices that can be
deployed to design a safe, high-performance roundabout. Join us to learn
how to achieve great roundabout designs, and at the same time save
precious development and testing time.

How do you verify your own product knowledge or that of your employees? AC223-2       Lecture
Becoming an AutoCAD Certified Associate or Certified Professional gives
you a credential that proves you have achieved a level of industry-
recognized performance competencies. Certification benchmarks can also
be used to determine skill gaps for assessing training needs. In this class,
you will learn more about Autodesk® product exams and specific
strategies to help you prepare for and pass them. You will also gain
valuable tips for successfully using AutoCAD to solve specific performance-
based drawing problems for the AutoCAD Professional Certification Exam.
Don't guess! Learn effective AutoCAD-specific preparation and test-taking
strategies, plus evaluate your expertise before you attempt any exam.
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                         Class Description                                         ID          Type
Tool palettes have been largely ignored by many users, and yet they are         AC327-1    Lecture
one of the most powerful features to increase productivity available for
AutoCAD® users. The problem is that most users do not understand the
basic philosophy behind them, and so get turned off by them because they
seem to be so different with each new release. The truth is that Autodesk
never intended for you to use them as they came out of the box, but
instead expected you to customize them. Many users will get that deer-in-
the-headlights glazed look in their eyes when I use the word customize,
but if you can drag-and-drop, then you can customize the tool palettes.
Tool palettes not only increase productivity, they also help ensure
adherence to standards. This class will teach you how to set them up, how
to use them, and if you are a CAD manager, it will show you how to
distribute them to your users.
Learn about the new Surface Modeling feature in AutoCAD, and how it can         AC327-3P   Lecture
be applied to the consumer product and architectural market. Understand
the potential for interoperability with Autodesk® Showcase®, Autodesk
Inventor®, and Revit®
This class is about creating your own Symbols from scratch. Learn to            AC226-1C   Product Clinic
create symbols from a PDF file, such as from a Web-based data sheet.
Learn to create a new symbol family, new submenu, and thumbnails for
the Icon Menu. Modify and make adjustments in the database, and add in
new data from lists in Microsoft® Excel®.
Are you using tables in AutoCAD to their fullest potential? Do you still        AC333-4L   Hands-On Lab
manually collect data from your AutoCAD file, manipulate it in some other
application, and import it back into AutoCAD as plain text and linework
objects? If so, you must attend this session and discover all the
possibilities available in the new table object. Take advantage of the
linking and calculation functionality to streamline your data needs.
Ever have a question about AutoCAD LT that you just couldn't find the           AC332-1C   Product Clinic
answer to? Maybe you are curious about exactly what it is that makes
AutoCAD LT different from the rest of the AutoCAD® family. Or maybe
there is a feature, command, or system variable that you have heard
about, but are not sure just what it is for. Here is your chance to get some
answers! Join AutoCAD LT technical expert, Kate Morrical, for a live Q&A
class all about AutoCAD LT. Specific topics will be up to you, the
participants; so think up some questions and get ready to join the
conversation.
Many people do not realize that AutoCAD Raster Design is more than              AC322-1    Lecture
simply a tool to embed raster images in AutoCAD drawings. This class will
introduce and demonstrate some powerful features of AutoCAD Raster
Design you may have missed. Familiarity with raster images and their use
is required.
Ribbon customization continues to be the key to productivity. This year we      AC228-1L   Hands-On Lab
will teach you to add sub-panels and a row to your customized Ribbon tab
and then incorporate it into a workspace. You will learn how to make your
Quick Access toolbar even quicker by adding a customized drop-down
menu of your favorite collection of commands. AutoCAD 2011's new
Polyline editing and object selection features will also be explored in a
practical application. This year's custom tool palette button will enable you
to add perfect single- or multi-line text every time to any drawing on the
planet. And finally, you will tinker with the new AutoCAD 2011 Hatch
options, then learn how to make your own hatch with the SuperHatch
Express Tool.
AutoCAD has been around for a long time. Most AutoCAD users are still           AC220-1    Lecture
using it in a 2D environment. That's OK! You may not realize it, but old
habits, bad habits, and inefficient commands and techniques may be
robbing you of productivity. You become more productive by using the
most effective methods to eliminate clicks and picks! In this class, you will
learn how to banish repetitive steps and tasks while enhancing your
knowledge with personal productivity knowledge that you will be able to
apply immediately.
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                         Class Description                                           ID          Type
AutoCAD has been around for a long time. Most AutoCAD users are still             AC332-2V   Virtual Class
using it in a 2D environment. That's OK! You may not realize it, but old
habits, bad habits, and inefficient commands and techniques may be
robbing you of productivity. You become more productive by using the
most effective methods to eliminate clicks and picks! In this class, you will
learn how to banish repetitive steps and tasks while enhancing your
knowledge with personal productivity knowledge that you will be able to
apply immediately.
AutoCAD has been around for a long time. Most AutoCAD users are still             AC338-1V   Virtual Class
using it in a 2D environment. That's OK! You may not realize it, but old
habits, bad habits, and inefficient commands and techniques may be
robbing you of productivity. You become more productive by using the
most effective methods to eliminate clicks and picks! In this class, you will
learn how to banish repetitive steps and tasks while enhancing your
knowledge with personal productivity knowledge that you will be able to
apply immediately.
Some processes in AutoCAD are about as exciting as washing an old pair            AC316-5    Lecture
of dirty socks. A thousand times. Every week. It is truly amazing how many
users have never learned how easy and powerful basic scripting is in
AutoCAD. In a nutshell, if you can type a thing in the AutoCAD command
prompt, then you can script it. This class explains how scripts can
automate the boring, redundant, mind-numbing, anally-retentive aspects of
your daily design, and wash them right out of your hair in seconds. It
demonstrates advanced scripting techniques that destroy myths regarding
scripting limitations, and it also introduces users to the utilities (including
the free Autodesk® ScriptPro utility) which easily apply scripts to batches
of drawings at a time.
Let's get unplugged and unconferenced and discuss concepts regarding              AC316-3U   Unconference
the use of MicroStation data within the AutoCAD environment. Do you use
AutoCAD but need to incorporate MicroStation data into your projects? Do
you receive MicroStation data from your consultants and want to discuss
best practices? Do you need to share your AutoCAD data with a
MicroStation consultant? If you answered yes to any of these questions,
attend this class to discuss how to manage your data effectively. This
session will take its direction from the attendees. So show up with your
best solutions or most puzzling questions, and let's share our knowledge to
improve all our lives!

Get the best results out of the AutoCAD new materials library, which is       AC333-1        Lecture
shared with Autodesk® 3ds Max, Inventor® and Revit®. Learn about the
new material properties, the interoperability scenarios, and how to make
impressive renderings with AutoCAD.
Your favorite Autodesk® product just crashed. Now, you are looking at a AC223-1              Lecture
Crash Error Report (CER) dialog asking you to send information about the
crash to Autodesk. Do you send the report or cancel out of the dialog? Is
there any value in sending the report or does it simply go into a black hole?
This class will show you what happens to the report when you choose to
send it to Autodesk, and how these reports help to improve quality of our
software. And more importantly, this class will demonstrate the potential
immediate- and long-term benefit to the end users who choose to send in
the reports.
Many companies utilize the tools that Autodesk® offers, helping them bring AC433-2           Lecture
their ideas from concept through design to creation. When the tools are
working right, AutoCAD® is great! When the tools are not working as
expected, we find ourselves asking "What the #!@% should I do now?" In
this class, we will take a look at how system variable settings can either
make AutoCAD your best friend or your worst enemy. We'll discover how
the interface settings may help in the drafting/design process, or how they
may derail it. Finally, we will discuss some tips and tricks to keep AutoCAD
in line so that its behavior will not adversely affect your AutoCAD design
process.
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                        Class Description                                       ID           Type
This class gives you hints and advice on how you can use laser scanner        AC322-5C   Product Clinic
data to derive models and plans of scanned objects inside AutoCAD. It
covers data import, definition of cloud sections, digitizing ground plans and
profiles, comparison of the as-built situation with designed structures, the
use of oriented images as additional high-resolution information for a
combined evaluation together with point clouds, evaluation strategies, and
methods.
Autodesk Subscription customers are invited to a cocktail reception to        SB432-1    Panel
learn about the future of the program and to mingle with fellow
Subscription customers. For quick entry to this session, please make sure
to wear your Subscription ribbon that you will receive at registration.

Would you like to have direct input into what Autodesk University looks like SB424-1     Panel
next year? Our goal is to provide you and your company with the best
value for your training and productivity budget. Join Autodesk Evangelist
Lynn Allen for an enjoyable lunch and a wide open forum. Tell it like it
is—what works, what doesn't, and how can we make AU 2011 the best
ever! The insight from this popular lunch has led to many changes over the
years. We want to know what Subscription customers are thinking. For
quick entry to this session, please make sure to wear your Subscription
ribbon that you will receive at registration on-site.

Come join the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) product SB225-1          Panel
management team to discuss what is new for Subscription customers.
Learn about how you can directly benefit, and provide the team with direct
feedback. Subscription customers who use Autodesk® products for the
architecture, engineering, and construction industry are welcome to attend.
For quick entry to class, please make sure to wear the Subscription ribbon
that you will receive at registration.

Come join the AutoCAD Product Management team to discuss what is          SB324-1        Panel
new for Subscription customers. Learn about how you can directly benefit
and provide feedback to the team. Subscription customers who use
AutoCAD platform products are welcome to attend. For quick entry to
class, please make sure to wear the Subscription ribbon that you will
receive at registration.
Come join the Autodesk Manufacturing product management team to           SB324-2        Panel
discuss what is new for Subscription customers. Learn about how you can
directly benefit, and provide the team with direct feedback. Subscription
customers who use Autodesk products for the manufacturing industry are
welcome to attend. For quick entry to class, please make sure to wear the
Subscription ribbon that you will receive at registration.

Come join the Media and Entertainment product management team to            SB225-2      Panel
discuss what is new for Subscription customers. Learn about how you
can directly benefit, and provide direct feedback to the team.
Subscription customers who use Autodesk® products for the media and
entertainment industry are welcome to attend. For quick entry to class,
please make sure to wear the Subscription ribbon that you will receive at
registration.
This year Autodesk is offering this new, step-by-step class on how to       SB422-2      Lecture
access and use Subscription benefits to your advantage. Discover how
using the software, learning, and support benefits of the program can
enhance your contributions to your company projects. Led by a member of
the Subscription team, you will have the opportunity to get answers to your
questions. This class is open to all Subscription customers, regardless of
what Autodesk software you use.
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                        Class Description                                         ID          Type
What is a private cloud and how does it differ from a public cloud? Can        BO234-1    Lecture
high performance workstations be replaced with a cloud? What are the
business advantages and cost differences of putting a cloud into
production? Why are clouds now a viable solution for the AEC
industry—what has changed? These and many other questions will be
addressed as the speakers share the details of how Little Diversified
Architectural Consulting and Perkins+Will put clouds into production as
high performance workstation replacements. Discover how running
Autodesk® products on private clouds can increase performance while
reducing infrastructure costs. Know what hurdles to expect when multiple
remote users run Autodesk products, and hear the solutions as both
companies' secrets are revealed. Dan and Chris will bring to life these
concepts that were published in the Autodesk book, Mastering Revit
Architecture 2011.
Hear from a panel of experts who have successfully implemented BIM             BO430-1    Panel
across Government building, transportation, and infrastructure projects
around the world. They will highlight key project examples and program-
wide efforts to improve their proficiency and profitability around BIM.
Explore how and where BIM is being written into contracts as a process
and deliverable. See how agencies, owner/operators, and AEC firms are
benefiting from their sustained BIM efforts, and gain new insights into how
you might do your BIM better next time.
Companies often make the mistake of embracing BIM as yet another               BO314-2V   Virtual Class
technology and tool. BIM is a complete process solution that integrates
within an organization structure. BIM is a business decision that pushes
companies in the AEC industry out of their comfort zone to explore new
ways of writing proposals, budgeting, staffing, and billing jobs in a
revamped approach.
Companies often make the mistake of embracing BIM as yet another               BO332-1V   Virtual Class
technology and tool. BIM is a complete process solution that integrates
within an organization structure. BIM is a business decision that pushes
companies in the AEC industry out of their comfort zone to explore new
ways of writing proposals, budgeting, staffing, and billing jobs in a
revamped approach.
You have started a user group and/or an online community and the first         BO416-1    Lecture
few weeks have gone pretty well. But what next? Is it getting harder to
keep the members coming, motivated, and inspired to contribute? Whether
you are currently leading or would like to create an online or face-to-face
community, this session will inspire you to take a leadership role and will
provide examples and tools to continue to maintain and develop a
successful community. You will hear from other leaders and find out about
resources that will make your job easier.
Many of you have had the feeling that it would be a great idea to start a      BO322-2    Lecture
user group or form an online community but have not had the tools to help
you get started. Others have started a user group or online community but
they have not been as successful as you would have liked. This session
provides guidelines and best practices for you to get your community up
and running and on the right foot right from the start. For those who would
have started and would like to do things better, this session provides you
with the means to reset and move forward with greater confidence about
your success.
In today's market, it is becoming increasingly important that we get the       BO319-1    Lecture
most out of the people who work for us. The best way to start is to hire the
right people in the first place, and then find ways to keep them. This class
will give you the simple HR tools, methods, and insights for finding
candidates, identifying the best ones for your organization, hiring them,
and keeping them. If you are in any way responsible for the hiring
decisions or the productivity of your team, then don't miss this class!
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                        Class Description                                      ID          Type
The BIM transition is proving more complex than the CAD transition; we      BO224-1V   Virtual Class
are implementing not only new software but a new way of working. We will
present lessons learned from two established multi-office, multidiscipline
firms that have successfully implemented this transition while producing
award-winning projects of a variety of scales and types. We'll focus on the
specific challenges with implementing BIM, case studies on training and
continuing support, ways to convince the senior staff to do BIM, standards
that minimize the learning curve, the differing needs of designers and
production teams, and practical solutions for common challenges. We'll
talk about managing and allocating resources in the context of a BIM
environment, how to manage the transition, ongoing challenges,
opportunities for education, new staff responsibilities and titles, and the
role of firm-wide leadership. Installing software is easy, building a BIM
culture is the real challenge. We'll show you how to do it.

The BIM transition is proving more complex than the CAD transition; we      BO236-1V   Virtual Class
are implementing not only new software but a new way of working. We will
present lessons learned from two established multi-office, multidiscipline
firms that have successfully implemented this transition while producing
award-winning projects of a variety of scales and types. We'll focus on the
specific challenges with implementing BIM, case studies on training and
continuing support, ways to convince the senior staff to do BIM, standards
that minimize the learning curve, the differing needs of designers and
production teams, and practical solutions for common challenges. We'll
talk about managing and allocating resources in the context of a BIM
environment, how to manage the transition, ongoing challenges,
opportunities for education, new staff responsibilities and titles, and the
role of firm-wide leadership. Installing software is easy, building a BIM
culture is the real challenge. We'll show you how to do it.

Project Management systems like Autodesk® Constructware® contain a           BO231-1   Lecture
wealth of business health and wellness data that is extremely valuable for
decision making—if it is presented in an up-to-date and useful manner.
The ability to successfully understand, assess and resolve project or
business challenges is directly related to our level of awareness. In the
world of "what gets measured gets done," seeing the reality of your project
situation is pivotal. Learn from a customer how they used the reporting
data extraction feature in Autodesk Constructware to report critical data in
combination with financial data from Deltek® Vision® and present it in a
dashboard format to provide timely information to decision makers. Learn
how to leverage your data by attaching it to an off-the-shelf reporting
system and reporting it through Microsoft® SharePoint®.

New and aggressive federal mandates for improved energy efficiency and BO322-1         Lecture
sustainable design in federal facilities are impacting building-related
management and project processes throughout the U.S. government.
Federal agencies must improve building energy performance for both new
and existing buildings in an increasingly demanding timeline that extends
until 2030. These performance mandates will change current building
practices, and also spur increased demand for software solutions that can
provide greater data and analytic support for building energy performance.
Architects and engineers will employ a range of software tools, including
Autodesk® Revit®, Green Building Studio®, and Ecotect® to help improve
the energy performance of existing buildings. The value of building
information modeling, visual analysis tools, and robust data exchange
capabilities will increase. This class will review current federal energy
management goals, and outline potential workflows.

Have you seen any of the latest Requests for Proposal (RFP) documents BO422-1          Lecture
sent to AECO firms lately? The client is educated more than ever about
BIM, and is beginning to ask about specific experiences rather than give us
some BIM. If you are a design, construction, or Facility Manager, be sure
to attend this class to learn how to address BIM-related RFPs, addressing
your clients' needs by leading them as a consultant specialized in the
Building Information Modeling arena.
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                         Class Description                                         ID         Type
Managers live in two different modes. The first is the tyranny of the           BO228-1    Lecture
urgent, and the second is the desire for the future. The tyranny of the
urgent keeps you hopping from day to day, from fire to fire, from crisis to
crisis. It is all about planning for tomorrow. We long for the day when our
systems run smoothly, employees know what to do and how to do it,
standards are in place and followed, and the environment we have
created is progressing from milestone to milestone. Learn how you can
accomplish this through strategic planning and business alignment. It is
easier than you think.
Managers live in two different modes. The first is the tyranny of the urgent, BO231-1U     Unconference
and the second is the desire for the future. The tyranny of the urgent
keeps you hopping from day to day, from fire to fire, from crisis to crisis. It
is all about planning for tomorrow. We long for the day when our systems
run smoothly, employees know what to do and how to do it, standards are
in place and followed, and the environment we have created is progressing
from milestone to milestone. Learn how you can accomplish this through
strategic planning and business alignment. It is easier than you think.

A discussion on what the social web is. Find out what you can do with           BO419-1U   Unconference
social media, such as Twitter, Blogger, and Facebook. Learn why it is
important and how it can help your business.
People don't always get with the program. Resistance to our management          BO316-1    Lecture
efforts is not always futile. Leadership and management are not talents but
a learned set of skills that no one trains for in school. Most of us have to
learn them on the job the hard way. There are good scientific reasons
some methods work, and there are things that appear to work that really
do not. Because the common sense of people is not really all that
common, we will give you a leg up on the practical, unexpected, and
somewhat uncomfortable things that need to be done. Please, do not tell
your boss that you had fun in management training. I won't get paid and
you will never get a raise that way. Manage your people to perform
instead.
This class will discuss and demonstrate how to properly configure and use       CM422-1    Lecture
the Design Data folder. We will dive into the folder and review its inner
workings. This will take you through Tube and Pipe styles, Hole and
Thread data, Sheet Metal styles, Studio Lights and Scenes, as well as
each tab of the Styles and Standards dialog for parts and drawings. Proper
migration of the Design Data folder for future releases will be discussed as
well.
The Revit platform presents challenges to IT and CAD managers who               CM220-2    Lecture
must wrestle with the unique hardware and software demands placed by
this complex Building Information Modeling (BIM) authoring toolset. Peer
inside the mind of a hardware geek when you specify your Revit
workstations to maximize investment dollars and get the best "bang for the
buck". We will explore the current state of the art in microprocessors,
memory, video cards and disk subsystems, and how each affects Revit
performance. Not only will you learn what it takes to really run Revit well,
you will see how the old rules you lived by for years simply do not apply
anymore. Determine the best combination of hardware and software for
your .NET-working infrastructure demands. Understand the special
requirements and compromises needed when specifying mobile
workstations and laptops, and ancillary software and hardware you
probably need.
This class will be an idea-driven dialogue about adaptability, compatibility,   CM327-2U   Unconference
and software as effective tools to help individuals, teams, and companies
thrive in the current global environmental and economic climate. We will
explore ideas for tools that can help us work with increasingly large
collections of data at both a macro and micro level, and address the need
for clean and rapid sharing of data between tools and across platforms.
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                          Class Description                                            ID          Type
Building Information Modeling (BIM) is being widely adopted. Many               CM322-1        Lecture
companies will be highlighting their successes at this year's AU. But if you
have not started down the BIM route, where do you start? As a CAD
manager, it is probably you who will be expected to get your company BIM-
ing. Through Nigel's first-hand experience of implementing BIM
successfully in architectural and engineering practices, you will learn all the
necessary tips and tricks to set you confidently on your way. Don't expect a
class that discusses the benefits of BIM—this is a practical session for
anyone who needs to implement a BIM solution. How do you choose the
right software? How do you start your first project? What about the
integration of existing CAD files, standards, and processes? And most
importantly, how do you guarantee that your roll-out will be a success?

Online Learning Management Systems (LMS) are leading the way with an                CM222-1C   Product Clinic
affordable just-in-time training solution that fulfills the global training needs
of competitive organizations. See how diverse organizations from regional
AEC firms to worldwide manufacturers are using their Virtual CADLearning
Centers to train and support users on the latest software from Autodesk.
We will also explore assessment tools for new hires or for tracking training
progress, plus tools for building custom remedial video curricula that maps
directly to Autodesk® product Associate and Professional Certification
Exam objectives. This clinic will explore eLearning support and solutions
as they are delivered by CADLearning (4D Technologies, an Autodesk
Authorized Publisher).
Meet with the AUGI Board of Directors to provide input into their planning          CM427-2U   Unconference
process. AUGI is member-driven and we want to interact with our
members.
This class will discuss the issues related to AutoCAD Civil 3D templates            CM312-1C   Product Clinic
and implementation. This class will be mostly an open discussion to talk
about issues and concerns that you and your company face.
This unplugged class will give you an opportunity to express what you've            CM316-2U   Unconference
learned using the AutoCAD Customize User Interface                        (CUI).
Feel free to bring your concerns and your solutions. This will be an open
sharing of all things CUI with a focus on dealing with the CUI in a corporate
environment.
Learn how to create your own keystroke-saving functions, delete                     CM316-6L   Hands-On Lab
commands, redefine commands, load CUI files, set workspaces, control
system variables, call external programs, and more using AutoLISP. Then
compile and deploy it all via your network to achieve single point of control
over your AutoCAD®-based programs with far less hassle and complexity
than you think. This course will leverage your CAD management and
AutoCAD experience to throw you into the AutoLISP pool so you can
learn the syntax as you go along. At the end of the class, you will have a
framework you can begin using as soon as you get back from AU. If you
don't know AutoLISP, you will learn as you go, and if you do know
AutoLISP, you're sure to pick up some cool CAD management ideas. If
you've wanted to know more about how AutoLISP can help you manage
your AutoCAD-based tools, you don't want to miss this class.

Learn how to create your own keystroke-saving functions, delete               CM228-1          Lecture
commands, redefine commands, load CUI files, set workspaces, control
system variables, call external programs, and more using AutoLISP. Then
compile and deploy it all via your network to achieve single point of control
over your AutoCAD®-based programs with far less hassle and complexity
than you think. This course will leverage your CAD management and
AutoCAD experience to throw you into the AutoLISP pool so you can
learn the syntax as you go along. At the end of the class, you will have a
framework you can begin using as soon as you get back from AU. If you
don't know AutoLISP, you will learn as you go, and if you do know
AutoLISP, you're sure to pick up some cool CAD management ideas. If
you've wanted to know more about how AutoLISP can help you manage
your AutoCAD-based tools, you don't want to miss this class.
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                         Class Description                                         ID          Type
Learn how to create your own keystroke-saving functions, delete               CM224-1V     Virtual Class
commands, redefine commands, load CUI files, set workspaces, control
system variables, call external programs, and more using AutoLISP. Then
compile and deploy it all via your network to achieve single point of control
over your AutoCAD®-based programs with far less hassle and complexity
than you think. This course will leverage your CAD management and
AutoCAD experience to throw you into the AutoLISP pool so you can
learn the syntax as you go along. At the end of the class, you will have a
framework you can begin using as soon as you get back from AU. If you
don't know AutoLISP, you will learn as you go, and if you do know
AutoLISP, you're sure to pick up some cool CAD management ideas. If
you've wanted to know more about how AutoLISP can help you manage
your AutoCAD-based tools, you don't want to miss this class.

Learn how to create your own keystroke-saving functions, delete               CM238-1V     Virtual Class
commands, redefine commands, load CUI files, set workspaces, control
system variables, call external programs, and more using AutoLISP. Then
compile and deploy it all via your network to achieve single point of
control over your AutoCAD®-based programs with far less hassle and
complexity than you think. This course will leverage your CAD
management and AutoCAD experience to throw you into the AutoLISP
pool so you can learn the syntax as you go along. At the end of the
class, you will have a framework you can begin using as soon as you get
back from AU. If you don't know AutoLISP, you will learn as you go, and
if you do know AutoLISP, you're sure to pick up some cool CAD
management ideas. If you've wanted to know more about how AutoLISP
can help you manage your AutoCAD-based tools, you don't want to miss
this class.
This lab will consist of taking a working program and walking through all of CM223-1L      Hands-On Lab
the steps that are necessary to create the program. The attendees can
then take the programs home on a USB drive if they want to do the same
there. Step-by-step instructions for everything will be in the handout.
Using a hit counter at our small office, this xref program was used about
1,297 times in April. This amounted to around 21.6 hours saved. A
program with a dialog box will be deployed as an enterprise solution for a
particular project. In this class, CAD managers will learn the easiest way to
attach xrefs that they can then provide for all AutoCAD® users.

This class links to the "Adopting BIM: Rolling Your Sleeves Up and Getting CM234-1U        Unconference
It Done" class, opening up questions and comments you have regarding
implementing a BIM strategy. It is a unique opportunity to discuss them
with your peers and experts in the BIM arena. You will hear firsthand the
difficulties others face and how you can best avoid the hurdles they have
experienced. Not only will you get an insight into the issues within your
industry, you will also get to hear about those faced by your partners,
consultants, and clients, helping you to understand the best ways in which
to work with them in a BIM environment.

Installing AutoCAD for a single user is not all that difficult. The challenge is CM427-1   Lecture
deploying AutoCAD for multiple workstations. An even greater challenge
arises if users log in on different workstations. There are good tools for
deploying AutoCAD with administrator privileges to multiple workstations.
But that usually is not the user's profile. When the user launches AutoCAD
for the first time, a secondary installer runs. This secondary installer adds
files and data under the user's profile. It is this secondary installation that
throws a monkey wrench into the deployment of customizations that your
firm may need. This class will discuss an approach to "bootstrapping"
AutoCAD from a default state to the customized profile that your users
need to use.
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                        Class Description                                        ID          Type
As we move into the future of engineering, more and more companies will CM316-4          Lecture
be making the switch from 2D to 3D. With business being competitive and
with the current poor economy, it is more critical that, as CAD managers,
we build a business case to move from 2D to 3D. In this 2-hour class, you
will learn how to build a decision matrix, collect and analyze pertinent data,
increase your ROI, and present your findings to management.

Internal CAD tribes and user groups are crucial to ensuring your company CM414-1         Lecture
is able to get the most use from your CAD software. This class will cover
best practices and technology enablers that will help help you and your co-
workers to get the most out of your CAD investments.

Managing Technology means that you work with people. Getting a                CM224-2V   Virtual Class
software tool to cooperate may be easier than getting people to cooperate.
Who you are can have a deep impact on both your firm and your office's
CAD productivity. Find out the 5 key concepts you can use to create the
environment for positive technology use. Get practical, real-world advice
on how to take your firm to the next level and advance your career. Move
beyond Management to Leadership.
Managing technology means that you work with people. Getting a                CM214-1V   Virtual Class
software tool to cooperate may be easier than getting people to cooperate.
Who you are can affect your office's CAD productivity. Learn the five key
concepts you can use to create a positive environment for technology use.
Get practical, real-world advice on how to become a more effective
manager and advance your career. Move beyond management to
leadership.
How to strategically manage the AutoCAD® Customize User Interface             CM319-1L   Hands-On Lab
(CUI), templates and profiles for an office with multiple departments all
working in the same division from a CAD managers perspective.
Ensuring that you and your company thrive and not just survive in the         CM220-3    Panel
current global economy is a challenge. Training in tough economic times
means maintaining staff and preparing for future growth. With traditional
training budgets being cut, major corporations are shifting training
resources away from costly traditional instructor-led training to cost-
effective asynchronous hosted e-learning training solutions. In this class,
you will hear from leading-edge innovators within geographically diverse
organizations who are corporate training managers, trainers, and industry
consulting experts, who will discuss how they are implementing training
solutions to stay competitive.
Let's get unplugged with consulting concepts and talk about what it takes     CM330-3U   Unconference
to become a consultant. Leave your textbooks at home—this isn't your
normal class. Bring your minds and we will discuss several topics as a
group, such as what it takes, how to find work, how to manage time, and
wherever else the discussion takes us.
To be a world-class CAD manager you need to understand all aspects of         CM330-1    Lecture
your business. It's more than being able to create a new pc3 file or
layer—you need to evaluate options, make decisions, and justify your
actions. Avoid the question "What do they do all day?" with the invaluable
advice Nigel has accrued during his time as a CAD and BIM manager.
Whether you are new to the role or have many years experience, this class
will discuss the important principles you need in your day-to-day work: how
to make the most of the hours you have, being proactive, making the right
decisions, planning and delivering training, and how to get the backing of
senior management. If you are a full-time CAD manager or have a
responsibility for managing CAD systems, this class is an essential
addition to your schedule.
This virtual class will highlight asset and power management techniques       CM324-1C   Product Clinic
for large data centers. Emphasis will be on developing an enterprise data
warehouse for tracking data center equipment, racks, and power panels.
You will learn how to use Autodesk® products and add-ons to create the
graphic and informational data as well as preset the data for viewing and
reports. These techniques are being used effectively by IBM and AT&T
worldwide to manage relational database information that can be tapped
by a variety of sources.
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                         Class Description                                          ID          Type
Managing our resources and balancing our priorities are more important           CM344-1V   Virtual Class
than ever in today's challenging economy. In this class, we will discover
methods to help organizations generate revenue by getting more value
out of staff traditionally seen as necessary overhead. We will also review
tactics for refining CAD management. Discussions will focus on getting
buy-in from CAD users and project managers as well as licensing,
content, and support personnel. Tactics will cover processes ranging
from a single office to multiple offices in a multidisciplinary environment.
Discover what it takes to become a better CAD manager in today's
market.
Managing our resources and balancing our priorities are more important           CM320-1V   Virtual Class
than ever in today's challenging economy. In this class, we will discover
methods to help organizations generate revenue by getting more value
out of staff traditionally seen as necessary overhead. We will also review
tactics for refining CAD management. Discussions will focus on getting
buy-in from CAD users and project managers as well as licensing,
content, and support personnel. Tactics will cover processes ranging
from a single office to multiple offices in a multidisciplinary environment.
Discover what it takes to become a better CAD manager in today's
market.
Are you responsible for CAD standards but frustrated because users               CM430-2    Lecture
ignore them? Ever feel like your senior management doesn't back you up
on enforcing standards? If so, you're not alone. In this class, you'll learn a
methodology for identifying what to standardize, concepts for standardizing
your CAD programs, how to use server based standards management to
eliminate managing individual machines and laptops, how to document
your standards for training, plus more. Along the way, we'll pay particular
attention to selling the concept of standardization to base users, power
users and senior management teams alike, so everyone in the
organization sees the benefits of standardizing. If you need to get your
standards under control but have been frustrated by the process this class
is a must.
This class is for network administrators and computer-aided design (CAD)         CM330-2    Lecture
managers who want to understand Autodesk installations and what it takes
to use Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) to
manage them. We expect this to be a lively class with lots of class
participation. We will start with an overview of what it takes to install an
Autodesk application using SCCM across your enterprise. We will discuss
best practices and troubleshooting procedures. We expect to also have
time for a round-table discussion about what works and what does not
work in the real world. Bring your questions and your experiences!

This class is for network administrators and computer-aided design (CAD) CM333-2U           Unconference
managers who want to understand Autodesk installations and what it
takes to use Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) to
manage them. We expect this to be a lively class with lots of class
participation. We will start with an overview of what it takes to install an
Autodesk application using SCCM across your enterprise. We will
discuss best practices and troubleshooting procedures. We expect to
also have time for a round-table discussion about what works and what
does not work in the real world. Bring your questions and your
experiences!
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                         Class Description                                         ID          Type
As a CAD manager, you're tasked with training users but getting the time CM333-1           Lecture
to do so is tough. In this class, you'll learn proven strategies for compiling
a great training program with minimum time invested on your part. We'll
begin by dividing your training program into topic areas that are feature-
based and those that are standards-based, and discuss the merits of using
self-paced learning tools for feature-based training. As the discussion
moves towards training that involves your standards, the discussion will
focus on documenting existing standard practices that can be turned into
training materials. Use of alternative media like computer-based
audio/video recording, podcasting, and digital documents will be covered,
as well as ways to motivate your users to take advantage of these new
training tools. If you're responsible for training people but need help
getting started, or just want some new ideas for running your existing
program, you're sure to benefit from this class.

Join veteran Autodesk University Speakers Jerry Milana and Nate Bartley         CM316-5    Lecture
for a look at the latest installation, deployment, and licensing technologies
from Autodesk. Jerry and Nate will focus on critical decision points in
deploying and licensing Autodesk products in small to enterprise-level
networks. Register early and find out why Autodesk University regulars
attend Jerry and Nate s A2Z class year after year.
This is the Lab portion of Jerry Milana's and Nate Bartley's Networking         CM322-3L   Hands-On Lab
Autodesk products A2Z lecture. Here is your opportunity to put your new
knowledge to work in a safe environment. Participants will create
deployments, deploy them to other systems, setup the Autodesk Network
License Manager and activate the license manager. Optional exercises
include fault tolerance implementation, report data creation and problem
diagnosis. Jerry and Nate manage to recruit experienced lab assistants,
so everyone gets personal attention—an enjoyable and challenging
learning experience. Please attend the A2Z lecture or have extensive
Autodesk or FLEXnet network licensing experience.
In this class a clear process for project migration will be shown. For those    CM228-2C   Product Clinic
projects originated in Landdesktop that are hanging around. This class
provides an easy and profitable path to migrate those projects forward into
Civil3D. A combination of native tools within Civil3d will be combined with
Map, and Design center to take All existing data and move it forward in a
usable way.
Creating the environment for BIM success involves more than proficiency         CM433-2U   Unconference
with Autodesk® software. It is important to support the production effort,
and there are many facets to this: from hardware and networks, to people
and continuing education, there are many needs that must all be met
before we can achieve BIM efficiency—fulfilling a checklist of requirements
simply isn't enough. This unconference class is designed to explore the
many details that make the difference between getting it done and doing it
well. How do we set the stage for success? What does effective BIM look
like and how can we take full advantage of the resources at hand to make
the design process engaging and fun? Learn and discuss some of the
most practical, economical ways to optimize the BIM experience for all.

BIM as a technology and process is radically different from traditional       CM322-2U     Unconference
design practice. Are you going to try to press your traditional practice into
the BIM mold? If we're going to reorganize design to utilize BIM, then let's
rethink the way we approach and manage design. When does engineering
work start on a facility? Why do your staff sit where they do? How do you
evaluate computer hardware purchases? What has worked and not
worked in your practice to leverage the tools that BIM provides in order to
produce better and/or more profitable projects? How do you train your
users? How do you measure their abilities? Do you continue to use
drawings? How and Why? What radical change can you imagine to the
design process that will make use of the technology and tools now
available to us as designers? Speak out and learn from others!
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                        Class Description                                        ID          Type
Have you ever wondered who is running what application and when? Have CM416-2            Lecture
you ever been asked by management to provide a report on product
utilization? How about locating all AutoCAD® installations within your
network? This class will take a look at several tools to help you answer
these questions. Specifically, we will look at FlexNet Manager® for
Engineering Applications—Flexera Software's license management,
measurement, reporting, and optimization solution for Autodesk concurrent
licenses. We will also look at the Autodesk® Asset Locator and how it
can help you identify what software is installed and where.

Have you been looking for a cheap and easy way to standardize                  CM433-1   Lecture
AutoCAD? Maybe a way to combine, update, and deploy all your AutoCAD
support and customized files from one location? Or how about custom
tools that automatically configure the AutoCAD environment and drawing
settings, which in return will help with CAD management and will increase
drawing productivity? If any of these apply to you, then this is the class for
you! Those of you that manage CAD staff in multiple offices will benefit
the most, but those that do not will still find the class educational and a
great aid in planning for future growth of your company.

Technology advancements are moving at a rapid pace. They always have CM220-1             Lecture
moved quickly and sometimes in spurts. Major technology changes
happen every so often that threaten to overturn the status quo.
Conversations fraught with concerns of displaced workers and wholesale
industry upheaval flood the newsstands and airwaves. Fear grips the
previously secure workforce. Is this a concern to you? Do you feel like
your job might disappear tomorrow? Come and learn what you can do to
secure and advance your future.
BIM manager, BIM leader, BIM coach or BIM coordinator. As BIM              CM327-1       Lecture
progresses, we are seeing a new position develop that is dedicated to
overseeing BIM projects. Is it different than CAD manager? Is it the same?
What duties should a BIM manager perform? Which of them are the same
as the CAD manager's? Is this a short-term evolution or is the CAD
manager being replaced? Discover what it takes to be a BIM manager.

The thankless job of a BIM/CAD manager can become overwhelming at       CM430-1U         Unconference
times. The daily pressure from upper management and the tedious task of
keeping the BIM/CAD operators in your department productive is enough
to drive you insane. We will discuss some examples and try to analyze
new ways of making your department run smoother and be more
productive and cost efficient.
The thankless job of a BIM/CAD manager can become overwhelming at       CM318-1V         Virtual Class
times. The daily pressure from upper management and the tedious task
of keeping the BIM/CAD operators in your department productive is
enough to drive you insane. We will discuss some examples and try to
analyze new ways of making your department run smoother and be more
productive and cost efficient.
The thankless job of a BIM/CAD manager can become overwhelming at       CM332-1V         Virtual Class
times. The daily pressure from upper management and the tedious task
of keeping the BIM/CAD operators in your department productive is
enough to drive you insane. We will discuss some examples and try to
analyze new ways of making your department run smoother and be more
productive and cost efficient.
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                          Class Description                                           ID          Type
Are you migrating from AutoCAD® 2D to 3D, or upgrading to AutoCAD                  CM316-7    Lecture
2011, or using Autodesk® Inventor®, Revit®, AutoCAD Civil 3D®, or BIM
and you don’t seem to have enough desktop power? Learn about
performance selection and planning when choosing your new desktop or
laptop technologies specifically for Autodesk applications. Get the most
from Intel® processors, understand memory selection, review the latest
NVIDIA® and ATI graphics, and understand how this fits with Autodesk's
graphic strategy. We will cover Microsoft® Windows® 7 migration and
advantages, disk and network selection, virtual machines, touchscreen
technology, and moving to 64-bit. Understand new HP personal
productivity tools and other HP technologies to help you stay competitive.
Understand HP green technology tools and power settings to save energy.
We will also review the results of an AutoCAD 2011 hardware productivity
study.
Implementing software and providing support, training, direction, and              CM316-3V   Virtual Class
standards, all while staying ahead and keeping everyone happy—is hard
work. I have been doing it for years now with little advice and almost no
advance notice as to what comes with this position. I decided to take a
moment to gather some of the best tips and tricks for CAD Management
that I have learned over time and share them with you. I hope they will
save you some time, frustration, and grief. And most importantly, these
tips and tricks will help no matter if there are ten people in your office or if
you work in a firm of hundreds.
Implementing software and providing support, training, direction, and              CM334-1V   Virtual Class
standards, all while staying ahead and keeping everyone happy—is hard
work. I have been doing it for years now with little advice and almost no
advance notice as to what comes with this position. I decided to take a
moment to gather some of the best tips and tricks for CAD Management
that I have learned over time and share them with you. I hope they will
save you some time, frustration, and grief. And most importantly, these
tips and tricks will help no matter if there are ten people in your office or if
you work in a firm of hundreds.
Attendees will learn how to find ways to reuse experiences, skills, and            CM316-1    Lecture
methods based on AutoCAD MEP in an Autodesk Revit MEP environment.
We will discuss what to consider before starting a Revit Project: methods
and processes, demands for standards, demands for specific documents
interacting within and outside the team. What is BIM for an electrical
designer? The class will include examples from real projects in Europe.
The class is appropriate for everyone from members of large firms to one-
person shop owners.
It was a success last year, so let's do it again. There is more to AU than         CM416-1U   Unconference
just Autodesk® products and lines and circles. Bring your issues,
thoughts, success stories, and questions to the forum that lets you discuss
openly with your peers. Topics for this year will include license servers,
coping with past versions of Autodesk products, and running a design
office with both 32- and 64-bit operating systems. Be prepared to
participate in discussions about 'how to make things work" and "what is the
best way to achieve IT goals in the Autodesk world?" No topic is off limits
as long as it is about the IT of CAD and not how to use CAD.

Thinking about moving from AutoCAD to AutoCAD Mechanical, or did you CM319-2                  Lecture
buy AutoCAD Mechanical and are only using the AutoCAD part? Learn
how to maximize the investment you made in your AutoCAD Mechanical
software and start using its features tomorrow. Topics focus on adjusting
AutoCAD Mechanical to use your existing company preferences and
making a seamless transition to the new software.
How long does it take you to turn your field data into usable AutoCAD®       CV234-3P         Lecture
Civil 3D® data? In other words, is all of your linework created
automatically as a result of how you collected your data in the field or are
you spending lots of time playing connect-the-dots? Join Jerry Bartels of
Autodesk as he demonstrates how to effectively leverage survey figures as
part of your data collection. This includes lines, curves, double coding,
offsets, editing, and lots more. No smoke, no mirrors. Only proven field-to-
finish techniques guaranteed to save you tons of time.
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                        Class Description                                        ID          Type
This class will show a detailed example of how to design a complete          CV327-2     Lecture
airspace design in 3D using the latest version of AutoCAD Civil 3D.
Obstacles and ground will be considered when finding a proposed new
runway direction for an airport. We will also complete the picture using the
new connection to Autodesk® Navisworks® and 3ds Max® Design with
Dynamite VSP®.
This class will provide detailed workflows associated with creating a hybrid CV422-3     Lecture
2D/3D set of a 1200-page set of contract drawings for a project that was
bid and is now being built for the City of Tallahassee, Florida, USA. We
will provide the steps necessary to integrate AutoCAD Civil 3D grading,
paving, and storm and sanitary drain systems with AutoCAD MEP process
piping and electrical duct banks in a complex underground piping network.
We will share how we controlled all model files with Buzzsaw® and linked
them into a composite model using Navisworks. This process provided all
team members with full conflict resolution and up-to-date facility design
visualization. We will reveal what worked, what did not work, as well as our
best practices. You will hear, from the owner's perspective, why intelligent
modeling using Autodesk software was critical to the successful design of
this complex project.

Learn how to take advantage of intelligent AutoCAD® Civil 3D®                 CV223-2    Lecture
subassemblies that can create a smoothed design profile from existing
road conditions, and then apply this profile to a rehab and widening design
project. All this with one assembly and one corridor pass! This class will
benefit Civil 3D users who are involved in roadway rehabilitation of any
scale. Attendees should have working knowledge of Civil 3D assemblies,
geometry, and corridor design.
A class detailing the business process of the Air Force Civil Engineering     CV319-2    Lecture
community's use of GIS for the development and maintenance of a
common installation picture (CIP). It will also show the evaluation of
different software platforms used in their GIS, and the benefits and
shortfalls of AutoCAD Map for their applications.
Learn more about workflows for alignments, profiles, and superelevation       CV228-4C   Product Clinic
from Autodesk insiders.
This class presents a hands-on introduction to using Autodesk Quantity        CV427-1L   Hands-On Lab
Takeoff with AutoCAD Civil 3D to perform quantity takeoffs of corridors,
pipes, and other objects.
This class explores the integration and collaboration capabilities of         CV334-1V   Virtual Class
Autodesk civil design and infrastructure modeling solutions. It shows
practical and realistic ways to design, analyze, operate, and maintain a
building site development project using AutoCAD Civil 3D, AutoCAD Map
3D, Autodesk® Topobase™, Autodesk MapGuide®, Autodesk
LandXplorer®, and water hydraulic analysis tools. The class will outline
how to collect and integrate data, analyze flood risk, and present the
results for design; create the ground model and civil engineering design;
calculate the volumes of materials based on the initial design; import
existing utility information and classify and migrate these assets to a
geospatial database for operation and maintenance; use intelligent
infrastructure modeling design tools to create new assets and analyze
design issues; use 2D and 3D Web-publishing tools for project
management and public consultation.
This class explores the integration and collaboration capabilities of         CV320-1V   Virtual Class
Autodesk civil design and infrastructure modeling solutions. It shows
practical and realistic ways to design, analyze, operate, and maintain a
building site development project using AutoCAD Civil 3D, AutoCAD Map
3D, Autodesk® Topobase™, Autodesk MapGuide®, Autodesk
LandXplorer®, and water hydraulic analysis tools. The class will outline
how to collect and integrate data, analyze flood risk, and present the
results for design; create the ground model and civil engineering design;
calculate the volumes of materials based on the initial design; import
existing utility information and classify and migrate these assets to a
geospatial database for operation and maintenance; use intelligent
infrastructure modeling design tools to create new assets and analyze
design issues; use 2D and 3D Web-publishing tools for project
management and public consultation.
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                         Class Description                                          ID          Type
This class explores the integration and collaboration capabilities of         CV416-2       Lecture
Autodesk civil design and infrastructure modeling solutions. It shows
practical and realistic ways to design, analyze, operate, and maintain a
building site development project using AutoCAD Civil 3D, AutoCAD Map
3D, Autodesk® Topobase™, Autodesk MapGuide®, Autodesk
LandXplorer®, and water hydraulic analysis tools. The class will outline
how to collect and integrate data, analyze flood risk, and present the
results for design; create the ground model and civil engineering design;
calculate the volumes of materials based on the initial design; import
existing utility information and classify and migrate these assets to a
geospatial database for operation and maintenance; use intelligent
infrastructure modeling design tools to create new assets and analyze
design issues; use 2D and 3D Web-publishing tools for project
management and public consultation.
This year's class is more like a yard sale, with treasures for everyone,      CV234-1       Lecture
minus the junk. Stepping onto my lot, in David's toy box, you will find a few
free routines that will provide hours of fun. We will blow the dust off some
antique AutoCAD command tools after a good cleaning and combined
with our AutoCAD Civil 3D objects, they will be good as new, especially for
those who work with feature lines. Like sprucing up an old chair with new
upholstery, we will use an in-house restoration process to polish old,
jagged contours, so they will look great sitting on your desk. After
rummaging through a couple of other things, you will head home talking
about the cool tricks, free tools, and good insight you picked up, and
debating about what you are going to try out first. Lastly, please note:
David is extremely energetic and talks fast. So make sure to stop by the
kids' Kool-Aid® stand for a sugar boost before class!

This lab will enable you to gain hands-on experience with AutoCAD Civil          CV327-5L   Hands-On Lab
3D. You will have the opportunity to edit a model and build some objects.
The lab will also cover using styles.
Increasing performance with AutoCAD Civil 3D 2011.                               CV230-1C   Product Clinic
This class will discuss various methods of optimizing performance in             CV416-1    Lecture
AutoCAD Civil 3D 2011.
How to increase performance in AutoCAD Civil 3D 2011.                            CV419-2U   Unconference
Product design, development, and support talk about point clouds.                CV330-5C   Product Clinic
This class will explore the hidden gems in the AutoCAD Civil 3D                  CV312-1V   Virtual Class
Subscription Advantage Packs. In between annual releases, Autodesk
releases a treasure trove of utilities, functionality, and special tools to
make your work easier. We’ll look at new tools from both the 2010 and
2011 SAP releases in this search for gold nuggets to enrich your AutoCAD
Civil 3D experience.
This class will explore the hidden gems in the AutoCAD Civil 3D                  CV320-2V   Virtual Class
Subscription Advantage Packs. In between annual releases, Autodesk
releases a treasure trove of utilities, functionality, and special tools to
make your work easier. We’ll look at new tools from both the 2010 and
2011 SAP® releases in this search for gold nuggets to enrich your
AutoCAD Civil 3D experience.
Learn how to take full advantage of the survey capabilities included in          CV231-3P   Lecture
AutoCAD Civil 3D. During this class, we will explore the features and tools
to work with the latest in surveying technology. Special attention will be
given to working with data produced by 3D laser scanners, GPS, and even
conventional total stations. Strategies for field coding and field collection,
processing and adjusting different data types, and creating the final
deliverable will be discussed.
In a 120-minute project, get the most out of AutoCAD Civil 3D. With one or       CV322-1    Lecture
more guest speakers from the AutoCAD Civil 3D User Group Benelux, we
will go through different stages of a "real" civil engineering project,
including related challenges and solutions. Use AutoCAD Civil 3D for your
entire project, and optimize your design to the maximum. Use standard
pavement subassemblies for tunnel walls, generic links for soil layers, pipe
networks for existing cables and pipelines, and labels for almost anything.
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                        Class Description                                         ID          Type
In this class, we will expand on corridor modeling to include lot and     CV419-1          Lecture
building pad design. The user will be shown how to grade residential and
commercial sites as part of the corridor. The process will be shown using
assembly offsets and regions with the corridor parameters. This method is
very helpful in establishing final subgrade earthwork volumes.

In this class, we will take an in-depth look at the ten commandments to        CV327-1     Lecture
follow when importing, exporting, and exchanging survey data with
AutoCAD Civil 3D. We will examine multiple scenarios of data import and
export, which if followed, will enable attendees to glide through the process
of survey data exchange. In today's highly competitive market, the ability to
work with any type of data or unit is a necessity for success. This class will
allow attendees to put more tools in their toolbox.

(Note: This paper will be presented with the customer, the Olympic          CV228-1        Lecture
Delivery Authority) Using the customer's installation of Autodesk Topobase
as a reference, this class will describe a best practice for the
implementation of a Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) with Autodesk
Topobase to enable the management and integration of CAD, GIS, and
Highway Information. See how CAD/GIS data is shared with stakeholders
via Autodesk Topobase/Autodesk MapGuide®, and is made available to
other Geospatial applications for downstream consumption. Learn how an
audit trail of changes to key data is maintained, and how centralized and
semi-automated metadata management are implemented, and its
importance in the supply chain. Understand the importance of geospatial
analysis to support the identification and designation of the Olympic Route
Network (ORN) and other transport and venue infrastructure.

In today's competitive market, certification could mean the difference          CV231-5    Lecture
between landing that dream position at an engineering firm or
advancement at your current employment. In this one-hour class, you will
discover the keys to being successful as you sit to take your exam. The
objectives covered in this class will be your passport to taking the first step
in furthering your career.
Learn how to use the Sheet Set Manager (SSM) and Plan Production                CV430-2    Lecture
Tools to create dynamic fields, such as Sheet No. of Total Sheets in
construction plan sets. Sheet Set Manager has many built-in fields that
will automate the tedious task of numbering your plan sheets, titling your
plan sheets and many others. Create custom fields within SSM to label
the engineer, designer, plan date, and revisions. Learn which types of
fields are relative to the entire sheet set and which are specific to each
sheet. Discover the power of the SSM to create a table of contents for
your Construction Plan Set, including detail sheets that may not be
physically part of the plans. Learn how to use the SSM to plot out an
entire set of construction plans without having to open any of the plan
drawings.
BIM is an innovative method for bridging communications between the             CV333-4U   Unconference
various disciplines in an infrastructure project. With BIM, engineers
efficiently develop 3D models which can be used to exchange information
and digital representation during all stages of the project. Companies can
more accurately design, visualize, and analyze designs. The result is the
ability to deliver projects faster, and with reduced environmental impact.
With AutoCAD® Civil 3D® as the cornerstone of the model, we will
examine the development of the model and the distribution of information
to planners, consulting, and construction disciplines. This class will look at
the BIM-enabled analysis tools that can be used for design. BIM enables
the evaluation of design scenarios in order to achieve the most sustainable
design. Designers and architects can collaborate on a design and achieve
the best overall site and building combination for sustainability.
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                         Class Description                                        ID         Type
AutoCAD Civil 3D and Autodesk Storm and Sanitary Analysis (SSA) are an CV416-3            Lecture
advanced, powerful, and comprehensive modeling package for analyzing
and designing urban drainage systems, stormwater sewers, and sanitary
sewers. This course is designed to provide an overview of how to model
Stormwater Best Management Practices (BMPs), such as water quality
and groundwater recharge technologies, in AutoCAD Civil 3D and analyze
their performance using SSA. The class will take a look at the layout of
these technologies in AutoCAD Civil 3D as well as the detailed design and
analysis that is required as part of the National Pollutant Discharge
Elimination System (NPDES) Phase II requirements.

Civil construction estimators are faced with a broad range of existing         CV333-3    Lecture
survey and design data to sort through when trying to come up with
quantities for estimating purposes. In this class you will learn how to sort
through this information and to perform efficient and accurate quantity
takeoffs no matter what drawing format you receive. This seminar will
present a number of real world civil works takeoffs and demonstrate how
the latest Autodesk products are applied to challenging takeoff projects.
Learn how to use survey data to create an existing ground surface and
compare that to the design to ensure your bid is as accurate as possible.

Boost your productivity by making today the last day that you manually         CV433-2P   Lecture
label and arrange your road corridor sections. Learn how to use the power
of AutoCAD® Civil 3D object projection and assemblies to add information
to your sections, such as existing ground and design levels, super-
elevation values, existing and proposed fence lines, edges of existing seal,
and underground services, and have this information behave dynamically.
By using a combination of object projection, label styles, and generic link
sub-assemblies, you can add significant intelligence to your corridor
model. We will then look at the new wizard in AutoCAD Civil 3D 2011 that
simplifies the cross-section sheet production process. The class will allow
you to gain this knowledge, so you can take home new skills that you can
immediately put into practice.
The emerging importance of digital city models in the management and           CV220-3P   Lecture
development of our urban environment is blurring the boundaries between
traditional disciplines and software. Autodesk LandXplorer offers exciting
new ways to create, analyze, and visualize cities. This class will show how
to best take advantage of the interoperability and the integration power of
Autodesk LandXplorer in conjunction with Autodesk 3ds Max® and
AutoCAD® Map 3D, the traditional tools for design visualization and GIS
analysis. We will also suggest best practices to exploit the strengths of
each of these complimentary applications. What we have learned at the
City of Vancouver using these tools will provide real world examples and
offer guidance to those who want to begin exploring the power of digital
cities.
In this class, we will explore using AutoCAD® Civil 3D® in an Autodesk® CV427-4P          Lecture
Vault Collaboration environment. Moving beyond the basics of checking
drawings in and out, we will explore life cycles, security models, distributed
project teams, and planning to pull it all together. Designed for the
AutoCAD Civil 3D user working in a larger environment, Autodesk Vault
Collaboration will be the focus of this class.

This class discusses key components of corridors and how users can          CV330-3P      Lecture
leverage these elements (points, links, and shapes) to achieve some of the
complicated scenarios users experience in their real-world projects. This
class also covers some of the productivity tools in corridor model creation
and editing that can be leveraged to build and manage complex projects
quickly and efficiently.
Dan Philbrick and Dave Simeone host a customer story or two.                CV327-8       Lecture
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                         Class Description                                        ID          Type
This class will introduce you to intersection design on a new and holistic   CV222-3C     Product Clinic
level, one that is highly effective, productive and safety oriented. Learn
how to develop comprehensive 3D designs for your intersection projects,
taking you from operational requirements to vehicle-turn-based geometry
and surface grading—while at the same time giving you the ability to
assess safety through conflict points and sight lines analysis—all in the
CAD environment. If this sounds too good to be true, there is even more!
You will also learn how to evaluate design concepts quickly whether for
new construction, reconfiguration, or approach realignment projects. This
class will benefit road designers of all experience levels who are keen on a
more advanced and effective approach to their intersection designs—one
that is truly unique, effective, and bound to make you a designer
extraordinaire!

Have you ever gotten stuck in a project trying to design the space needed CV226-1C        Product Clinic
for a truck turn at an intersection, a roundabout, a loading bay, a multi-
modal facility, or any other development site? Architects and transportation
designers are constantly challenged to find the most effective and safe
designs. Possible design scenarios may seem endless and confusing. So
how do you deal with such situations effectively? Through a series of
different design examples, you will learn how to use AutoTURN®, a
leading vehicle simulation software product, to develop designs that
accommodate the various vehicle types and maneuvers. From selecting
the right design vehicle to understanding how best to address your design
challenge, you will, through these design examples, learn the key thinking
process and software use—key factors to developing good design
solutions. You can then easily apply this learning to develop effective
solutions to any such projects.

Learn how to prepare surfaces to account for real-life engineering          CV220-2       Lecture
scenarios. In the real world of civil engineering, you do not compare just
two surfaces. This class will show how to strip surfaces of materials just
like the construction company would do in the field. This class will also
show material removal and redistribution as well as material accounting for
pavement section, building pads, etc. Attendees will also leave the class
with the knowledge of how to prepare their data for easy checking and
analysis for all individuals even if they do not have an engineering
background. They will have an understanding of how AutoCAD Civil 3D
can accomplish tasks that only high-priced standalone programs could do
in the past and they will learn how to manipulate surfaces for accurate
earthwork numbers, copying and pasting surfaces, and making composite
surfaces. Using these practices, the attendees can generate accurate
earthwork numbers for a variety of site development projects.

This class covers top tips for getting started with pipe networks in       CV333-2        Lecture
AutoCAD Civil 3D. The class will take you though some dos and don'ts for
setting company standards, application of command settings, presentation
of data for company consistency, defining a company naming system for
all pipe network elements, settling on a company "way of doing things",
designing a range of company styles, building a company catalog, creating
a parts list, precooking settings in empty networks, creating networks
demonstration, manipulating pipes in profile views, force mains, and a
myriad of top tips to help you avoid common pitfalls in creating a company
template for Civil 3D pipes. And we'll have some fun along the way!

AutoCAD Map 3D contains "drawing cleanup" tools that prove to be               CV240-1C   Product Clinic
invaluable to civil designers. Let's face it, who hasn't seen a drawing with
16 identical lines right on top of each other, or hasn't received drawings
from "experts" who don't even know how to use snap modes? Or what
about breaking that front property line (that runs all the way down the
street) wherever a side lot line intersects it? We will show you how to do
all of this and more, automatically, using the Drawing Cleanup command
found in AutoCAD Map 3D. By the way, AutoCAD Map 3D is included in
AutoCAD® Civil 3D® so if you already have AutoCAD Civil 3D, you have
these commands at your fingertips.
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                        Class Description                                         ID           Type
During this class you will learn how to use AutoCAD Civil 3D for overpass CV327-7          Lecture
design. You will learn different approaches for building the assemblies
required for overpass design. We will discuss pluses and minuses of each
approach. We will do the same with abutment design. We will use Corridor
and Grading functionality and evaluate the best approach in particular
cases, including volumetric calculation. We will check the height
clearance, and you will learn how to create stake-out data. We will also
discuss the possibilities of Bridge Modeler, available on Autodesk Labs.
This session will give you strong confidence for approaching the overpass
design in details.
Corridors are essential for roadways, railways, traveled ways, channels,        CV422-2    Lecture
ditches, utility runs, and airport runways. They are relatively easy to create,
and the 3D model is essential for design. This class picks up with where
the fundamentals of corridor design leaves off. Settings and properties will
not be discussed. The focus will be on using corridor design efficiently and
delivering data from the model that was not made obvious. Tips and
secrets will be revealed to work with multiple or enormous corridors. Real-
world materials will be applied to corridors and merged with existing
surfaces.
Aviation facilities are living entities requiring regular updating of Airport   CV322-1C   Product Clinic
Master Plans, including the need to plan for new generation aircraft. In this
class, you will learn the essentials of designing for aircraft movements,
aircraft parking stands, and aircraft PBB docking scenarios, and how to
apply this knowledge in an AutoCAD®, AutoCAD Architecture or AutoCAD
Civil 3D® environment. Key planning and design elements, such as how
to use the appropriate FAA or ICAO clearances or jet blasts when
designing taxiways and terminal aprons will be presented using an actual
airport layout. The class will also show how to make good planning and
design decisions with respect to aircraft parking positions and the choice of
passenger loading bridges while considering apron safety and operations.

The advent of FDO, or Feature Data Objects, in AutoCAD® Map,                CV234-4        Lecture
transformed the program from a great tool to an essential tool for anyone
needing to georeference their work, interoperate with a wide range of other
data types used today, and prepare high quality presentations of their
projects. As the age of "working in a vacuum" on assumed coordinate
systems fades into the past, AutoCAD Map and FDO are the link to the
future. In the world of Shape files, raster images, geodatabases and Web
services, FDO is a critical part of any successful civil or survey
implementation. This class is designed to bring the attendee into the world
of FDO, explore its theory and practice, and enable them to leave ready to
start utilizing this exciting technology in their everyday work.

Small projects have limited funding, so surface models must be created       CV228-3       Lecture
quickly when required. This course will take an in-depth look at creating
simplified surface models primarily consisting of feature lines for small to
mid-sized residential and commercial sites. Gradings and corridors may be
discussed as alternative methods, but the primary focus will be feature
lines. Real project models will be used to demonstrate how to create, label,
edit, and manage feature-line-based TINs.
Moving to a new platform can be confusing, but now is a great time for       CV238-1C      Product Clinic
surveyors to make the move to AutoCAD Civil 3D. Not only are designers
pressuring surveyors to move to AutoCAD Civil 3D so that everyone is on
a common platform, but AutoCAD Civil 3D includes features that can help
you complete survey work faster. In this class, we will focus on strategies
for implementing AutoCAD Civil 3D in your office and mapping your current
workflow to a new toolset. We will also demonstrate an add-on application
that fills many of the surveying gaps and allows surveyors to make that
move now.
Here's the scenario: Your boss asks you to incorporate geographical          CV326-1C      Product Clinic
information system (GIS) data into your design drawings. You're a CAD
expert, but a GIS novice. Where do you start? How do you get both sets of
data to work for you and not against you? This class gets you started by
demonstrating a typical CAD-to-GIS workflow using AutoCAD Map 3D.
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                        Class Description                                       ID           Type
If you are an AutoCAD Civil 3D® user who ignores the AutoCAD Map 3D CV332-1C             Product Clinic
commands or closes the Map Explorer as soon as it appears on your
screen, this class will answer the all-too-common question, "Why should I
care about AutoCAD Map 3D?" AutoCAD Map 3D, which is included in
AutoCAD Civil3D, features many powerful tools that enable engineers and
surveyors to be more productive in their day-to-day work. This class
focuses on using AutoCAD Map 3D to aggregate and use data from
external sources, such as Environment Systems Research Institute (ESRI)
shape and E00 files, and AutoCAD drawings. Attendees will also learn to
automatically label features and then create thematic maps to display
features, such as Land Use or Zoning. As you collect data for your project,
you may find geometric errors such as duplicate lines, undershoots, and
overshoots; this class will demonstrate ways to correct these issues.
Finally, you will learn to build a surface in AutoCAD Civil 3D by extracting
the elevation data from Geographic Information System (GIS) contours.
Learn to leverage a tool that is already on your desktop—AutoCAD Map
3D.
This class presents an introduction to Autodesk LandXplorer.                  CV234-2L   Hands-On Lab
The Autodesk Storm and Sanitary Analysis Extension for AutoCAD®               CV220-1L   Hands-On Lab
Civil® 3D is an advanced, powerful, and comprehensive modeling package
for analyzing and designing urban drainage systems, stormwater sewers,
and sanitary sewers. This class is designed to provide a comprehensive
overview of Autodesk Storm and Sanitary Analysis Extension capabilities.
This class will show you how to use this new engineering application that
comes with AutoCAD Civil 3D and AutoCAD Map 3D, and will concentrate
on demonstrating how to apply the software to everyday stormwater and
sanitary sewer projects. This class is appropriate for all experience levels.

Be the first to be in the know as we release the secrets of AutoCAD® Civil CV223-1       Lecture
3D® Part Builder. We will talk about size parameters, model parameters,
user-defined parameters, parameter data storage, and everything that
controls the sizing and fitting of a structure to local conditions and
connecting pipes. In this class you will learn what exactly happens when
you choose to create a junction vs. an inlet-outlet structure part. You will
learn why you should really create a "Junction" part type even when your
engineering standards call for a "Curb Inlet," and how to control a part's
dimensions by defining calculations with related size parameters.

Using corridors in AutoCAD Civil 3D 2011 for dynamic model levee design CV430-1          Lecture
makes sense! By using the corridor, AutoCAD Civil 3D 2011 allows you to
quickly show several proposed routes for new levees and existing levee
rebuild. After a location has been selected for the levee, use Plan
Production tools to create plan and profile sheets and create dynamic
sheets for cross-sections can make your finished plan set come in under
budget.
With a core discipline focused on coastal engineering projects, a unique    CV228-2      Lecture
approach to the use of AutoCAD Civil 3D is inevitable. Instead of designing
cul-de-sacs and interchanges, we must focus on shaping shorelines,
breakwaters and dredged channels. This class will cover processes
associated with the analysis of shoreline changes using AutoCAD Civil 3D.
We will use surfaces, alignments, sample lines and materials to perform
volumes analysis and also employ corridors in a unique fashion to
determine shoreline erosion and accretion trends.
No architect or site designer should miss this exciting class. This lecture CV328-1C     Product Clinic
will show you a unique German approach to developing the maximum
parking capacity of a parking lot for your clients, and save your company
time and money. In addition, you will see how through the use of
intelligent AutoCAD® blocks, you can easily create complex parking
options, and carry out a full evaluation and comparison of these parking
layouts in a lot less time that it would take to do this by hand. With this
approach, you can test green space options, as well as obtain preliminary
cost estimates—work that can be tedious and time consuming. This class
will benefit building engineering professionals, CAD, and IT managers, as
well as the one-person shop. Attendees should have general AutoCAD
knowledge.
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                        Class Description                                        ID           Type
This class will show how AutoCAD Civil 3D users can best migrate their 3D CV330-1L        Hands-On Lab
models from AutoCAD Civil 3D to Autodesk Navisworks. Best practices,
do's and don'ts, and tips and tricks will be covered.
Parcels aren't just for site plans. This class will hit the fundamentals of how CV419-3   Lecture
parcels behave as well as uses such as stormwater catchment areas.

This class is designed for the AutoCAD® Civil 3D® user with experience CV232-1V           Virtual Class
in the Pipes feature. The class will detail a variety of Pipes feature
functionality such as pipe and structure rules, creating a pipe network from
various entities, interference checking, renaming of pipe network parts,
and custom parts list creation.
This class is designed for the AutoCAD® Civil 3D® user with experience CV240-2V           Virtual Class
in the Pipes feature. The class will detail a variety of Pipes feature
functionality such as pipe and structure rules, creating a pipe network
from various entities, interference checking, renaming of pipe network
parts, and custom parts list creation.
Deep dive into subassemblies and assemblies                                  CV327-4P     Lecture

This class will show you the raster essentials, starting with format         CV223-3P     Lecture
comparison, including TIF vs GeoTIFF, and other common formats, such
as .sid, .jpg, .ecw, and .j2k. There will be a format comparison for the
various Point Cloud formats, and we'll look at some of the shared project
visualization features between the two, such as theming, viewing in 3D,
exaggerating, and draping. We'll look at the pros and cons of inserting
rasters vs. connecting to them, and how that impacts the management of
large image sets. On the topic of elevation models, we'll look at raster
surfaces such as .dem files, as well as the .tif surfaces output from the
Map Point Cloud tool, and compare those to the TIN and GRID
functionality in AutoCAD Civil 3D, along with AutoCAD Civil surfaces from
DEM, TIF, etc. The import, vectorization, and creation of contour lines will
also be reviewed. Finally, we'll look at ways to apply what we've seen to
land use planning, utilities, AutoCAD Civil Design, engineering, and GIS
analysis.
Understand what needs to be done when making the switch from your            CV224-2C     Product Clinic
current engineering design software to AutoCAD® Civil 3D®. Learn how to
tackle the key components to a successful deployment including styles
and standards development, data management, process development and
optimization, and company-wide rollout techniques. This groundwork is
vital for your company to successfully migrate from legacy 2D/3D
engineering drafting software to the powerful, 3D model-centric approach
in AutoCAD Civil 3D. This class focuses on the best practices
organizations of all sizes can follow to get AutoCAD Civil 3D successfully
implemented.
Now that AutoCAD Civil 3D intersection functionality has been in place for CV433-1        Lecture
a full year, it's time to start seeing some real intersections, not the ones
that are created out of thin air. Often, an intersection needs to be
"inserted" into an established corridor and intersection geometry is rarely
as simple as that laid out automatically by the Intersection Wizard. In this
class, we'll look under the hood of the AutoCAD Civil 3D automated
intersection functionality so that you can best leverage its power,
especially for those complex intersections where the automated geometry
laid out by AutoCAD Civil 3D just doesn't cut it for your design.

Labels are an integral part of any design, but getting the labels to look the CV422-1     Lecture
way you want is the real challenge. In this fast paced class, you'll discover
how to create new label styles using many of the different types of data
available. You'll find exactly what you need to do to get the label to look
exactly the way you want it to!
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                        Class Description                                       ID         Type
Visualizations are becoming increasingly important, not only as a             CV427-3   Lecture
representation of the final result, but also during the design process. Learn
how to optimize the AutoCAD® Civil 3D® model for use with the AutoCAD
Civil Visualization Extension. Use AutoCAD Civil 3D to Autodesk® 3ds
Max® Design to dynamically manage changes and to check and optimize
your project during the design phase. Enhance your visualization with other
objects, create rendered animations, and get tips from the co-writer of the
"AutoCAD Civil Visualization Extension" white paper.

Our company, CPG New Zealand, used AutoCAD Civil 3D to assist in the CV427-2            Lecture
cleanup of a stream and associated flood protection works. The Waiwhetu
stream and associated flood protection works project undertaken on
behalf of the Greater Wellington Regional Council was prompted by the
need to revive a stream contaminated by toxic waste from a nearby former
industrial plant. The complex project required the design of a 3D model
incorporating several different retaining wall surfaces and slopes, depths,
and volumes of sediment for both the existing stream and a planned new
course.
In this class we will produce a comprehensive risk assessment map for the CV231-1       Lecture
purpose of access route selection to a wind farm site. The two criteria
upon which this analysis is based are soil depth and slope. Using a
combination of AutoCAD Civil 3D and AutoCAD Map 3D tools, we will
combine these two criteria to produce a slope stability risk assessment
map for the site to identify no go areas. This will enable us to visually
inspect the site to determine the location of our access roads.

Grid projections such as the State Plane Coordinate System (SPCS) and CV327-6           Lecture
Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) grid can be very useful for many
reasons. However, they can leave us with the grid-to-ground problem,
where distances on the ground are not the same as the distances we get
when we inverse coordinates. In this class, you will learn how to solve this
problem using a low-distortion projection. This is essentially a custom
coordinate system defined for just your project or local region, where the
"grid" and "ground" distances are the same. Your grid-to-ground problem
will melt away.
Learn how to use essential tools in AutoCAD Civil 3D to perform              CV330-1P   Lecture
investigations that demonstrate changes in land forms over time. In-depth,
step-by-step instructions will be given on how to import and attach data in
AutoCAD Civil 3D and use it as an investigative tool. This class will
benefit AutoCAD users who want to take advantage of readily available
online resources to remotely explore variations in topology. Attendees
should have general knowledge of AutoCAD Map 3D or AutoCAD Civil 3D.

Learn the techniques needed to make sure your corridors are hitting the CV333-1         Lecture
mark. Learn to utilize subassemblies and what objects make the best
targets. Have a meandering boundary you need to daylight to? Have a
stream bed with set staggered bottom elevations and meandering/variable
top elevations? Learn what it takes to hit those targets every time.

According to the National Institute of Standards and Technology, the cost CV319-3U      Unconference
of inadequate interoperability for U.S. capital facilities during the operation
and maintenance phases is estimated at $9 billion. If you include
infrastructure, such as bridges and roads, then these costs skyrocket
further! This class is designed for engineers, surveyors, architects, as well
as, CAD and GIS professionals interested in taking advantage of this huge
opportunity by tackling the CAD and GIS integration issue. We will discuss
its impact on utilities, public works, local governments and others
struggling with CAD and GIS interoperability and approaches for solving
the problem.
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                         Class Description                                         ID          Type
Roundabouts are growing at a fast rate both in North America and                CV314-1C   Product Clinic
throughout the rest of the world. Roundabouts have proven benefits.
Compared to normal intersections, they are typically safer, and they
function better from an environmental and operational perspective. This
class is a must for the AEC professional challenged by or seeking more
advanced insight into roundabout design. Through design examples, you
will learn what key factors contribute toward good roundabout design
layouts that control vehicle speeds, accommodation of design vehicles,
pedestrians, and other road users, sightline requirements and so on. We
will also present an overview of several roundabout CAD tools, including
the AutoCAD® Civil 3D roundabout tool. With this class, you will be well
on your way to join the Roundabout Revolution better equipped and ready
to go!
Let's face it. With the many regulatory requirements, how does one get the      CV327-3    Lecture
entire erosion and sedimentation plan process streamlined? This class will
answer many of those vexing questions through a case study. We will
utilize AutoCAD® Civil 3D® 2011 and use various tools to think out of the
box.
In this class, we will uncover some of the hidden gems of AutoCAD Civil         CV231-4U   Unconference
3D.
In this hands-on lab, users will walk through theory, methodology, and          CV319-1P   Lecture
practical-use cases on spatial analysis. Learn how to answer the questions
related to where and how geospatial data can be put to work in your design
process to understand spatial relationships in your data.
Automation innovations in Autodesk Storm and Sanitary Analysis software         CV223-4    Lecture
allows civil engineers to efficiently and economically complete stormwater
analysis and design projects. This class highlights how Autodesk Storm
and Sanitary Analysis was used to combine research, mapping, land use
analysis/planning, and hydraulic design to create a detailed design tool for
the City of Ramsey, MN, that the city could use for growth planning and
infrastructure replacement. The tool modeled a 30-square mile
metropolitan area of seven separate watershed areas and approximately
4100 individual hydraulic elements. With seamless integration of Autodesk
Storm and Sanitary Analysis with CAD and GIS systems, the project was
completed under the aggressive deadline of five weeks—less than half the
time that was budgeted. The completed hydrologic models were delivered
to the city to be used as a set of planning tools to minimize future
development impacts.
Early design validation can reduce errors in large, multi-company projects.     CV231-2    Lecture
In this 120-minute class, we will demonstrate validation techniques that
multiple companies can use to design, manage, and build an integrated
project. We will address problems common to multidisciplinary projects:
Does the survey data meet the expectations? Does each party use
different design software? Is that bridge too low? Do we have crossing pipe
lines? Clever use of AutoCAD® Civil 3D®, along with other packages such
as Autodesk® Revit®, Autodesk® Navisworks® Manage, Autodesk 3ds
Max® Design, and Autodesk Design Review, can help you recognize
potential obstacles at an early stage. Reduce the risk of errors and validate
your project before building it.

Learn how to prepare your AutoCAD Civil 3D pipe networks for analysis           CV232-2V   Virtual Class
with Autodesk Storm and Sanitary Analysis. Go beyond simple peak flow
design and separate stormwater detention basin calculations. Learn how
to model the entire stormwater management system for design. Some
hydrology and hydraulic experience is required.

Learn how to prepare your AutoCAD Civil 3D pipe networks for analysis           CV238-2V   Virtual Class
with Autodesk Storm and Sanitary Analysis. Go beyond simple peak flow
design and separate stormwater detention basin calculations. Learn how
to model the entire stormwater management system for design. Some
hydrology and hydraulic experience is required.
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                        Class Description                                        ID         Type
This class will show an example of the process of integrating these          DM427-4     Lecture
document management and product data management solutions.
Attendees will learn what is needed to execute this kind of project at their
customer's facility. The language used will be easy to understand and
presented at an intermediate technical level. Participants will be able to
ask more in-depth technical questions if needed.
This class will describe how Unverferth Manufacturing Company, Inc., has DM220-1         Lecture
used Autodesk Vault Professional to reduce data entry and allow the
engineering department to control data within and outside its walls, in
multiple plants and in real time. The class will also discuss how Unverferth
intends to integrate the data with its MRP system. We will give a brief
overview of the Unverferth server/hardware configuration, walk through the
set-up and use of connected workgroups and replication and detail how
data is stored in Autodesk Vault. We will demonstrate how an assembly is
created in Autodesk Inventor®, vaulted, and assigned to an item, and how
the data is controlled and released through a change order, exposing it to
the MRP system for use by production, purchasing, sales, and service.

Traceability of approval and change actions of engineering documents and      DM223-1    Lecture
data is becoming more important to engineering companies, as legal
compliances such as FDA, SOX, ISO and others are more commonplace.
While manual, paper-based approval and change systems have worked
very well in many cases, they are difficult to administer, track, and prove
conformity. This class sets out to look at approval and change
management from the engineer's perspective; to look at the handling of
multiple types of documentation and workflows that most companies have
in their day-to-day processes; and to show how you can easily have at
hand the de facto information about who-did-what-and-when, which can be
categorically proven when needed.
The follow up discussion to Collaborating Civilly, we'll get a chance to      DM430-3U   Unconference
discuss Autodesk® Vault Collaboration, AutoCAD® Civil 3D®, Data
Shortcuts, and all the various ways you can pull your team together. Bring
your ideas and your solutions to this open discussion focused on team
work and AutoCAD Civil 3D users.
This is the "Tips and Tricks" class for Autodesk Vault users. Attend and      DM322-1    Lecture
see the lesser-known techniques from experts on the product. You will
walk away with new ideas and workflows for using the Autodesk Vault
family of products.
Master the art of creating and managing metadata with the Autodesk®           DM433-6    Lecture
Vault product line. Using the new property system and the property values
in your design/CAD applications, you will learn how to create policies that
specify required values and formatting. You will learn how to consolidate
properties from multiple design/CAD applications into a uniform list that
span all file types. You will learn how to make these properties easily
accessible for search and view by the non-technical members of your
team. You will also see how to create custom reports based on property
values that were previously inaccessible.
Autodesk Vault is the source of truth for all of your CAD data, but how can   DM231-1    Lecture
you search and report against it? This class covers how the Autodesk
Vault can show and tell the information you need, and how you can
customize it to fit your processes.
This class is designed for anyone who supports or manages Autodesk            DM333-1    Lecture
Vault. If you have to install and maintain Autodesk Vault, come to this
class and learn about advanced configurations, best practices, and
troubleshooting for your environment from the product support experts.
Attendees should have an IT background and general knowledge of
Autodesk Vault.
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                        Class Description                                      ID           Type
While the use of Autodesk Vault Workgroup in mechanical design             DM416-1      Lecture
environments is well established, case studies of Autodesk Vault
Workgroup use in organizations that perform classic 2D design are rare.
This class looks at how Autodesk Vault Workgroup is being implemented
to manage intersection signal design and street striping projects for a
major municipal Department of Transportation (DOT). Autodesk Vault
Workgroup provides design project tracking, status reporting, document
control, and status update notification. Emphasis is on practical Autodesk
Vault Workgroup deployment that leverages out-of-the-box features to
achieve project goals. The session also focuses on how Autodesk Vault
Workgroup is being integrated with existing paper-oriented design
processes while creating an environment that will encourage less
dependence on paper in the future.

Are you using AutoCAD Electrical now and thinking about implementing         DM238-1V   Virtual Class
Autodesk Vault Manufacturing? Then this class is for you! We will show
you how to configure Autodesk Vault Manufacturing to communicate with
AutoCAD Electrical. You will learn how to send project file information from
AutoCAD Electrical to Autodesk Vault Manufacturing and send item
information from Autodesk Vault Manufacturing to AutoCAD Electrical.

Are you using AutoCAD Electrical now and thinking about implementing      DM214-1V      Virtual Class
Autodesk Vault Manufacturing? Then this class is for you! We will show
you how to configure Autodesk Vault Manufacturing to communicate with
AutoCAD Electrical. You will learn how to send project file information
from AutoCAD Electrical to Autodesk Vault Manufacturing and send item
information from Autodesk Vault Manufacturing to AutoCAD Electrical.

Attend this class to see some exciting new concepts on how to better         DM422-3    Lecture
manage your BIM Projects with Autodesk Vault technology.
We all face challenges managing our data. The family of Autodesk Vault       DM419-2    Lecture
products provides a number of solutions that simplify this task. This class
shows how a small manufacturing company on the front lines of a global
market met their data challenges head on with Autodesk Vault Workgroup.
We will discuss the key elements of Autodesk Vault Workgroup as they
relate to these challenges and identify turning points in your organization.
If you are considering Autodesk Vault or you are a seasoned Autodesk
Vault user, and need it to do little more, it might be time to step up to
Autodesk Vault Workgroup. Learn how this powerful data management
solution helped a small company survive the recent economic free fall and
come out ahead. Identify how Autodesk Vault Workgroup will benefit you,
based on your unique company needs.

Share best practices with peers and get answers to your data                DM430-5U    Unconference
management questions in this class. This class is all about networking with
your peers and data management industry experts.
Want to "see" your Autodesk Vault data through your Autodesk Inventor       DM228-1     Lecture
models? Now you can! This class covers the latest in data management
technology using Autodesk Vault and Autodesk Inventor: visual data
management through data mapping. Come away with the know-how and
steps needed to tailor this heads-up environment for your company.

Want to "see" your Autodesk Vault data through your Autodesk Inventor     DM322-2V      Virtual Class
models? Now you can! This class covers the latest in data management
technology using Autodesk Vault and Autodesk Inventor: visual data
management through data mapping. Come away with the know-how and
steps needed to tailor this heads-up environment for your company.

Want to "see" your Autodesk Vault data through your Autodesk Inventor     DM324-1V      Virtual Class
models? Now you can! This class covers the latest in data management
technology using Autodesk Vault and Autodesk Inventor: visual data
management through data mapping. Come away with the know-how and
steps needed to tailor this heads-up environment for your company.
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                         Class Description                                          ID          Type
If you work in an organization that would like to function as a single           DM316-1    Lecture
workgroup sharing data across multiple sites, then this class is for you.
Learn all about site replication with Autodesk Vault Collaboration. You will
see how the replication works—how users interact, configure, and maintain
Autodesk Vault Collaboration—and learn how to backup and restore the
system.
Capital project success is determined prior to design and depends on the         CR220-1    Lecture
quality of the owner’s business plan. Proper use of BIM applications
requires a guiding theory, organizational structure, and verifiable
knowledge acquisition. Autodesk BIM applications allow us to work at a
level of detail earlier in a building project than ever before and to address
risk, regulatory restrictions, and business problems. Autodesk applications
promote a dramatic improvement in opportunities for the owner, designer,
and contractor to work in an integrated and highly collaborative
environment, which fosters idea exchanges, evaluation of business needs,
and access to critical project information. This course presents the
business processes needed to acquire complete, verified, applicable, and
timely knowledge, freeing project stakeholders to respond to complex,
dynamic, and challenging project problems and to uncover hidden
opportunities. Attendees gain an insight affirming that their leadership is
well-founded and is maximizing ROI. Other topics include methods to
ensure the integrity of your BIM as it progresses from planning, design,
Contractors use different scheduling and estimating software with different      CR320-1C   Product Clinic
cost databases. Therefore, for 4D scheduling and 5D estimating, BIM data
created by designers could be considered incomplete or inappropriate.
Additionally, if Revit is used, the design data will be complex with multi-
directional interrelationships, Revit-specific concepts and terminologies,
and often with standards (e.g. family types and parameters) only
meaningful to the design company. One challenge in implementing BIM
construction processes is how to understand such models, and thus to
develop a protocol to validate the data, connect them automatically to cost
databases, and eventually use them for 4D/5D. This class discusses a
number of aspects and issues involved in using Revit for a BIM
construction process, and it will be useful for all construction companies
implementing such a process.
Project teams using Building Information Modeling (BIM) need to share            CR330-1    Lecture
information securely and effectively with team members across
companies, stakeholders, and geographies. In this class, you will learn
how to use Autodesk Buzzsaw and the new Buzzsaw Sync feature to
automatically synchronize files from your local system to the Buzzsaw
cloud, centralize and synchronize multi-discipline models for analysis using
Autodesk Navisworks® software, and connect your project team so they
can all stay "in sync" on your BIM projects.
This class will discuss the TimeLiner feature of Autodesk Navisworks             CR234-1    Lecture
Manage, and how it can be used throughout the entire project life cycle,
from bidding to final project turnover and completion. Topics for
discussion include how to create schedule simulations for project bids and
demonstrations of milestone schedules to illustrate key construction
completion dates. In addition, we will review the process for importing the
project's construction schedule. We also will view detailed simulations of
specific project areas that can be tested with a link to the Clash Detective,
including animations of equipment being moved into the building during
construction. Through these simulations, contractors and construction
managers can improve project planning significantly by understanding the
moving parts of the construction site. Finally, we will investigate strategies
to create a time-based model for use in facilities management.
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                         Class Description                                        ID          Type
Autodesk Constructware is a configurable Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)          CR430-2    Lecture
construction project management solution that helps deliver projects
efficiently with near-time visibility into job costs. So, how do you achieve
this near-time visibility? It's all about the setup behind the scenes: the
configuration that's invisible to the end users yet fundamental to making
the system mold itself to your business practices, terminology, and
principles. Learn from the Product Manager how to set up your system to
minimize duplicate entry and ensure that users activities in workflows
keep your costs visible, accurate, and up-to-date.

Design data is issued to estimators in a variety of media, ranging from      CR318-1C     Product Clinic
basic raster files through 2D CAD formats to 3D BIM models. This class
will show how estimators can leverage better drawing-file intelligence, and
how designers can structure their files to improve downstream data-
harvesting to the benefit of the collaborative team effort.
Let's have a candid discussion around 3D coordination. How are firms         CR228-2      Panel
dealing with construction tolerances in their models as well as installation
standards? The process does not stop when the office is finished. Sending
the information to the field is just as important as making the elements fit
within the model. We will show you how models are being pushed to the
field and how firms are working together through issues.

More and more contractors are finding the benefits of leveraging BIM on        CR220-2    Lecture
their projects. This class will focus specifically on Autodesk Navisworks
and the ways in which leading-edge contractors are using the tools
available to build better buildings. Topics include: Project
Procurement/Interview Strategies, Assisting the Design Team Before
Construction and Sub-Procurement via "Design Phase Early Conflict
Modeling and Coordination", Visualization Techniques, 4D Simulations and
Phasing, On-Site Spatial Coordination and Clash Detection, and
Completing the Life Cycle with Facilities Management.
This class will take the audience on a journey through the life cycle use of CR223-2      Lecture
BIM processes on data center projects. As the number one data center
builder in the country, we have had to devise very focused and efficient
BIM uses on our projects. The project examples will range from a $50
million 150,000 square foot data center to a $400 million data center that
can fit more than seven football fields inside of it. Different approaches for
smaller projects, larger projects, team-approach, and accelerated "fast-
track" all come into play when deciding when and where to implement BIM
processes. Attendees will benefit by seeing a multitude of BIM use
examples, with discussion about the challenges faced, obstacles
overcome, and lessons learned. There is a common misconception that
BIM is a magic Easy button that will fix every issue. This class will also
share where BIM is not useful or practical, the lessons learned about
managing non-BIMming subs and some pitfalls that both those new to BIM
and the experienced alike should think about when considering BIM.

This course will outline in detail the inner-workings of how to plan, execute, CR228-1    Lecture
and deliver a Facility Information Model (FIM) as a product of leveraging
models through design, construction, and closeout. BIM continues to
evolve as a process and as a technology. As such, the need to delivery
accurate as-constructed models to the owner or facility director is
becoming increasingly important. Learn how to use BIM to enable all
stakeholders to collaborate, including owners, from the beginning of a
project. Discover how to extend project successes beyond time and budget
to virtual deliverables as well. This class outlines the workflow throughout
the construction process, which enables a valuable Facilities Information
Model deliverable at the close a project.
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                          Class Description                                           ID         Type
This class will focus on using BIM as a tool for creation of a concrete            CR231-2    Lecture
construction (fabrication level) model and how to collaborate with
designers and other subcontractors to avoid conflicts in the field once work
has started. The class will start at the beginning and go through each step
from the start of design through the end of construction. Topics covered
will include using Autodesk® Revit® Structure to create a model,
collaborating with Autodesk Navisworks® Manage, breaking your model
into individual concrete pours and creating lift drawings, extracting quantity
information from Revit to Autodesk Quantity Takeoff (QTO), linking your
CPM Schedule to the model, using model data and Robotic Total Stations
for layout, and exporting your lift drawings to AutoCAD® for use by rebar
and forming suppliers.
The AEC industry has been hearing about the need to strategically develop          CR322-2U   Unconference
BIM plans that will help a team of designers, contractors, subcontractors
communicate and collaborate using BIM tools throughout the project.
These plans are now requirements of many government and private
contracts, and are becoming equally rigorous and important as quality
control, safety, and other project plans. There are several groups that
have developed guides for developing BIM plans, going by names such as
BIM Execution Plan, BIM Implementation Plan, BIM Deployment Plan, etc.
This group will discuss the process and challenges of developing and
implementing a BIM plan. Discussion with the audience and sharing
practical experience with BIM Execution Plans will make up the remainder
of the class.
By creating a link between Autodesk® Revit 2010 and a Trimble™ Robotic             CR319-1    Lecture
Total Station, Sundt Construction was able to utilize BIM to locate any
point on the computer and in the field. This class will explain how to
generate northing, easting, and elevation information based on your
existing elements, as well as miscellaneous points in your model. You will
also learn how to take that information, convert it to a Trimble-friendly
format, load it onto a data collector, and locate that exact point in the field.
The class is based on cast-in-place concrete uses, but the process is
applicable to any construction project.
Every building truly does have its price and one of the most time                  CR430-1L   Hands-On Lab
consuming items during the estimation process is to perform a building
takeoff. This hands-on lab will teach you how to utilize Autodesk Quantity
Takeoff (QTO) in a 2D, 3D, and a combined 2D/3D workflow to help you
minimize your time doing takeoffs. We will leverage PDF files, as well as
models to complete our tasks in this class. You learn to understand the
QTO interface, the tools in the software, create reports and leave the class
feeling ready to tackle the coming estimating challenges.

This class provides an introduction to Lean Construction methods. We will CR327-1             Lecture
cover several Lean Construction tools that are useful for Virtual Design
and Construction (VDC) and Building Information Modeling (BIM). We will
also discuss behavior and culture changes that enable Lean Construction
and demonstrate training materials that have been successfully used to
train groups to work using Lean Construction philosophies. We will tie all
this together with how Lean Construction helps when using VDC/BIM on a
project and how using integrated project delivery can enhance the use of
Lean Construction tools.
As model-based project delivery progresses, how do you leverage your         CR427-2L         Hands-On Lab
BIM in an AEC sharing environment? When venturing into a new world of
model sharing and BIM delivery to designers and builders, pre-planning
your model setup is critical for project success. This interactive workshop
presents an integrated view of all aspects of modeling. We will use a BIM
execution plan workbook for joint teams as a guide for determining
modeling guidelines. Whether you are modeling alone or in concert with
practitioners from other disciplines, this class will be instrumental as you
move forward.
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                        Class Description                                       ID          Type
The past several years have become a renaissance for how capital              CR231-3    Lecture
programs are managed and how projects are delivered. We have
witnessed the increased adoption of Virtual Design and Construction
(VDC), Lean Project Delivery (LPD), and various other approaches to
improve the delivery and management of capital assets. Proven results are
now indicating that these approaches will radically change the way we
conceive and deliver construction projects. This course will provide an in-
depth look at how the effective implementation of VDC and LPD practices
combined increases competitive advantage for owners and service
providers. Specifically, participants will gain a shared understanding of the
way Integrated Concurrent Engineering (ICE) creates the right environment
for collaboration including simultaneous process and product management
during design; how Building Information Modeling (BIM), including 4D
modeling, enables fit for purpose and better site operations design and
validation; and how lean production planning and control and BIM can be
implemented sustainably to increase predictability and ensure on-time
milestone completion.
For years, software companies have been trying to figure out how              CR223-1L   Hands-On Lab
quantities could be taken off from AutoCAD® projects. There have been
many ideas and approaches on how to accomplish this task. With the
Sage Timberline Office plug-in for Autodesk Quantity Takeoff, the eagle
has landed. Come learn how to perform takeoff from Revit® models and
seamlessly integrate Sage Timberline Office Estimating with Autodesk
Quantity Takeoff.
Autodesk Navisworks Manage 2011 is a breakthrough product for                 CR422-1    Lecture
contractors and design professionals of all kinds. We will take a high-level
view of the product, covering all of its major functions and feature sets. We
will focus on using Clash Detective in real-world cases to easily identify
and correct design problems before they hit the streets and cost real
money. Additionally, we will explain how to use the Timeliner in conjunction
with Clash Detective to produce a true 4D construction representation of
your project to manage workflow and head off disasters, both big and
small. We will explore using the Presenter module to produce compelling
visual images, as well as create walkthrough animations combined with
scripts that react to events.

Building Information Modeling and Integrated Project Delivery are driving     CR419-1    Lecture
the need for earlier, broader collaboration on AEC and civil projects.
Trends toward greater collaboration in all aspects of our lives have led to
mass adoption of Web-deployed collaboration technologies. Project
Bluestreak is refining the application of modern information technologies,
such as social networking, instant messaging, micro-blogging and others,
to the need for project collaboration. This class presents the latest
generation of the Bluestreak collaboration environment. See the newest
version of Bluestreak and how collaboration support can connect design,
visualization, simulation, and analysis applications and the people that use
them.
This class will cover how to use AutoCAD Revit during construction            CR330-2    Lecture
planning and implementation. It will teach you how to use project
parameters to your advantage for sorting and utilizing the information
contained within AutoCAD Revit to increase field productivity and support
Lean Construction methods. It will provide tips and tricks for creating and
managing models specifically for use by the contractor. In addition, the
class will explain how to use the information within the model to give your
project managers a tool to aid in real time cost control and scheduling tool.
This class will benefit contractors, owners, and design build firms directly,
but could provide insight for engineering and architectural professionals.

Autodesk Navisworks is a great tool for communicating and sharing design CR322-1L        Hands-On Lab
ideas, identifying conflicts, and winning new business. This class will allow
users the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of Autodesk Navisworks
Manage, be able to navigate the model and return from AU better armed
for approaching design challenges.
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                         Class Description                                          ID          Type
Creating a useful construction model in Autodesk® Revit can add many         CR416-1        Lecture
benefits to your building process. We will walk through specific techniques
in the project file and family editor. Adding details and elements that
demonstrate compliance, or lack thereof, with design intent and building
codes can significantly improve the collaboration and execution of the
numerous trades involved. You can reduce RFI's, field conflicts, and the
lack of communication that plague our industry. Effective use of these BIM
tools will improve construction schedules and profitability, especially when
as a builder you control and create the construction model.

In the new world of Building Information Modeling (BIM), designers can no        CR419-2    Lecture
longer afford to simply create "Design Intent" drawings and expect the
construction team to "figure out" the details. BIM, combined with
alternative project delivery methods, enables project teams to go beyond
construction documents and provide substantial additional value to the
project during the construction phase as well as the life cycle of the
building. This class explores the possibilities of upstream data sharing in
design-build and integrated project delivery (IPD) procurement methods.
Topics covered will include the "model" as a contract document, trusting
the contractor to add relevant detail information, determining who is best
suited to provide model content, and preparing for operations and
maintenance.
This class will explore case study examples of where Vela Systems® field         CR220-3    Lecture
software and Autodesk® Navisworks® were used to facilitate the
commissioning, handover, and operations process. A framework for data
and document exchange will be presented and explained in light of
COBie2 requirements. Case study examples of a data center, hospital,
and others will be presented.
Join us for the world premiere of what is going to set a new tone in the 3D      CC416-1L   Hands-On Lab
creative world. From a skateboard to jewelry to toys to yacht design, let's
play with a tool that your entire family will love to have. Witness the future
of the 3D Creative Millennial Generation!
Introducing the designer's new best friend. Exploring the wonderful world        CC330-1V   Virtual Class
of amazing illustrations done in no time with the raster/vector empowered
Autodesk Alias Sketch 2011. Chris Cheung will introduce this amazing
designer's companion while Kyle Runciman will work with the jaw-
dropping standalone Autodesk Alias Sketch as well as demonstrate the
power of Autodesk Alias Sketch in AutoCAD®.
Introducing the designer's new best friend. Explore the wonderful world of       CC312-5V   Virtual Class
amazing illustrations done in no time with the raster/vector empowered
Autodesk Alias Sketch 2011. Chris Cheung will introduce this amazing
designer's companion while Kyle Runciman will work with the jaw-
dropping standalone Autodesk Alias Sketch as well as demonstrate the
power of Autodesk Alias Sketch in AutoCAD®.
This class will cover the power of Autodesk Alias Sketch in capturing early      CC228-1    Lecture
thoughts, iterating and exploring options, and creating amazingly powerful
illustrations of concepts for architectural or interior design tasks.

Introducing the designer's new best friend. Explore the wonderful world of CC316-6          Lecture
amazing illustrations done in no time with the raster/vector-empowered
Autodesk Alias Sketch 2011. Chris Cheung will introduce this amazing
designer's companion, while Kyle Runciman will work with jaw-dropping
standalone Autodesk Alias Sketch software as well as demonstrate the
power of Autodesk Alias Sketch in AutoCAD®.
Introducing the designer's new best friend. Explore the wonderful world of CC223-1L         Hands-On Lab
amazing illustrations done in no time with the raster/vector-empowered
Autodesk Alias Sketch 2011. Chris Cheung will introduce this amazing
designer's companion, while Kyle Runciman will work with jaw-dropping
standalone Autodesk Alias Sketch software as well as demonstrate the
power of Autodesk Alias Sketch in AutoCAD®.
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                         Class Description                                          ID          Type
Always admiring what those artists do but never knew how to do it? Join us CC430-1          Lecture
for a deep dive in the industry's most creative sketching software and get
ready to hone in on your existing talent. Chris Cheung will introduce to you
the beautiful world of SketchBook, while Kyle Runciman will develop some
quick concepts sketches while exploring the new tools in Autodesk
SketchBook Pro 2011. The class will range from basic perspective tips to
intricate texture creation techniques.
This presentation will show the benefits of a combined set of software       CC231-1        Lecture
products, giving the designers the right tools to cover all stages of the
design process. Starting with the surfaces in Autodesk Alias, to importing
and processing the surfaces in Autodesk Inventor, to preparing and
presenting the Autodesk Inventor model in Autodesk Showcase, this class
will show the main challenges in the daily process of design. The focus is
on the workflow processes of the programs, and the new features in
Autodesk Inventor and Autodesk Alias. If you are an industrial designer or
a product developer, this class will provide insight into the advanced and
professional design workflow available with your Autodesk products.

With so many options to explore, design departments need to have the             CC327-1    Lecture
tools that allow them to remain creative, yet work efficiently. Recently,
Envisage Group commissioned their design consultancy, design FL, to
take on a project called Concept Air, an exploration into the future airline
experience, to demonstrate their design capabilities to customers. See
how Autodesk products allowed design FL's designers' minds, pens, and
mice to wander. Designers at design FL have infinite considerations to
balance, and it proved essential to Envisage Group to use the full range of
Autodesk software, including Sketch Book Pro, Autodesk Alias Design,
Autodesk Alias Surface, 3D Studio Max, Autodesk Inventor®, and
Autodesk Showcase® to achieve fast, expressive, customer focused
designs.
Participants will learn about the optimal artistic workflow of creating          CC220-1    Lecture
aesthetically convincing imagery. The main pipeline will focus on
Autodesk Alias, Autodesk Showcase and Alias Sketch. In the "tips and
tricks" section, other applications will be involved in a creative process:
SketchBook® Pro, Autodesk Mudbox™, and Autodesk Maya®.
This class is designed for beginners who have heard about surfacing and          CC240-1C   Product Clinic
want to get an in-depth look at it without getting caught up too much in the
software technology. The audience will get a good understanding about
surfacing efforts in the industry, and they will be able to evaluate their own
skills and the effort that is needed to do technical surfacing by either
themselves or their teams.
This class will show you how you can use the Autodesk® Sketchbook®               CC322-1    Lecture
suite of products to digitally replace much of the paper that's currently
cluttering your desk. On your iPhone, your iPad, or your office computer,
Sketchbook will allow you to communicate more effectively in a
collaborative environment. Best of all, Sketchbook fits right into your
existing workflow. So whether you're looking to streamline your existing
processes, reduce your impact on the planet, or simply make the most of
your electronic devices, I'll show you how easy it is to finally put down the
paper, and pick up Sketchbook.
Design consists not only of forms, but also colors, textures, graphics,          CC234-1C   Product Clinic
touches, and the most important—the story. Design without a story is a
dead object, and telling a story about your design to your manager, clients,
and future customers is a very important part of your design process.
Autodesk Alias is the leading software that enables designers to tell
compelling design stories using sketches and 3D models in a real-time
rendering. This class will guide you through a basic knowledge of
rendering and animation features to more complex workflows that go
beyond creating a single image or a single cut of animation.
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                         Class Description                                         ID          Type
It's not just a phone anymore! Not only are mobile devices getting more         CC419-1    Lecture
powerful every day, the mass market adoption and expectations of what a
smart device is supposed to do have reached new levels. The impact is far
reaching. For the professional, it can extend existing workflows as well as
create completely new ones that were previously unimaginable. For
consumers, it has created a new highly competitive marketplace of apps,
exposing technology previously unattainable to the average consumer.
This class explores the impact of smart devices from the Autodesk
perspective, including a review of the the Autodesk app portfolio, ways of
leveraging smart devices to gain creative edge, the challenges associated
with the platform, and sharing ideas on where this could go in the near
future.
In this class, we will take a close look at process and techniques used in      CC328-1V   Virtual Class
an industrial design (ID) environment, specifically those that involve
design of consumer products. The workflows discussed will cover a wide
range of tools and their application to solve design problems.
In this class, we will take a close look at process and techniques used in      CC342-1V   Virtual Class
an industrial design (ID) environment, specifically those that involve design
of consumer products. The workflows discussed will cover a wide range of
tools and their application to solve design problems.
This class will demonstrate the essential workflows and tools used to           CC336-1L   Hands-On Lab
design and develop a consumer product with Autodesk Alias Design and
Autodesk Inventor Fusion. One of the key learnings will be a clear
understanding of the power of each application and guidelines for data
translation. Within Autodesk Alias, we will look at the design workflow
covering sketch references, NURBS modeling, evaluation, and
visualization. To finish the early-stage production model, Autodesk
Inventor Fusion will be used to quickly create Shells, Fillets, and other
production details. This class is a must if you are interested in applying
solid modeling features to your surface model.
This class will demonstrate the essential workflows and tools used to           CC422-1    Lecture
design and develop a consumer product with Autodesk Alias Design and
Autodesk Inventor Fusion. One of the key learnings will be a clear
understanding of the power of each application and guidelines for data
translation. Within Autodesk Alias, we will look at the design workflow
covering sketch references, NURBS modeling, evaluation, and
visualization. To finish the early-stage production model, Autodesk
Inventor Fusion will be used to quickly create Shells, Fillets, and other
production details. This class is a must if you are interested in applying
solid modeling features to your surface model.
This class will demonstrate the essential workflows and tools used to           CC222-1V   Virtual Class
design and develop a consumer product with Autodesk Alias Design and
Autodesk Inventor Fusion. One of the key learnings will be a clear
understanding of the power of each application and guidelines for data
translation. Within Autodesk Alias, we will look at the design workflow
covering sketch references, NURBS modeling, evaluation, and
visualization. To finish the early-stage production model, Autodesk
Inventor Fusion will be used to quickly create Shells, Fillets, and other
production details. This class is a must if you are interested in applying
solid modeling features to your surface model.
This class will demonstrate the essential workflows and tools used to           CC234-3V   Virtual Class
design and develop a consumer product with Autodesk Alias Design and
Autodesk Inventor Fusion. One of the key learnings will be a clear
understanding of the power of each application and guidelines for data
translation. Within Autodesk Alias, we will look at the design workflow
covering sketch references, NURBS modeling, evaluation, and
visualization. To finish the early-stage production model, Autodesk
Inventor Fusion will be used to quickly create Shells, Fillets, and other
production details. This class is a must if you are interested in applying
solid modeling features to your surface model.
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                          Class Description                                           ID          Type
One plus one usually equals two. But when we take AutoCAD® (1) and           CP228-4          Lecture
add it to Microsoft Office (1), we get something very different than two. We
get four or eight or 19 or 126. We get exponential increases in productivity
and accuracy. Got Excel®? Got Word? Got Access®? Got
PowerPoint®? Then you, my friend have got game. We'll show you how
to take AutoCAD, Microsoft .NET, and these Office products to make a
beautifully powerful solution.
Come and discuss the issues and technologies for interoperating between CP228-3U              Unconference
unmanaged, C++/ObjectARX®, COM, MFC (or any other non-.NET-based
platform) applications and a managed/.NET application using technologies
like mixed-managed programming, P/Invoke and COM interop.

Developing powerful AutoCAD® add-ins in .NET can be an enjoyable                   CP224-2V   Virtual Class
experience. But which language is the best to use? VB.NET? C#? And
are there other .NET languages to choose from? In 60 minutes, we will
examine the benefits of each .NET language and cover critical decision-
making topics.
Developing powerful AutoCAD® add-ins in .NET can be an enjoyable                   CP214-1V   Virtual Class
experience. But which language is the best to use? VB.NET? C#? And
are there other .NET languages to choose from? In 60 minutes, we will
examine the benefits of each .NET language and cover critical decision-
making topics.
Learn how to customize and control AutoCAD using the deepclone API. In-            CP220-3C   Product Clinic
depth, step-by-step instructions to understand the particular design
philosophy of AutoCAD will give audiences a better understanding of
what's going on under the hood. Explore the principles of object references
in the AutoCAD DWG file and how AutoCAD works with them. Many
scenarios will be reviewed during this lecture including xref and xref in-
place editing.
This class discusses the possibilities and optimal use of the Revit API to         CP333-4U   Unconference
create, analyze, and modify Revit MEP models programmatically. It
addresses all MEP domains including HVAC, electrical, and plumbing. It
discusses all MEP model components such as mechanical and electrical
systems, ducts, pipes, fittings, connectors, and the new cable trays,
conduits, and panel schedules. Topics include in-depth analysis and
traversal of systems, automatic splitting of parts, obstruction avoidance,
routing automation, and conduit and cable tray layout. We will discuss the
standard Revit MEP SDK sample applications, as well as custom ones to
convert pipes to conduits; layout of cable tray elements and fittings;
display of electrical system hierarchies in a tree view; and automatically
calculate, size, and report performance of an HVAC system that is based
on room requirements.
Learn tips and techniques to extract geometric and measurement data                CP319-1    Lecture
from Revit models using the Revit API. You will learn how to analyze the
geometry of various elements, including walls, floors, roofs and structural
framing. You will learn techniques for measuring quantities related to the
building construction, including areas, volumes, and material usage. You
will also see how ray-tracing utilities can assist with analysis of the physical
relationships between elements in the Revit model. You will see how
new 2011 APIs can make it easier to find elements located at particular
coordinates within the model.
This class will use code examples to illustrate the process of rewriting           CP433-2    Lecture
existing AutoLISP or VBA/COM programs into VB.NET or C#. Then
demonstrate how to cross-reference functions for AutoLISP and VBA/COM
with .NET methods and properties and show how to expose .NET functions
to VBA/COM and AutoLISP.
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                         Class Description                                         ID          Type
Learn how to apply the new Dynamic Model Update functionality in the          CP327-1      Lecture
Revit 2011 API to react to changes and update the Revit model
automatically. The class will introduce the various API interfaces that allow
registration of updaters and permit assignment of updaters to trigger based
on specific changes. We will demonstrate how an updater implementation
should be authored, with some examples that demonstrate how to add and
keep synchronized external data managed by your application. In another
scenario, newly introduced API events can be used to keep an external
application up-to-date with the Revit model.

The gurus panel (in the past) has been the highlight of many AUs. A panel       CP319-1U   Unconference
of experts get together and make a list of ten questions from the audience
on customization. The experts confer, solve the problems and demonstrate
the solutions to the audience.
Learn how to improve productivity and CAD standards compliance by               CP422-1    Lecture
automating one of the most basic but repetitive tasks in AutoCAD: adding
annotation to your drawing. This presentation will provide in-depth
instructions on how to make annotation objects assign themselves to the
correct annotation size, layer, text style, and dimension style, all based on
your company's CAD standards.
This product clinic is designed to help you to quickly take advantage of the    CP232-1C   Product Clinic
new parametric surfacing capabilities introduced in AutoCAD 2011. You
will explore how to create and modify programmatically those associative
surfaces. Learn the starting point for developing a cutting-edge surfaces
tool based on AutoCAD. This class will benefit developers who want to
build custom extensions on top of the existing surface capabilities in
AutoCAD, as well as AutoCAD users with programming knowledge who
want to leverage their workflow on surfacing activities. Attendees should
have an intermediate or advanced knowledge of the AutoCAD .NET API.
Experience with the associative framework API is a plus, though not
required.
In this class we will work through some practical examples of customizing       CP230-1V   Virtual Class
AutoCAD entity behavior using the .NET Overrule API introduced in
AutoCAD 2010. Coding examples will be presented in VB.NET, but the
concepts demonstrated apply to all other .NET programming languages.

In this class we will work through some practical examples of customizing       CP240-2V   Virtual Class
AutoCAD entity behavior using the .NET Overrule API introduced in
AutoCAD 2010. Coding examples will be presented in VB.NET, but the
concepts demonstrated apply to all other .NET programming languages.

A panel of ObjectARX® and AutoCAD .NET experts from Autodesk are            CP234-3        Panel
here to answer your questions. If you're writing add-ins for AutoCAD, then
this is the perfect forum to get to know the people who shape the APIs you
work with.
Are you a VBA developer who needs to upgrade your code to Microsoft         CP330-1        Lecture
.NET? It's a lot easier than you think using Microsoft .NET COM Interop.
Learn how quickly and easily you can convert your VBA projects to
VB.NET, using the same ActiveX® Object Model you're familiar with from
VBA.
Analytical data from Autodesk Ecotect has become an important driver for CP422-2           Lecture
the parametric geometry of sustainable design elements in Revit, such as
sun shades. This can be done qualitatively, but evaluating multiple options
with many variables is time consuming. Moving quantitative data from
Autodesk Ecotect into a Revit model can resolve this. This class will look
at some examples in Autodesk Maya® and other software, and suggest
the advantages of working in Revit. Some mathematical concepts that
underlie sun shading geometry, and how this can be implemented in
parametric Revit families, will be reviewed. A sample workflow, including
some basic instruction in Autodesk Ecotect and how data can be exported
to Excel, will be examined. A strategy for importing data from Excel into
Revit families, based on customizations that utilize the Revit API will be
described in detail. Some samples of the associated C# code will be
examined.
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                        Class Description                                        ID           Type
This class is designed as a dynamic interactive discussion related to all   CP316-1U      Unconference
things about the Autodesk Inventor application programming interface
(API) and Microsoft ®Visual Basic® programming for Autodesk Inventor.
Join Brian Ekins, Alan Gager, and your peers in a networking opportunity
like no other. Attendees are encouraged to share their work with the API in
a relaxed and comfortable exchange of information.
Many projects need GIS services rather than finished GIS products. We       CP234-1       Lecture
have come across several customers who needed to: integrate a mapping
component in a desktop application; integrate a web mapping component
in a portal; integrate two heterogeneous web applications. The class
elaborates on the above scenarios, describing or demonstrating possible
solutions where different use cases can lead to the same reusable solution
to the problem. Learn how Autodesk MapGuide Enterprise can be the right
tool for the job, with a detailed walkthrough of the techniques for sharing
data with the hosting application.

This class will cover several aspects of geomarketing tools, from a brief  CP224-1C       Product Clinic
overview of basic concepts to a step-by-step procedure to create a theme
and to develop a simple tool. The class includes a brief overview of basic
concepts of geomarketing and an overview of geomarketing tools that we
developed such as themes, isochronal, routing tools. This section is based
on a real solution expressly developed for Europcar Italia. Learn how to
customize Autodesk MapGuide Enterprise to create basic geomarketing
tools using Routeware®.

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) are continually evolving in               CP322-1C   Product Clinic
response to the ever increasing demand for location based information.
Today, GIS is pushing the boundary to graduate from 2D to 3D space. This
class will demonstrate how to build an affordable 3D Virtual Reality GIS
system by combining Autodesk MapGuide Enterprise and VRML/Unity
3D/Google Earth™ Street View.
Autodesk MapGuide Enterprise (and Autodesk MapGuide Open Source) is CP228-1               Lecture
typically used as an off-the-shelf product which can then be configured
with tools such as Autodesk MapGuide Studio and Autodesk MapGuide
Maestro. However, Autodesk MapGuide is itself a treasure trove of
smaller components that can be used within much larger solutions. One of
these components is the MapAgent. Using a basic HTTP call, a request
can be made to the MapAgent to return a fully rendered map image (as
you see in the Autodesk MapGuide AJAX client). This class will explore
how to use this technique for the implementation of a number of solutions,
including a fully configurable, high resolution printing solution for Autodesk
MapGuide; and for streaming of data from Autodesk MapGuide directly
into AutoCAD®; and a lightweight Microsoft® Silverlight® client.

So you've learned enough about AutoLISP to start writing your own              CP419-1    Lecture
functions and hack through other people's programs. Great. Now let's
take it to the next level. In this class, we'll work through example program
syntax to rapidly move though advanced concepts like set manipulation,
extracting entity properties, entity updating, grouping, conditional operators
(COND, WHILE and IF), querying the drawing header (TBLSEARCH), and
some of the more common Visual LISP® functions (VL and VLR) that you
can use to write powerful programs for engineering, architectural, or civil
environments. This course will make use of example problem statements
so you can understand what the problem is, and then apply the new syntax
you learn to solve the problem as we go. Make sure to bring the copy of
the handout, a pencil, and put on your thinking cap as we take your
AutoLISP skill set to the next level.
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                        Class Description                                       ID          Type
AutoLISP is a very powerful programming language, but it just does not       CP231-3    Lecture
offer the same knockout punch that VB.NET and the AutoCAD® .NET API
have. This class explores the fundamentals of VB.NET and how you can
enhance your existing AutoLISP routines with it. During this class, you will
create some basic commands and functions for use in AutoCAD as well as
with AutoLISP routines. The examples that will be covered will show how
to work with AutoCAD objects, get input from the user, and create a basic
form among other general programming concepts. This class expects you
to know some AutoLISP, but is a beginner level class for VB.NET and the
AutoCAD .NET API.
This class will cover the basic concepts of using the AutoCAD Map 3D         CP330-2    Lecture
2011 Workflow Framework API, demonstrating how easy it is to quickly
build, deploy, and test activities of a workflow using Microsoft® Visual
Studio® Workflow Foundation (WF) project templates. All the major types
available in the AutoCAD Map 3D Workflow Framework API will be
introduced and its plug-and-play architecture will be demonstrated. The
session will also cover how to fine tune, customize, or completely take
over how the activities appear, display the properties, and behave on the
Map Workflow Designer canvas.
So you're building .NET add-ons for your Autodesk applications? Perhaps CP430-3         Lecture
you're working with AutoCAD® 2011, or Autodesk® Revit® 2011? This
class will show you what you can do to improve your applications using
Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF). We will use the most up-to-
date tools, such as Microsoft Expression Blend® and Microsoft Visual
Studio®, and will provide information on where to get trial or even free
versions of these tools. Autodesk style and design guides will be covered
along with how to integrate your applications into the new product ribbons.

Do you want to publish your Autodesk® Revit® data to another application CP436-1L       Hands-On Lab
or manipulate and query it inside of Revit? Find out some basic steps for
creating, querying, and storing data structures both inside of and outside of
the Autodesk Revit environment that allows you to accomplish your
business objectives. This class will help you understand the structure of
data within Revit, what can be edited, and what effect editing certain data
can have, and give you some suggestions for building object oriented
classes for moving that data between Revit and other programs. We will
query and manipulate data in Revit, export data to different sources (XML
and dB), review that data outside of Revit, and even import some changes
into Revit. Sample code will be provided.

An AutoCAD® model and associated ShipConstructor® product model            CP236-1C     Product Clinic
contain a large quantity of valuable information that can be used for more
than design and construction. This class will cover ways to capture,
harness, and use that information in a wide range of applications using
Microsoft® .NET. Many of the concepts illustrated during the session with
a ShipConstructor model will apply equally well to a plain-vanilla AutoCAD
model and to other AutoCAD-based applications.

In AutoCAD 2010, we introduced the Parametric Drawing feature that            CP316-5   Lecture
allows geometric and dimensional constraints to be added to AutoCAD
drawing elements. AutoCAD 2011 introduces a .NET API to allow you to
add, edit, and query these constraints from your add-in applications. In this
class, we will explain the underlying architecture of this feature and
demonstrate the API using some simple examples.
To meet the demands of her custom tool-thirsty, boundary-pushing Revit        CP430-1   Lecture
users, a wimpy (ex-CAD) BIM manager dives into the cryptic scrolls of the
Revit API Bible, and emerges gloriously with a set of tools that are handy
for her most demanding Revit users. She will share her story of relearning
a new "foreign" language, VB.NET and C#, discovering the unfortunate
limitations of the Revit API, cartooning her solution logic, and translating
English into the secret language of Revit API. Learn how you can take
advantage of the sample programs that came with the SDK kit, and
develop your own tools to meet your firm's BIM project needs. If a wimpy
BIM manager can do it, you can do it too!
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                        Class Description                                         ID          Type
This class goes one step beyond the optimal use of the new programming         CP234-2    Lecture
features. It performs some in-depth analysis and benchmarking of the
many different ways to use the most fundamental access to Revit
database elements: the filtered element collector. This class covers
techniques to efficiently extract elements and information from a Revit
model. The new collector framework introduced in the 2011 release
includes much more flexibility than before. Along with the flexibility comes
some complexity. We demonstrate the best approaches for common
element gathering tasks, discuss the new filters including logical and
inverted aspects, show how the iteration framework can be used with
Microsoft® .NET LINQ, discuss regeneration topics, and share a few auto-
join performance tips.
Have you ever looked at some AutoLISP code only to find yourself lost or       CP336-1L   Hands-On Lab
confused by all the parentheses? Maybe you are not sure if you should
even learn AutoLISP? This class helps to take some of the mystery out of
AutoLISP as it focuses only on the basics that you need to get started.
You will learn how to create a custom AutoLISP file that defines some
commands and then load it into AutoCAD®. The routines you will create
can be adapted for use in your office. You are not expected to know any
AutoLISP at all, and if you do already know AutoLISP this class is not for
you.
AutoLISP has been around for a long time and has always separated the          CP327-3L   Hands-On Lab
AutoCAD® green thumbs from the gurus. The amount of AutoLISP code
used in CAD-dependent industries remains tremendous, and AutoLISP is
more powerful today than ever. It's free, it's gentle and forgiving, and it
provides users with the ability to create new AutoCAD commands in
minutes. This lab helps seasoned AutoCAD users get their hands dirty with
the real business of customization and programming using AutoCAD's
native graphical language. It provides over 30 examples of code to help the
student understand the syntax of this programming language and is
designed for intermediate-level AutoCAD users who have never
programmed in any language before.
Enough talk about the "Cloud". Enough screen shots. Enough with the            CP422-4U   Unconference
smoke and mirrors. It's time to get down, get into the code, and get into
the Cloud. And it's time to see what the Cloud can really do for those of us
not trying to smash atoms or simulate global warming. It's time to get our
heads into the Cloud.
This class is for AutoCAD Civil 3D power users and beginners in                CP322-3    Lecture
application development, who want to enhance the AutoCAD Civil 3D Pipe
Network capabilities through the API. We will cover how to access pipe
networks, as well as how to create, access, and modify pipes and
structures information.
The Autodesk Developer Network (ADN) team has been publishing "Plug-           CP212-1V   Virtual Class
ins of the Month" on Autodesk Labs for over a year. Each of these plug-ins
extends an Autodesk® product in a useful or interesting way, and is
provided with full source code! Attend this class for an introduction to the
various AutoCAD plug-ins that have been published (with a brief mention
of those published for other products). We will take a detailed look at the
source code of a few of the most popular plug-ins, to help explain their
architecture and implementation.
The Autodesk Developer Network (ADN) team has been publishing "Plug-           CP222-1V   Virtual Class
ins of the Month" on Autodesk Labs for over a year. Each of these plug-
ins extends an Autodesk® product in a useful or interesting way, and is
provided with full source code! Attend this class for an introduction to the
various AutoCAD plug-ins that have been published (with a brief mention
of those published for other products). We will take a detailed look at the
source code of a few of the most popular plug-ins, to help explain their
architecture and implementation.
This class provides a hands-on opportunity to migrate a VBA program into       CP316-4L   Hands-On Lab
VB.NET. You will learn helpful tips and tricks for performing the migration,
and learn to avoid traps associated with this undertaking. The class covers
the tools you can use to perform a migration and presents tips that will
turbo-charge your own migration efforts.
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                        Class Description                                       ID          Type
This unplugged session features an open discussion about Visual LISP.         CP330-3U   Unconference
We will talk about clever things you can do with LISP, issues you may
have with your code, and ways to improve your skills. Please feel free to
bring samples of your code on thumb drives and come ready to share with
others.
Learn how to extend the iLogic rule development platform to include data CP419-3         Lecture
exchange with external sources. Watch iLogic rules be driven from a Web
page and participate in the discussion on how this could impact your
company's configuration needs. This class will demonstrate the pros/cons
of storing rules externally. Learn when to write rules inside iLogic, and
when it is appropriate to call on more robust tools like Microsoft® Visual
Basic® or Microsoft .NET assemblies. Learn to harness the power of
external resources to empower your designs. Discover how to drive iLogic
with external configuration files generated by a variety of sources. You will
learn the importance of properly planning your iLogic solution architecture
prior to writing a single line of code. This class will enable the iLogic
developer to truly "work outside-the-box," providing cutting edge
Autodesk® Inventor® automation solutions that make all the difference in
today's competitive market.

Why develop a custom Microsoft SharePoint AutoCAD solution when there CP427-2            Lecture
are many excellent off-the-shelf products available? What customer
requirements demand a custom solution? This class will look at scenarios
where a custom SharePoint solution is the only option, and explore how
you can use the SharePoint Web Services API to create a solution. We
will also cover drawing check in and check out, explain how to upload
metadata for SharePoint searching, and provide tricks to support
SharePoint-based cross-references with update notification.
Learn how you can use F#, the new programming language from                CP322-2       Lecture
Microsoft®, to achieve performance gains in applications managing
multiple, asynchronous tasks. We will examine a sample application to
understand how it was designed to download and process multiple point
cloud files from the Microsoft's Photosynth® web service and how the use
of F# boosted performance by eight times. While examining the "Point
Clouds on a Shoestring" application, we will discuss the benefits of using
the Windows® Presentation Foundation (WPF) when designing a modern
GUI. We will discuss additional techniques, such as using an advanced
browser component to monitor HTTP traffic during a browsing session and
isolating a modeless UI in a separate executable to increase portability
across 32- and 64-bit platforms.

What is Autodesk Intent? How do Autodesk Intent and Autodesk Inventor® CP416-4U          Unconference
work together to help you automate your engineering process? What
makes Autodesk Intent more powerful, more flexible, and easier to
implement than other approaches to automation? This class will answer
these questions by introducing you to the flexibility and power of the
Autodesk Intent rules engine and its integration with Autodesk Inventor.
You will learn how Autodesk Intent enables you to quickly create highly
variable and complex configurations based on your business and
engineering rules. You will see how Autodesk Intent can go beyond other
automation approaches to automate the output of bills of material (BOMs),
models, drawings, renderings, quoting documents, and sales documents.
From there, we will explore an example workflow—from concept to design
to implementation—of an Autodesk Intent automation of Autodesk Inventor
models and drawings.
This class demonstrates the use of the Associative Surfaces application   CP220-1L       Hands-On Lab
programming interface (API) in AutoCAD Civil 3D from an AutoCAD .NET
application.
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                        Class Description                                        ID          Type
This class covers the basic concepts of using the AutoCAD Civil 3D .NET CP318-1C         Product Clinic
API. It will demonstrate how to create a .NET project that uses the
AutoCAD Civil 3D .NET API, and accesses the AutoCAD Civil 3D
application and document objects to retrieve and modify AutoCAD Civil 3D
entities. The class will also demonstrate how to use Component Object
Model (COM) Interop from Microsoft® .NET to access features that are
currently not available in the .NET API. Attendees must have a basic
understanding of .NET programming concepts.
This class will introduce you to the Autodesk Inventor application           CP333-2     Lecture
programming interface (API) with a particular emphasis on drawings (IDW
files). We will present a general overview of the API for Autodesk Inventor.
You will then learn how to use the API to create IDW files and drawing
objects such as border and title block definitions. The API can also
automate the creation of drawing views. From drawing views, you can
access geometry created when you define a view of a part or an assembly.
In this session you will gain an understanding of how this geometry
(Drawing Curves) is used to automate the creation of dimensions and
other annotations. Microsoft® VB.NET and Visual Basic® for applications
will be used to demonstrate the power of the API. It is helpful if you know
how to use the Autodesk Inventor user interface to create IDW files.

From Hello World and beyond, this class will take you through the steps of CP220-2       Lecture
creating a Revit add-in from scratch and registering it to run inside Revit
using the Revit application programming interface. You will learn how to
get input from the user, access their currently selected elements, and read
and write to and from the project database. Learn how the RevitLookup
tool can help you to get familiar with the Revit file structure and debug your
application, and learn how filters can help you speed up your database
searches. With a little Microsoft® .NET programming knowledge, you can
create great add-ins for Revit. This class shows you the basics that you
can then build on. Some .NET programming (C# or Visual Basic®)
experience is recommended.
Learn how to create keyboard macros that will instantly increase your          CP316-2   Lecture
productivity. You will learn how to create "single line" macros to automate
one-step commands, multiple-step commands, and multiple commands.
The class will cover entry-level AutoLISP® using AutoCAD®'s built-in
Visual LISP™ integrated development environment (VLIDE) editor. We will
also describe several methods for automatically loading macros. We will
explain how to take your personal macros with you from computer to
computer or from job to job. You need not have any prior programming
experience, but should have a solid knowledge of AutoCAD commands.
The information learned in this class can serve as a basis for customizing
AutoCAD to infinity and beyond!
Building owners constantly express a passionate desire for a BIM product CP333-1         Lecture
that they can utilize in their day-to-day operations. Shifting the completed
Revit® BIM model and data into a light-weight, internet-friendly 3D model
and database is the answer. Building owners cannot deny the all-so-
familiar web experience when the power and simplicity of the page meets
their needs. This class will provide people of various backgrounds an
overview on how the tail end of the BIM life cycle can be leveraged using
various application programming interfaces (API).

Revit 2011 offers a host of new capabilities to make your Revit add-in user CP312-1V     Virtual Class
interface more powerful as well as making it feel more like a part of Revit.
This class will review a variety of topics related to making applications that
take advantage of these new features, ranging from events and updaters,
to picking and placing, layout and localization, and more!

Revit 2011 offers a host of new capabilities to make your Revit add-in user CP322-1V     Virtual Class
interface more powerful as well as making it feel more like a part of
Revit. This class will review a variety of topics related to making
applications that take advantage of these new features, ranging from
events and updaters, to picking and placing, layout and localization, and
more!
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                         Class Description                                         ID          Type
In this class we will discuss using the AutoCAD API support for meshing         CP419-2    Lecture
via entities like SubDMesh, PolygonMesh, and PolyfaceMesh. We will
cover the uses and capabilities of these entities in approximating the
intended surface in terms of appearance, accuracy and ease of
manipulation. We will also introduce the Boundary Representation (BREP)
.NET API and demonstrate its support for approximation and meshing of
surfaces and solids.
Ever have one of those long operations in your program that leaves the          CP326-1V   Virtual Class
user wondering if the application is responding? This class will show you
real .NET code using the API to create and update the progress bar meter
in AutoCAD®. We will focus on how to query the status of a long operation
and translate it into percentage complete. You will see how you can update
the status message and present users with a way to escape from long
operations during processing.
Ever have one of those long operations in your program that leaves the          CP336-2V   Virtual Class
user wondering if the application is responding? This class will show you
real .NET code using the API to create and update the progress bar meter
in AutoCAD®. We will focus on how to query the status of a long
operation and translate it into percentage complete. You will see how you
can update the status message and present users with a way to escape
from long operations during processing.
This course will demonstrate a database-driven active CAD standards             CP416-1    Lecture
management system one that actively assists users while they're working,
and corrects errors automatically so drawings meet standards the first time
and every time afterward. You will learn to set up a database defining
standards for all aspects of drawing management: layers, annotation
styles, individual drawing content, and entire projects. You also will see
how to create custom tools using .NET to implement your standards while
setting up projects, creating drawing files, working with existing files, and
generating output (plotting). Proven in more than 15 years of use at large
architectural firms in Chicago and Baltimore, an active management
system reduces learning curve for new users, minimizes errors, reduces
overall project size, and increases productivity.

The CAD Standards feature in AutoCAD® is often left untapped by many CP433-4               Lecture
companies, and it is because the functionality is limited to four types of
named objects. What if you could expand the functionality that the CAD
Standards and Batch Standards Checker offer with your own standards?
This class helps explain the CAD Standards COM API that ships with
AutoCAD. You will learn which library you need to use, how to create and
register a plug-in, and then load the plug-in into AutoCAD. You should
have an understanding of VB.NET, and know how to use the CAD
Standards feature before attending this class.
Change is coming to the AutoCAD program control architecture. For           CP322-1        Lecture
decades, AutoCAD has relied on switching between multiple native code
call stacks, initially to support (command) in LISP, and later to support
acedCommand in ARX and MDI document management. Due to the
evolution of operating system technologies, the AutoCAD main control
structure is being retooled to run on a single stack. ARX, and .NET
applications that manipulate MDI or use acedCommand/acedCmd, and
LISP applications that use (command) from *error* handlers, will require
some source logic changes. This change also offers some new
opportunities for driving AutoCAD through the command execution facility,
and will eliminate an obscure-but-significant class of system failures only
recently identified. Come and learn how to prepare your applications for
this transition.
This is the class for all those who ever wanted to learn how to program     CP430-2        Lecture
AutoCAD Civil 3D using the .NET API but have never had the time. We will
walk through a real live project idea from start to deployment using Visual
Basic® .NET and the AutoCAD Civil 3D .NET API. In the process, we will
learn about proper referencing, object structure, transactions, and loading
our built application into AutoCAD Civil 3D.
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                         Class Description                                         ID         Type
This class will focus on the transfer of data between Autodesk® Revit and CP433-3          Lecture
third-party applications. Communication techniques will be discussed that
can be used to connect Revit and applications such as Microsoft® Excel®,
Microsoft Access®, AutoCAD®, SQL Databases, SKM Power Tools, and
other 3rd-party applications. Example applications will be shown and ideas
for future development will be discussed.

This class teaches everything you need to know about the new Revit 2011 CP228-2            Lecture
programming features and how to use them, with many code examples,
making use of all new API features in all types of Revit add-ins. We also
present the one and only complete overview of all new Revit 2011 SDK
samples. Special attention is paid to Idling, the most exciting and unique
new event of all, with examples of powerful uses of this unique possibility
to synchronize your Revit add-in with external data sources and
applications.
Autodesk Revit Architecture 2011 includes new functionality to allow third- CP316-1        Lecture
party applications to graphically display data on the Revit model. Your
analysis can be related to the building's structure, heating and cooling,
lighting, acoustics, or any other discipline. In this class, you will learn how
to create and update these new objects to clearly and efficiently
communicate your data using Autodesk Revit.
Parameters represent one of the core aspects of Autodesk Revit and the           CP231-2   Lecture
Autodesk Revit API, and are largely responsible for delivering the
"Information" in "Building Information Modeling". This class will look both
broadly and in-depth at how Parameters can be used with the Autodesk
Revit API. It will cover topics including finding information, what is editable,
driving graphical changes, hiding information, and more.

Developing software based on services is becoming a widely accepted            CP427-1     Lecture
way to reuse software components and to distribute application computing.
With the newest Microsoft® services framework, Windows®
Communication Foundation (WCF), it has become simple and enjoyable to
create AutoCAD .NET modules as services that can be consumed by
external applications, or even other AutoCAD sessions operating on
different workstations. Attendees will learn how to create WCF services to
run inside AutoCAD and how to configure these services to be used from
any external application.
Seeing someone develop .NET code at the speed of light can be a little         CP416-2L    Hands-On Lab
intimidating. Learning how to develop code at the speed of thought is
invigorating. Doing both in a hands-on environment is empowering. That
is exactly how you will feel after our time together in this class.
Empowered. You will learn how to write programs with less code and do it
faster than ever before, thus shortening the duration of your development
project. And to add fuel to the fire, you will also learn how to capture
snippets written for future use.
Ever wondered how to store AutoCAD®-like custom objects dictionary data        CP433-1     Lecture
in an Autodesk® Revit BIM-consistent manner using the Revit API? If the
answer is yes and you thought this was not possible due to the perceived
lack of classes and concepts in Revit API and the Revit user interface,
then this class is for you! We will demonstrate how Revit Shared
Parameters of the string type can be used in conjunction with the
advanced .NET serialization and string-encoding techniques. Helper
classes will be explained and shared with you to simplify the workflow in
your everyday development tasks. Finally, we will show some powerful
complex practical examples and provide a live demonstration of a smaller
example.
Join a panel of experts for an anything-goes discussion on what is possible    CP322-2U    Unconference
with the Revit API. Bring your Revit Add-In development issues and blue-
sky ideas to quiz the gurus about your next great Revit application! We will
have more than a decade's worth of experience in developing the Revit
API and developing with the Revit API in the room, so don't miss this
chance to learn how you can best enhance Revit using the API.
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                        Class Description                                         ID         Type
Autodesk has started moving away from VBA and towards Microsoft®               CP422-3U   Unconference
.NET since AutoCAD® 2010. This class will explore migrating from VBA to
VB.NET. You will learn how to take an existing VBA project and rewrite it
to use the COM Interop, and then load the new project as a .NET DLL
assembly. You will also learn some of the fundamentals of VB.NET and
the AutoCAD .NET API. This class is targeted at those that have never
used VB.NET before and are looking to leverage VB.NET and the
AutoCAD .NET API as a replacement for VBA in AutoCAD.
Ever wanted to get more out of your Tool palettes? In this class, learn how    CP223-1    Lecture
to create custom tools to improve your company productivity. Create and
edit Tool palettes on the fly using XML from a centralized location without
having to recreate profiles. Create your own Tool icons to improve the
refresh speeds. Learn how to trick up your Tool palettes to include LISP
and VBA, and link Help Files to maximize your Tool palette performance.
This class will benefit building engineering professionals and CAD and IT
managers. If you have to manage a corporate CAD Network from a
centralized location and want to contain costs and stay productive, this
class is for you.
A critical component of any CAD system is the ability to accurately            CP220-4    Lecture
describe a model. This class investigates the internals of how Autodesk
Inventor works with solids and surfaces (BRep). We will look at how solids
are constructed and modified, and how you can access this information
through the Autodesk Inventor application programming interface (API).
This includes a detailed look at how to query and evaluate the shape of a
model. We will also look at new functionality in Autodesk Inventor 2010
and 2011 that provides new modeling capabilities accessible only through
the API.
This class will introduce RealDWG technology and show how it can be            CP231-1    Lecture
used in cloud computing environments such as Amazon Web Services™
or Microsoft® Azure™. The class will demonstrate how existing AutoCAD®
programming skills translate to cloud computing.
Learn how to implement object events to track objects in the drawing. First,   CP416-3    Lecture
implement command events to track the movement of the objects (i.e. who
drew or modified the object), and then using XData, attach user
information to the objects such as a user name and time stamp. Once
XData are attached to the object, query the objects to investigate their
owners. This process helps senior designers and CAD managers maintain
the integrity of the drawings. This class benefits those who have a key role
in maintaining drawing quality and keeping track of individual performance.
Attendees should have some knowledge of .NET and object events using
LISP or VBA.
Moving on from last year's introduction into 3D APIs inside of AutoCAD®,       CP327-4    Lecture
watch as Fenton actually creates a real-world application from scratch to
show off some of the 3D APIs available. He will create, from scratch, a
brand-new .NET application that can quickly design a 3D staircase,
including reinforcement bars. All in 3D! He will attempt to build the
application using surfaces and sweeps, place it with a 3D jig, then create
sections of the model in 2D for manufacture.
This class is part of a series that covers the Revit workflow involved in      DL322-1    Lecture
working on large projects. The primary focus of this class is the Autodesk
Revit MEP workflow and how that workflow interfaces with the Architectural
and Structural disciplines. This course will outline the process of project
templates, project setup, and best practices in utilizing Autodesk Revit
MEP in the design process. The class is primarily designed to assist
project managers, BIM managers and for those personnel who are
involved in the set up of projects in Autodesk Revit MEP. Attendees
should have a good understanding of Autodesk Revit MEP. This class is
focused around the Utah County Convention Center.
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                        Class Description                                        ID        Type
This class is part of a series that covers the Revit® workflow involved in   DL319-1    Lecture
working on large projects. The primary focus of this class is the Revit
Structure workflow and how that workflow interfaces with the Architectural
and MEP disciplines. This course will outline the process of project
templates, project setup and best practices in utilizing Revit Structure in
the design process. The class is primarily designed to assist project
managers, BIM managers, and those personnel who are involved in the
setup of projects in Revit Structure. Attendees should a good
understanding of Revit Structure. This class is focused around the Utah
County Convention Center.
The primary focus of this class is the Autodesk® Revit® Architecture         DL316-1    Lecture
workflow and how it interfaces with other disciplines. The goal of the class
is to give the attendees the knowledge to effectively collaborate, from
project setup when using multiple model files and the use of collaboration
tools like Copy Monitor and Coordination Review. The class will also cover
best practices for project setup, modeling techniques, and model sharing.
It will be focused around the Utah County Convention Center.

This class is part of a series that covers the Revit® workflow involved in    DL327-1   Lecture
working on large projects. In this class, we will learn how to leverage the
building information to create the site analysis for the building model, and
add utilities connections to it. Traffic access areas around the building, as
well as the building site, need to be designed with civil engineering
parameters in mind, and deliver the site development model that will
complement the building model and comply with the civil engineering
standards and local requirements. We will learn the best practices through
an example workflow, optimized to interface the building and the civil
engineering models. This class is focused around the Utah County
Convention Center.
This class is part of a series that covers BIM workflows when working on      DL330-1   Lecture
large projects. The primary focus of this class is the assembly of the
overall model in Autodesk® Navisworks® Manage and how the model can
be used to help the entire team gain a better understanding of the project.
Workflow processes for exporting the Autodesk Revit® models,
aggregating the models in Autodesk Navisworks and reviewing the results
of interference detection will be covered. This class will also review the
entire series of sessions and help to tie them all together. Best practices
around team planning, workflow planning and team expectations are key to
a successful BIM project and will be a topic for the second portion of the
session. This session is one of a series of five that uses the Utah County
Convention Center as the core of the sessions.

This lab is related to the series that covers BIM workflows when             DL416-1    Lecture
participating in large projects. The primary focus of this lab will be the
hands-on assembly of the Autodesk® Navisworks® model, navigation
through the model, and interference detection. This class will introduce the
tools necessary to work effectively in large projects using Autodesk
Navisworks Manage. This session is associated with the "Connect the
Dots: Buildings" series and will use the same Utah County Convention
Center as the core of the sessions.
While BIM tools continue their inexorable march to dominance across the DT129-1         Lecture
design technology landscape, recent years have seen them go from new
and untested to understood (partly) and accepted (sometimes). BIM has
introduced significant improvements to those practices that have
wholeheartedly adopted it, but such changes are, in reality, only a hint of
those to come—across the entire breadth of management, operations,
collaboration, and philosophy. This class will look at the way that
changes in technology have opened the door to changes in practice,
process, methodology, and collaboration. Explore new ideas and expand
on existing ones, and discover resources and develop plans to take your
business on the road less traveled (for the moment). Become one of the
people that others chase after when they eventually start their own
journey. This class is for all those who already recognize the advantages
of BIM, but want to know what is coming next.
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                       Class Description                                       ID         Type
This unconference class is intended to complement the lecture class         DT132-3U   Unconference
"Around the Bend: The Future of Technology in Practice". It is designed to
be an opportunity for lecture attendees to collaboratively explore and
expand on some of the ideas from the lecture, to discuss methods of
implementing new technologies, improved processes, and more efficient
work methods, and to find like-minded innovators to work with into that
future. This class is designed for all those who already recognize the
advantages of BIM, but want to know, "What's next?"
You have succeeded with your pilot projects. You have built a BIM           DT129-2    Lecture
foundation for a team or two in your office. How do you take the next step
and scale your successes to fit the entire firm? This class will review the
similarities and differences between using Autodesk® Revit® Architecture
and BIM in a limited scope, and using it as the basis of an AEC practice.
Building on SOMs experiences as examples, topics will include
understanding the adoption spectrum from early adopter to late adopter,
scaling Revit expertise, facilitating transition from CAD to BIM workflows
for mid- to late-adopters, support needs, infrastructure upgrades, dealing
with 2D-based consultants, getting CAD deliverables from your Revit
model, and mainstreaming content and templates for firmwide use.

Business development is one of the topics that are significantly neglected DT126-4U    Unconference
in the new world of evolving BIM. All the terminology, graphics, and
approach in marketing material still reflects the CAD process. A large
investment must be made in business development and marketing staff,
educating them on what is BIM and why it serves clients. In addition, firms
respond generically to BIM requirements without complete understanding
of the client's expectation and/or understanding of the BIM Maturity level
expected out of the final deliverable.

Today's BIM procedures and programs place a high demand on your IT          DT132-2    Lecture
infrastructure. In this class, we'll discuss needs, identify potential weak
links in your chain, prioritize upgrades, and develop a plan of attack to
eliminate IT impediments to user productivity.
What is BIM? Everyone has an opinion. Who is right and who is wrong?        DT128-1    Lecture
BIM can mean different things to different people. Whether you are doing
IPD, design-build, or plan and spec, if you're an architect, contractor,
engineer, or in the MEP, structural or building trades, or even an
owner—BIM has its own unique meaning to you and your job. But what
does it mean to the other guy? Your customer? Your trade partner? The
owner? This class will attempt to enlighten you—not about what BIM is or
should be for you, but what it may look like from everyone else's
perspective. Only by knowing what BIM can mean for everyone on the
job can we then ensure we collaborate as effectively as possible, making
our project as successful as possible and maximizing the use of BIM to its
fullest extent. Come and listen to what others on the panel and in the
audience have to say about what BIM means to them. Come and share
with others what BIM means to you.

We are all using computers in design, but how are computers being used DT114-1         Panel
in design? Is it to use drafting and modeling tools that encode conventional
design rules and which are predominantly driven by user interaction? Or is
it where the designer composes an algorithm and it is the execution of this
algorithm under the control of the designer which generates (and
evaluates) complex alternative designs. In this latter scenario, there may
be less user-interaction, but paradoxically more user control, particular if
the designer is also the creator of the design algorithm. But what is it like
to design computationally? This symposium explores the world of Design
Computation through the ideas and experience of leading researchers,
educators, and practitioners.
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                        Class Description                                        ID          Type
I think "cloud computing" is really bad name for a good thing. There is      DT132-1     Lecture
nothing vague or nebulous about the set of powerful new tools that allow
you to work virtually anywhere. Join a respected AEC Technologist and
Change Management guru who lives and works in the cloud every day. We
will explore how the cloud can help you serve your organization, your staff,
and even your clients more successfully in practical ways. Whether your
organization is big or small, cloud computing provides some techniques
you may be able to take to the bank this year and next. All you need is
proper balance and attention to the details.

This unconference class focuses on how firms are implementing integrated      DT129-3U   Unconference
project delivery (IPD), what is working, and what is not. Join us for a
discussion on moving the IPD process forward.
Great CAD managers know that they can positively impact the bottom line       DT132-4U   Unconference
by making projects run smoother and by reducing errors, but they often
have difficulty getting their management teams to understand. In this
unconference class, we will talk about ways to integrate CAD management
into project workflows in a way that cuts rework and gets more work done
in fewer man-hours, thus saving the company money on every project.
CAD managers will learn valuable tips for selling this approach to their
senior managers while IT and senior managers will gain valuable
perspectives on how CAD management can impact their company's
profitability.
One of the keys to successfully implementing new technology is a properly     DT126-1    Lecture
executed and managed project. Successful Project Managers lead their
teams, anticipate challenges, and maximize performance. Learn project
management and leadership tools and techniques from an experienced
Project Manager specifically focused on CAD and data management
challenges Arm yourself with the skills necessary to be a successful
project leader!
Every software technology problem in your organization is really a social     DT126-3U   Unconference
engineering problem. Most experienced implementers know this, but they
continue to try to fix the technology instead of looking for social science
solutions. Do you have a vague feeling that something is wrong in your
firm's struggle with increasingly complex software? Or, are you an
amateur cultural anthropologist, psychologist, or sociologist who has been
secretly keeping notes about the natives? Stop beating yourself up about
why project teams don't want to follow your software standards, and join
this conversation about why they aren't even listening to you.

Beyond simply renewing an Autodesk® Subscription every year or calling DT129-4U          Unconference
upon for Revit® training, what type of services or benefits do you get from
Autodesk "Partner" resellers? Let's discuss how crucial this relationship is
to our business model in a very demanding and competitive time.
Resellers are the virtual extension of our BIM and CAD leadership teams.

Maximize the use of Autodesk Design Suite by learning some best               DV430-1    Lecture
practices around interoperability between AutoCAD®, Autodesk 3ds Max®,
Autodesk Showcase®, and Alias® Sketch for AutoCAD.
Maximize the use of Autodesk Design Suite by learning some best               DV220-2V   Virtual Class
practices around interoperability between AutoCAD®, Autodesk 3ds Max®,
Autodesk Showcase®, and Alias® Sketch for AutoCAD.
Maximize the use of Autodesk Design Suite by learning some best               DV232-1V   Virtual Class
practices around interoperability between AutoCAD®, Autodesk 3ds Max®,
Autodesk Showcase®, and Alias® Sketch for AutoCAD.
This class will cover the workflow of importing and using Revit models for    DV433-1    Lecture
images and animation, including issues of optimizing lighting and
materials; caching and reusing FG data; using GI for interior renderings;
and using batch, distributed, and network rendering with 3ds Max Design
2011 and mental ray®. Optimizing quality and improving render speed will
be the primary class focus.
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                         Class Description                                          ID          Type
This class will teach you how to setup a render farm using Autodesk              DV223-2    Lecture
Backburner. In addition, attendees will learn the benefits of creating a
render farm. This class will not only benefit the end users of Autodesk®
3ds Max®/3ds Max Design but also IT professionals. You will find out
what it takes to maintaining a farm and what kind of hardware is needed
for a farm. Attendees should have a general knowledge of Autodesk 3ds
Max and networking.
This class provides an overview of different animation techniques that will      DV334-1C   Product Clinic
add life to the visualization of still objects. "Moving hold" is the effect of
having a camera moving into a world where everything is "fixed in time".
Avoiding the moving hold is key to creating great animations. 2. 3.

In this two-hour lab, you will learn best practices for producing             DV319-1L      Hands-On Lab
visualizations of civil engineering projects created in AutoCAD Civil 3D
2011. Learn how the extension Dynamite VSP® can help streamline the
procedures of moving AutoCAD Civil 3D data into the Autodesk 3ds Max
Design environment for populating scenes with further developed 3D
content, creating compelling visualizations for AutoCAD Civil projects, both
small and large. You will also learn how Dynamite VSP is able to react to
design changes made in AutoCAD Civil 3D and transfer back into
Autodesk 3ds Max Design. This will demonstrate the potential for
visualization to become an integral part of the design process and how
visualization can be developed more rapidly using a workflow integrated
with the design process to showcase projects for public consultation and
design validation purposes.
Ever struggled with color management, gamma settings and color profiles? DV327-2            Lecture
The first part of the class is for you. An overview of the techniques and
limitations around color management and calibration will be provided. You
will learn how to deal with the problem of capturing textures properly, load
them in Autodesk® 3ds Max® appropriately and render out images with
the correct color settings. The second part of the class will demonstrate
how a linear color workflow can bring flexibility in image compositing
software. We will explore how HDR imaging can be used to change lighting
scenarios in real time and how render elements can be leveraged for
controlling objects reflectivity, indirect lighting, and image exposure. This
class applies to V-Ray™ users as well as mental ray® users, Adobe®
Photoshop® (32bit), and Autodesk Composite users.

Learn how to use Hollywood techniques to integrate 3D models from            DV231-1        Lecture
Autodesk® 3ds Max® into live footage and make it believable. You will see
how to use 3D tracking to extract 3D information from the live footage, use
the information from the live footage into Autodesk 3ds Max to create and
integrate 3D models, and use mental ray® materials and lighting to make a
believable final shot.
Most firms initially move to Autodesk Revit Architecture to take advantage DV322-1          Lecture
of the integrated documentation aspects of the application and begin their
move to BIM by focusing on efficiency. By moving beyond documentation,
BIM allows design teams access to unprecedented sustainable analysis
tools. This class will focus on pairing your Revit model with Autodesk 3ds
Max Design to produce quick and accurate daylighting studies based on
your existing design model geometry. These studies can be used to both
enhance your design by understanding the effects of natural light within the
building and also for documentation of LEED® Credit 8.1.
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                        Class Description                                        ID          Type
Take your civil visualization skills to the next level, and learn how to make DV228-3    Lecture
the most out of the Autodesk Civil Visualization Extension (previously
Dynamite VSP®). Following on from last year's well-received introduction
class to this product by the same speaker, this class will take an in-depth
look at some more advanced concepts and workflows, which will help
existing users of the Autodesk Civil Visualization Extension maximize their
success with this product. This class will cover important topics like the
customization of object and style libraries, highlight some powerful but
often overlooked areas of functionality, show how Autodesk 3ds Max®
Design based visualizations can be used to analyze sightlines on highways
projects, and cover some always welcome rendering tips specifically
chosen for their relevance to civil projects.

Participants will explore the rapid modeling of buildings and architectural   DV327-1    Lecture
details in Autodesk Maya with precision and accuracy. Included in this will
be the streamlining of workflow in Autodesk Maya for design visualization
with custom tool creation. The workshop will also explore the use of the
Daylight System and photometric lighting along with photographic
exposure and render passes to create evocative renderings quickly.

A chance to attend a Q&A class with the original developer of Dynamite      DV328-1C     Product Clinic
VSP. All aspects of using the AutoCAD Civil Visualization Extension will be
covered, including the import of civil design data from a range of sources,
including AutoCAD Civil 3D®. You will also have a rare opportunity to
pose Autodesk® 3ds Max® Design related questions specifically in a civil
engineering context, and learn how best to structure your civil engineering
projects in AutoCAD Civil 3D for visualization purposes.

Would you like to make a smooth transition to rendering in Autodesk 3ds DV416-1          Lecture
Max Design? Or become more proficient at creating quality renderings?
Following a good workflow can bring order to the rendering process and
significantly improve your Autodesk 3ds Max Design skills. The class will
cover 12 solid steps for producing rendered images from design geometry
linked or imported from Revit®, AutoCAD®, and Google SketchUp™. See
how to remove variables and substitute constants to progressively step
through the rendering process with confidence. Hear the tricks for
maintaining short progress renderings, and the rules for when to lock and
clear cached data. Discover why settings differ for exterior and interior
renderings and how to illuminate interiors without setting up dozens of
lights. Follow along as Dan demonstrates this clear workflow for producing
rendered images with Autodesk 3ds Max Design and mental ray®.

Are you interested in creating compelling visualization images of your       DV319-2     Lecture
designs, but don't know where to start? Try a sample of four flavors of
visualization: Autodesk® Revit Architecture, Autodesk 3ds Max Design,
Autodesk Impression, and Autodesk Navisworks—and find which one
suits your "palate" best. In this course, you will learn the difference
between the visualization capabilities of each program and be able to
describe the benefits that each has to offer. Combine this information with
an introduction to the interfaces, as well as a step-by-step guide on how to
create a simple rendering in each of the products, and you will leave this
course feeling empowered and ready to begin expressing your design
ideas visually.
This class presents an introduction to the newly bundled Autodesk 3ds        DV228-4     Lecture
Max Composite 2011. Formerly known as Autodesk Toxik™, Autodesk
Composite2011 is now included with Autodesk 3ds Max.
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                        Class Description                                         ID          Type
You may have heard of Microsoft .NET, but did you know that you can use        DV419-1    Lecture
this platform to interface with many Autodesk products, including
Autodesk3dsMax? This course will show you how. You will learn about
the Microsoft .NET Framework and see how it might be applied to a
visualization project. An overview of the platform will be given, along with
a discussion of some of the tools required to work with .NET in the context
of Autodesk3dsMax. We will demonstrate a "Hello World" example, and
follow that up with two real-world examples. Finally, we will discuss the
strengths of .NET and how it can be used in the day-to-day work of a
visualization artist.
From visualizing preliminary designs to creating mind-blowing exhibits, the    DV318-2C   Product Clinic
workflow always starts with good data. In this class, we will look at
importing and linking design data from various sources to be enhanced,
combined, and beautified in Autodesk 3ds Max and Autodesk 3ds Max
Design.
Autodesk® 3ds Max® Design has the ability to import Autodesk Inventor®         DV316-1    Lecture
and 3D models from other design platforms as a body object. The use of
body objects provides greater control over appearance as well as the
ability to take modified data out of Autodesk 3ds Max Design and back into
Autodesk Inventor. Topics covered include the import, control, and
modification of body objects, along with the export process to return them
to Autodesk Inventor.
Being effective at using mental ray means understanding what settings          DV231-2    Lecture
affect both rendered image quality and the time to complete the image.
Materials, Lights, and Render Settings all work together to impact quality
and speed, and the goal of this Master Class is to highlight the key
Autodesk® 3ds Max® Design and mental ray features and settings to
achieve a fast, high-quality rendering with maximum quality, as well as to
solve common problems.
This presentation will show how to use Autodesk 3ds Max modeling tools         DV427-1    Lecture
to build iterative parametric design systems. In this class, we will cover
Autodesk 3ds Max geometry types (Editable Mesh, Poly, Patch and
NURBS), combine modifiers to build complex systems, use wire
parameters to quickly make geometric patterns, and provide an
introduction to MAXScript. In this session, you will learn to reduce the
amount of explicit modeling, and instead build flexible design systems so
you can focus more effort on design.
This course will cover preserving AutoCAD Revit BIM information in             DV228-5V   Virtual Class
Autodesk 3ds Max Design utilizing Autodesk FBX® and a Layer strategy
for constructing the Autodesk 3ds Max Design scene from the original
Revit-based models. We will also explore the application and editing of
imported materials, and showing them in the Autodesk 3ds Max Design
viewports. We will also investigate IES Lighting, and Container technology
to "offload" unnecessary lighting in preparation for rendering scenes.

This course will cover preserving AutoCAD Revit BIM information in           DV222-1V     Virtual Class
Autodesk 3ds Max Design utilizing Autodesk FBX® and a Layer strategy
for constructing the Autodesk 3ds Max Design scene from the original
Revit-based models. We will also explore the application and editing of
imported materials, and showing them in the Autodesk 3ds Max Design
viewports. We will also investigate IES Lighting, and Container
technology to "offload" unnecessary lighting in preparation for rendering
scenes.
Managing a design visualization project is an important factor of successful DV223-1      Lecture
project delivery and overall company performance. If a project is not
properly managed, it can result in cost overruns, discontented employees,
and an unhappy client. Successful project management requires a solid
understanding of scope, schedule, budget, project controls, risk
management, leadership, and effective communication skills. By taking
this class, you will gain an understanding of project management basics,
and learn some of the specific management components that pertain to
design visualization projects.
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                        Class Description                                        ID          Type
Proxies are vital in today's large-scale visualizations. After an overview of DV319-1    Lecture
creating proxies in rendering packages such as V-Ray and mental ray®,
we look at ways to quickly and efficiently add them to your scene. Various
free and commercial scripts and plug-ins, as well as the Autodesk® 3ds
Max® built-in tools such as Particle Flow, can turn a daunting task of
adding tens of thousands of trees to a scene (and rendering them) into a
reality. Learn to take just a few different proxies and turn them into a nearly
endless array of unique objects that will add new levels of realism to your
renders.
This class will look at applying real-world data to reconstruct and animate a DV316-3V   Virtual Class
scene in Autodesk® 3ds Max®. We will explore techniques for importing
Digital Elevation Models (DEMs), and the problems and implications in
working with large-scale data in the CAD environment. The class will show
how to bring the DEM into Autodesk 3ds Max and work towards an end
product using texture mapping, lighting and procedural materials. From
there, we will move into using survey data and photogrammetry to build a
scene based upon actual measurements. Attendees will take home with
them some knowledge and an understanding of surveyed data and
photogrammetric techniques.

This class will look at applying real-world data to reconstruct and animate DV330-2V     Virtual Class
a scene in Autodesk® 3ds Max®. We will explore techniques for importing
Digital Elevation Models (DEMs), and the problems and implications in
working with large-scale data in the CAD environment. The class will show
how to bring the DEM into Autodesk 3ds Max and work towards an end
product using texture mapping, lighting and procedural materials. From
there, we will move into using survey data and photogrammetry to build a
scene based upon actual measurements. Attendees will take home with
them some knowledge and an understanding of surveyed data and
photogrammetric techniques.

You've designed a fabulous building, and now you need to show it off.          DV422-1   Lecture
AutoCAD® Revit can render pretty well, it gets you probably 95% of what
you need. To get that last 5%, you're going to want to move your model
over to a more specialized rendering application, like Autodesk® 3ds
Max®. This one hour lecture will look at the Autodesk FBX file format as
an exchange mechanism. Topics will include Export settings from Revit,
View templates, Import and Linking options in Max, and common workflow
considerations.
Use the power of real-time rendering in your next presentation. Maximize DV416-2         Lecture
your Autodesk® Revit® Architecture, Autodesk 3ds Max® or AutoCAD®
model by showing it off. Render it live and increase everyone's
understanding of your design. This class provides step-by-step instructions
for taking a Revit, 3ds Max, or AutoCAD model into Autodesk Showcase®
and for using the latest game engines for presentations and visualization
purposes. Learn the best methods and techniques to get outstanding
workflow from Autodesk Revit into Autodesk Showcase: show different
design options, add animation to your model, set up cameras, scenes, and
much more. Learn the basics of how to import 3D models into gaming
engines. Understand the possibilities this technology provides. Learn how
to see your design in first person and walk around your designs before
they are built.
In this class, we will take a look at what started as a small research project DV330-1   Lecture
and developed into an ongoing workshop. The discussion will focus on the
troubles that were encountered, the creative and technical issues involved,
and the attempt to make small-scale stereoscopic productions in-house
economically viable. We were happily surprised to hear that the big
production houses have the same issues and reached similar conclusions.
Film houses often complain that animators are not aware of how much the
cinematography needs to be adjusted when filming for 3D projection. We
will also be looking at the autostereoscopic technology that requires us to
render eight channels but gets rid of the glasses.
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                        Class Description                                        ID          Type
The animation of machinery can be a nightmare of a task as the user            DV333-2   Lecture
needs to adjust multiple transformations on multiple objects while gauging
position in the viewport. This class covers the use of wire parameters to
place controllers in the viewport and to establish relationships between
parts to facilitate the animation process. Once wired, the machine is
controllable through more intuitive controls without the need to select and
re-select objects or make adjustments in the Motion panel or Track View.
The use of object linking and dummy objects for greater control will also be
covered.
Love design? Love visualization? Well, this class is for designers who want DV333-1      Lecture
to take full advantage of visualization for design exploration. Explore,
study, and design in a 3D digital design workflow to convey and visualize
your ideas quickly and more effectively. The intent of this class is to help
you break free from a one-source-solution trap, and demonstrate the
enormous benefits a 3D digital design workflow brings to any designer:
faster, better, and more numerous design iterations through taking full
advantage of digital assets and by being able to work in a wide variety of
2D and 3D formats.
In this class, we will explore some of the great new features of Autodesk      DV220-4   Lecture
3ds Max 2011 and Autodesk 3ds Max Design 2011. Dividing our focus into
two distinct themes, we will first position our spotlight on some of the most-
talked-about new elements, including the Autodesk FBX® file linking
capability, the Autodesk Material Libraries, and the Slate Material Editor.
We will also look into the nuances of Quicksilver Hardware Rendering, and
much more. In the second half, it is all about the new tools that are a part
of the Autodesk 3ds Max experience, including high-level views of
Cityscape, Composite, and others. We will also check out the extensions
with new rendering technologies, real world physics, and material
functionality,and examine the ability to move and enhance data from
AutoCAD® Civil 3D® into Autodesk 3ds Max Design.

In this class, multiple different lighting analysis procedures will be       DV318-1V    Virtual Class
discussed. An overview of the new features of lighting calculations and
analysis within Autodesk Revit MEP 2011 will be discussed, along with
the use of the new Autodesk FBX® file LINK in Autodesk 3ds Max Design
2011 to run point-by-point lighting analysis from your Revit model. Gone
are the days of duplicating work over and over in different software
packages. We will also look at the creation of a new light fixture,
choosing the correct light source type, and placing that light source in the
correct location within your families to guarantee accurate results. Flip on
the light bulb (I mean LED), and watch as the new possibilities of lighting
analysis are demonstrated.
In this class, multiple different lighting analysis procedures will be       DV322-2V    Virtual Class
discussed. An overview of the new features of lighting calculations and
analysis within Autodesk Revit MEP 2011 will be discussed, along with
the use of the new Autodesk FBX® file LINK in Autodesk 3ds Max Design
2011 to run point-by-point lighting analysis from your Revit model. Gone
are the days of duplicating work over and over in different software
packages. We will also look at the creation of a new light fixture,
choosing the correct light source type, and placing that light source in the
correct location within your families to guarantee accurate results. Flip
on the light bulb (I mean LED), and watch as the new possibilities of
lighting analysis are demonstrated.
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                        Class Description                                         ID         Type
Are you interested in incorporating sustainable design concepts into your ED234-1         Lecture
curriculum and don't know where to begin? A case study from a recent
sustainable design workshop will provide a unique, knowledge-sharing
opportunity to educate both graduate and undergraduate students in
designing for a sustainable future. This seminar will outline a hands-on,
interactive, and visually informed process that technology can effectively
support for learning sustainable design, while evaluating the impact of
passive building design strategies through a Building Information Modeling
(BIM) workflow. The collaborative benefits of group-based design
charrettes, combined with individual experiences, create a compelling
learning environment. This approach enables students to explore multiple
design options while evaluating both the positive and negative impacts of
these design strategies on the building's performance.

You have, taken the certification prep class tutorial here at AU but you're  ED228-1      Lecture
looking for additional insight, tips, techniques, and strategies to help you
pass the exam. Join top technical experts, plus Autodesk exam managers
and developers, in this rare open session to address your personal,
professional, and corporate questions on AutoCAD Certification.

This panel class describes a proposal for an Autodesk Curriculum Model         ED330-1    Panel
(ACM) that spans an education continuum from secondary, career and
technical to higher education. The proposed ACM is built on an interactive
learning platform to engage a contemporary student audience in an
exciting learning environment and offers pedagogical theory combining
technical competencies in Autodesk® software with creative and
sustainable designing strategies. The ACM considers creative thinking with
technical tools to erode barriers between the arts and sciences to develop
student-centered project-based learning with an interdisciplinary structure.
A bridge between Autodesk, academia, and industry is described by
populating the ACM through design projects with manufacturing partners.
Contributors from America, Canada, Germany and the UK bring evidence
of how the ACM is scalable and transferable across education sectors and
learning cultures. Engineering, architecture and automotive design form
the context of the presentation to describe how Autodesk software
workflows aligned to curriculum and pedagogy bring an irresistible
education solution.
Autodesk Certification signifies your experience and expertise to              ED220-2    Lecture
employers and clients around the world and, as such, is a very powerful
asset for design professionals. Autodesk highly recommends that you
structure your examination preparation for success. This means
scheduling time to prepare, reviewing the Exam Guide, using Autodesk
Official Certification Courseware, taking an Application Proficiency or
Assessment Exam, and using a variety of resources to prepare for your
certification. Equally as important, actual hands-on experience is
recommended. Review this process, experience questions similar to the
exam, and learn about the materials available to you to be successful in
3ds Max Design Certification.
Autodesk Certification signifies your experience and expertise to              ED228-2    Lecture
employers and clients around the world and, as such, is a very powerful
asset for design professionals. Autodesk highly recommends that you
structure your examination preparation for success. This means
scheduling time to prepare, reviewing the Exam Guide, using Autodesk
Official Certification Courseware, taking an Application Proficiency or
Assessment Exam, and using a variety of resources to prepare for your
certification. Equally as important, actual hands-on experience is
recommended. Review this process, experience questions similar to those
in the exam, and learn about the materials available to you to be
successful in Revit Architecture Certification.
This class will explore the experience of a university class using             ED419-1U   Unconference
Autodesk® Inventor® to connect Digital Prototyping to Digital Fabrication
for an architectural project implemented in Autodesk® Revit®. The ability
of students to integrate the software into an experiential learning project
will be covered, as will the experience constructing the end project at a
client location.
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                        Class Description                                        ID          Type
Students live in a completely digital world; it is their native language and a ED223-1   Lecture
lifestyle. Yet, we continue to create learning material that has changed little
since the Industrial Revolution. We are not addressing the education
market in a way that meets the needs of tomorrow’s problem solvers.
Most people under the age of 18 spend up to seven hours a day wired, and
we are still creating content for this generation that is linear and text heavy
with memorization more important than critical thinking. To create a
powerful threshold learning experience for new software users, content
needs to be creative-story based, student-centered, and project-based. It
must build confidence, incorporate aesthetics and design, foster
exploration, involve the Ideation Process, and be flexible and
customizable. If we want students to use software in new and innovative
ways, we need to create powerful learning experiences that tap into their
natural curiosity and cross the disciplines. This generation of students
does not fear new technology; as educators we need to provide them with
creative content that inspires exploration and problem solving.
This class will demonstrate how classical instruction of applied mechanics ED416-3       Lecture
can be more engaging for today's students using visually stimulating
animation models with Autodesk Inventor. Existing classical curricula in
applied mechanics can be enhanced, without modification, by applying
visual instruction using Autodesk Inventor. This allows the engineering
student to more easily grasp complex engineering theorems and spatial
exercises by creating 3D visual imagery that replaces static 2D textbook
imagery. No knowledge of Autodesk Inventor is necessary by the teacher
or the student. In this class, a live demonstration will show you how such
animation models can be developed in Autodesk Inventor, and the ease
with which these teaching tools can be developed. We will discuss a
variety of ways these animation models can be developed and distributed
for the benefit of the worldwide university community.

This class will give audience members an in-depth look at how Autodesk        ED327-1U   Unconference
AutoCAD®, Revit® Architecture, and Autodesk 3ds Max® can be used
separately and together to enhance an interior design student's project
work. The class will include tips for project implementation, examples of
student work, and recommendations for successful student workflow. Part
of the class will focus on how the Autodesk curriculum enhancements will
later be incorporated into a professional working portfolio for each student.

The class will cover the experiences we had over the past two years in       ED220-1     Lecture
establishing our integrated construction practice laboratory, and initiating
the various activities at graduate level. The initial phases focused on
getting the appropriate software to suit our requirements. The challenge
was that we had architects, civil engineers, mechanical engineers and
electrical engineers in our industry-supported graduate construction
program, and the curriculum we developed for them had to build on
knowledge which each discipline brought into the program, and impart
knowledge and skills which would be useful in practice. This AU class will
focus on how we iteratively developed the curriculum, the delivery methods
we experimented with, and how the learning brought out the creativity in
the students to undertake final year research projects using the software.

While Autodesk Certification has been available for Autodesk commercial ED326-1V         Virtual Class
customers, students and educators have not always seen the value of this
important offering. In this class, you'll learn about the unique certification
offerings Autodesk provides to the academic community, but more
importantly, hear from an educator that has used this to their personal and
professional advantage.
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                         Class Description                                         ID          Type
Buildings in the higher education system often come with a unique set of        ED319-1    Lecture
requirements and restrictions that differentiate them from typical
commercial buildings. At colleges, the professors are the employees and
the president is the owner, while the students are the clients—and each
has his or her own perspective on how the buildings should be designed
and operated. This class will discuss innovative solutions for new
construction and existing buildings on college campuses. Glumac offers a
unique perspective on maintaining client and owner expectations about
building operation, energy performance and occupant comfort that stems
from years of experience working with colleges in various microclimates
throughout the United States.
Visualization and entertainment technologies such as Autodesk®                  ED322-3    Lecture
Softimage®, Autodesk Maya® and Autodesk 3ds Max® are constantly
evolving and improving with each version. These innovative technologies
are driving the entertainment industry into the next generation of revenue-
generating projects. Unfortunately, students learning to use these
products are frequently subjected to a barrage of tutorials that do not teach
them the necessary skills of good design, problem solving, and adaptation.
In this class we will cover curriculum design, talk about how to inspire
students, and explain how to build student development teams. We will
talk about how to increase student engagement and productivity in the
classroom so that graduates are prepared to enter the entertainment
industry.
Sustainability and sustainable design are important trends in industry, but     ED322-1    Lecture
to what extent have those principles been included in mechanical
engineering and design curricula? In this class, you will hear an educator
talk about how sustainable design concepts are being incorporated in the
classroom.
Engaging students in science and math has long been a challenge for             ED333-2    Lecture
secondary educators. Project Lead the Way is an organization that offers
project-based curricula to do just that, and the schools that participate are
seeing fantastic results. Listen to a secondary educator at a Project Lead
the Way school and their insights into how this program can engage
students like no other.
This class covers the experience of a major university in Northern Europe       ED322-2V   Virtual Class
developing a center of expertise for industry. This COE provides services
to a range of local industrial companies, using Digital Prototyping for
design, visualization, and simulation.
This class covers the experience of a major university in Northern Europe       ED328-1V   Virtual Class
developing a center of expertise for industry. This COE provides services
to a range of local industrial companies, using Digital Prototyping for
design, visualization, and simulation.
In this dynamic class, Swee Bing Teoh and Gareth Lai will showcase the          ED433-1    Lecture
current teaching ethos in Singapore Polytechnic, and how Autodesk®
Revit Architecture and 3ds Max® Design is implemented within the
Syllabus of Architecture. The class will examine the interaction of the
curriculum with the relevant construction authorities in Singapore ( BCA ),
and how students are taught the concepts of preparing regulatory
documentation and submissions. The class will also highlight the
collaboration between Autodesk, architectural practices in Singapore (such
as JTC, DP Architects), and the Singapore Institute of Architects (SIA) in
an in-house design competition which culminates in the absorption of the
students into the industry.
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                        Class Description                                      ID           Type
To support the next generation of global problem solvers and innovators     ED430-1     Panel
who are now in secondary school, we need to make sure they have the
skills necessary for them to tackle the big issues facing the 21st century.
Moving from STEM to STEAM connects cross-discipline learning in a way
that teaches students how to use the creative problem-solving tools that
come from the arts in core subjects like math and science. STEAM
leverages the Autodesk tool set to help students visualize new and
creative solutions. See how three secondary school teachers use
creativity and creative problem-solving in their classes using and
combining the Autodesk tool set. Explore how secondary school students
are using these tools: AutoCAD®, Revit®, Autodesk® Inventor®,
Autodesk Maya® and Autodesk Mudbox™ to further their education goals
in new ways.
There is no question that today's students are passionate about the use of ED419-4      Lecture
technology at home, at play, and in the classroom. In this class, we will
hear from students who participate in design competitions outside of the
classroom. Learn what drives them and how they are using Autodesk
Inventor, often in interesting ways, to gain an advantage over their
competition.
The worldwide automotive market is one of the most competitive              ED422-5     Lecture
commercially, as well as in the recruitment of the newest, hottest
designers. In this class, we will hear about how smart automotive firms are
working with educators to ensure they have the most qualified, innovative,
and prepared new employees the design world has to offer.

Popular culture knows the standard use for 3D arts as a part of feature      ED319-2    Lecture
film, video games, and architectural rendering. However, artists are using
these tools in a variety of different methods outside of these understood
traditional mediums. This class will explore other areas using 3D tools
and the impact they are have on our culture and the educational
opportunities they present. Other uses for 3D, including medical
visualization, criminal reconstruction, and fine art provide new
opportunities to expand. As educators, we can explore new directions for
3D and provide our students with diversity and growth in these expanding
areas.
The Northshore School District has teamed up with McKinstry Co, a            ED316-1    Lecture
regional mechanical contractor and energy services provider, and
Cascadia Community College's newly developed Environmental
Technology and Sustainable Practices Program leaders, to design and
build an educational program that teaches students about building systems
and design. This class focuses on how the Environmental Technology &
Design (ETD) program has come to life and highlights the key elements of
this first-of-its-kind program for secondary education. We will cover the
ETD course description and outline; describe collaborative learning
opportunities with post-secondary institutions; review lesson plans that use
Autodesk® Revit® MEP, Autodesk Ecotect®, and energy modeling
software; discuss mobile infrastructure components; and highlight campus
features that enable science experiments as well as methods to track
building systems data.
Bringing together five disciplines (architecture, civil engineering,         ED224-1V   Virtual Class
construction management, HVAC, and interior design) to conceive, design
and analyze a 100,000-square foot net-zero museum can be a daunting
task for anyone, especially students. This workshop shows how Revit
was utilized as a basis for collaboration in a higher education setting to
help students understand the movement toward Integrated Project Design
(IPD) and Building Information Modeling (BIM). Topics include central
files, estimating, energy analysis, HVAC loads, and importing/exporting.
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                        Class Description                                        ID           Type
Bringing together five disciplines (architecture, civil engineering,       ED234-3V       Virtual Class
construction management, HVAC, and interior design) to conceive, design
and analyze a 100,000-square foot net-zero museum can be a daunting
task for anyone, especially students. This workshop shows how Revit
was utilized as a basis for collaboration in a higher education setting to
help students understand the movement toward Integrated Project Design
(IPD) and Building Information Modeling (BIM). Topics include central
files, estimating, energy analysis, HVAC loads, and importing/exporting.

In the days of traditional drafting methods, the curriculum was fairly          ED427-6   Lecture
standardized across the country. Most engineering and technology
students were able to apply the skills to their employment or transfer the
class to other educational institutions. After the adoption of CAD,
educational institutions started to change their curricula. Questions started
to arise: One or two textbooks? 2D CAD or 3D wireframe? Surface, solid,
or parametric? Sketching or no sketching? How does my curriculum
transfer to other educational institutions? You will explore all the options of
developing a new engineering graphics curriculum.
Building Information Modeling (BIM) has proved its value in building design FM312-1C      Product Clinic
and construction. But how can BIM data support the operational functions
of facility management? Michael Schley discusses new approaches to help
you leverage the spatial and systems information in BIM models to
improve space, occupancy, and maintenance management.

Anyone who has tried one of the Google applications knows the power and FM234-1           Lecture
ease of cloud computing. And anyone who has used Google Maps™ on a
cell phone knows the flexibility and ubiquity of Web Services. What
should the BIM community be doing to catch and ride these big waves in
IT technology? Everything! This class looks at new ways of joining and
deploying AutoCAD®, Revit®, and ARCHIBUS® using cloud resources,
Web Services, and mobile technologies. These new ways of joining your
teams can get you to "Big BIM" in a hurry by providing new ways to work
collaboratively, and new ways of leveraging each team's strengths using
the Web. You can flow work around the globe, connect individual Revit
models directly to portfolio-scale databases, speed building
commissioning, and deploy data standards reliably. The result? Better
building life cycle management, lower IT costs and effort, and a reduced
training curve. Surfs up! Grab your board and lets catch the waves!

This course will focus on Building Information Modeling (BIM) as it relates FM319-1       Lecture
to the Computer Aided Facilities Management (CAFM) industry. Using
Autodesk® Revit® Architecture, a BIM model will be generated from the
ground up that includes walls, doors, windows and areas. The model will
then be utilized within a CAFM environment where additional BIM data can
be managed. Within the CAFM environment, occupants, departments,
space types, and space use will be managed and graphically themed.

We have islands of data just waiting to be put together for true            FM327-1       Lecture
collaboration. Develop a game plan for putting your Facilities Management
(FM) model to use in your firm. Learn how to request and organize the
Building Information Model (BIM) data to keep it in the asset category
instead of the liability bucket. By presenting examples of BIM and how it
flows into a Facilities Management plan, you will see several ways to plan
for setup, development, and maintenance that will keep you ahead of the
curve. By leveraging the information created and captured from your
model, see how to maximize its use during the planning, design and
construction phases to accrue benefits during the last and crucial phase of
a building life cycle.
This class will show you how to prepare a BIM for facility operational      FM419-1       Lecture
personnel, and how to tailor a BIM model to provide the proper information
visually and through exporting data. This class will allow the non-
engineering individual to make operational decisions based on the cause
and effect of the interdependencies of building systems.
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                         Class Description                                           ID          Type
When budget time comes around, one of the goals of any facility manager FM222-1C             Product Clinic
is to produce monthly or annual chargeback reports. This class will help to
define exactly what a chargeback report is, as well as analyze all the
elements required to produce chargeback reports. This class will uncover
the mystique surrounding the ANSI/BOMA and IFMA documents that
define standard methods for measuring floor area. We will discuss pre-
and post-1996 ANSI/BOMA Standards as well and the latest changes and
divisions of these standards. We will use AutoCAD® 2011 to define the
methods for outlining the spaces using Polyline as the space boundaries.
Once defined, these boundaries can be linked to a database using a third-
party CAFM solution.

Now more than ever it has become essential to maximize the use of your            FM220-1C   Product Clinic
company's assets and ensure that all facilities and equipment are working
at their full potential. Whether you work for a pharmaceutical plant or a
hydroelectric dam, you still need the basic ability to manage your real
estate and office space efficiently. With the CIDEON CAFM Suite, you
can now visually manage your valuable FM assets within the context of a
AutoCAD® drawing. You can link blocks within a drawing to actual SAP
objects and have a complete view of your Enterprise Asset Management
(EAM) landscape.
See how Autodesk® Revit® Architecture can be an effective facilities              FM427-1    Lecture
management tool. Understand how parameters, schedules, and area plans
can create a cohesive facility plan from design to management. See move
coordination and scenario planning using the industry's premier
architectural design tool.
This class will focus on how information related to building spaces and           FM330-1C   Product Clinic
assets found in AutoCAD and Revit building plans can be linked or
extracted to a database to run analysis of existing building assets, such as
lighting and plumbing fixtures, and generate comparison reports based on
replacing building equipment and fixtures. The reports will allow building
owners to better understand their savings in energy and replacement cost,
carbon footprint, and water savings.
To avoid losing valuable data and time, the responsibility for data in a BIM      FM332-1C   Product Clinic
model should be clearly defined in a BIM Execution Plan for FM. The BEP
is a document agreed to by owner and provider that defines deliverable
requirements. With BIM data immediately available upon project
completion, there is a large push to leverage the data in other
organizational Information Systems. BIM Execution Plans are common in
the building industry, but often leave undefined what happens to the data
after hand-off. Determining who will be responsible for the data during its
life cycle is difficult and must be decided before work begins, often for legal
reasons. The class will discuss different roles in the BIM process, and
solutions for determining what is appropriate for a given building project.
The class will focus on the importance of creating a BIM Execution Plan
(BEP) for FM to clarify the parties and systems responsible for different
processes and data during the building life cycle.

Do you plan major move projects or just need to get day-to-day churn         FM232-1C        Product Clinic
under control? This class will share ideas that will help you deliver more
organized and cost-effective moves. Based on the actual experiences of
FM:Systems customers, you will learn how to better coordinate the efforts
of facilities, departmental move liaisons, and other move stakeholders.
You will have a better understanding of the key types of churn and different
approaches to move management; how to track and communicate the
business impact of churn; the different phases of move management; the
five keys to success for managing churn; and how technology has helped
other facilities professionals improve move communication, collaboration,
and visibility.
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                         Class Description                                        ID          Type
The technology aspect of facilities management is critical to maintaining      FM433-1    Lecture
an organization's infrastructure to support the overall business objectives,
but where do you get started? It is a crucial part of a facility manager's
strategic plan. By utilizing Integrated Workplace Management System
(IWMS) such as FM:Systems, avoid classic mistakes in post-
implementation blues when a maintenance plan is not in place for people
and systems. Don't miss this rare opportunity to learn about technology's
role in making you better in Facility Management. You wouldn't design a
building without a set of blueprints, so why run a building without one?

Organizations should keep track of efficiencies gained with green projects FM328-1C       Product Clinic
in order to maintain the lower costs, benefits of certifications, and social
distinctions which the projects produce. While "Going Green" is generally
accepted as environmentally and socially beneficial, most organizations
won't go green without economic justification. There are a number of tools
that help an organization plan, forecast, and design the greening of their
infrastructure, but once the decision to go green has been made and
implemented, it is just as important to track actual and forecasted
performance to avoid losing efficiency and certification. A good IWMS
system can help compare performance forecasted during the planning and
construction of green infrastructure, to actual as well as on-going
performance for analysis and continuing accreditation, and, to avoid going
brown. This class will discuss how to track energy, maintenance, and
capital costs, and LEED® and Energy Star certifications.

Building owners can use the virtual building environments in AutoCAD®          FM322-1C   Product Clinic
MEP and AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite to plan and execute building
operations and maintenance. Planning operations and maintenance can
be a huge headache—building owners consider paper drawings of sites
and buildings, online CAD drawings, BIM models, and structures described
by geo-databases. By using Autodesk® products, work can be automated,
shared, and performed using a graphical interface. Adjusting the
temperature of a room should not require skill in Autodesk products, but it
should leverage those products. This class describes using graphical data
and applications in systems designed for planning and executing building
operations and maintenance.
Facility Management needs up-to-date building information. Typically, this FM230-1C       Product Clinic
information is a mix of geometry (a polygon for each room) and additional
information (a room description). In many cases, the existing building
drawings do not exist or do not contain important information. This class
explains how you can use AutoCAD® to create a complete digital workflow
that puts data collected in the field into your Facility Management system.
You will also learn how you can prepare existing drawings for use by
Facility Management. Closed polygons for each room play an important
role in this process. The class also presents tips and tricks for working with
room polygons.
This class will focus on how AutoCAD drawings and Revit models can be FM324-1C            Product Clinic
used to link or extract data to a database to allow facilities managers to
keep an accurate accounting of their space, personnel, and assets, and
run graphic queries and reports to better manage their facilities. In
addition, Web-based tools extending the capabilities of Autodesk Design
Review for viewing and updating information will also be covered.
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                        Class Description                                        ID           Type
There are a variety of technologies available to help AEC firms easily        FM314-1C    Product Clinic
transfer BIM data to owner information systems without getting bogged
down in data management. Technology now allows firms to spend energy
and resources on building design, modeling, and construction, while
meeting data requirements. More and more building projects include
requirements from owners that data created between the planning and
commissioning phases of the project be passed on to the systems used for
managing operations and maintenance, i.e., IWMS, FM, CMMS, Human
Resources, Finance, Real Estate, etc. Similar to the way in which BIM
applications are revolutionizing the building industry, new technologies like
cloud computing, Web services, RFID, and mobile devices are
revolutionizing a firm's ability to transfer data from BIM to owner systems.
This class will focus on how AEC firms can use different technologies to
meet requirements for data while staying focused on building.

This lab class will introduce management professionals, architects, and     FM228-1L      Hands-On Lab
space planners to the powerful tool set within Autodesk Revit Architecture
that can be used to accurately and efficiently generate, maintain, and
present facility data. Learn how to leverage project and shared parameters,
rooms, area plans, color schemes, schedules, to provide up-to-date data
for your end users. Explore the DBLink utility which will allow you to
update parameters such as costs, life cycle information, and much more
using an external database linked to your Autodesk Revit Architecture
project.
This class will discuss issues about the state of facility management (FM) FM236-1C       Product Clinic
technology in changing economic times. We will cover Web-browser-
based applications, hosted software, integration of FM data, corporate
sustainability initiatives, self-service corporate systems, and Building
Information Modeling (BIM), with a focus on business results. You will
learn what you need to know to ensure that facilities are prepared for FM
technology challenges in these dynamic economic times.

Two basic things are needed in the facility management world: what have FM234-2C          Product Clinic
you got and what can you do with it? The second question is best
answered by knowing the first with precision. Managers of property,
space, population, and density make decisions every day to maximize the
use of their space. Those decisions can best be made by having
everything you need to know at your fingertips. This class will focus on
ways you can bring all of your information together so that you can make
your best decisions based on accurate and accessible data. No one
knows your business like you do, and sometimes a canned product might
not be adequate. We will look at ways you can leverage your drawings and
data for information that is important to you and your business.

Needs analysis, existing data review, software selection, data input, data     FM228-2C   Product Clinic
extraction, data management, and software maintenance are all phases of
implementing a facility management system. Each of these topics could be
covered in a class by themselves. The intent of this class is to give
attendees a birds-eye view of the process from the early stages of
conceptual meetings, to implementation and use of the system. Discover
shortcuts to data input, as well as pitfalls to avoid when implementing a
Facility Management software solution. Find out why all Facility
Management software consultants share the common belief of "Grow It
Slow."
Sustainable facility management helps organizations meet the pressing          FM238-1C   Product Clinic
financial needs of the present without compromising environmental quality
for future generations. Today's facility professionals need strategies, tools,
and reliable data to create a facility management sustainability program
that also realizes the financial goals of their organization.
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                         Class Description                                           ID        Type
Join VP of AEC Plant Solutions, Mark Strassman, as he introduces                  KN327-2   Keynote
Autodesk’s new Autodesk Plant Design Suite. As designers and
engineers in the process & power industry, you now have a single
integrated solution that will allow you to Imagine, Design, and Create a
plant from start to finish. In this session you will learn details about the
Autodesk Plant Design Suite and watch demonstrations that illustrate why
this product saves you time, enhances design productivity, and helps you
stay on budget and on schedule. If you work in the process and power
industry, this session is not to be missed.
Join Amar Hanspal, Autodesk Senior Vice President of Platform Solutions           KN234-1   Keynote
and Emerging Businesses, to get a sneak peek into the future of AutoCAD.
See technology previews of projects so top secret we cannot even name
them, and watch a special preview of an upcoming Hollywood blockbuster
film! Amar will host Tait Towers, which uses AutoCAD with 3ds Max®
Design to design and construct concert stages that turn the visions behind
the music industry’s top artists into reality. Before we wrap, Amar will invite
Marc Petit, Senior Vice President of the Autodesk Media and
Entertainment division, to join him for a dialog about how entertainment-
developed visualization technology is helping to fuel innovation in design.
Finally, a special guest speaker from Hollywood will preview never-before-
seen clips of an upcoming film. Join us for an AU experience you will never
forget!
Autodesk infrastructure solutions enable transportation, energy,                  KN322-1   Keynote
water/wastewater, and land development professionals to take full
advantage of model-based workflows to plan, design, build, and manage
their projects. In this session, you will learn about the Autodesk®
infrastructure products available today, and see a preview of technologies
that will help you to imagine, design, and create the sustainable
infrastructure of tomorrow.
Join us on Tuesday, November 30 at 2:00 pm for the pulse-pounding                 KN228-1   Keynote
excitement of the Manufacturing Keynote presentation. We are fine-tuning
the format and speakers for this much anticipated keynote. You can
expect to see our hot technology in action and other goodies we can't
mention in advance.
Dave Lavery is a man on a mission. In fact, as Program Executive for              KN231-1   Keynote
Solar System Exploration at NASA Headquarters in Washington, D.C.,
Lavery is responsible for executive oversight of the design and
development of the next generation of Mars exploration spacecraft and the
advanced technologies to enable them. What skills, attitudes, and
technologies does NASA employ today to design a project, space craft,
experiments, or a collaborative mission team? Dave will share his
experience designing both ground-breaking NASA missions and catalytic
programs for students, and offer his observations on how to prepare the
next generation of engineers, designers, and rocket scientists.

Come see firsthand the latest cutting-edge advancements in Autodesk          KN327-1        Keynote
technology for architects, engineers, contractors, and building owners,
brought to you by Autodesk product and industry managers, as well as
innovators…like you!
Take a look into the future of the next release of Autodesk Inventor. This   MA231-4        Lecture
120-minute tour of its new features will help you discover new ways to
solve old problems.
Autodesk Inventor has the ability to perform multiple top-down design        MA322-2L       Hands-On Lab
techniques. Top-down approaches emphasize planning and a complete
understanding of the system. It is inherent that no modeling can begin until
a sufficient level of detail has been reached in the design of at least some
part of the system. The modification of any top-down design technique is
inherently productive since it is focused on the modification of the few to
update and change the many. This method can drastically reduce time in
canvas and repetitive updates to numerous modeling files. This lab is for
any users who want to understand how top-down design can aid them in
their design intent and efficiency.
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                          Class Description                                           ID          Type
In this lab, you will work with four areas of design using Inventor®. This         MA433-1L   Hands-On Lab
lab will assist users with designs utilizing Adaptive Designs, Frame
Generator, Sheet Metal, and a little Frame Analysis. The lab is intended
not to only use one tool, but to acquire design flows for using multiple
techniques. Adaptivity is a core design tool for linking component sizes
and shapes to other components in a design. The Frame Generator
creates designs based on sketching techniques, and it is all finished off
with a Sheet Metal cover for safety and aesthetics. Add a little simulation
at the end for a digital prototype ending.
You needed to reduce your electrical control design time and errors, so of         MA234-2L   Hands-On Lab
course you chose AutoCAD® Electrical. Now what do you do with your
existing AutoCAD work? How do you add the intelligence of AutoCAD
Electrical to an existing design so it can be the start of new work? In this
lab, we will take an AutoCAD-based control system design and add
AutoCAD Electrical intelligence. We will replace existing blocks with
AutoCAD Electrical components, while keeping the blocks' attribute data.
We will make custom AutoCAD Electrical components and circuits from
regular AutoCAD files. We will even add AutoCAD Electrical project
intelligence to the existing title blocks. Most importantly, we will do all this
with tools available in a typical installation of AutoCAD Electrical.

This presentation will explore how additive fabrication systems such as 3D MA314-2C           Product Clinic
printers, rapid prototyping systems, and direct digital manufacturing
systems are changing future product development and manufacturing.
Additive fabrication technologies are a relatively new technology to the
manufacturing world. Previously known as rapid prototyping or 3D printing,
additive fabrication technologies are no longer being used just by design
engineers. Manufacturing engineers are now employing these
technologies for various applications such as jigs, fixtures, check gauges,
and end-use parts. Additive fabrication technologies allow design and
manufacturing engineers the freedom to design for function rather than
being constrained by design for manufacturing. Among many others
benefits, these technologies implemented in manufacturing eliminate
tooling, dramatically accelerating time to market and reducing product
cost.
Typical workflow to simulate the structural behavior of frames will be        MA427-4         Lecture
presented during this class. The analysis model can exported from
Inventor to be used in Autodesk® Robot Structural Analysis (ARSA). Use
of ARSA for code verification, optimization, and dynamic analysis of steel
frames will be discussed in detail.
This class will provide not only the techniques but actual working methods MA419-3            Lecture
and workflows used with Autodesk® Inventor® for the creation of
architectural content—furniture, cabinetry, millwork, and structural building
development. The class emphasis will be on actual construction
procedures, using the latest version of Autodesk Inventor, and many of
the core development tools (iLogic, confidity®). Autodesk Inventor for the
wood trades can accomplish tasks that usually take hours or days in a
fraction of the time, and produce accurate results the first time around.

You have the industrial designer's work. You've made an initial shape. How MA419-5            Lecture
do you change this into a finished design? How do you make sure it can
be molded? Where will the weld lines be? What about shrinkage and
warpage? Finally, what about the mold design itself? Learn how Autodesk
Inventor, Autodesk Inventor Tooling, Autodesk Moldflow Adviser, and
Autodesk Showcase® are used to answer all these questions. Adapt a
concept to injection molding with plastic-specific features in Autodesk
Inventor. Analyze the design for potential quality issues in both Autodesk
Inventor Tooling and Moldflow Adviser. Develop a mold design in Autodesk
Inventor Tooling and use Autodesk Showcase to visualize the results.
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                        Class Description                                         ID          Type
Autodesk Factory Design Suite enables users to communicate their factory       MA422-5    Lecture
layouts in 3D. This allows you to make better decisions earlier in the
process. This class will focus on using the library authoring capabilities
that are included with the Autodesk Factory Design Utility that runs inside
of Autodesk Inventor®. After attending this class, attendees will
understand how to take existing Autodesk Inventor Part files and reuse
them as factory content; understand how to take existing Autodesk
Inventor Assembly files and reuse them as factory content; and
understand how to take data from other CAD products and author it as
factory content.
Hydraulic, pneumatic, and P&ID symbols and linking, have long been             MA228-1V   Virtual Class
included with AutoCAD Electrical. A recent addition is support for One-line
diagrams. Attend this class to learn the simple requirements for linking
these types of drawings to the schematic drawings and how you can
leverage this capability to improve your efficiency and quality of your
design package.
Hydraulic, pneumatic, and P&ID symbols and linking, have long been             MA234-6V   Virtual Class
included with AutoCAD Electrical. A recent addition is support for One-line
diagrams. Attend this class to learn the simple requirements for linking
these types of drawings to the schematic drawings and how you can
leverage this capability to improve your efficiency and quality of your
design package.
Are you an AutoCAD Electrical power user looking for commands that you         MA223-2    Lecture
are certain exist but can't seem to find? During this class, we will discuss
several of the lesser-known AutoCAD Electrical features, including wiring
information for panel drawings and using the power of Excel® to update
and manipulate your drawings. We will take a look at setting up Pin Lists to
automatically assign pins to your components based on catalog
information, zipping projects, and talk about an automated method to
create wire types project wide.
Let's get unplugged and unconferenced with AutoCAD Electrical 2011 and         MA422-3U   Unconference
talk about the new features in this latest version of AutoCAD Electrical.
During this 90-minute unconference class, we will discuss topics as a
group and interact to get the most out of this opportunity. We will discuss
Ribbons, Workspaces, Circuit Builder, One Line Diagrams, and other
things.
Learn how you can use Autodesk Inventor Fusion to prepare and modify           MA422-1    Lecture
models for simulation and analysis.
While Autodesk Alias is used to do the organic design, AutoCAD Inventor        MA416-1    Lecture
is used for parametric design. I will demonstrate the key benefits of using
the Alias to Inventor associative workflows. I will discuss the Inventor
technology that is helpful to bring in Alias data. Demos will be shown on
how to edit and repair Inventor data when there are changes in Alias.

Certification is an important step in differentiating yourself from other   MA220-5       Lecture
Autodesk Inventor users. This lecture will cover the critical objectives on
features and workflow that you need to know to become certified on
Autodesk Inventor 2011.
This class will focus on top tips and guidance to help you streamline the   MA222-1V      Virtual Class
simulation and analysis process. Key areas that will be mentioned include
optimum workflow to create joints, how to interpret results with stress
singularities present in the model, the H-P convergence process, and
many more useful tips.
This class will focus on top tips and guidance to help you streamline the   MA208-1V      Virtual Class
simulation and analysis process. Key areas that will be mentioned include
optimum workflow to create joints, how to interpret results with stress
singularities present in the model, the H-P convergence process, and
many more useful tips.
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                        Class Description                                       ID          Type
This class aims to expand the student's design toolbox by integrating       MA427-2     Lecture
surface modeling with solid part design. Autodesk Inventor has very
powerful surface modeling tools that allow engineers to create smooth and
very complex features with ease. This class will show the students how to
use splines and curves to create swept, extruded, and lofted surfaces to be
used in their solid model. The class will show how to create G0, G1, and
G2 surfaces. Autodesk Inventor 2011 has new tools to help create
curvature. These tools will help the student design consumer goods where
aesthetics is important.
In this class, users will be able to take these exams: Autodesk Moldflow    MA126-2L    Hands-On Lab
Professional (formerly Bronze), Autodesk Moldflow Consultant (formerly
Silver). To qualify to take the Autodesk Moldflow Consultant exam, you
must have passed the Professional exam. This class will only be for taking
the exam itself, and is not for preparing for the exam.

As companies continuously look to improve the efficiency of their           MA430-2     Lecture
business, engineering, and manufacturing processes, they turn more and
more to automation technologies that allow them to capture process and
product knowledge for reuse by an every widening audience. This class
will explore the various options for automating Autodesk Inventor. We will
demonstrate the automation options, and describe the trade-offs involved
in their use, and describe the most appropriate places to incorporate them.
The technologies covered include using formulas in dimensions, using
iLogic™ to incorporate decision-making, using the Autodesk Inventor .NET
API to create point solutions, and using Autodesk Intent™ to automate
business processes.

While it is helpful to follow an industry standard, there are always          MA419-4   Lecture
additional components that are specific to your company. Therefore, it
makes the most sense to add these components to the AutoCAD®
Electrical library for quick reuse. This process can have a bit of a learning
curve and can get disorganized very quickly. In this class, I will share
some time-saving tips for building components and give suggestions for
how to organize the data that makes the most sense for you.

The Autodesk Inventor Drawing Manager is used to create critical              MA234-5   Lecture
documentation for the digital prototyping process. After you create a
model, you can create a drawing to document your design. In a drawing,
you place views of a model on one or more drawing sheets. Then you add
dimensions and other drawing annotations to document the model. The
existence of a powerful template at the beginning of the documentation
process can increase productivity by eliminating redundancy as well as
keep a team on a set of standards enforced by the company. This class is
designed for users wanting more out of their drawing templates and a
better understanding of the resources that go into a potent documentation
engine.
We have discovered how AutoCAD Electrical is a proven and easy way for MA433-4          Lecture
creating electrical controls system designs. Autodesk Inventor has proven
to be an easy way to create digital prototypes of your electrical panels.
However, did you know Autodesk Inventor users can pass wire-
connectivity information to AutoCAD Electrical and automatically create the
corresponding 2D schematics? In this lab, we will take an AutoCAD
Electrical smart schematic control system design and create the AutoCAD
Electrical smart panels. We will extract the information from the schematic
drawings to create the panel drawing, and utilize the reporting functionality
by extracting the information from the newly created panel drawing. Most
importantly, we will see how the smooth integration between Autodesk
Inventor and AutoCAD Electrical helps your electrical and mechanical
teams work collaboratively and efficiently on 2D and 3D mechatronic
product designs.

This product clinic will give attendees an introduction to Upfront CFD, the MA330-1C    Product Clinic
types of challenges that Upfront CFD can help solve, and an in-depth look
at the type of insights possible with CFdesign® 2011.
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                         Class Description                                           ID         Type
Designers and engineers have a favorite statement: You can only have       MA333-3P          Lecture
any two of these three: faster, better, or cheaper. Design optimization is
the application of numerical algorithms and techniques to engineered
systems to assist the designers and engineers in improving the system's
performance When incorporated into the design process, design
optimization algorithms allow designers and engineers to make products or
designs faster, better, and cheaper than was previously possible. The
presentation introduces the basic concepts, algorithms, requirements, and
limitations behind commonly used design optimization technologies such
as Gradient Based Optimization, Expert Systems, Design of Experiment
(DOE), Stochastic Optimization, and Genetic Optimization. Examples of
applying design optimization to the complex process of injection molding
with the Autodesk® Moldflow® product line can deliver optimal designs
faster, better, and cheaper will be demonstrated.

This class is for all of you who are tired of counting all the parts and pieces   MA316-3P   Lecture
that make up a large assembly. We will learn how to make Autodesk
Inventor do this for us in a form that other non-engineering departments
can use. You will learn how the assembly BOM relates to the parts list and
to customize each of them. Plus how to use parts list styles to handle
wire, cable, pipe, hose, weights, and volumes.
Learn how to quickly convey your design intent through the pages of your          MA319-3P   Lecture
drawing and then re-create an awesome drawing every time. Advanced
drawing techniques will be taught using a step-by-step approach. Whether
you are a new user or advanced, productivity gains will be realized
immediately.
This is a joint presentation between Novo Nordis and Autodesk®                    MA322-1P   Lecture
Moldflow®. In the first part of the presentation, we will discuss what the
inclusion of crystallization kinetics can do to improve the predictive
accuracy of Autodesk Moldflow using semi-crystalline materials. In the
second part of the presentation, we will go into more detail on the
development of the crystallization code that the Autodesk Moldflow
development team has been working on.
Surely you have heard of the new Circuit Builder tool in AutoCAD®                 MA427-3    Lecture
Electrical. You haven't? Now is your chance to find out what the hype is all
about. In addition to the motor control circuits and one-line diagram
support now included in the product, we will explore how to customize the
tool to fit your requirements. We will create a new circuit template, and add
data to the circuit builder spreadsheet. We will also add a new Electrical
Standard for the tool to reference. A basic understanding of AutoCAD
Electrical will be very helpful.
Industrial application of structural analysis for snap fit assemblies with        MA223-1L   Hands-On Lab
sliding and separating contacts will be demonstrated. A real industrial case
will be introduced. Assumptions will be made to simplify the problem. At
first the simplest possible solution will be sought with Autodesk Inventor
Simulation to understand the phenomenon and the behavior. The possible
limitations of this first approach will be identified. Based on the conclusions
from Autodesk Inventor simulation, a non-linear analysis will be done using
Autodesk Algor. Finally, simulation results will be interpreted and
correlated to the real situation to access the design weaknesses and
suggest modifications.
Learn just how easy it is for anyone to publish compelling product                MA319-2    Lecture
documentation with Autodesk Inventor Publisher. In this class you will
learn to use Publisher to create snapshots and animations that detail your
products easier than ever before. The class will cover topics such as
altering the appearance of components, creating exploded assembly
views, applying detail labels, and so much more. You will become familiar
with Storyboards and Timelines, Inserting models from various CAD
applications, and learn how simple it is to update documentation after a
design change through the Dynamic Update features in Publisher. CAD
and non-CAD users alike will benefit from this class as we demonstrate
how Autodesk Inventor Publisher is one more way to tap into the power of
Digital Prototyping.
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                        Class Description                                         ID          Type
Autodesk Inventor has the functionality to export assemblies and parts for     MA226-1V   Virtual Class
mechanical, electrical, and plumbing connections directly into Autodesk
Revit. This class focuses on the dynamic and logistics between the two
programs. You will learn best practices for creating Autodesk Inventor
AEC equipment and exporting them effectively to Autodesk Revit programs
and how to best leverage their design intent. Share your designs with a
new audience of BIM modelers with Autodesk Seek. Finally see how to
track your ADSK files with Autodesk Vault for design tracking and
revisions.
Autodesk Inventor has the functionality to export assemblies and parts for     MA230-1V   Virtual Class
mechanical, electrical, and plumbing connections directly into Autodesk
Revit. This class focuses on the dynamic and logistics between the two
programs. You will learn best practices for creating Autodesk Inventor
AEC equipment and exporting them effectively to Autodesk Revit
programs and how to best leverage their design intent. Share your
designs with a new audience of BIM modelers with Autodesk Seek. Finally
see how to track your ADSK files with Autodesk Vault for design tracking
and revisions.
The Autodesk Digital Prototyping solution gives designers and engineers        MA316-2    Lecture
all the tools necessary to take a design from concept to production. In this
class, Autodesk® Alias® Design for Inventor® will be used to take a model
from conceptual shape to a detailed design for production. With the
completed design, Autodesk Moldflow® and Autodesk Algor® Simulation
will be used to validate and optimize the final design. By optimizing the
injection molding process for the proper gate locations and limited
warpage, we can ensure that our product will come out of the mold as
expected, reducing waste and retooling costs. Autodesk Algor Simulation
will be used to evaluate the parts performance in real world conditions,
such as operational loads, elevated temperatures, and other significant
what-if scenarios.
Interested in using Autodesk Inventor iLogic everyday to enhance your          MA330-3P   Lecture
design processes? In this lab, you will walk away with a number of
practical, simple and efficient methods to use Autodesk Inventor iLogic
rules to assist your model, assembly, and drawing creation and
modification. When you incorporate advanced intelligent product and
design knowledge into your models and drawings, you alleviate the need
for additional checking, you enhance consistency, and you can enforce
CAD standards easier, ultimately increasing productivity and reducing
engineering bottlenecks. This lab will give you better understanding of
when and how to use iLogic rules and how to best construct them. You do
not need to be a programmer to understand Autodesk Inventor iLogic; it is
a technology built into every seat of Autodesk Inventor 2011. This lab is
for any person using Autodesk Inventor with a confident understanding of
Autodesk Inventor parameters and file associations.

Autodesk Factory Design Suite enables users to communicate their factory MA327-3          Lecture
layouts in 3D. This allows you to make better decisions earlier in the
process. This class will focus on using the library authoring capabilities
that are included with the Autodesk Factory Design Utility that runs inside
of Autodesk Inventor®.
How does one put together a complex project taking advantage of all the         MA220-6   Lecture
digital tools available from the Autodesk family? An examination of the
interoperability between different Autodesk® products and how this can be
leveraged to your company's benefit will be presented using an
amusement park ride as a platform. These are technologies that utilize the
concept of "enter it once and use it many times" to produce results that
many thought were impossible just a few years ago. Transferring data
from the initial artist's concept sketches through civil land works, structural
and mechanical fabrication and assembly, marketing, installation, data
management, commissioning, operation and maintenance, can all be
captured using the wide variety of Autodesk software solutions. This is just
one example of what can be achieved if you wish to explore what's
available to you (and you might not even have known it).
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                          Class Description                                           ID          Type
Autodesk Inventor 2011 features powerful capabilities to use Autodesk              MA430-3    Lecture
Inventor Fusion Technology Preview. Learn how you can edit and
maintain non-native imported data with Autodesk Inventor Fusion. Learn
how you can use Autodesk Inventor Fusion to enable non-engineering
team members to collaborate on your Autodesk Inventor 3D data, while
maintaining control over changes. This two hour class will feature practical
examples on how to use Autodesk Inventor 2011 and Autodesk Inventor
Fusion.
This class explores the sheet metal environment in Autodesk Inventor               MA316-6    Lecture
2011. We will cover features in the sheet metal modeling environment
including: Contour Roll, Lofted Flange, Rip Tool, Unfold, Refold, Bend
Order Annotation, and Cosmetic Centerlines. Enhancements to Flat
Patterns, the Drawing Manager, and Sheet Metal Styles will be covered as
well.
Does your company design standard product lines? Do they use                       MA430-4    Lecture
configurable products within the designs? Join me in this class to
understand what is possible with iLogic and Autodesk Inventor 2011. I will
show you how to use some basic iLogic features to get started building
design rules into your 3D design, and use more advanced concepts to take
your rules driven design to the next level.
This class covers basic and advanced sheet metal design features in                MA231-1    Lecture
Autodesk Inventor 2011. Autodesk Inventor 2011 has sheet metal
capabilities that will surely delight anyone who wants to create complex
folded sheet metal components with ease.
This class covers basic and advanced sheet metal design features in                MA234-1U   Unconference
Autodesk Inventor 2011. Autodesk Inventor 2011 has sheet metal
capabilities that will surely delight anyone who wants to create complex
folded sheet metal components with ease.
Autodesk Technical Evangelist Rob Cohee walks you through this year's              MA430-1    Lecture
Tip of the Day collection. Rob has been posting Autodesk Inventor tips on
Facebook and Twitter. He has amassed more tips than he might be able to
put into one class, but he is going to try. Rob will ask you for your tips prior
to the class and then share them with the audience.

Autodesk Technical Evangelist, Rob Cohee, walks you through this year's MA220-4V              Virtual Class
Tip of the Day collection. Rob has been posting Autodesk Inventor tips on
Facebook and Twitter. He has amassed more tips than he might be able
to put into one class, but he is going to try. Rob will ask you for your tips
prior to the class and then share them with the audience.

Autodesk Technical Evangelist, Rob Cohee, walks you through this year's MA236-1V              Virtual Class
Tip of the Day collection. Rob has been posting Autodesk Inventor tips on
Facebook and Twitter. He has amassed more tips than he might be able
to put into one class, but he is going to try. Rob will ask you for your tips
prior to the class and then share them with the audience.

This lab explores the sheet metal environment in Autodesk Inventor 2010. MA220-1L             Hands-On Lab
The class leads you on a journey through Autodesk Inventor's extensive
set of sheet metal tools as you build a sheet metal guard for a machine
that features cutouts, mitered corners, arc-welded corner reliefs, sheet
metal fasteners, punched features, and three-bend corners. You will
control creating and unfolding your model by using the new integrated
Bend Table Editor to create your own bend table. You will set default
feature creation by setting up your own sheet metal styles in the Style and
Standard Editor. You will review the flat pattern and document your
designs in the Drawing Manager. You will also learn to use flat pattern
extents to determine the size of the stock required and recover punch
centers, and you will use punch tables and punch notes to document
features made with the Punch tool. Finally, you will create bend tables,
bend notes and bend tags to document how the flat sheet will be
fabricated.
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                         Class Description                                         ID          Type
iLogic enables rules-driven design, providing a simple way to capture and       MA316-1L   Hands-On Lab
reuse your work. Use iLogic to standardize and automate design
processes and configure your virtual products. In this class, we will cover
the fundamental building blocks for creating iLogic rules in Autodesk®
Inventor®. The concepts and principles covered are focused on the
average Autodesk Inventor user. We will start with a simple rule, and
continue to build upon this rule, increasing the complexity of the rule as we
progress through the class.
iLogic enables rules-driven design, providing a simple way to capture and       MA240-1V   Virtual Class
reuse your work. Use iLogic to standardize and automate design
processes and configure your virtual products. In this class, we will cover
the fundamental building blocks for creating iLogic rules in Autodesk®
Inventor®. The concepts and principles covered are focused on the
average Autodesk Inventor user. We will start with a simple rule, and
continue to build upon this rule, increasing the complexity of the rule as
we progress through the class.
iLogic enables rules-driven design, providing a simple way to capture and       MA224-1V   Virtual Class
reuse your work. Use iLogic to standardize and automate design
processes and configure your virtual products. In this class, we will cover
the fundamental building blocks for creating iLogic rules in Autodesk®
Inventor®. The concepts and principles covered are focused on the
average Autodesk Inventor user. We will start with a simple rule, and
continue to build upon this rule, increasing the complexity of the rule as
we progress through the class.
This class is designed to help you learn the essentials for creating a hand-    MA330-1L   Hands-On Lab
designed user Form (custom dialog) using Microsoft Visual Basic Express,
and connecting the Form to an Autodesk® Inventor® iLogic design to
serve as a front end for managing the design input parameters.

Bring electrical and mechanical engineers together with AutoCAD®                MA416-3    Lecture
Electrical and Autodesk Inventor Professional. In this class, we will learn
how to import controls design data from AutoCAD Electrical into the
Autodesk Inventor Professional cable and harness environment. We will
also cover how to configure the Autodesk Inventor Professional wire library
and how to publish connectors in Autodesk Inventor Professional to
support AutoCAD Electrical data.
Brendan Zarechian will describe his work in troubleshooting very small          MA220-3P   Lecture
complex insert-overmolded parts in the medical device field. The class will
cover creating the mesh for inserts and first and second shots. He will also
explain how to interpret the results and use them to improve the tool and
part design.
This class presents real-world examples and valuable tricks and tips for        MA231-3P   Lecture
using Autodesk Moldflow Insight 2011. The class will show how LAXNESS
uses Autodesk Moldflow Insight 2011 to help customers solve their
technical problems and design the next generation of lightweight and
innovative plastic parts.
In this class, learn how Greenheck uses SAP software to manage complex          MA230-2C   Product Clinic
design information for all of their computer-aided design (CAD) systems.
Specifically, you will discover how Greenheck integrated Autodesk Inventor
and AutoCAD with SAP to provide a comfortable working environment and
stable engineering platform. You will also learn how their design
information is leveraged in SAP for downstream activities, thereby
encapsulating their entire product development process. A general
knowledge of SAP, Autodesk Inventor and AutoCAD is recommended.

This class explores the powerful features of the Application Programming MA333-5L          Hands-On Lab
Interface (API) available within Autodesk Moldflow Insight. If you are
interested in learning to automate repetitive tasks or extract data from
simulation results, then you should attend this class. We will review how to
record and play macros, cover using the command line with arguments,
and break down how to systematically program scripts using examples.
Some prior experience in Microsoft® Visual Basic® scripting is helpful but
not required.
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                       Class Description                                    ID           Type
Discover how you can use your Autodesk Inventor assembly structures to MA324-1C      Product Clinic
easily create and assign SAP® materials and bills of material (BOM).
These can then be used downstream for production planning and
procurement activities, thereby synchronizing your engineering data
directly to your overall manufacturing process. You will also see how you
can use the Autodesk Inventor BOM functionality so that engineering intent
is always reflected in your production BOM.
The Autodesk Moldflow product design team invites you to participate in a MA336-1U   Unconference
Focus Group to discuss future product designs and collaborate with
Autodesk Moldflow product designers to prioritize features that are
important to you! Your input will influence the design and development of
future releases regarding model preparation. We are looking for people
who are interested in learning how model preparation is changing and how
these changes will affect you. We want your feedback so model
preparation can become faster and easier for you.
Have you ever wanted to shape the future of the AutoCAD® products you MA316-1U       Unconference
use to produce schematics? The Systems Engineering team would like
to invite you to participate in a Focus Group to discuss future product
designs and collaborate with Autodesk product designers to prioritize
features that are important to you! Your input will influence the design
and development of future releases. We are looking for people who
actively work with schematics for controls, switchgear, power, process
and instrumentation. If you use AutoCAD, AutoCAD® Electrical,
AutoCAD® P&ID, or AutoCAD® ecscad, you create schematics, or you
work with schematics for control/electrical, hydraulic, instrumentations,
P&IDs, pneumatics, power, and others, then we would love your
feedback on our future designs. All levels of expertise are welcome.

Have you ever wanted to shape the future of the AutoCAD® products you MA330-1U       Unconference
use to produce schematics? The Systems Engineering team would like
to invite you to participate in a Focus Group to discuss future product
designs and collaborate with Autodesk product designers to prioritize
features that are important to you! Your input will influence the design
and development of future releases. We are looking for people who
actively work with schematics for controls, switchgear, power, process and
instrumentation. If you use AutoCAD, AutoCAD® Electrical, AutoCAD®
P&ID, or AutoCAD® ecscad, you create schematics, or you work with
schematics for control/electrical, hydraulic, instrumentations, P&IDs,
pneumatics, power, and others, then we would love your feedback on our
future designs. All levels of expertise are welcome.

Have you ever wanted to shape the future of the AutoCAD® products you MA430-3U       Unconference
use to create schematics? The Systems Engineering team would like to
invite you to participate in a one-on-one Usability Study to review new
concepts, gather your feedback on prototype software designs, and
collaborate with Autodesk product designers! Your input will influence the
design and development of future releases. We are looking for people
who actively create schematics for controls, switchgear, power, process
and instrumentation. If you use AutoCAD, AutoCAD® Electrical,
AutoCAD® P&ID, or AutoCAD ecscad, if you create schematics, or if you
work with schematics for control/electrical, hydraulic, instrumentations,
P&IDs, pneumatics, and power, we would love your feedback on our future
designs. All levels of expertise are welcome.
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                     Class Description                                  ID           Type
Have you ever wanted to shape the future of the AutoCAD® products you MA220-3U    Unconference
use to create schematics? The Systems Engineering team would like to
invite you to participate in a one-on-one Usability Study to review new
concepts, gather your feedback on prototype software designs, and
collaborate with Autodesk product designers! Your input will influence the
design and development of future releases. We are looking for people
who actively create schematics for controls, switchgear, power, process
and instrumentation. If you use AutoCAD, AutoCAD® Electrical,
AutoCAD® P&ID, or AutoCAD ecscad, if you create schematics, or if you
work with schematics for control/electrical, hydraulic, instrumentations,
P&IDs, pneumatics, and power, we would love your feedback on our
future designs. All levels of expertise are welcome.

Have you ever wanted to shape the future of the AutoCAD® products you MA419-3U    Unconference
use to create schematics? The Systems Engineering team would like to
invite you to participate in a one-on-one Usability Study to review new
concepts, gather your feedback on prototype software designs, and
collaborate with Autodesk product designers! Your input will influence the
design and development of future releases. We are looking for people
who actively create schematics for controls, switchgear, power, process
and instrumentation. If you use AutoCAD, AutoCAD® Electrical,
AutoCAD® P&ID, or AutoCAD ecscad, if you create schematics, or if you
work with schematics for control/electrical, hydraulic, instrumentations,
P&IDs, pneumatics, and power, we would love your feedback on our
future designs. All levels of expertise are welcome.

Have you ever wanted to shape the future of the AutoCAD® products you MA322-3U    Unconference
use to create schematics? The Systems Engineering team would like to
invite you to participate in a one-on-one Usability Study to review new
concepts, gather your feedback on prototype software designs, and
collaborate with Autodesk product designers! Your input will influence the
design and development of future releases. We are looking for people
who actively create schematics for controls, switchgear, power, process
and instrumentation. If you use AutoCAD, AutoCAD® Electrical,
AutoCAD® P&ID, or AutoCAD ecscad, if you create schematics, or if you
work with schematics for control/electrical, hydraulic, instrumentations,
P&IDs, pneumatics, and power, we would love your feedback on our
future designs. All levels of expertise are welcome.

Have you ever wanted to shape the future of the AutoCAD® products you MA416-3U    Unconference
use to create schematics? The Systems Engineering team would like to
invite you to participate in a one-on-one Usability Study to review new
concepts, gather your feedback on prototype software designs, and
collaborate with Autodesk product designers! Your input will influence the
design and development of future releases. We are looking for people
who actively create schematics for controls, switchgear, power, process
and instrumentation. If you use AutoCAD, AutoCAD® Electrical,
AutoCAD® P&ID, or AutoCAD ecscad, if you create schematics, or if you
work with schematics for control/electrical, hydraulic, instrumentations,
P&IDs, pneumatics, and power, we would love your feedback on our
future designs. All levels of expertise are welcome.

Have you ever wanted to shape the future of the AutoCAD® products you MA427-3U    Unconference
use to create schematics? The Systems Engineering team would like to
invite you to participate in a one-on-one Usability Study to review new
concepts, gather your feedback on prototype software designs, and
collaborate with Autodesk product designers! Your input will influence the
design and development of future releases. We are looking for people
who actively create schematics for controls, switchgear, power, process
and instrumentation. If you use AutoCAD, AutoCAD® Electrical,
AutoCAD® P&ID, or AutoCAD ecscad, if you create schematics, or if you
work with schematics for control/electrical, hydraulic, instrumentations,
P&IDs, pneumatics, and power, we would love your feedback on our
future designs. All levels of expertise are welcome.
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                         Class Description                                          ID          Type
Have you ever wanted to shape the future of the AutoCAD® products you            MA333-3U   Unconference
use to create schematics? The Systems Engineering team would like to
invite you to participate in a one-on-one Usability Study to review new
concepts, gather your feedback on prototype software designs, and
collaborate with Autodesk product designers! Your input will influence
the design and development of future releases. We are looking for
people who actively create schematics for controls, switchgear, power,
process and instrumentation. If you use AutoCAD, AutoCAD®
Electrical, AutoCAD® P&ID, or AutoCAD ecscad, if you create
schematics, or if you work with schematics for control/electrical,
hydraulic, instrumentations, P&IDs, pneumatics, and power, we would
love your feedback on our future designs. All levels of expertise are
welcome.
This class will discuss the advances and challenges of simulating injection      MA327-2P   Lecture
molding with long-fiber thermoplastics.
There are many methods that may be used to customize Autodesk                    MA422-2    Lecture
Inventor Content Center components to meet your needs. This class will
cover management of bill of materials (BOM) contents and descriptions,
placement scenarios, and creation of custom tools for productivity. This
class will present step-by step-instruction for creating standard, structural,
fastener, and electrical components. Manufacturing professionals will
benefit from improved workflows with a desktop- or Autodesk Data
Management Server (ADMS)-based Content Center.
Material selection is a key component that guides sustainable product            MA228-2    Lecture
design. Granta Design will share their best-in-class information on keys to
success. This class will be an interactive look into Granta's state of the art
tools for material selection. This is a must for any AU participant grappling
with sustainable design.
In many companies, the mechanical and electrical design are combined,            MA314-1V   Virtual Class
creating a single mechatronic design process. Do your mechanical
designs include electrical wires, harnesses, and components? When
completing your electrical designs, would you like to use tools especially
designed for electrical drawing creation? Autodesk® Inventor® is the
design tool of choice for the physical components, AutoCAD® Electrical
for the electrical components. You can create a seamless interface
between the two using three basic guidelines. We'll study these rules and
how they work. During the class, we will use AutoCAD Electrical to create
a circuit representing a wire harness and export the data into Autodesk
Inventor. In Autodesk Inventor, we will create wires, cables, and ribbon
cables, and export the data into AutoCAD Electrical.

In many companies, the mechanical and electrical design are combined,      MA326-1V         Virtual Class
creating a single mechatronic design process. Do your mechanical
designs include electrical wires, harnesses, and components? When
completing your electrical designs, would you like to use tools especially
designed for electrical drawing creation? Autodesk® Inventor® is the
design tool of choice for the physical components, AutoCAD® Electrical
for the electrical components. You can create a seamless interface
between the two using three basic guidelines. We'll study these rules and
how they work. During the class, we will use AutoCAD Electrical to create
a circuit representing a wire harness and export the data into Autodesk
Inventor. In Autodesk Inventor, we will create wires, cables, and ribbon
cables, and export the data into AutoCAD Electrical.
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                         Class Description                                           ID          Type
Identifying the appropriate configuration of the injection gates, as well as  MA220-2C       Product Clinic
the optimal injection parameters, is a critical step when designing an
injection process with respect to the final performances a plastic part shall
exhibit. Those manufacturing parameters significantly affect the final
performance of plastic parts through the final fiber orientation state, the
residual stresses induced in a part after cool down, the non-uniform
temperature field once the part comes out of the mold, and finally, by the
potential presence of weld lines in the part. Autodesk® Moldflow® is used
by plastic engineering to effectively and efficiently design the injection
mold, and to optimize the manufacturing of the part for efficiency and
quality. The nonlinear micromechanical material modeling technology
available in DIGIMAT, and the associated multi-scale algorithms and
solution procedures, leverage Autodesk Moldflow results further into the
structural analysis of the end service performance of the plastic part.

Correcting the warpage of injection molded plastic parts is an expensive          MA316-7P   Lecture
and time-consuming fact of life. Autodesk® Moldflow® Insight enables
users to predict part warpage. As software accuracy has improved, it has
become feasible to directly incorporate the software predictions into the
design of the mold, improving the quality of the parts significantly, and
reducing the time and cost to reach acceptable parts. Methods of
incorporating the predictions into the mold design will be examined, and
case studies will be shown to demonstrate the success of the technique.

In this class, we take a close look at various workflows and techniques that      MA433-2    Lecture
most users are never exposed to. These workflows cover a broad range of
tools, some used in unique combinations, to solve the most daunting of
design problems. Skeletal modeling, whereby a moderate-sized assembly
is driven both positionally and geometrically from a single source sketch,
will be discussed in detail. Similarly, users will see how the relatively new
multi-body modeling technology can be used in a number of ways to
achieve a wide range of desired results. Finally, we will investigate how
AutoCAD® Inventor® Professional Suite users can leverage the Dynamic
Simulation and Stress Analysis toolsets to improve their product design
and get it right the first time.
In this class we are going to give an introduction to part setup and fixturing.   MA326-1C   Product Clinic
We will review the basics of looking at a modeled part in Autodesk®
Inventor® and deciding how to fixture and setup the part for CNC
machining. We will show how to match our CAM setup in InventorCAM to
the part setup on a CNC milling machine. We will review common tasks
such as: machining requirements, material size, work offsets, picking up
work offsets, and fixturing.
With the growing usage of plastic in products, the design of moldable parts       MA419-1L   Hands-On Lab
and corresponding tooling is a key challenge. In this lab, you will have
hands on experience with Autodesk Inventor Tooling 2011 to learn how it
supports the design and optimization of plastic injection molds further
extending the range of Digital Prototyping. You will also learn how
Autodesk Inventor Tooling can analyze and optimize your plastic part
designs, making them more moldable. Participants will gain a basic
understanding of mold design and analysis technology through Autodesk
Inventor Tooling's intuitive workflow.
Autodesk Moldflow software products are proven solutions that assist in           MA422-4L   Hands-On Lab
validating plastic part and mold designs for manufacturability, quality, cost,
and sustainability. Learn how extending digital prototyping into the realm of
part and mold simulation can help you make good decisions early in your
design process. We will examine variables such as plastic choice, wall
thickness, gate location, runner layout, etc., while analyzing the filling and
cooling of the mold.
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                        Class Description                                        ID           Type
This class takes an in-depth look at wall framing for low-rise construction    MA234-7C   Product Clinic
and hospital partition framing using light gauge steel. It will highlight the
importance of accurate BIM models so they may be used at the
manufacturing levels, and address common issues of different stud
profiles, load bearing headers, wall join conditions, vertical stud alignment,
framing around MEP and structural objects, and clash coordination.
Finally, it will introduce third-party framing software that runs in the
Autodesk® Revit Architecture platform.
Takes an in-depth look at wall framing for residential construction using      MA238-1C   Product Clinic
wood. The class will highlight the importance of accurate BIM models so
they may be used at the manufacturing levels, and addresses common
issues of different wall types, framing around openings, wall join conditions
and gabled walls. Finally, it will introduce third-party framing software that
runs in the Autodesk® Revit Architecture platform.

Designed specifically for technical communications professionals,             MA322-1     Lecture
Autodesk Inventor Publisher is easy-to-use software for creating
compelling product documentation—from assembly instructions to
operating procedures, repair instructions, and more—that provides
downstream customers with clearer and more comprehensive technical
instructions. Autodesk Inventor Publisher software makes it easy for non-
CAD users, such as those in technical writing and illustration roles, to work
directly with the same 3D design models used in the design-to-
manufacturing process, to complete documentation sooner, and to turn
product documentation into a more of a competitive advantage.

Designed specifically for technical communications professionals,         MA330-4V        Virtual Class
Autodesk Inventor Publisher is easy-to-use software for creating
compelling product documentation—from assembly instructions to
operating procedures, repair instructions, and more—that provides
downstream customers with clearer and more comprehensive technical
instructions. Autodesk Inventor Publisher software makes it easy for non-
CAD users, such as those in technical writing and illustration roles, to
work directly with the same 3D design models used in the design-to-
manufacturing process, to complete documentation sooner, and to turn
product documentation into a more of a competitive advantage.

Designed specifically for technical communications professionals,         MA316-4V        Virtual Class
Autodesk Inventor Publisher is easy-to-use software for creating
compelling product documentation—from assembly instructions to
operating procedures, repair instructions, and more—that provides
downstream customers with clearer and more comprehensive technical
instructions. Autodesk Inventor Publisher software makes it easy for non-
CAD users, such as those in technical writing and illustration roles, to
work directly with the same 3D design models used in the design-to-
manufacturing process, to complete documentation sooner, and to turn
product documentation into a more of a competitive advantage.

This class is for users who want to gain a basic understanding of the          MA419-2L   Hands-On Lab
Dynamic Simulation environment in Autodesk® Inventor® 2011 and learn
to use that environment to simulate mechanisms.
This class covers best practices when comparing Autodesk® Moldflow®            MA330-5P   Lecture
results to measured data in reality. Specifically, we will explore correlating
results outputs from Autodesk Moldflow to real-world measured data, such
as pressure drop, shear rate, and deflection. The focus will be on both pre-
process optimization, and post-process troubleshooting and validation.
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                        Class Description                                      ID          Type
At what point are you confident that your product will perform in all        MA234-3   Lecture
environments? Attendees will get a firsthand look at using Autodesk
Simulation products that can help them make these predictions. From
basic design optimization in Autodesk Inventor Professional, to the many
"what-if" scenarios that can be analyzed using the advanced non-linear
and multiphysics analysis capabilities of Autodesk Algor
Simulation—Autodesk Simulation products have a solution for you.
Understanding how your design will behave before it is produced can help
reduce prototyping and material costs and improve reliability.
The Autodesk Inventor Content Center contains a collection of stock          MA333-2   Lecture
components, such as bearings and bolts, to speed up the design process.
The Design Accelerator makes the process even faster. You do not need
your handbook to find the correct formula, calculate the required sizes, and
then model the parts and assemble them. Just enter the performance
specifications and the Design Accelerator does the rest. For example, you
can design a V-belt drive by entering the input power and speed, the ratio,
and the center-to-center distance. The Design Accelerator calculates the
sheave and belt sizes, selects the stock sizes that come closest to
meeting your specifications, and adjusts the center distance accordingly
before inserting the models directly into your assembly. If you change
anything, then everything updates.

Run out of nuts and bolts? Then welding your components together may MA340-1V          Virtual Class
be the answer. You create an Autodesk Inventor weldment to design and
document an assembly that does not contain traditional fasteners.
Emulating the real welding process, you can add and document pre-weld
operations to prepare the components for welding, and post-weld
machining operations for finishing and clean-up. Preparation and
machining processes do not affect the original components. Creating a
weldment enables you to analyze welded assemblies as a single unit, and
includes calculations to determine the added mass of welding rod, welding
time, and material costs.
Run out of nuts and bolts? Then welding your components together may MA318-1V          Virtual Class
be the answer. You create an Autodesk Inventor weldment to design and
document an assembly that does not contain traditional fasteners.
Emulating the real welding process, you can add and document pre-weld
operations to prepare the components for welding, and post-weld
machining operations for finishing and clean-up. Preparation and
machining processes do not affect the original components. Creating a
weldment enables you to analyze welded assemblies as a single unit, and
includes calculations to determine the added mass of welding rod, welding
time, and material costs.
This class will demonstrate why the standard quasi-isotropic approach to MA234-4P      Lecture
structural analysis of fiber-reinforced injection moldings is both inefficient
and inadequate. Utilizing Autodesk® Moldflow® Insight, the class will
show how the fiber orientation develops in injection molding parts, enabling
a better understanding of how to design structural parts. The strong
influence of gate location and part geometry will also be highlighted. Most
importantly, the class will demonstrate how an integrated simulation of the
structural analysis and molding simulation is necessary to design a
successful structural part. An example of a structural part similar to an
actual occurrence will graphically demonstrate the importance of
considering fiber orientation and orthotropic properties that result from the
manner in which the part is designed and molded.

This class focuses on sustainable design techniques that help engineers   MA333-1      Lecture
meet energy efficiency, waste reduction, and durability goals. This class
will highlight the Autodesk common-sense approach to sustainable design
by featuring workflows in Autodesk® Inventor®, Autodesk Inventor
Publisher, and Autodesk Algor®. We will share real customer examples of
how Autodesk tools helped drive sustainable design and cost savings.
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                         Class Description                                         ID          Type
Autodesk Inventor has the functionality to create multiple solids inside of     MA327-1    Lecture
the part modeling environment. This technology enhances productivity by
designing assemblies inside the context of a part file, enabling control of
design tracking and modeling parameters in one location. Assemblies
based on a robust part file can be created very quickly in this manner and
you can also control updates to the assembly at the same time. This
modeling approach reduces repetitive time in canvas on redundant tasks
and aids the designer in creating geometry that matches up in size,
shape, and continuity. This class is for any Autodesk Inventor user
wanting to know more about how multi-body parts can increase modeling
productivity and efficiency.
Autodesk Inventor has the functionality to create multiple solids inside of     MA336-2V   Virtual Class
the part modeling environment. This technology enhances productivity by
designing assemblies inside the context of a part file, enabling control of
design tracking and modeling parameters in one location. Assemblies
based on a robust part file can be created very quickly in this manner and
you can also control updates to the assembly at the same time. This
modeling approach reduces repetitive time in canvas on redundant tasks
and aids the designer in creating geometry that matches up in size,
shape, and continuity. This class is for any Autodesk Inventor user
wanting to know more about how multi-body parts can increase modeling
productivity and efficiency.
Autodesk Inventor has the functionality to create multiple solids inside of     MA318-2V   Virtual Class
the part modeling environment. This technology enhances productivity by
designing assemblies inside the context of a part file, enabling control of
design tracking and modeling parameters in one location. Assemblies
based on a robust part file can be created very quickly in this manner and
you can also control updates to the assembly at the same time. This
modeling approach reduces repetitive time in canvas on redundant tasks
and aids the designer in creating geometry that matches up in size,
shape, and continuity. This class is for any Autodesk Inventor user
wanting to know more about how multi-body parts can increase modeling
productivity and efficiency.
Got an Autodesk Inventor problem you are struggling with? Pop into the          MA333-4U   Unconference
Autodesk Inventor ER and let us take a look at it—we will fix you up and
get you back on your way to productivity. Building on a past AU theme
"Experts Like You," we have found that there is a tremendous amount of
talent assembled in these classes. Put this to work for you and let the
group share their expertise and help you get the answers you need. This
is one of the most productive and useful classes on campus because it
addresses your specific needs. You never know when you might have the
tip, trick, or idea that will help a colleague in need. You should be warned,
this is a lot of fun and the knowledge shared is contagious. The rules are
simple, bring your tips, tricks, or challenges. Have some fun, learn
something new, and share something you know.

In this class, we take a close look at various workflows that leverage     MA231-2         Lecture
Autodesk Algor Simulation used in combination with Autodesk design tools
and how these workflows give Autodesk users a broad-spectrum digital
prototyping solution. Autodesk Algor Simulation enables users to analyze
1D line, 2D, and 3D element models. This session is all about choosing
the right tool for the job, hence the title. We take a look at using
AutoCAD® for modeling 1D line and 2D geometries, Autodesk Inventor®
Fusion for complex 3D geometries, and Autodesk Algor Simulation for
building detailed analyzes of these various types of input. We will also
take a look at optimizing model configurations for specific analysis types
and desired output. Using the correct modeling approach for your analysis
needs can help you save time and get more accurate results.

The current cooling analysis capability in Autodesk® Moldflow® allows for MA322-2P         Lecture
the calculation of a steady state temperature distribution for the tool steel.
In cavities with thin, unwatered core pins, steel temperatures can fluctuate
radically during the cycle. This case study will show how transient cooling
could assist the engineer in understanding part quality issues.
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                        Class Description                                       ID           Type
Automatically constructing parts and assemblies based on their description MA316-5       Lecture
is the holy grail of CAD for many. In this class, we will look at some of the
options for doing just that. We will also look at some of the realities and
pitfalls you need to be aware of when designing a configuration system.
Topics to be discussed include what to consider when creating libraries,
using Autodesk Intent™ and iLogic™, building assemblies, creating the
front-end user-interface, web-based options, creating drawings, choosing
output formats, and more. Automating creation of parts and assemblies
can be for internal use to help automate the design process or for external
uses, such as sales tools to allow customers to visualize and use your
products during their design phase.

Take a hands-on test drive of AutoCAD Electrical 2011 and get a feel for    MA231-1L     Hands-On Lab
the powerful core features that make AutoCAD Electrical 2011 one of the
most popular electrical design packages on the market today. This class
will appeal to anyone interested in learning the basics of using AutoCAD
Electrical. We'll also cover new features such as the Catalog Lookup
Interface, Location boxes, Item Numbering, and so on. You should have a
basic understanding of AutoCAD.
Thinking about moving to 3D? Learn to use Autodesk Inventor Fusion to       MA416-4      Lecture
create new designs. This class will explore the basics of drawing and 3D
modeling. We will also provide additional tips on creating great
visualizations and on using AutoCAD® to create documentation, will arm
you with a full 3D/2D skill set.
Thinking about moving to 3D? Learn to use Autodesk Inventor Fusion to       MA328-1V     Virtual Class
create new designs. This class will explore the basics of drawing and 3D
modeling. We will also provide additional tips on creating great
visualizations and on using AutoCAD® to create documentation, will arm
you with a full 3D/2D skill set.
Thinking about moving to 3D? Learn to use Autodesk Inventor Fusion to       MA342-1V     Virtual Class
create new designs. This class will explore the basics of drawing and 3D
modeling. We will also provide additional tips on creating great
visualizations and on using AutoCAD® to create documentation, will arm
you with a full 3D/2D skill set.
This lecture class outlines the process and results of a study evaluating   MA223-3P     Lecture
the effects of meshing techniques, process data, and material data on the
accuracy of Autodesk Moldflow simulation software. Results were
generated using both a theoretical model–a simplified connector housing
and actual production parts. Best demonstrated practices for analyzing
connector-type parts will be shown. This is a follow-up to a presentation
made at iMUG in Detroit in 2008.

Visualization is used in many aspects of a design. The stage of the           MA319-1    Lecture
development process you are in dictates which software or technology you
will use to present your design. In this class, we will look at the tools for
visualization in Autodesk Inventor, Autodesk Showcase, and Autodesk 3ds
Max. We will explore these tools individually, as well as discuss how they
complement each other at the different stages of your product.

Visualization is used in many aspects of a design. The stage of the           MA344-1V   Virtual Class
development process you are in dictates which software or technology you
will use to present your design. In this class, we will look at the tools for
visualization in Autodesk Inventor, Autodesk Showcase, and Autodesk
3ds Max. We will explore these tools individually, as well as discuss how
they complement each other at the different stages of your product.

Visualization is used in many aspects of a design. The stage of the           MA334-1V   Virtual Class
development process you are in dictates which software or technology you
will use to present your design. In this class, we will look at the tools for
visualization in Autodesk Inventor, Autodesk Showcase, and Autodesk
3ds Max. We will explore these tools individually, as well as discuss how
they complement each other at the different stages of your product.
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                         Class Description                                     ID            Type
Share your experience with managing AutoCAD® Inventor Suite                  MA231-1U     Unconference
deployments and optimizing Autodesk Inventor performance to increase
the productivity of your user community. The Autodesk Inventor team
would like to invite you to participate in a Focus Group to discuss future
product designs and collaborate with Autodesk product designers to
prioritize features that are important to you! Your input will influence the
design and development of future releases.
The Learning Experience team invites you to explore new learning             MA322-1U     Unconference
paradigms on video learning and Wiki use. This is a great opportunity to
influence the learning experience and collaborate with Autodesk staff! All
levels of experience and expertise are invited. We will give you a sneak
preview of working prototypes, and engage you in a discussion of our
current and future direction. In past focus groups, you have asked us for
more videos and the ability to customize Autodesk help. Now we are doing
it! Have we hit the mark? Come and let us know.
The Learning Experience team invites you to explore new learning             MA220-1U     Unconference
paradigms on video learning and Wiki use. This is a great opportunity to
influence the learning experience and collaborate with Autodesk staff! All
levels of experience and expertise are invited. We will give you a sneak
preview of working prototypes, and engage you in a discussion of our
current and future direction. In past focus groups, you have asked us for
more videos and the ability to customize Autodesk help. Now we are
doing it! Have we hit the mark? Come and let us know.

Have you ever wanted to shape the future of the Autodesk® Inventor®-        MA327-1U      Unconference
based products you use? The Inventor team invites you to participate in
a Focus Group to discuss future product designs and collaborate with
Autodesk designers to prioritize features that are important to you! Your
input will influence the development of future releases. We are looking
for people who manufacture building products (windows, doors, lighting,
HVAC, furniture, elevator, and carriers) and are interested in winning new
business by providing BIM-ready models to their customers. If you use
Autodesk Inventor or Autodesk Revit®, and are currently creating or
interested in providing BIM-ready models for your customers, we would
love your feedback on our future designs. All levels of expertise are
invited.
Have you ever wanted to shape the future of the Autodesk® Inventor®         MA430-1U      Unconference
based products you use? The Autodesk Inventor team invites you to
participate in a Focus Group to discuss future product designs and
collaborate with Autodesk designers to prioritize features that are
important to you! Your input will influence the development of future
releases. We are looking for people who manufacture building products
(windows, doors, lighting, HVAC, furniture, elevator, and carriers) and are
interested in winning new business by providing BIM-ready models to their
customers. If you use Autodesk Inventor or Autodesk Revit® and are
currently creating or interested in providing BIM-ready models for your
customers, we would love your feedback on our future designs. All levels
of expertise are invited.
This is an opportunity to contribute to the future of Autodesk Inventor     MA319-2U      Unconference
Publisher. In a one-on-one Usability Study, you test out features of
Autodesk Inventor Publisher and give feedback on the design and
usability.

This is an opportunity to contribute to the future of Autodesk Inventor    MA327-2U       Unconference
Publisher. In a one-on-one Usability Study, you test out features of
Autodesk Inventor Publisher and give feedback on the design and
usability.

This is an opportunity to contribute to the future of Autodesk Inventor    MA333-2U       Unconference
Publisher. In a one-on-one Usability Study, you test out features of
Autodesk Inventor Publisher and give feedback on the design and
usability.
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                         Class Description                                       ID           Type
This is an opportunity to contribute to the future of Autodesk Inventor      MA330-3U      Unconference
Publisher. In a one-on-one Usability Study, you test out features of
Autodesk Inventor Publisher and give feedback on the design and
usability.

This is an opportunity to contribute to the future of Autodesk Inventor      MA316-2U      Unconference
Publisher. In a one-on-one Usability Study, you test out features of
Autodesk Inventor Publisher and give feedback on the design and
usability.

Have you ever wanted to shape the future of plastic part design within        MA223-2U     Unconference
Autodesk Inventor? The Consumer Products team would like to invite
you to participate in a one-on-one Usability Study to review new concepts,
gather your feedback on prototype software designs, and collaborate with
Autodesk product designers! Your input will influence the design and
development of future releases. We are looking for people who use
Autodesk Inventor to create manufacturable plastic consumer products.
If you design plastic parts in Autodesk Inventor, often use industrial design
data as a starting point for your designs, or have the ultimate goal of
producing a manufacturable design, we would love your feedback on our
future designs. All levels of expertise are invited.

Have you ever wanted to shape the future of plastic part design within        MA422-1U     Unconference
Autodesk Inventor? The Consumer Products team would like to invite
you to participate in a one-on-one Usability Study to review new concepts,
gather your feedback on prototype software designs, and collaborate with
Autodesk product designers! Your input will influence the design and
development of future releases. We are looking for people who use
Autodesk Inventor to create manufacturable plastic consumer products.
If you design plastic parts in Autodesk Inventor, often use industrial design
data as a starting point for your designs, or have the ultimate goal of
producing a manufacturable design, we would love your feedback on our
future designs. All levels of expertise are invited.

Have you ever wanted to shape the future of plastic part design within        MA330-2U     Unconference
Autodesk Inventor? The Consumer Products team would like to invite
you to participate in a one-on-one Usability Study to review new concepts,
gather your feedback on prototype software designs, and collaborate with
Autodesk product designers! Your input will influence the design and
development of future releases. We are looking for people who use
Autodesk Inventor to create manufacturable plastic consumer products.
If you design plastic parts in Autodesk Inventor, often use industrial design
data as a starting point for your designs, or have the ultimate goal of
producing a manufacturable design, we would love your feedback on our
future designs. All levels of expertise are invited.

Have you ever wanted to shape the future of plastic part design within        MA234-2U     Unconference
Autodesk Inventor? The Consumer Products team would like to invite
you to participate in a one-on-one Usability Study to review new concepts,
gather your feedback on prototype software designs, and collaborate with
Autodesk product designers! Your input will influence the design and
development of future releases. We are looking for people who use
Autodesk Inventor to create manufacturable plastic consumer products.
If you design plastic parts in Autodesk Inventor, often use industrial design
data as a starting point for your designs, or have the ultimate goal of
producing a manufacturable design, we would love your feedback on our
future designs. All levels of expertise are invited.

Have you ever wanted to document Autodesk Inventor models in                    MA419-1U   Unconference
AutoCAD? The Autodesk Inventor team would like to invite you to
participate in a focus group to collaborate with Autodesk product designers
to prioritize features that are important to you. Your input will influence the
design and development of future releases. We are looking for people
interested in using AutoCAD to document Autodesk Inventor designs.
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                        Class Description                                        ID           Type
Have you ever wanted to document Autodesk Inventor models in                    MA333-1U   Unconference
AutoCAD? The Autodesk Inventor team would like to invite you to
participate in a focus group to collaborate with Autodesk product designers
to prioritize features that are important to you. Your input will influence the
design and development of future releases. We are looking for people
interested in using AutoCAD to document Autodesk Inventor designs.

Have you ever wanted to shape the future of the Autodesk® products you MA223-1U            Unconference
use to create factory layouts and perform manufacturing-focused tasks?
The Autodesk Factory Design Suite team would like to invite you to
participate in a Focus Group to discuss future product designs and
collaborate with Autodesk product designers to prioritize features that are
important to you! Your input will influence the design and development of
future releases. We are looking for people who actively create plant
layouts, plan future production layouts, and do production planning. If
you or members of your team use AutoCAD®, AutoCAD Architecture, and
third-party add-ons to create factory layouts, create installation drawings
for manufacturing equipment, or digitally manage a factory layout, we
would love your feedback on our future designs. All levels of expertise are
invited.
Have you ever wanted to shape the future of the Autodesk® products you MA433-1U            Unconference
use to create factory layouts and perform manufacturing-focused tasks?
The Autodesk Factory Design Suite team would like to invite you to
participate in a Focus Group to discuss future product designs and
collaborate with Autodesk product designers to prioritize features that are
important to you! Your input will influence the design and development of
future releases. We are looking for people who actively create plant
layouts, plan future production layouts, and do production planning. If
you or members of your team use AutoCAD®, AutoCAD Architecture, and
third-party add-ons to create factory layouts, create installation drawings
for manufacturing equipment, or digitally manage a factory layout, we
would love your feedback on our future designs. All levels of expertise are
invited.
Have you ever wanted to shape the future of the Autodesk® Inventor®          MA416-1U      Unconference
products you use? The Autodesk Inventor team invites you to participate
in a Focus Group to discuss future product designs and to collaborate with
Autodesk product designers to prioritize features that are important to you!
Your input will influence the design and development of future releases.

We value your experience and knowledge, and we want to give you the          MA231-2U      Unconference
opportunity to share it with us to help make the best products for you.
This is the chance for you to participate in a one-on-one Usability Study of
Autodesk Manufacturing's new Stress Analysis application which uses
Web and cloud computing technology to deliver advanced computing
power coupled with an easy-to-learn and easy-to-use interface. Whether
you are a seasoned Autodesk® Algor® Simulation user, a beginning user,
or you’ve never used simulation software before, you are a perfect
candidate for this study. Some knowledge of Autodesk Inventor®
Professional Stress Analysis is helpful but not necessary. We will provide
the computer, the software, and some workflows to test out. You provide
your valuable time and feedback.
We value your experience and knowledge, and we want to give you the          MA322-2U      Unconference
opportunity to share it with us to help make the best products for you.
This is the chance for you to participate in a one-on-one Usability Study of
Autodesk Manufacturing's new Stress Analysis application which uses
Web and cloud computing technology to deliver advanced computing
power coupled with an easy-to-learn and easy-to-use interface. Whether
you are a seasoned Autodesk® Algor® Simulation user, a beginning user,
or you’ve never used simulation software before, you are a perfect
candidate for this study. Some knowledge of Autodesk Inventor®
Professional Stress Analysis is helpful but not necessary. We will provide
the computer, the software, and some workflows to test out. You provide
your valuable time and feedback.
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                       Class Description                                       ID          Type
We value your experience and knowledge, and we want to give you the          MA220-2U   Unconference
opportunity to share it with us to help make the best products for you.
This is the chance for you to participate in a one-on-one Usability Study of
Autodesk Manufacturing's new Stress Analysis application which uses
Web and cloud computing technology to deliver advanced computing
power coupled with an easy-to-learn and easy-to-use interface. Whether
you are a seasoned Autodesk® Algor® Simulation user, a beginning user,
or you’ve never used simulation software before, you are a perfect
candidate for this study. Some knowledge of Autodesk Inventor®
Professional Stress Analysis is helpful but not necessary. We will provide
the computer, the software, and some workflows to test out. You provide
your valuable time and feedback.
We value your experience and knowledge, and we want to give you the          MA319-1U   Unconference
opportunity to share it with us to help make the best products for you.
This is the chance for you to participate in a one-on-one Usability Study of
Autodesk Manufacturing's new Stress Analysis application which uses
Web and cloud computing technology to deliver advanced computing
power coupled with an easy-to-learn and easy-to-use interface. Whether
you are a seasoned Autodesk® Algor® Simulation user, a beginning user,
or you’ve never used simulation software before, you are a perfect
candidate for this study. Some knowledge of Autodesk Inventor®
Professional Stress Analysis is helpful but not necessary. We will provide
the computer, the software, and some workflows to test out. You provide
your valuable time and feedback.
We value your experience and knowledge and we want to give you the           MA422-2U   Unconference
opportunity to share it with us to help make the best products for you.
So, we are inviting you to an informal discussion about MFG’s new Stress
Analysis application which uses Web and cloud computing technology to
deliver advanced computing power coupled with an easy-to-learn and easy-
to use-interface. We will give demonstrations of the product and follow up
by asking several questions of you as potential users of this and other
web-based applications.
We value your experience and knowledge, and we want to give you the          MA416-2U   Unconference
opportunity to share it with us to help make the best products for you. Get
a sneak preview and participate in a one-on-one Usability Study of
Autodesk Algor Simulation. With a completely upgraded user interface
and CAD interoperability features, Autodesk Algor Simulation offers a lot to
get excited about. We are going to let you get your hands on a pre-release
version so you can tell us what you think. Previous experience with
Autodesk Algor and/or Autodesk Inventor® Stress Analysis is requested.
Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) with Autodesk is required.

We value your experience and knowledge, and we want to give you the         MA427-2U    Unconference
opportunity to share it with us to help make the best products for you. Get
a sneak preview and participate in a one-on-one Usability Study of
Autodesk Algor Simulation. With a completely upgraded user interface
and CAD interoperability features, Autodesk Algor Simulation offers a lot
to get excited about. We are going to let you get your hands on a pre-
release version so you can tell us what you think. Previous experience
with Autodesk Algor and/or Autodesk Inventor® Stress Analysis is
requested. Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) with Autodesk is required.

We value your experience and knowledge, and we want to give you the         MA430-2U    Unconference
opportunity to share it with us to help make the best products for you. Get
a sneak preview and participate in a one-on-one Usability Study of
Autodesk Algor Simulation. With a completely upgraded user interface
and CAD interoperability features, Autodesk Algor Simulation offers a lot
to get excited about. We are going to let you get your hands on a pre-
release version so you can tell us what you think. Previous experience
with Autodesk Algor and/or Autodesk Inventor® Stress Analysis is
requested. Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) with Autodesk is required.
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                        Class Description                                      ID          Type
We value your experience and knowledge, and we want to give you the         MA433-2U    Unconference
opportunity to share it with us to help make the best products for you. Get
a sneak preview and participate in a one-on-one Usability Study of
Autodesk Algor Simulation. With a completely upgraded user interface
and CAD interoperability features, Autodesk Algor Simulation offers a lot
to get excited about. We are going to let you get your hands on a pre-
release version so you can tell us what you think. Previous experience
with Autodesk Algor and/or Autodesk Inventor® Stress Analysis is
requested. Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) with Autodesk is required.

We value your experience and knowledge, and we want to give you the         MA419-2U    Unconference
opportunity to share it with us to help make the best products for you. Get
a sneak preview and participate in a one-on-one Usability Study of
Autodesk Algor Simulation. With a completely upgraded user interface
and CAD interoperability features, Autodesk Algor Simulation offers a lot
to get excited about. We are going to let you get your hands on a pre-
release version so you can tell us what you think. Previous experience
with Autodesk Algor and/or Autodesk Inventor® Stress Analysis is
requested. Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) with Autodesk is required.

Learn how to create and manage Autodesk® Inventor feature, part, and         MA327-4P   Lecture
assembly configurations using the three "i" tools. The class provides in-
depth instructions for creating and using table-driven features and
components. You will learn how to increase your productivity by applying
configuration tools to reuse features, parts, and assemblies in new
designs.
The AutoCAD .NET API provides the ability to customize your AutoCAD          ME319-2    Lecture
MEP workflows—from automating drawing setup and configuration, to
extracting model data for quantification, analysis, or other tasks. This
class will present some methods by which you can create, edit, and extract
AutoCAD MEP object data using the API to automate frequently executed
tasks. Prior to AU, feedback from those who sign up will be solicited about
which types of automation they would like to see.
This class will cover the basic concept of the work between parameters       ME422-2    Lecture
and schedules and move into demonstrating electrical calculation, which
automatically calculates the overcurrent protection devices, motor starters,
local disconnecting means, and connected loads and feeder sizes by using
formulas. Also, it will cover how to work and coordinate between electrical
connection and mechanical equipment in Revit models and schedules.

Do you have a burning question about AutoCAD MEP? Modeled on last            ME333-2    Panel
year's very successful "Ask the Experts" panel discussion for AutoCAD
MEP, Paul, Gregg, Martin, and Darryl are at it again! This year, they would
like to delve even deeper into the software. All new questions, and no topic
is off-limits. Class begins when you sign up. They will email you before AU
to ask for your questions. Then they will answer those questions and more.
If you have a question, who better to ask than the guys who wrote the
book? Join the authors for this informative Q&A class. The panel will
include veteran author Paul F. Aubin, and industry experts and co-authors
Darryl A. McClelland, Martin Schmid, and Gregg Stanley. Together they
have nearly 80 years of building industry, architectural, and engineering
experience. If these guys don't know the answer to your AutoCAD MEP
question, who will? (Last year they were also joined by the product
manager for AutoCAD MEP, so who knows what bonus guest will show up
this year?
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                        Class Description                                         ID         Type
Do you have a burning question about AutoCAD Revit MEP? Modeled on ME234-2                Panel
last year's very successful "Ask the Experts" panel discussion for
AutoCAD® MEP, Paul, Gregg, Martin and Darryl are at it again! They want
you to get the most from your AutoCAD Revit MEP software learning
experience. No topic is off limits. Class begins when you sign up. They will
email you before class to ask for your questions. They will come to class
with answers to all your emailed questions and be ready to take more
questions as well. So if you want to participate in your own live Q&A class
with the guys who wrote the book, join the authors for this informative Q&A
session. The panel will include veteran author Paul F. Aubin, and industry
experts and co-authors Darryl A. McClelland, Martin Schmid, and Gregg
Stanley. Together they have nearly 80 years of building industry,
architectural, and engineering experience. If these guys don't know the
answer to your AutoCAD Revit MEP question, who will?

Whether you are an experienced AutoCAD MEP user or you recently              ME228-2      Lecture
learned to use AutoCAD MEP, when the time comes to create parts in
your engineering designs, the workflow for creating parts can feel very
daunting. AutoCAD MEP has a very powerful content creation tool called
Content Builder, and understanding how to use it systematically can help
you streamline the creation workflow to create flexible parts very quickly.
This lecture class will describe the steps for planning out a basic 3D model
to a final and functional part, covering concepts such as workplanes,
dimensions, and paths in AutoCAD MEP 2011. Join us to learn how easy it
can be to use Content Builder tools that you already have at your
fingertips!
AutoCAD MEP is a powerful engineering/design tool that can amplify your ME231-1           Lecture
potential and productivity. We will discover how to unlock this ability by
reviewing and then maximizing the basics of piping and plumbing in
AutoCAD MEP. The class will cover the steps to easily interface AutoCAD
MEP with Revit® to produce plans, sections, and elevations, as well as
interfacing with AutoCAD Civil 3D® and other software packages. We will
also be reviewing the steps to set up a AutoCAD MEP project for 4D,
construction coordination, O&M manuals, and more at the preliminary
stage of design to make your AutoCAD MEP project the driving force that
meets construction challenges and deadlines.

How to better manage, from a CAD management or user view, the daily            ME322-1L   Hands-On Lab
concerns and problems encountered in the coordination of a construction
project using AutoCAD, Revit, and Navisworks with other trades and
disciplines.
The best way to test the effectiveness of a new tool is to use it. Emma        ME234-1P   Lecture
Stewart and team will present in-house experience at Autodesk on its own
buildings, validating a set of new Rapid Energy Modeling, a streamlined
process of moving rapidly, and with only minimal data, from image capture
of existing building conditions through simplified simulation to building
energy analysis.
This presentation will take the class through a case study involving early     ME220-1    Lecture
decision-making in a large hospital project. The presentation will explain
and demonstrate the process of using Autodesk Ecotect early in the
project's Schematic Design (SD) phase to make energy-saving decisions
and to lay the foundation for the direction of the building plans. The
presentation will also cover using Autodesk Ecotect for early analysis of
daylighting design and heating and cooling loads to provide building design
and space planning information.
Members of the design and construction teams will join together to tell the    ME427-3    Lecture
story of how a 3D model is being used in the construction of a two billion
dollar water treatment plant, and what the possibilities are for the future.
Among the real human stories of overcoming challenges, here are some of
the topics that will be discussed: how and why the 3D model was built, how
it was first used, how the 3d model was brought into a 4D environment,
how technology increased communication and coordination, and what
possibilities are in store for the 3D model.
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                         Class Description                                         ID          Type
This class is designed for the BIM managers and Revit leaders that are          ME322-2    Lecture
responsible for setting up the company Revit MEP template. During this
class you are going to learn the best practices for creating and managing a
Revit MEP template. Some of the things that we are going to explore are:
naming conventions and managing views, pipe and duct types, filters, view
templates and many other little tips that can take your Revit MEP template
to the next level.
Taking a Revit MEP design to a level that pre-fabrication requires used to      ME319-1    Lecture
be a pipe dream. In this class, we aim to show how Arup creates an HVAC
design in Revit MEP, sends it directly to ductwork fabricators, Hotchkiss,
who then use East Coast CAD tools to produce fabrication standard
designs and send them out directly to a plasma table. Taking a Revit MEP
design through to a prefabrication standard—all in one class, by the
experts.
This class is designed for people who are comfortable with content              ME330-1    Lecture
creation/content builder in AutoCAD MEP. We will take a fast-paced walk
through Content Builder for both parametric- and block-based content and
highlight the common problems encountered, as well as the best practices
that should be used during content creation. For block-based content, we
will cover how to edit existing view representations and how to add new
sizes to existing parts. For parametric parts, we will build a new parametric
fitting, and show how to quickly create new equipment parametrically
based on best practices.
Have you wondered about the what, how, and why of the various                   ME330-3    Lecture
calculations that Autodesk Revit MEP is capable of doing? This class will
dig into the various types of calculations (duct-sizing, pipe-sizing, heating
and cooling loads, voltage-drop, etc.) to help you understand how to
employ the methods into your workflows
This class will help you understand how the new electrical functionality in     ME208-1V   Virtual Class
Autodesk Revit MEP may be implemented and adapted to company
design and engineering standards. The focus will be on helping you
establish standards for electrical devices, load categories, demand
factors, and panel schedule templates to report the necessary panel,
circuit, and electrical load summary information. Additionally, we will
investigate wireway tools and schedules, including conduit and cable tray,
to learn how to estimate feeder lengths.
This class will help you understand how the new electrical functionality in     ME228-4V   Virtual Class
Autodesk Revit MEP may be implemented and adapted to company
design and engineering standards. The focus will be on helping you
establish standards for electrical devices, load categories, demand
factors, and panel schedule templates to report the necessary panel,
circuit, and electrical load summary information. Additionally, we will
investigate wireway tools and schedules, including conduit and cable tray,
to learn how to estimate feeder lengths.
This lab is designed to go through custom creation of mechanical and            ME220-3L   Hands-On Lab
piping families from scratch. Content for Revit® MEP is the key for
creating quick flexible designs to lower the cost of modeling and to add
value to your business. We will go through how to build fittings from
scratch for HVAC, storm and sanitary, and supply and fire. This lab will go
through how to develop flexible geometry for sloping systems, accurate
analytical systems, as well as a breakdown of category options and
connection options. We will look at developing accessories to suit designs,
and finally we will look at developing systems equipment that will complete
your designs and make it easier to not only create models with fewer
errors and issues, but enable flexible changes within the systems. As well
as developing enhanced content, we will look at creating correct types to
suit design situations, making sure the content is accurate both
symbolically and as a model.
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                        Class Description                                        ID           Type
Having trouble getting your Autodesk Revit MEP families to connect to         ME433-3     Lecture
systems in your project? Having trouble getting the lookup tables you are
using to read in your project? This class will cover both major topics by
using real world examples to demystify the issues we have all
experienced. In this class, we will cover all connectors in the Revit 2011
family editor, and cover in-depth the advanced settings for each. Each
family will be tested in a project environment to prove its quality, and
represent how the once difficult connector is actually quite easy. You just
need the secret decoder ring to get connected.
Having trouble getting your Autodesk Revit MEP families to connect to         ME212-1V    Virtual Class
systems in your project? Having trouble getting the lookup tables you are
using to read in your project? This class will cover both major topics by
using real-world examples to demystify the issues we have all
experienced. In this class, we will cover all connectors in the Revit 2011
family editor, and cover in-depth the advanced settings for each. Each
family will be tested in a project environment to prove its quality, and
represent how the once difficult connector is actually quite easy. You just
need the secret decoder ring to get connected.
Having trouble getting your Autodesk Revit MEP families to connect to         ME236-1V    Virtual Class
systems in your project? Having trouble getting the lookup tables you are
using to read in your project? This class will cover both major topics by
using real-world examples to demystify the issues we have all
experienced. In this class, we will cover all connectors in the Revit 2011
family editor, and cover in-depth the advanced settings for each. Each
family will be tested in a project environment to prove its quality, and
represent how the once difficult connector is actually quite easy. You just
need the secret decoder ring to get connected.
In this class you will learn the secret behind adding your own Part Wizard    ME430-2     Lecture
templates to the Parametric Part Wizard, learn best practices on creating
your templates, and learn how to create your own catalogs from scratch.

Building Information Modeling (BIM) has demonstrated the value of              ME224-1C   Product Clinic
integrating analysis of individual building systems with the tools used in the
design process. The fire sprinkler system requires rigorous analysis to
ensure its proper application as a critical life-safety component of the
building. The class outlines the underlying mathematical equations and
basic engineering assumptions prescribed by standards for fire sprinkler
system analysis and design. The class presents the formulas used to
account for the pressures required to overcome discharge from a particular
sprinkler orifice, friction loss through the pipe and fittings, and vertical
elevation.
This class outlines lessons learned from several projects that we have         ME228-1    Lecture
undertaken with a full design team (including architectural, structural and
MEP disciplines) operating in-house using the Revit® platform. We will
describe the pros and cons of tackling projects using a single-model-based
worksharing approach and talk about coping with the demands of
operating with a geographically spread design team. The class will
examine what worked and what did not and present ideas on how you can
optimize your projects and teams for success.
Talking about BIM, 3D modeling, and coordination is one thing—getting it ME427-1          Lecture
to work in the real world is a completely different issue. In this class, we
discuss what worked what did not when using Autodesk® Revit® MEP,
Autodesk Navisworks® and other applications to design, build and
coordinate a 268,000-square foot medical facility. You will take away from
this class a project checklist and set of guidelines to help the entire team
make sure their projects stay on track and under budget. If you have
anything to do with BIM-based construction projects, you need to attend
this course!
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                         Class Description                                        ID         Type
One of the benefits of using BIM is better communication and collaboration ME228-3P       Lecture
between extended design teams. This class will teach architects and
engineers how to work together, using BIM, to easily create an Autodesk®
Revit® MEP model that can be optimized for energy analysis. We will
present some examples of dos and don'ts for energy modeling and will
outline how to detect problems early on in the process. Attendees will
learn best practices, workflows and tips for creating models suitable for
day lighting analysis with Autodesk Revit AutoCAD® ME. We will also
cover solar shading studies, computational fluid dynamics (CFD) modeling,
and DOE-2 analysis. In the second portion of the class, we will
demonstrate how to create a preliminary energy model with Autodesk
Green Building Studio® and eQUEST® and then discuss the results and
limitations.
The Revit product line continues to add more functionality to the model       ME419-1L    Hands-On Lab
that helps the user design a more efficient and sustainable building. In this
class, we'll begin by looking at the fundamentals of space and zone tools.
Next, learn how to use the new Model Review tool to verify the construction
of the model. Once we've checked the model, the next step is to perform a
heating and cooling load calculation on the model. When this has been
completed, we'll compare external analysis applications to learn what
works best with our model, and how to get our data out to these
applications. Taking this class should help you get to front of the line with
your clients—and offer more services than ever before!

In today's BIM environment, design engineers are creating 3D models to         ME223-3    Lecture
facilitate better engineered buildings. The core AutoCAD® MEP products
offer the best of capabilities to support this process. This class describes
how to take engineering drawings through to fabrication and construction
with a focus on interoperability, maintaining data, information reuse, and
maximizing the use of a single model. Attendees will be shown a
pragmatic workflow for taking an engineered design or model from
AutoCAD MEP (Autodesk® Revit® MEP or AutoCAD MEP) and applying
construction specifications and standards in order to accurately and
efficiently prepare the model for estimating, fabrication, construction, as-
builts, and facilities management detail.

As Building Information Modeling (BIM) begins to saturate the AEC             ME327-2     Lecture
market, the process of communication between these entities will require
change. The power of a fully collaborative model allows information to be
exchanged much sooner in the design/build process. The key to
capitalizing on this benefit is knowing how and when to exchange
information. This class will incorporate best practices in preparing the
AutoCAD® Revit® model to be shared, using tools correctly when linking
AutoCAD Revit models, as well as tips and tricks to help decrease the file
size to help increase productivity.
Every day, buildings use substantial amounts of energy, water, and raw        ME231-2P    Lecture
materials, creating a sizeable environmental footprint. The government
mandates are clear: buildings must become more energy-efficient and
environmentally friendly. Building Information Modeling (BIM) provides the
basis for practical, repeatable, and scalable analysis of building
performance. Image-based reality capture technologies now allow creating
a basic building model suitable for performing energy analysis when
access to existing condition documentation is not available. Learn how
Glumac has been successfully using the Autodesk® Image Capturing
Solutions, a result from years of research effort in computer vision, in real
cases. The process begins by capturing digital photographs of the existing
building; next, the photographs are converted into 3D data using the Image
Capturing tools. The resultant geometry is transferred to Autodesk design
programs.

AutoCAD® MEP design and documentation with Revit has many                      ME223-1U   Unconference
challenges. Please join us to discuss how various firms and individuals
overcome these challenges. All attendees will both learn and teach as we
talk together in this Unconference.
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                         Class Description                                          ID           Type
UK BIM Leaders from the firm Scott Wilson will show how they use multi- ME330-2              Lecture
platform techniques to produce accurate BIM models. Using the best
available tools for each job, the team brings all the disparate models
together to form a cohesive and compelling story. This class is a must for
any firm involved in BIM, as it gives a no-holds-barred, real-world workflow
demonstration as to how BIM really is achievable.
Let's face it, electrical content for Revit is not the sexiest discipline when it ME327-1    Lecture
comes to 3D models. Usually boxes and other blobby models are enough
for the electrical engineer. Revit doesn't deal with annotation symbols quite
as seamlessly as one might hope. And yet there are tricks that you can
use to do some amazing things with symbols that you just can't do in
AutoCAD. However, there are also some "gotchas" with content of which
you need to be aware. This class will discuss tricks that you might find
useful for your own content.

Let's face it, electrical content for Revit is not the sexiest discipline when it ME238-1V   Virtual Class
comes to 3D models. Usually boxes and other blobby models are enough
for the electrical engineer. Revit doesn't deal with annotation symbols
quite as seamlessly as one might hope. And yet there are tricks that you
can use to do some amazing things with symbols that you just can't do in
AutoCAD. However, there are also some "gotchas" with content of which
you need to be aware. This class will discuss tricks that you might find
useful for your own content.

Let's face it, electrical content for Revit is not the sexiest discipline when it ME230-1V   Virtual Class
comes to 3D models. Usually boxes and other blobby models are enough
for the electrical engineer. Revit doesn't deal with annotation symbols
quite as seamlessly as one might hope. And yet there are tricks that you
can use to do some amazing things with symbols that you just can't do in
AutoCAD. However, there are also some "gotchas" with content of which
you need to be aware. This class will discuss tricks that you might find
useful for your own content.

Updated for 2011, this class takes all of the cool new stuff in AutoCAD®       ME223-2       Lecture
Revit MEP 2011, spins around other relevant coordination software such
as Autodesk Navisworks® and Autodesk Ecotect®, then adds in things I
learned while working as a BIM coordination consultant on a 268,000-
square-foot cancer center. We'll put it all together into a fast-paced and
entertaining event that's loaded with valuable tips and tricks. Learn about
best practices for setting up projects from all disciplines (even with non-
Revit consultants) from a construction perspective; getting the most out
of your model for LEED® and sustainable design analysis; and fast new
layout tricks, family editing hints, and data scheduling techniques to help
you get the most out of your model. And, just like last year—you get my
Revit MEP project template, all tweaked up and ready to take advantage
of the hottest BIM/CAD package around. So put on your best beach
clothes, and come have fun with us!

Updated for 2011, this class takes all of the cool new stuff in AutoCAD®       ME314-1V      Virtual Class
Revit MEP 2011, spins around other relevant coordination software such
as Autodesk Navisworks® and Autodesk Ecotect®, then adds in things I
learned while working as a BIM coordination consultant on a 268,000-
square-foot cancer center. We'll put it all together into a fast-paced and
entertaining event that's loaded with valuable tips and tricks. Learn about
best practices for setting up projects from all disciplines (even with non-
Revit consultants) from a construction perspective; getting the most out
of your model for LEED® and sustainable design analysis; and fast new
layout tricks, family editing hints, and data scheduling techniques to help
you get the most out of your model. And, just like last year—you get my
Revit MEP project template, all tweaked up and ready to take advantage
of the hottest BIM/CAD package around. So put on your best beach
clothes, and come have fun with us!
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                        Class Description                                         ID          Type
Updated for 2011, this class takes all of the cool new stuff in AutoCAD®      ME326-1V    Virtual Class
Revit MEP 2011, spins around other relevant coordination software such
as Autodesk Navisworks® and Autodesk Ecotect®, then adds in things I
learned while working as a BIM coordination consultant on a 268,000-
square-foot cancer center. We'll put it all together into a fast-paced and
entertaining event that's loaded with valuable tips and tricks. Learn about
best practices for setting up projects from all disciplines (even with non-
Revit consultants) from a construction perspective; getting the most out
of your model for LEED® and sustainable design analysis; and fast new
layout tricks, family editing hints, and data scheduling techniques to help
you get the most out of your model. And, just like last year—you get my
Revit MEP project template, all tweaked up and ready to take advantage
of the hottest BIM/CAD package around. So put on your best beach
clothes, and come have fun with us!

Join us for this fast-paced, information-filled AutoCAD MEP information       ME316-1V    Virtual Class
extravaganza and have fun at the same time! Discover my favorite tips,
tricks, and best practices for AutoCAD MEP and get a cool custom
template for AutoCAD MEP 2011! Don't miss this opportunity to get more
bang for your buck and the most out of your AutoCAD MEP.
Join us for this fast-paced, information-filled AutoCAD MEP information       ME333-1     Lecture
extravaganza and have fun at the same time! Discover my favorite tips,
tricks, and best practices for AutoCAD MEP and get a cool custom
template for AutoCAD MEP 2011! Don't miss this opportunity to get more
bang for your buck and the most out of your AutoCAD MEP.
Join us for this fast-paced, information-filled AutoCAD MEP information       ME320-1V    Virtual Class
extravaganza and have fun at the same time! Discover my favorite tips,
tricks, and best practices for AutoCAD MEP and get a cool custom
template for AutoCAD MEP 2011! Don't miss this opportunity to get more
bang for your buck and the most out of your AutoCAD MEP.
A debate is raging as to who should have access to the model and where        ME430-1     Lecture
contractors and subcontractors can add value to the BIM process. While
these discussions will continue, it should not be shocking that
subcontractors are already using BIM tools to their advantage and to the
benefit of the overall project. We will discuss how you can use Autodesk®
Revit® MEP in daily operations to deliver faster production and better
quality BIM models than were previously possible. Digital model
development and real-world implementation will be presented with specific
examples from projects large and small. The presenters will also
demonstrate the on-going value of BIM to the project general contractor,
architect/engineers, and owners through coordination and as-built
modeling. This course will benefit design and construction professionals
involved in all phases of the project life cycle.

This class covers the rights and wrongs of linking architecture files for       ME433-2   Lecture
preliminary design. Discover why some analysis fails, and what you can
do about it. Utilizing the massing tools in Autodesk® Revit® MEP, learn to
ascertain building loads at the concept stage without an architectural
model. Go from napkin design to construction issues in two easy steps.
Find out that "coordination" isn't a dirty word, and that it doesn't have to be
continually checked.
This class will dive into Display Manager and the overall display system in ME433-1       Lecture
AutoCAD MEP. We will cover how all the settings work, how to really
control the architectural backgrounds, and how to create sectional plans
using the Cut Plane and the Display by Elevation controls.
This will be an interactive class focused on identifying and resolving          ME416-1   Lecture
common user issues when transitioning to AutoCAD® MEP. We will
identify common problems and provide solutions for minimizing
productivity loss. Topics covered in class will include implementing
company standards, controlling and customizing the Display System,
Sectioning, Content, Property Sets, Tagging, and Plotting, just to name a
few. We will be emailing attendees before Autodesk University to get their
list of items and we will resolve them in class. We expect active
participation from all attendees.
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                         Class Description                                         ID            Type
Clients are requiring today’s architecture and engineering firms to provide ME422-1          Lecture
them with a BIM deliverable. A BIM deliverable could be something as
simple as a 3D model for visualization or providing room locations of
equipment. This class will review a variety of model-based design
requirements in the context of a completed project. Examples of how
these requirements were met in AutoCAD MEP will be reviewed. We will
discuss how to use AutoCAD MEP and its tools to use ODBC connections
to a Revit®-generated database in order to use information such as room
names and ceiling heights to help the MEP designer coordinate space
information. We will also discuss the Industry Foundation Classes (IFC)
export and import capabilities that automate the process of providing
equipment location through the use of IFC-generated space information
and location property set objects.
This class will discuss the following: An overview of how gbXML is being ME427-2             Lecture
used by popular 3D BIM authoring and building energy analysis software
tools to streamline the transfer of building information to and from
engineering analysis tools. Short case studies of successful usage of
gbXML for rapid building energy analysis and HVAC load calculations for a
major office complex and how gbXML is being extended to accommodate
interoperability for building automation controls and Smart Grid. This class
is intended for design engineers who are heavily involved with many types
of building analysis including energy, thermal, lighting, computational fluid
dynamics, and other types of analysis. Attendees will learn how to better
utilize gbXML during the design and analysis workflow and understand
where gbXML is headed as the design and controls/monitoring of buildings
are better integrated.
This class will discuss the following: An overview of how gbXML is being ME430-3U            Unconference
used by popular 3D BIM authoring and building energy analysis software
tools to streamline the transfer of building information to and from
engineering analysis tools. Short case studies of successful usage of
gbXML for rapid building energy analysis and HVAC load calculations for
a major office complex and how gbXML is being extended to
accommodate interoperability for building automation controls and Smart
Grid. This class is intended for design engineers who are heavily involved
with many types of building analysis including energy, thermal, lighting,
computational fluid dynamics, and other types of analysis. Attendees will
learn how to better utilize gbXML during the design and analysis workflow
and understand where gbXML is headed as the design and
controls/monitoring of buildings are better integrated.

Designing high-quality, energy-efficient buildings requires one to "think     ME220-2P       Lecture
globally and design locally" by having a strong understanding of how to
best utilize the surrounding natural resources to light and condition a
space. This class will demonstrate the value of a BIM workflow in
performing early qualitative energy analysis and computational fluid
dynamics (CFD) modeling. This capability allows for an iterative design
process, enabling the design team to better understand how to use these
resources to inform design decisions earlier than ever before. Arming
yourself with this information at the beginning of the design process can
help shape the form and envelope conditions of a building when they can
have the most beneficial impact on its performance and life cycle costs.

The advent of Building Information Modeling (BIM) has highlighted the             ME232-1C   Product Clinic
value of integrating fabrication of all building systems into the tool used in
the design process. A fire sprinkler system requires a very specialized set
of fabrication instructions tailored to the specific fabrication and installation
practices of that trade. This class will provide an inside, detailed look at
the typical fabrication and installation processes that sprinkler installers
use, along BIM requirements to support those processes. This class is not
intended to present the application of any particular product to this
process, but rather to illustrate the physical processes themselves to
provide a better understanding of the physical workflow, from completion of
the design to completion of the installation.
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                        Class Description                                         ID          Type
The goal of this class is to provide designers and engineers with the          ME334-1V   Virtual Class
essential knowledge you need to begin using Autodesk Revit MEP. The
class will help you understand what the software is designed to
accomplish, as well as what makes up Revit MEP. You will learn about
Revit elements, categories, families, views, and how everything is
integrated to produce a model. We will also discuss how Revit MEP can be
implemented in an office to begin projects right away. After this, more in-
depth Revit MEP classes will make sense, and you will benefit from the
material instead of getting bogged down in the small details. This class is
designed for Revit MEP users that are new to Revit, and may have even
taken a class on Revit, but still do not have a good understanding of the
software.
The goal of this class is to provide designers and engineers with the          ME322-3V   Virtual Class
essential knowledge you need to begin using Autodesk Revit MEP. The
class will help you understand what the software is designed to
accomplish, as well as what makes up Revit MEP. You will learn about
Revit elements, categories, families, views, and how everything is
integrated to produce a model. We will also discuss how Revit MEP can be
implemented in an office to begin projects right away. After this, more in-
depth Revit MEP classes will make sense, and you will benefit from the
material instead of getting bogged down in the small details. This class is
designed for Revit MEP users that are new to Revit, and may have even
taken a class on Revit, but still do not have a good understanding of the
software.
In this class, multiple different lighting analysis procedures will be         ME416-2    Lecture
discussed. An overview of the new features of lighting calculations and
analysis within Autodesk Revit MEP 2011 will be discussed, along with
the use of the new Autodesk FBX® file LINK in Autodesk 3ds Max Design
2011 to run point-by-point lighting analysis from your Revit model. Gone
are the days of duplicating work over and over in different software
packages. We will also look at the creation of a new light fixture,
choosing the correct light source type, and placing that light source in the
correct location within your families to guarantee accurate results. Flip
on the light bulb (I mean LED), and watch as the new possibilities of
lighting analysis are demonstrated.
This class will show how to successfully implement SQL Spatial as your         GS416-1    Lecture
geodatabase. Following nine steps to implementation, this class will walk
you through how to create a data store, copy data, use schemas, connect
and use SQL data, edit data, and also, how to maintain and share your
data. Processes for converting multiple types of data will be shown, as
well as tips for dealing with your spatial data. Attendees will see how to
utilize AutoCAD® Map 3D to connect, convert, and maintain SQL data.
Autodesk® MapGuide® Enterprise will also be used to share SQL data
and complete the data circle. Tools and tips for dealing with SQL data,
and Autodesk MapGuide integration will also be covered. The class will be
taught in a step-by-step process from beginning to end, and will utilize
examples from the successful implementation of a complete SQL workflow
at the City of Grand Forks, ND.

This class will explore how AutoCAD Map 3D stores data within Microsoft® GS327-1          Lecture
SQL Server 2008 Spatial and Oracle® databases, and how Autodesk
MapGuide Enterprise connects to these spatial repositories.
Autodesk MapGuide® Enterprise supports the visualization of raster data GS422-1           Lecture
via a number of Feature Data Objects (FDO) raster data providers.
However, the configuration of large volumes of raster data is a mystery to
some and confusing to others and, if not done correctly, can lead to
apparently poor display performance. This class describes some of the
techniques that have been adopted by Autodesk Consulting for the display
of large volumes of raster data. The class will commence with an initial
introduction to the concepts of data mosaicing and pyramiding. We will
continue with a combination of theory along with practical demonstrations
of MapGuide Enterprise, MapGuide Studio, and a few other guest
applications, which describe how best to prepare and deploy raster data for
high performance display and visualization of raster data by MapGuide.
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                        Class Description                                        ID          Type
The City of Vancouver introduced VanMap to its staff in 1999, and to the     GS330-1     Lecture
public in 2001. The applications are very data intensive with hundreds of
data layers and much functionality. In the fall of 2008, the city's GIS Team
was approached about developing a specialized version of VanMap for
inclusion on the Host City website, which provided information to make it
easier to maneuver around Vancouver during the Games. Because of the
requirements imposed by Corporate Communications, this request posed
many significant challenges. This class focuses on the process that led
from initial discussions about interactive mapping requirements for Host
City, to the development, deployment, and successful production use of
Autodesk® MapGuide® Enterprise technology to meet the requirements
leading up to and during the Games. Challenges and lessons learned will
also be discussed.
Get the most out of AutoCAD Plant 3D, your piping projects, and your         PD234-1     Lecture
piping specs. We will look "under the hood" and follow AutoCAD Plant 3D
data from the catalogs to the specs, and then into the model. We will
explore how component properties in the model affect piping connections,
and show how to extend AutoCAD Plant 3D to produce custom reports. In
the class, we will also convert a project to use SQL Express and discuss
the benefits and administrative impact of using a server-based project
database. We will also create custom piping components using new
content-creation features of the 2011 Spec Editor.

If you have a desire to see just how effective and powerful the               PD433-1    Lecture
revolutionary new AutoCAD Plant 3D software is and how it can improve
your process plant design, then don't miss this class. Focus will be given
to an actual project implementation in the real world using the new
AutoCAD Plant 3D software. Actual examples of the deliverables
generated in both 2D and 3D will be provided, highlighting and sharing the
lessons learned in the real world. This class is designed for CAD
managers, senior project coordinators and advanced process plant users
with CAD management responsibilities. This presentation will cover a
combination of Plant 3D topics, project setup tips, preparing for project
deliverables, multidiscipline workflows, retraining users, migrating from
existing plant design systems, managing the rollout, establishing new
standards (including milestone progress measurement), and gaining the
competitive market advantage.
In class, you will learn the steps to having a successful plant design        PD236-1V   Virtual Class
project. Topics include: how to divide a project into manageable sections,
how to best manage multiple piping designers working on the project, and
how to work with the other plant design disciplines. In addition, the class
will cover some methods for reusing legacy data, and advanced 3D piping
techniques.
In this class, you will learn the steps to having a successful plant design   PD220-2V   Virtual Class
project. Topics include: how to divide a project into manageable sections,
how to best manage multiple piping designers working on the project, and
how to work with the other plant design disciplines. In addition, the class
will cover some methods for reusing legacy data, and advanced 3D piping
techniques.
Learn how to use Autodesk Navisworks beyond the common walk-through           PD322-1    Lecture
and interference detection features. This course will explore innovative
ways to use Navisworks to maximize the communication between
engineering disciplines and partners. Today's projects are under constant
pressure to shorten timelines and elevate efficiency. Engineering and
construction companies can set themselves apart from the competition
through innovative project management techniques that reduce risk and
shorten review cycles.
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                         Class Description                                         ID        Type
Learn how to migrate your existing P&ID drawings into AutoCAD P&ID              PD416-1   Lecture
using your company standards. The class will provide in-depth, step-by-
step instructions to convert your existing P&ID drawings to intelligent
AutoCAD P&ID. You will improve your drawing accuracy, coordination, and
overall productivity with the use of consistent methods to transfer and read
data from plain AutoCAD and from CADWorx® P&ID's, giving you the
ability to check the accuracy of your drawings as you do the conversion.
This class will benefit drafting professionals, CAD and IT managers, as
well as the one-person shop. Attendees should have general AutoCAD
P&ID knowledge.
Do you work in the plant and process arena and want to know what                PD220-1   Lecture
Autodesk has to offer to help you compete? Enter the new Autodesk Plant
Design Suite. In this fast-paced, information-packed class, we will take you
on a rocket ride from project setup, into symbol creation, and over the
P&ID layout. Then we will build up the 3D structure, add in 3D equipment
and piping layout, open in Autodesk Navisworks® for model aggregation
and clash detection, and finally, generate piping isometrics. Get a high-
level overview of the process you will need to know when using these
powerful, but easy-to-use applications. And who knows—you might
actually have fun in a plant and process class!
Learn about the benefits of using Revit Structure 3D rebars and structural      SE327-2   Lecture
connections for your detail documentation. Based on real project
scenarios, this presentation will examine in-depth the techniques and
mechanisms of detailing in Revit Structure. This includes creating
structural connection library parts, working with 3D reinforcement,
developing a custom tagging library, and managing and optimizing the
detail processes using the Revit database and interface. We will closely
observe the efficiency and validity of these methods in a project
environment. Become skilled at improving the integrity and the consistency
of the detailing phase and reducing the risk of errors.
This course will cover the abilities of the AutoCAD Structural Detailing        SE430-2   Lecture
Steel Module. We will look at extraction of the Revit® Structure Model,
uses of the connection tools, creation of user custom parts, using the
advanced parametric structure tools, machining, custom connection
modeling, welding, drilling and bolt creation. Setup project phasing, best
modeling practices and standards to make you faster and more effective
at creating models. We will look at taking connections back into Revit for
visualization purposes. We will then look at the various tools, for soft/hard
clash detection, inspecting models, manipulating and changing models,
and exporting NC fabrication files. The other side will be creating
automated documentation, creating tables of data, and changing the UCS
to show parts correctly detailed and dimensioned in plan.

This course will cover the abilities of the AutoCAD Structural Detailing      SE234-2U    Unconference
Steel Module. We will look at extraction of the Revit® Structure Model,
uses of the connection tools, creation of user custom parts, using the
advanced parametric structure tools, machining, custom connection
modeling, welding, drilling and bolt creation. Setup project phasing, best
modeling practices and standards to make you faster and more effective at
creating models. We will look at taking connections back into Revit for
visualization purposes. We will then look at the various tools, for soft/hard
clash detection, inspecting models, manipulating and changing models,
and exporting NC fabrication files. The other side will be creating
automated documentation, creating tables of data, and changing the UCS
to show parts correctly detailed and dimensioned in plan.
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                        Class Description                                      ID          Type
Ever wonder how your Revit Structure drawings can obtain the same look SE234-1          Lecture
as your AutoCAD® drawings? Or how you can model complex geometries
in Revit Structure? This class will teach you how to customize your Revit
Structure model using View Templates to create higher quality
construction documents matching your company standards. A general
understanding of templates is needed. This class will focus on frequently
overlooked uses in templates. In addition to drawing deliverables, 3D
model deliverables are on the rise. This class will go over actual project
examples of how the Revit Structure model differs for a drafted versus
model deliverable. It will also showcase tricks for accurately modeling
complex geometries. You will learn how to use massing models and 3D
views to model sloped walls and beams curved in three dimensions. This
class will provide you with the tools needed to create quality 2D and 3D
model documentation.
Transportation engineering has customarily been a joint effort between civil SE433-3L   Hands-On Lab
and structural engineers, each playing a major role in the development of
any given design. In its simplest expression, this practice has been driven
by a static relationship wherein civil engineers develop horizontal and
vertical control geometry, which is then made available to the structural
engineer to develop the necessary super/sub-structure components. The
goal of the lab is to demonstrate how to integrate AutoCAD Civil 3D project
data using the Revit Structure Extensions to make subsequent design
changes seamless and dynamic. This lab is aimed to give attendees an
introduction to the processes and best practices for integrating AutoCAD
Civil 3D roadway/bridge design projects with Revit Structure. Topics will
include the proper techniques for exporting AutoCAD Civil 3D alignments,
corridors, and surfaces and emphasize the methods for generating bridge
super/sub structures like abutments, slabs, and piers using that data.


In this class, we will learn how to design a roadway with a bridge in       SE228-1     Lecture
AutoCAD® Civil 3D® 2011 that can be analyzed with Autodesk® Revit®
Structure 2011. We will create a corridor model, then design a bridge
structure in AutoCAD Civil 3D. We will share that part of corridor model
with Revit Structure for more detailed design and analysis and then use
the detailed design to complete the model by adding some grading around
the bridge in AutoCAD Civil 3D.
In this class, we will learn how to design a roadway with a bridge in       SE231-2U    Unconference
AutoCAD® Civil 3D® 2011 that can be analyzed with Autodesk® Revit®
Structure 2011. We will create a corridor model, then design a bridge
structure in AutoCAD Civil 3D. We will share that part of corridor model
with Revit Structure for more detailed design and analysis and then use
the detailed design to complete the model by adding some grading around
the bridge in AutoCAD Civil 3D.
This class will go through the Revit® Structure family settings in-depth,   SE319-1     Lecture
and controlling visibility to keep your file size down and views working
without slowing down computer speeds. The advantage of 3D families is
that they enable much greater levels of scheduling, tagging, takeoffs,
updating, and more automated construction details than detailing tools can
provide. We will also explore the uses of panelization and adaptive
component families, which have both very real and significant productivity
improvements on any Structural project type regardless of materials. We
will look at ways to make various connections and concrete, wood, and
steel systems, modeled and parametric. Controlling visibility in views is
also an important aspect to make sure the families not only work great, but
look correct for detailing.
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                         Class Description                                         ID          Type
To maximize the productivity and profitability of the software, it is vital that SE223-1   Lecture
Revit users create customized families that are specific to their company's
needs. As Revit users advance their knowledge and further their
experience with the family editor, it is inevitable that they will want to take
their own content to a more advanced level. This class will go beyond the
basics and focus on an example of a parametric family that utilizes many
of the more advanced features in family creation. In addition, this class will
show how to incorporate design information in an effort to make the family
useful for both drafting and as a design aid. At the end of this class,
attendees will be able to take the concepts back to their own offices and
start to apply them to creating their own custom, functional content.

This class presents in-depth, step-by-step instructions for customizing      SE231-1       Lecture
tags, modifying the default schedule, and creating an integrated column
key plan view using Autodesk Revit Structure intelligent tools. The class
will demonstrate a large project where using an integrated column
schedule helps you to be more efficient. You will learn how you can control
your columns properties directly from the schedule instead of going to the
3D model. You will improve drawing accuracy and coordination and
enhance productivity.
This class will demonstrate how the Revit platforms were used in tandem SE330-1            Lecture
to design and deliver a fast-track design build water treatment project as
featured in the June edition of WaterWorld magazine. Special attention will
be given to interdisciplinary coordination between the Revit platforms and
how the design development was expedited to meet an aggressive
schedule. Best practices and lessons learned for modeling and workflow
will be covered, as well as how cost estimating, material takeoffs and value
engineering was incorporated into the design development.

This class will examine in-depth the design and development of a $50       SE419-2         Lecture
million water and flow control facility, including one of the largest non-
circular custom steel wye connections ever fabricated, all modeled and
delivered with the Revit platforms. This complex facility has many unique
features that made the design and delivery extremely challenging. Learn
how Revit, along with other Autodesk® products such as Autodesk
Navisworks®, were leveraged to design, coordinate, and deliver this
extremely complex and unique project.
Intended for structural engineers, this class reviews the fundamental      SD320-1C        Product Clinic
design considerations and steps required to efficiently design post-
tensioned parking structures and buildings. The class identifies the types
of floor systems used in these structures and how to estimate their
dimensions. The economic and environmental advantages of high-
performance post-tensioned floor systems are summarized. A step-by-step
workflow for the modeling, analysis, and design of the most common floor
systems is presented. Best practices for the layout, detailing, and
documentation of post-tensioned slabs are introduced.
In this class, we will explore the new Autodesk® Robot™ Structural         SE327-1         Lecture
Analysis (RSA) extensions for Revit Structure 2011, with particular
emphasis on using the extensions to be productive in the design and
analysis of steel framed floors. We will start with an overview of the RSA
extensions and how they work with the Revit Structure analytical model.
Next, we will review the features and functions of the RSA Composite
Designer, Floor Vibration Analysis, and Column Designer extensions.
Last, we will apply these new Revit extensions to some real-life example
problems from steel framed buildings, illustrating how you can be more
efficient in the design of such buildings by using this tool.

Learn how to integrate the use of a finite element analysis program into the SE312-1C      Product Clinic
BIM workflow based on Autodesk® Revit® Structure.
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                        Class Description                                        ID           Type
This extended lecture class will focus on structural design for structural     SE336-1L   Hands-On Lab
steel and reinforced concrete structures. The class will provide an overview
of design workflows and structural design criteria using Autodesk Robot
Structural Analysis and Autodesk Revit Structure as well as in-depth
instruction on specific design tasks. You will learn how to optimize
structural steel designs, design steel connections, and perform automatic
and interactive concrete reinforcement design. You will also explore
custom design options with the Robot Spreadsheet Extension. This class
will not focus on analysis methodologies, rather it is intended to show the
design and optimization functionality in Autodesk Robot Structural
Analysis.
After a brief introduction, you will examine and work on a structural model SE228-2L      Hands-On Lab
in progress. A detailed and guided tour of the model creation process will
follow using Autodesk Revit Structure 2011, allowing each student to gain
experience and get a feel for how the modeling process evolves during the
production of a structural model, as well as how its various elements are
created and relate to each other. This lab class takes you through briefly
through different portions of the modeling process using Revit Structure
software so you can gain a better understanding of its capabilities. Our
objective is to give you a first-hand look at various aspects of the Revit
Structure and the building information modeling (BIM) process by leading
you through a hands-on demonstration of its powerful features. Questions
and answers will be encouraged during the class as long as we can keep
pace.
This class will look at how the Revit platform has been used to design and SE330-2        Lecture
deliver large infrastructure projects such as water and wastewater
treatment plants, flow-control structures, dams, tunnels and environmental
facilities. Particular attention will be paid to how Revit was customized to
perform parametric value-engineering calculations, manage internal assets
and create custom content and geometry for the delivery of such projects.
Additionally, the class will cover best practices and lessons learned on real-
world projects that can be applied universally to a model-based design
approach.
This class intends to describe the workflow used in modeling an urban          SE427-2    Lecture
transport railway. We used Autodesk® Revit® Structure objects based in
concrete prefab families, AutoCAD® Revit Architecture elements in the
railways stops, and integration with Autodesk Inventor® parts to the trains,
using the ADSK format. This entire project received data from AutoCAD
Civil 3D® alignments and terrain data. In the end, it returns to a Civil 3D
model, using the ADSK format.
This class intends to describe the workflow used in modeling an urban          SE238-1V   Virtual Class
transport railway. We used Autodesk® Revit® Structure objects based in
concrete prefab families, AutoCAD® Revit Architecture elements in the
railways stops, and integration with Autodesk Inventor® parts to the trains,
using the ADSK format. This entire project received data from AutoCAD
Civil 3D® alignments and terrain data. In the end, it returns to a Civil 3D
model, using the ADSK format.
This class intends to describe the workflow used in modeling an urban          SE226-1V   Virtual Class
transport railway. We used Autodesk® Revit® Structure objects based in
concrete prefab families, AutoCAD® Revit Architecture elements in the
railways stops, and integration with Autodesk Inventor® parts to the trains,
using the ADSK format. This entire project received data from AutoCAD
Civil 3D® alignments and terrain data. In the end, it returns to a Civil 3D
model, using the ADSK format.
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                         Class Description                                          ID          Type
A design and documentation process based in modeling can save time          SE433-2         Lecture
and add down-stream benefits to the project team and client. This
philosophy was applied to a recent post-tensioned concrete structure
design. To accomplish the goal, two Revit® families were created to
accurately model the post-tension reinforcement system. This class will
show how the families were built and how they were used to model the
post-tension system for an entire structure. The final structure, including
mild reinforcement, will be presented, showing how reinforcement conflicts
were resolved, how visualization aided the design, and how visualization
aided in coordination with other disciplines. Finally, concepts on how this
model may aid the shop drawing and construction phase will be presented.

The recent seismic disasters revealed the increasing need of a design        SE322-2        Lecture
conceived for safer buildings. The class will explain how to perform seismic
analysis of multi-storey building, according to various country code
requirements. The class will focus on advanced plastic analysis using both
Autodesk® Robot™ Structural Analysis and Altiscad Intellishape®, a
custom developed solution for checking ultimate resistance of structural
elements. Attending this class. engineers will learn how to design concrete
elements with arbitrary shape, structural wall cores, or columns under
compression with lateral load. Both Robot Structural Analysis and Revit®
Structure advanced capabilities will be used to analyze a structure, to add
reinforcement, and to calculate elements ultimate capacity.

Do you feel as though every time you slope a roof you do it a bit                SE220-2U   Unconference
differently? This class will cover the basic rules to follow and present
steps for fool-proof sloping. It will cover the multiple ways to slope your
framing members quickly and accurately on complex buildings, and other
miscellaneous items that come up on live projects. From determining the
level elevation, to joist seats, to the analytical model, this is the one-stop
shop for sloping any roof in Revit Structure.
Do you feel as though every time you slope a roof you do it a bit                SD342-1V   Virtual Class
differently? This class will cover the basic rules to follow and present
steps for fool-proof sloping. It will cover the multiple ways to slope your
framing members quickly and accurately on complex buildings, and other
miscellaneous items that come up on live projects. From determining the
level elevation, to joist seats, to the analytical model, this is the one-stop
shop for sloping any roof in Revit Structure.
Do you feel as though every time you slope a roof you do it a bit                SE324-1V   Virtual Class
differently? This class will cover the basic rules to follow and present
steps for fool-proof sloping. It will cover the multiple ways to slope your
framing members quickly and accurately on complex buildings, and other
miscellaneous items that come up on live projects. From determining the
level elevation, to joist seats, to the analytical model, this is the one-stop
shop for sloping any roof in Revit Structure.
Learn the fundamentals of form-finding principles, optimization techniques,      SE416-1    Lecture
and how they are applied to complex 3D structures using Autodesk®
Robot™ Structural Analysis and the Robot API. The class illustrates
progressive optimization applied to structures: covering the form, structural
grid orientations, and member sizes, based on the pioneering work of Buro
Happold in form-finding and the latest developments in ultra-quick
optimizations to build concept design tools. The class introduces our one-
step optimization tool SMART Sizer, a Robot plug-in built using Robot API.
We will cover the latest in integrated modeling and multi-objective
optimization that enable evolution of models from concept to detailed
design, where the overall form and every member is optimized for
deflection, stress, and buckling criteria. Examples include Buro Happold's
most exciting and inspiring engineering projects.
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                         Class Description                                         ID          Type
The interaction of all systems in a building has a profound effect on          SD324-1C    Product Clinic
installed costs of wood structures. In addition to the inherent sustainability
of wood, the detailing of the structural systems must reflect the dynamic
nature of a highly interactive model. Objects can drive framing locations,
while in turn, framing can drive object locations! In today's market you
need an edge, and providing this information to owners and developers
can make your services a must-have. By engaging the supply chain and
collaborating with your material supplier and component fabricator, you
can add years of experience and knowledge to your modeling and
presentation effort. Take advantage of these resources, who have years of
experience with working with 3D models and Integrated Project Delivery!

This class will provide an in-depth discussion of the level of detail (LOD) of SE333-1     Lecture
structural models at different stages in a building life cycle: design,
construction and ownership. We will consider the new American Institute of
Architects® (AIA) BIM Protocol Exhibit E202™, which defines models on a
scale of 100 to 500. We will discuss how structural models are used by
architects, mechanical engineers, construction managers, sub-contractors
and fabricators. Most importantly, the class covers how each of the
stakeholders use structural models differently and need different content.
We will demonstrate how the newly issued Structural Engineering Institute
(SEI) LOD BIM (authored by the speaker) can be used to define team
expectation of what should be modeled. We will show practical examples
and effective approaches for resolving challenges using the SEI LOD
model as an early BIM planning tool.

This class will cover the use of "IF" and other conditional statements inside   SE427-1    Lecture
family parameters, and in conjunction with filters, to view and operate
models in creative ways and to mine data in a visual manner.
Learn how to prepare your model in Revit® Structure to produce an               SE419-1    Lecture
efficient analytical model.
Harness the power of Autodesk® Robot™ Structural Analysis to analyze            SE422-1    Lecture
and design structures. Learn how you can add further value with links to
fabrication.
In this class, you will learn how to create trusses in Revit Structure using    SE430-1    Lecture
the Truss Wizard feature. You will also learn how to edit trusses to make
them work for your building. Learn the best practices on what to do and
what not to do when using trusses. This class will benefit building design
professionals; CAD, IT and BIM managers; and the person in the trenches.
Attendees should have beginning to intermediate Revit Structure
knowledge.
Learn how to assemble your Revit Structure model to incorporate the level       SE433-1    Lecture
of development requirements outlined in AIA Document E202-2008,
Building Information Modeling Protocol Exhibit. In particular, we will dive
into Article 3, Level of Development, as it applies to structural engineering
projects. On completion of the class, attendees will be able to develop a
scope of model elements for each detail level, to employ efficient modeling
techniques, and to modify default content—all within the Revit Structure
environment.
A well-thought-out BIM/Revit Kick-Off meeting agenda is key to achieving        SE319-2    Lecture
an efficient and profitable project. Good communication in the beginning,
to set expectations and workflow, will leave everyone involved on the
project with a great experience, a positive attitude, and the motivation to
succeed on their next project. The new relationships you create help make
every project you do a success.
A well-thought-out BIM/Revit Kick-Off meeting agenda is key to achieving        SE322-1U   Unconference
an efficient and profitable project. Good communication in the beginning,
to set expectations and workflow, will leave everyone involved on the
project with a great experience, a positive attitude, and the motivation to
succeed on their next project. The new relationships you create help make
every project you do a success.
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                        Class Description                                        ID         Type
Metadata management is essential for an enterprise CAD/GIS, although it UT220-2          Lecture
is often implemented as an afterthought. In this class, you will learn why
centrally maintained metadata is important for you and your supply chain,
as well as for providing an audit trial of who changed what and when.
Using a production solution implemented by Autodesk Consulting, this
class will teach you how centralized metadata management can be
implemented using Autodesk® Topobase™. Learn how you can
implement metadata management for Oracle® and Topobase feature
classes as well as DWG and SHP files. Learn how metadata can be
published to Catalog Services for the Web (CSW) servers so it can be
discovered by clients operating in a spatial data infrastructure (SDI). Learn
about the statutory requirements upon utility companies in the European
Union for metadata and its implication within the spatial data infrastructure
known as INSPIRE.
Learn how and why you would want to round-trip your CAD-based                 UT330-1    Lecture
engineering data to a GIS data store, like SDF, Oracle®, or Autodesk®
Topobase™. This class will present key concepts, uses, and workflows
learned from real world applications of AutoCAD Civil 3D GIS data
migrations of pipe network data. There will also be a demonstration of
AutoCAD Civil 3D and GIS pipe network data round-tripping.

Autodesk solutions provide significant benefits to utility operations in many UT223-1U   Unconference
ways. Geospatial reference of all utility infrastructure has been an
important aspect of Autodesk solutions for many years. Today, valuable
situational awareness of important field circumstances can also be viewed
in Autodesk® MapGuide®. Extremely high resolution imagery, both aerial
and also street level, is now readily available at relatively low cost. This
information can be extremely valuable for utility operations in many ways.
Field visits can be performed with a much deeper understanding of what
will be encountered on-site. Some field visits may be prevented all
together, providing real efficiency gains. This information can be
accessible by virtually everyone within the organization who has access to
a computer. Examples of the benefits of these additional capabilities will
be explored in this class.
At Southern California Edison (SCE), we have standardized on AUD              UT433-2    Lecture
software as our Transmission and Distribution graphical design tool to
unify design, specification and construction processes. This class will
present the approach we chose to standardize our design process using
AUD, beginning with external work management through the design
process and ending with the validation of the design and bill of materials
being sent to an external Work Management system. Along the way, we
will discuss accessing external mapping and SAP® asset information
within AUD and data validation throughout the design process.

During this session you will gain a deeper understanding of how Autodesk UT319-1         Lecture
Utility Design (AUD) performs its engineering calculations and what
information you need to ensure AUD adheres to your organization's
standards.
Learn about the most effective and efficient ways to implement and          UT333-1L     Hands-On Lab
maintain utility mapping systems using Autodesk Topobase. This class
focuses on mapping-related tasks with minimal exposure to Autodesk
Topobase administration and utilizes the data model for electric utilities.
Attendees will learn about the importance of standardization in their
drawing files and how this may impact the usability as Autodesk Topobase
source material. See how to create jobs with new features using various
import methods or by simple digitizing processes; and effect the visual
representation of your maps to meet differing user groups, statistical
requirements or workflow status. Create output to various formats including
Microsoft® Excel, Word mail merge, or AutoCAD® DWG. Gain a better
understanding of how this enterprise-centric technology can benefit
mapping and design staff.
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                        Class Description                                        ID         Type
Understanding what happens in the field is of the utmost importance to a      UT419-1   Lecture
utilitiy's GIS staff. It is also one of our greatest challenges. Much of what
happens in the field is not properly documented. Come and see a custom
field-office collaboration solution based on Autodesk Design Review and
the DWF file format. Allowing near real-time collaboration, this solution is
a vital step toward keeping GIS and as-built documents up-to-date. The
system allows field staff to requests maps and have them downloaded to
their laptop in under two minutes. Next they use the map for decision
support, and finally markup and upload to the office.

Every step of the way, Duke Energy is accelerating the substation design UT322-1        Lecture
process with automation and integration. Soon, the company's substation
design specialists will be able to devote virtually all of their attention to
developing substations that are high-performing, safe, and cost-effective,
instead of focusing on data entry, simple calculations, and counting. In this
class, you will learn how Duke Energy approached the re-engineering of its
substation design process with an open mind and a set of clear
requirements: 1) Link the business systems involved, such as work order
management and purchasing; 2) Automate all or significant portions of the
BOM creation process; 3) Enable designers to easily leverage existing
substation plans in projects; improve or automate load and capacity-
related calculations; and 4) Streamline the communication of design intent
to construction crews.
The implementation of GIS system at large utility companies and               UT228-1   Lecture
government departments go well beyond of the delivery of pure products.
The GIS needs to be embedded into a large number of different running
systems (for example ERP) and specific applications. Adding to these
complexities are government regulations, industry standards, local
constraints, system interfaces, user profiles and process workflows that
makes the implementation of GIS a most challenging undertaking. Based
on the delivery of the City of Chur project, we will present the processes
used by Autodesk Consulting. The City of Chur, Switzerland, uses GIS to
help maintain utility networks of water, gas, wastewater, and electricity
assets, along with the maintenance of land management assets. The best
practices will explore how to manage overall scope, detailed requirements,
project risks, and project quality. The class will also include practical
experiences of lessons learned during the delivery of this project.

In this class, CAD and GIS users that need to build and understand their      UT422-2   Lecture
infrastructure will learn how Autodesk Topobase can achieve both with little
investment in time or money. Learn how to clean, network, and analyze
your data to answer questions such as, where are the closest valves to
isolate this area and who will be out of service, what is the most efficient
way to get to each of these jobs, or the infamous, I need this report by 9:00
a.m. ( and it is 8:30 a.m.). This class will help show how AutoCAD Map 3D
and Autodesk Topobase can get you those answers. Democratize your
data and empower your staff and managers with the same analysis
functionality via Autodesk Topobase Web.

From Microsoft® Internet Information Services (IIS) caching to Oracle®    UT236-1C      Product Clinic
tweaks and everything in between, this class reveals a range of
customizations for Autodesk Topobase Web. You will learn how to
increase the number of concurrent users and maintain stability and
maximize performance for lightning-fast maps. The class will explain
common Autodesk Topobase Web bottlenecks and how to overcome
them. You will learn performance customizations that achieve huge
improvements in initial load time and map redraws. Most tips presented in
this class work for Autodesk MapGuide® Enterprise, too.
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                         Class Description                                         ID        Type
Learn about deploying a fully modeled physical-network-based design and         UT228-2   Lecture
management solution using SPATIALlinfo spatialSUITE™. In this class,
we will focus on the experience of deploying a SpatialNET™-based fiber
network design solution. SpatialNET is an AutoCAD® Map 3D design tool
based on Oracle® Enterprise Manager. It provides automation tools to
facilitate design and management of communications networks, including
service capacity, network elements, and equipment infrastructure. In this
class, we will use real-world examples of evolving from an existing
AutoCAD-based file solution to a fully modeled enterprise-class
deployment.
This class explains how to implement and adapt Autodesk Inventor for            UT427-1   Lecture
designing the physical layout of a high-voltage electrical substation. You
can go from complex digital prototypes to construction drawings in a
matter of minutes. And do it with increased productivity and quality
control. Does this sound like a dream come true? With planning and
forethought, it can be a reality. Learn how to create all aspects of the
station, including conduit runs, foundations, structures, cables, bus, and
electrical equipment.
Learn how Grant County Public Utilities District and Autodesk Consulting        UT327-1   Lecture
developed an integrated planning, design, and records management
workflow using Autodesk® Utility Design, Autodesk Topobase™ and other
Autodesk products. Employing similar strategies, you can achieve
standardized designs, reduced as-built backlogs, and better integration
with third-party finance, customer information, work management, and
network analysis applications. You will learn how this enhanced workflow
improves design process efficiency, data quality, and compliance
reporting.
Learn about a generic solution developed by Autodesk Consulting that            UT433-1   Lecture
integrates the out-of-the-box Autodesk Topobase job management plug-in
framework and Infor Hansen Asset Management. This integration is
generic and can be easily configured to work with any combination of the
Autodesk Topobase and Infor Hansen modules. We will cover the steps
needed to configure this software using the Infor Hansen Storm module
and Autodesk Topobase wastewater document as an example and present
a live demo. Attendees should have general utility knowledge as well as an
interest in what is involved in the configuration, which will make use of the
Autodesk Topobase Administrator module as well as the Infor Hansen
Schema Manager.
The Kansas City Board of Public Utilities (KCBPU) values improving              UT430-1   Lecture
outage restoration and customer communications during system
emergencies. KCBPU's mapping and trouble call systems were not
integrated, making it difficult to predict outage locations and faulted
devices. The voice response system did not support voice recognition and
could not perform customer callbacks or integrate into the customer
information system. The mapping system was paper-based. There was no
ability to automatically connect incoming customer calls and rolling
outages to KCBPU's mapping system. To address these weaknesses,
KCBPU recently updated their environments to include Autodesk
Topobase and Milsoft outage management systems. With the new
integrated workflows, KCBPU is able to address repeat outage situations
and find weak links in their system.
The majority of electric utilities are equipped with advanced software          UT231-2   Lecture
solutions such as a geographic information system (GIS) and engineering
analysis tools. Both of these systems are critical components, and with
smart grid on the horizon, the need for these two systems to work together
in harmony is more important than ever. To provide optimal service for
electric utility customers, these systems need to be accurate, automated,
and easy to use, and they need to produce precise analysis results in an
expeditious matter. This class will inform you about the benefits and
challenges of integrating the GIS and engineering analysis systems that
are critical for decision making within electric utilities. We will also
examine a real-world example of GIS (Autodesk® Topobase™ Electric)
engineering analysis integration at an electric utility.
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                        Class Description                                      ID           Type
Following a 2009 Price Review, UK water companies have been tasked           UT226-1V   Virtual Class
with efficiency gains of up to 20% in the maintenance and upgrade of
critical infrastructure. As a result, leading water companies are pursuing a
design platform supported by BIM and geospatial technology, where the
end-to-end services are out-sourced to engineering consultants and
contractors. For success, all participants in the supply-chain require clear
vision, strong leadership, and standards definition with alignment of
infrastructure investment programs to the design and construction
processes. Learn how Autodesk Consulting is supporting several
customers as they respond to these challenges. The adoption of an
Autodesk 3D infrastructure design platform provides immediate benefits
by reducing design and construction costs with subsequent long term
payback through improved operational planning, proactive and real-time
maintenance, more efficient fieldworkers, and sustainable asset
management.
Following a 2009 Price Review, UK water companies have been tasked           UT212-1V   Virtual Class
with efficiency gains of up to 20% in the maintenance and upgrade of
critical infrastructure. As a result, leading water companies are pursuing a
design platform supported by BIM and geospatial technology, where the
end-to-end services are out-sourced to engineering consultants and
contractors. For success, all participants in the supply-chain require clear
vision, strong leadership, and standards definition with alignment of
infrastructure investment programs to the design and construction
processes. Learn how Autodesk Consulting is supporting several
customers as they respond to these challenges. The adoption of an
Autodesk 3D infrastructure design platform provides immediate benefits by
reducing design and construction costs with subsequent long term
payback through improved operational planning, proactive and real-time
maintenance, more efficient fieldworkers, and sustainable asset
management.
This class will take an in-depth look at MidCoast Water (a regional water    UT333-2    Lecture
utility in Australia), and how they went about implementing Autodesk
Topobase Web and Client. As well as sharing their learnings and best
practices to help you maximize your investment in Autodesk Topobase,
the class will highlight their innovative use of Autodesk Topobase to help
address many of the business and operational issues that are common to
utilities. So whether you are contemplating Autodesk Topobase, or already
have it successfully up running, this is the class for you.

Golden Valley Electric Association (GVEA), located in the extremes of the UT220-3U      Unconference
Alaskan Interior, recently underwent a migration of their GIS system to
Autodesk Topobase. This class, presented with a GVEA employee, will
focus on the data migration itself and the efficiencies, ease of use, and
business case solutions gained. We will discuss how a custom migration
project resulted in exactly the Autodesk Topobase Client interface desired
by GVEA and how the system has improved their day-to-day data
maintenance activities. We will also discuss the current integration of the
system with GVEA's highly custom Autodesk MapGuide® 6.5 solution, and
the plans to migrate this application to Autodesk MapGuide Enterprise and
Autodesk Topobase Web in the near future.

Most customers considering Autodesk Topobase as a solution will already UT314-1C        Product Clinic
have some form of asset management in place, and hence, a data store of
their assets. This presentation is a detailed look at how to approach the
task of transforming an existing dataset to a format that Topobase will
work with, and some of the hurdles you will face along the way. You can
expect to learn a structured approach to the task of data migration, the
importance of cleansing your source data, how to build re-runable
migration scripts, how to deal with a moving data source, and dealing with
the expectations of the Autodesk Topobase data model. Finally, we'll look
at data verification techniques that ensure a sound migration.
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                         Class Description                                        ID          Type
In this class we will show you how we worked with a large city to revise       UT319-2    Lecture
their workflow for the creation, maintenance, and updating of the
wastewater utilities data. To begin, we developed new tools for the
engineering staff to use for utility drafting. These AutoCAD Map tools
allow drafters to easily and efficiently draw utilities while enforcing data
integrity, numbering, layering, and connectivity. We then used Autodesk
MapGuide Enterprise to deliver the mapping and database information
while allowing selected staff to perform attribute editing. Users can
communicate more complicated editing requests through a robust redline
management tool integrated within the Autodesk MapGuide Enterprise
framework that creates, saves, distributes, and manages these redlines.
In addition, the framework provides users with the ability to view over five
terabytes of TV inspections, videos, and photos from field surveys.
Websoft developed scripts to synchronize the various data sources using
Safe Software FME®.

One of the key objectives of Autodesk Utility Design (AUD) is to provide       UT234-2    Lecture
functionality that allows a planner/designer to quickly build a design and
engineer according to standards, and produce a bill of materials for this
design. The Design and Engineering processes are tightly coupled: a small
change in Design can have a big impact on the Engineering results. For
example, modifying the size of a wire may have impacts including changes
to the attachment height of the crossarm on the pole and the type of
crossarm used. At Southern California Edison, we have standardized on
AUD software as our transmission and distribution graphical design tool to
unify design, specification, and construction processes. In this class, we
will demonstrate how we use overhead design and engineering
functionality in AUD, and how this functionality has been evolved from 2D
to 3D.
Learn how to create, replicate, or maintain an Autodesk Topobase schema UT320-1C          Product Clinic
using XML and/or innovative power tools. Improve your Autodesk
Topobase administration skills. The class will describe a number of
common techniques for developing, delivering, and maintaining your
Autodesk Topobase schema. Find the answers to the following questions:
How can I use Autodesk Topobase administrator to create or export my
schema? What tools are currently available for creating, copying, or
exporting schemas? What are the do's and don'ts when creating,
deploying, and maintaining your Autodesk Topobase schema? How and
when should I use the API for modifying or creating my Autodesk
Topobase schema? Learn more about the elements in a Autodesk
Topobase schema and about the tools and techniques to manipulate them.
This class will benefit engineering professionals, CAD and IT managers,
as well as the one-person shop. Basic Autodesk Topobase knowledge is
highly recommended.
While Electric and Gas Utilities use different software and systems, terms, UT330-3U      Unconference
equipment, and are regulated by differing entities, they all tend to utilize a
common overall business process with similar tasks. Understanding how
these tasks join into a specific business process is critical to optimizing a
Utilities plan/design/construct/operate business cycle. It is also critical to
understand the tasks in the business process, and to assure information is
collected during the process that allows the Utility to operate the system
after it is constructed. In this class, we will review the generic business
process model and discuss how to map it to a specific business process.
We will review common bottlenecks and how they can be addressed with
technology and process improvements. Finally, we will review industry
best practices, and how companies in North America have leveraged
software and systems to optimize their collection of data within overall
processes.
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                         Class Description                                         ID          Type
One of the key features of a successful project is the proactive                UT419-2U   Unconference
management of risk. Using events and scenarios from major projects
completed by Autodesk Consulting, Shashi will introduce the core
concepts for successful risk management. Primarily focused on utility
customers in the water and telecommunications industries, best practices
regarding how to identify and mitigate risk while balancing cost will be
explored. Learn how to look for risks, prevent them from becoming major
issues impacting the project, and differentiate between severity and priority
for the customers business requirements. Using a case study exploring a
recent project, the methods, tools, and techniques used, and steps taken
to overcome a project-stopping risk will be elaborated. Learn the
processes used to identify areas for customer discussion, difficult
questions asked, situations recognized, and decisions made to convert to
a win-win situation that ultimately result in the successful closeout of the
project
Data flow within the utility business process can be very complex,              UT330-4V   Virtual Class
especially considering the various systems and solutions that need to
communicate providing or receiving information from one another. The
trend in the industry has been to endure redundancy of data input and
multiple copies of the same data across various solution data sets.
Attempts to improve the situation with point-to-point interfaces have
helped, but with the tools and solutions available today, a Single Point of
Truth can be achieved. Built around a data warehouse concept, data
within the business process can be deposited into the data warehouse at
the right point in the process, making the information available to all other
systems and solutions that need access. Using the Initiate-Plan-Execute-
Close utility workflow model, this class will explore how the Single Point of
Truth data warehouse can be applied to streamline the flow of data within
the utility business process.
Data flow within the utility business process can be very complex,              UT314-2V   Virtual Class
especially considering the various systems and solutions that need to
communicate providing or receiving information from one another. The
trend in the industry has been to endure redundancy of data input and
multiple copies of the same data across various solution data sets.
Attempts to improve the situation with point-to-point interfaces have
helped, but with the tools and solutions available today, a Single Point of
Truth can be achieved. Built around a data warehouse concept, data
within the business process can be deposited into the data warehouse at
the right point in the process, making the information available to all other
systems and solutions that need access. Using the Initiate-Plan-Execute-
Close utility workflow model, this class will explore how the Single Point of
Truth data warehouse can be applied to streamline the flow of data within
the utility business process.
Configuring Autodesk Utility Design for the first time can seem like a          UT416-2L   Hands-On Lab
daunting task. However, with the new RUS configuration you can be up
and designing in no time. This class is designed to give you firsthand
experience with the new RUS configuration for Autodesk Utility Design.
Together we will explore the functionality available through this new tool,
and what you will need to get up and running quickly. When you have
completed this class, you will be able to lay out a design, run Autodesk
Utility Design engineering calculations, and create a staking sheet with this
exciting new tool from the Autodesk Consulting team.
With the acquisition of BOSS StormNET software, Autodesk now provides           UT220-1    Lecture
the tools to perform advanced system-wide water resources analysis. In
this class, you will learn how to use AutoCAD Map 3D and the Autodesk
Storm and Sanitary Analysis Extension to perform city or region-wide
sewer master planning. You will learn about developing the network model,
using zip-code-based population forecasts to estimate wastewater inflows,
performing analysis runs, displaying results, and calculating investment
costs. The focus will be on leveraging Autodesk software tools to save
time and facilitate analyzing design alternatives.
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Learn how to customize Autodesk Topobase to manage smart grid                UT320-2V       Virtual Class
networks, including solar and wind energy facilities. Autodesk Topobase
offers the tools to create and optimize a data model for all the types of
records you need to manage. This class presents step-by-step instructions
for extending the Autodesk Topobase Electric data model for managing
devices and workflows typically needed in a smart grid network. Utility
managers and users of Autodesk Topobase will be able to take these
steps and implement them on their own data models. Examples from two
utilities will show the practical use of Autodesk Topobase with a smart grid
utility network.
Learn how to customize Autodesk Topobase to manage smart grid                UT334-1V       Virtual Class
networks, including solar and wind energy facilities. Autodesk Topobase
offers the tools to create and optimize a data model for all the types of
records you need to manage. This class presents step-by-step
instructions for extending the Autodesk Topobase Electric data model for
managing devices and workflows typically needed in a smart grid network.
Utility managers and users of Autodesk Topobase will be able to take
these steps and implement them on their own data models. Examples
from two utilities will show the practical use of Autodesk Topobase with a
smart grid utility network.
Independent telephone companies share many of the same business and UT234-1                 Lecture
technical challenges in geographic information systems (GIS) with utility
suppliers and government agencies. In 2003, Ponderosa Telephone
implemented an end-to-end technology-integrated GIS solution to increase
the value of their GIS data. This solution has helped Ponderosa
streamline workflows by integrating global positioning satellite (GPS) data
with their GIS as well as providing maps to field technicians. Maintaining
maps and data in a true GIS environment has also given them the ability to
perform GIS analysis to do budget planning for future sites as well as
automate Form 477 reporting.

Round-tripping information between a CAD design solution, GIS system,          UT422-1      Lecture
and asset management system (AMS) is a goal many utilities aspire to.
Streamlining workflows and increasing productivity are key objectives for
most organizations. These goals can be realized by reducing re-drafting
between the design system and the GIS or by reducing duplicate data
entry and maintenance tasks between the GIS and the AMS. This
approach also improves data quality and accuracy with the potential for
further operational efficiencies. Anchorage (AK) Municipal Light & Power
has undertaken a project to deploy a new GIS (Autodesk® Topobase™),
integrate it with their existing design solution (Autodesk Utility Design) and
the existing asset management system (PowerPlant). This class will
discuss some of the issues faced, lessons learned, and best practices for
designing and implementing such a project and present the solution
architecture and integration methods used.

Autodesk Utility Design is a product of significant interest to many utilities   UT430-2U   Unconference
as a technology to improve design practices. Like other enterprise
technologies, the risks in implementing Autodesk Utility Design can be
minimized by employing highly skilled personnel who use proven
implementation processes. Autodesk Consulting and Spatial Network
Solutions have implemented many Autodesk Utility Design projects over
the past several years. This class focuses on real-world implementation
experience for how to best structure an Autodesk Utility Design
implementation project. The focus on the project team, project
organization, and on implementation approach and processes. Jason and
Adley realize that each customer and each project is unique, however,
there are key concepts and lessons that can be applied that have been
proven to help ensure implementation success.
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                        Class Description                                      ID           Type
Utility infrastructure and workflow processes have never been more in the UT330-2       Panel
public eye—smart grids, smart water, renewable energy, clean water, and
aging infrastructure are all coming together to put unprecedented demands
on utility executives and managers. Our panelists will take us on a tour of
global processes and technology innovation that is helping utilities plan,
design, and manage these rapid changes to their infrastructure. Learn
about recent product enhancements in support of these processes and get
sneak previews of new technology that will help the industry move toward
BIM for utilities.

The recent release of Autodesk® Storm and Sanitary Analysis Extension UT322-2           Lecture
enables AutoCAD® Civil 3D® users to dynamically model gravity piping
hydraulics of both stormwater and sanitary sewer layouts, while correlating
dynamically with AutoCAD Civil 3D. As more robust and advanced gravity
flow modeling systems are needed, this class will help to better
characterize the use of the latest extension for AutoCAD Civil 3D. In this
class, we will diagram and correlate workflows and scopes among
engineers, project managers, designers, and reviewers during design in a
real-time project setting. This class will demonstrate specific examples
and techniques for integrating this tool into the user's workflow, while also
providing a broader view of the total workplace environment to include the
entire project delivery team, modeling engineer, CAD designer, QA/QC
reviewer, and project manager.

By the end of this 2-hour lab, we will have set up several Autodesk         UT433-3L    Hands-On Lab
MapGuide sites and functions that may be required in the day-to-day
running of a utility. We will create several examples: an Autodesk
MapGuide site that will show the topology model, which changes based on
the parent specified in the calling URL; a PHP web page that creates a
report of required information from a data source that is not connected to
Autodesk MapGuide; a form that places an Autodesk MapGuide map,
which is centered on the required asset, in predefined position; and a form
which will allow an end user to tell the asset team there are problems with
a current asset or asset information. We will be using Oracle for all the
data sources, and be creating views which will enable us to "pull" various
pieces of data from different systems and combine them into an integrated
data source. All custom functions will be written in PHP or JavaScript.

The Flemish Organization for Water Distribution (VMW) wanted to optimize UT416-1        Lecture
the workflow between the design department, working with AutoCAD LT®
and the GIS departments working with Intergraph®. In the past five years,
we reimplemented different Autodesk® products for the architecture,
engineering, and construction industry. A switch was made from 2D
sketches to detailed 3D projects, and, so they could design more
intelligently, they moved to AutoCAD Map 3D. The next step was the
storage of all the measured data in a centralized spatial database created
with Oracle® Spatial. AutoCAD Map 3D makes it possible to integrate
CAD designs in the GIS system of the VMW data. VMW really is a true
example of progress along the Autodesk geospatial value chain. During
the class, we will explain how they did it, including growing pains, but
focusing mainly on the achieved successes.

Esse curso foi projetado para oferecer soluções profissionais de forma      AB222-4V    Virtual Class
rápida, eficiente e inteligente no dia-a-dia, na área de Multimídia para
Visualização Arquitetônica. O principal objetivo é ter uma visão geral da
solução Autodesk® para essa disciplina e entender como interagir um
filme com o modelo virtual.
Esse curso foi projetado para oferecer soluções profissionais de forma      AB210-6V    Virtual Class
rápida, eficiente e inteligente no dia-a-dia, na área de Multimídia para
Visualização Arquitetônica. O principal objetivo é ter uma visão geral da
solução Autodesk® para essa disciplina e entender como interagir um
filme com o modelo virtual.
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                        Class Description                                        ID          Type
Aprenda a criar uma família de janela, utilizando modelagem de sólidos e AB208-3V        Virtual Class
vazios. A utilização de Planos de Referência e como apresentar, de forma
diferente, os objetos em 2D e 3D. Durante o treinamento também veremos
os diversos tipos de parâmetros: compartilhados e internos e faremos
associações entre os objetos e os parâmetros. Porque trabalhar com
Nested Families e definir mais de um padrão de família no mesmo
arquivo. Este curso irá aumentar sua capacitação na criação de novas
famílias. Não somente janelas, mas qualquer tipo de família que precise
desenvolver.
Aprenda a criar uma família de janela, utilizando modelagem de sólidos e AB220-7V        Virtual Class
vazios. A utilização de Planos de Referência e como apresentar, de forma
diferente, os objetos em 2D e 3D. Durante o treinamento também veremos
os diversos tipos de parâmetros: Compartilhados e Internos e faremos
associações entre os objetos e os parâmetros. Porque trabalhar com
Nested Families e definir mais de um padrão de família no mesmo
arquivo. Este curso irá aumentar sua capacitação na criação de novas
famílias. Não somente janelas, mas qualquer tipo de família que precise
desenvolver.
Nesta sessão apresentaremos algumas técnicas avançadas para a              AB220-6V      Virtual Class
criação e utilização de famílias paramétricas no Autodesk® Revit®
Architecture. Apresentaremos a melhor prática de modelagem de famílias
através do uso de planos de referência. Explicaremos a diferença entre
parâmetros de instância e de tipo. Aprenderemos a utilizar fórmulas nos
parâmetros das famílias. Mostraremos como aproveitar bibliotecas de
blocos em 2D criadas no AutoCAD para criar famílias de múltiplas vistas.
Aprenderemos a criar famílias de anotações que utilizam parâmetros
compartilhados. Utilizaremos o parâmetros de controle de visibilidade para
acomodar objetos diferentes na mesma família. Aprenderemos a criar
famílias aninhadas com ligação automática entre seus parâmetros.
Criaremos uma família cujo catálogo de parâmetros será armazenado
num arquivo de texto. Explicaremos como criar uma família de painel de
parede cortina baseada no padrão e como utilizá-la na racionalização de
uma superfície complexa.

Nesta sessão apresentaremos algumas técnicas avançadas para a              AB208-4V      Virtual Class
criação e utilização de famílias paramétricas no Autodesk® Revit®
Architecture. Apresentaremos a melhor prática de modelagem de famílias
através do uso de planos de referência. Explicaremos a diferença entre
parâmetros de instância e de tipo. Aprenderemos a utilizar fórmulas nos
parâmetros das famílias. Mostraremos como aproveitar bibliotecas de
blocos em 2D criadas no AutoCAD para criar famílias de múltiplas vistas.
Aprenderemos a criar famílias de anotações que utilizam parâmetros
compartilhados. Utilizaremos o parâmetros de controle de visibilidade para
acomodar objetos diferentes na mesma família. Aprenderemos a criar
famílias alinhadas com ligação automática entre seus parâmetros.
Criaremos uma família cujo catálogo de parâmetros será armazenado
num arquivo de texto. Explicaremos como criar uma família de painel de
parede cortina baseada em padrão e como utilizá-la na racionalização de
uma superfície complexa.

Integração multidisciplinar de projetos, utilizando modelos de Arquitetura,   AB210-5V   Virtual Class
Estruturas e AutoCAD® MEP, análise energética de edificios

Integração multidisciplinar de projetos, utilizando modelos de Arquitetura,   AB222-6V   Virtual Class
Estruturas e AutoCAD® MEP, análise energética de edificios

Esse curso foi projetado para oferecer soluções profissionais de forma        AB212-4V   Virtual Class
rápida, eficiente e inteligente no dia-a-dia da área de Sistemas
Hidráulicos. O principal objetivo é ter uma visão geral das soluções
Autodesk para esta disciplina e entender que esse produto permite o
melhor aproveitamento na melhora da coordenação multi-disciplinar da
documentação de concepção sistema de análise, minimização erros e
aumento da colaboração entre equipes de engenharia estrutural e
arquitetura.
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                        Class Description                                       ID          Type
Esse curso foi projetado para oferecer soluções profissionais de forma       AB224-6V   Virtual Class
rápida, eficiente e inteligente no dia-a-dia da área de Sistemas
Hidráulicos. O principal objetivo é ter uma visão geral das soluções
Autodesk para essa disciplina e entender que esse produto permite o
melhor aproveitamento na melhora da coordenação multi-disciplinar da
documentação de concepção sistema de análise, minimização erros e
aumento da colaboração entre equipes de engenharia estrutural e
arquitetura.
Como modelar terrenos em Autodesk® Revit® Architecture, criando              AB224-4V   Virtual Class
plataformas e taludes, ajustando o terreno à plataforma de trabalho, e
obtendo medições de terras e cortes de perfil.
Como modelar terrenos em Autodesk® Revit® Architecture, criando              AB212-5V   Virtual Class
plataformas e taludes, ajustando o terreno à plataforma de trabalho, e
obtendo medições de terras e cortes de perfil.
Nesta sessão apresentaremos algumas técnicas avançadas para o                AB212-3V   Virtual Class
desenvolvimento de projetos de edifícios utilizando os recursos
paramétricos do Autodesk® Revit® Architecture. Utilizaremos o
modelador de massas para a criação da volumetria do edifício. Criaremos
os pavimentos, a pele de vidro, os shafts e tabelas de áreas
automaticamente a partir deste volume. Mostraremos como lançar uma
estrutura preliminar. Explicaremos a criação dos compartimentos do
andar, tipo, e sua organização em grupos. Apresentaremos um método
apropriado para gerenciamento de vistas, folhas, famílias e grupos através
do navegador de projeto do Revit. Ensinaremos como criar desenhos
detalhados e ampliações a partir do modelo BIM (modelagem de
informações da construção). Mostraremos como gerar tabelas de
quantificações de esquadrias, painéis de parede cortina, equipamentos,
materiais, acabamentos e listas de desenhos. Finalmente mostraremos
como gerar apresentações de alta qualidade do projeto usando o mental
ray®.
Nesta sessão apresentaremos algumas técnicas avançadas para o                AB224-5V   Virtual Class
desenvolvimento de projetos de edifícios utilizando os recursos
paramétricos do Autodesk® Revit® Architecture. Utilizaremos o
modelador de massas para a criação da volumetria do edifício. Criaremos
os pavimentos, a pele de vidro, os shafts e tabelas de áreas
automaticamente a partir deste volume. Mostraremos como lançar uma
estrutura preliminar. Explicaremos a criação dos compartimentos do
andar, tipo, e sua organização em grupos. Apresentaremos um método
apropriado para gerenciamento de vistas, folhas, famílias e grupos através
do navegador de projeto do Revit. Ensinaremos como criar desenhos
detalhados e ampliações a partir do modelo BIM (modelagem de
informações da construção). Mostraremos como gerar tabelas de
quantificações de esquadrias, painéis de parede cortina, equipamentos,
materiais, acabamentos e listas de desenhos. Finalmente mostraremos
como gerar apresentações de alta qualidade do projeto usando o mental
ray®.
Descubra como fazer telhados com madeira e telhas. Aprenda como              AB210-4V   Virtual Class
definir as peças de madeira e o posicionamento delas em cada fase.
Como modelar uma telha em 3D e usá-la no telhado. O curso mostrará o
passo a passo, detalhado.
Descubra como fazer telhados com madeiramento e telhas. Aprenda              AB222-5V   Virtual Class
como definir as peças de madeira e o posicionamento delas em cada
face. Como modelar uma telha em 3D e usá-la no telhado. O curso
mostrará o passo a passo, detalhado.
Esse curso foi projetado para oferecer soluções profissionais de forma       AB226-4V   Virtual Class
rápida, eficiente e inteligente no dia-a-dia das áreas de Estruturas
Metálicas e Concreto Armado. O principal objetivo é ter uma visão geral
das soluções Autodesk para essas disciplinas e entender que esses
produtos permitem o melhor aproveitamento na melhora da coordenação
multi-disciplinar da documentação de concepção estrutural, minimizar
erros e aumentar a colaboração entre equipes de engenharia estrutural e
arquitetura.
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                       Class Description                                      ID          Type
Esse curso foi projetado para oferecer soluções profissionais de forma     AB214-4V   Virtual Class
rápida, eficiente e inteligente no dia-a-dia das áreas de Estruturas
Metálicas e Concreto Armado. O principal objetivo é ter uma visão geral
das soluções Autodesk para essas disciplinas e entender que esses
produtos permitem o melhor aproveitamento na melhora da coordenação
multi-disciplinar da documentação de concepção estrutural, minimizar
erros e aumentar a colaboração entre equipes de engenharia estrutural e
arquitetura.
As dimensões AEC são objetos usados para medir os componentes de           AB226-3V   Virtual Class
um modelo 3D feito no AutoCAD® Architecture, como o comprimento de
uma parede ou a largura de uma porta. O AutoCAD® Architecture oferece
diversos métodos para calcular automaticamente as dimensões de
diversos tipos de objetos. No AutoCAD® Architecture os dois métodos de
dimensionamento são: as ferramentas tradicionais do dimensionamento
do AutoCAD e as novas ferramentas de dimensionamento AEC. Ambos
os métodos têm o tipo automático e manual para o dimensionamento das
entidades. Você pode usar ambos métodos simultaneamente em um
desenho no AutoCAD® Architecture. As ferramentas tradicionais de
dimensionamento do AutoCAD® Architecture são muito conhecidas e
usadas em torno do mundo. Neste curso você aprenderá a configurar e
usar as dimensões AEC.
As dimensões AEC são objetos usados para medir os componentes de           AB214-5V   Virtual Class
um modelo 3D feito no AutoCAD® Architecture , como o comprimento de
uma parede ou a largura de uma porta. O AutoCAD® Architecture oferece
diversos métodos para calcular automaticamente as dimensões de
diversos tipos de objetos. No AutoCAD® Architecture os dois métodos de
dimensionamento são: As ferramentas tradicionais do dimensionamento
do AutoCAD e as novas ferramentas de dimensionamento AEC. Ambos
os métodos têm o tipo automático e manual para o dimensionamento das
entidades. Você pode usar ambos métodos simultaneamente em um
desenho no AutoCAD® Architecture. As ferramentas tradicionais de
dimensionamento do AutoCAD são muito conhecidas e usadas em torno
do mundo. Neste curso você aprenderá a configurar e usar as dimensões
AEC.
Você possui o hardware mais recente e mais rápido, e ainda assim está      AC214-3V   Virtual Class
experimentando lentidão no seu AutoCAD®? Neste curso, você aprenderá
como acelerar o seu AutoCAD para alcançar uma ótima performance no
seu trabalho.
Você possui o hardware mais recente e mais rápido, e ainda assim está      AC224-4V   Virtual Class
experimentando lentidão no seu AutoCAD®? Neste curso, você aprenderá
como acelerar o seu AutoCAD para alcançar uma ótima performance no
seu trabalho.
Os recursos de parametrização 2D são os responsáveis por tornar os         AC212-1V   Virtual Class
seus projetos realmente inteligentes, facilitando a criação e edição dos
seus desenhos de uma forma como você nunca tinha imaginado antes.
Este curso ensinará o passo a passo para que você possa utilizar a
parametrização e ganhar mais produtividade em seus projetos. Serão
mostradas também dicas e truques para que você se torne um expert em
parametrização. Esta classe beneficiará profissionais da engenharia,
mecânica, arquitetura, gerentes de CAD, assim como qualquer outro
usuário. Os participantes deverão ter conhecimentos gerais sobre o
AutoCAD®.
Os recursos de parametrização 2D são os responsáveis por tornar os         AC226-3V   Virtual Class
seus projetos realmente inteligentes, facilitando a criação e edição dos
seus desenhos de uma forma como você nunca tinha imaginado antes.
Este curso ensinará o passo a passo para que você possa utilizar a
parametrização e ganhar mais produtividade em seus projetos. Serão
mostradas também dicas e truques para que você se torne um expert em
parametrização. Esta classe beneficiará profissionais de engenharia,
mecânica, arquitetura, gerentes de CAD, assim como qualquer outro
usuário. Os participantes deverão ter conhecimentos gerais sobre o
AutoCAD®.
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                       Class Description                                      ID           Type
Esta classe tem por objetivo mostrar aos usuários de AutoCAD® os            AC220-2V   Virtual Class
recursos, as vantagens, e em especial, como utilizar as Annotation Scales
(Escalas de Anotação) e Sheet Set Manager (Gerenciador de Conjunto de
Folhas) de forma prática e produtiva. As Annotation Scales permitem que
um objeto seja do tipo anotativo, e com isto suas dimensões se alteram
automaticamente, refletindo a situação de visualização da Viewport ou do
Model Space. Lembrando que os seguintes objetos podem ser anotativos
: Textos (text e Mtext), Dimensões/cotas (Dimensions), Hachuras (Hatch
Patterns), Multi-leaders (Setas Múltiplas) e Blocos (Block). O uso do Sheet
Set Manager permitirá que de forma digital possamos organizar todas as
pranchas de nossos projetos, controlando de forma eficiente e prática
este processo. Esta classe beneficiará profissionais das mais variadas
áreas que utilizam o AutoCAD como ferramenta de trabalho no seu dia a
dia (Engenharias, Arquitetura, Design (de produto, de interiores), etc.).


Esta classe tem por objetivo mostrar aos usuários de AutoCAD® os            AC208-1V   Virtual Class
recursos, as vantagens e em especial, como utilizar as Annotation Scales
(Escalas de Anotação) e Sheet Set Manager (Gerenciador de Conjunto de
Folhas) de forma prática e produtiva. As Annotation Scales permitem que
um objeto seja do tipo anotativo e com isto suas dimensões se alteram
automaticamente, refletindo a situação de visualização da Viewport ou do
Model Space. Lembrando que os seguintes objetos podem ser anotativos
: Textos (text e Mtext), Dimensões/cotas (Dimensions), Hachuras (Hatch
Patterns), Multi-leaders (Setas Múltiplas) e Blocos (Block). O uso do Sheet
Set Manager permitirá que de forma digital possamos organizar todas as
pranchas de nossos projetos, controlando de forma eficiente e prática
este processo. Esta classe beneficiará profissionais das mais variadas
áreas que utilizam o AutoCAD como ferramenta de trabalho no seu dia a
dia (Engenharias, Arquitetura, Design (de produto, de interiores), etc.).


As Ferramentas Express são um conjunto de ferramentas adicionais para    AC214-1V      Virtual Class
o seu AutoCAD. Elas existem desde o R14, onde eram chamadas de
Bônus, a partir da versão 2000 passaram a se chamar Express. As
primeiras versões eram pagas, mas a partir do AutoCAD 2002, as
Ferramentas Express podem ser instaladas junto com o AutoCAD, ou
depois. Algumas ferramentas foram incorporadas ao AutoCAD. Você sabe
como instalar as Ferramentas Express? Sabe usar os comandos? Tem
dúvidas sobre os principais comandos das Ferramentas Express? Quer
aprender comandos que lhe darão mais produtividade? Tem objetos
sobrepostos no seu desenho e não sabe como apagar? Precisa saber
quantos blocos tem e não quer contar um por um? Então este curso é
para você! Este curso ensinará como fazer tudo isso e as principais
Ferramentas Express.
As Ferramentas Express são um conjunto de ferramentas a mais para o      AC224-2V      Virtual Class
seu AutoCAD®. Elas existem desde o R14, onde eram chamadas de
Bônus, a partir da versão 2000 passaram a se chamar Express. As
primeiras versões eram pagas, mas a partir do AutoCAD 2002, as
Ferramentas Express podem ser instaladas junto com o AutoCAD, ou
depois. Algumas ferramentas foram incorporadas ao AutoCAD. Você sabe
como instalar as Ferramentas Express? Sabe usar os comandos? Tem
dúvidas sobre os principais comandos das Ferramentas Express? Quer
aprender comandos que lhe darão mais produtividade? Tem objetos
sobrepostos no seu desenho e não sabe como apagar? Precisa saber
quantos blocos tem e não quer contar um por um? Então este curso é
para você! Este curso ensinará como fazer tudo isso com as principais
Ferramentas Express.
Apresentação do uso das escalas anotativas abrangendo a configuração,    AC208-3V      Virtual Class
aplicação, alteração e montagem de folhas no Paper Space com
Viewports utilizando as escalas anotativas.
Apresentação do uso das escalas anotativas abrangendo a configuração,    AC212-2V      Virtual Class
aplicação, alteração e montagem de folhas no Paper Space com
Viewports utilizando as escalas anotativas.
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                        Class Description                                        ID          Type
O AutoCAD 2011 está introduzindo um novo browser e um novo editor             AC222-4V   Virtual Class
para materiais. O browser fornece maneiras de encontrar e escolher
rapidamente materiais. O editor possui uma nova interface para editar os
materiais novos. Neste curso, você descobrirá como criar seus materiais e
texturas no AutoCAD 2011.
AutoCAD 2011 está introduzindo um novo browser e um novo editor para          AC220-5V   Virtual Class
materiais. O browser fornece maneiras de encontrar e escolher
rapidamente materiais. O editor possui uma nova interface para editar os
materiais novos. Neste curso, você descobrirá como criar seus materiais e
texturas no AutoCAD 2011.
Nos dias de hoje é comum a necessidade de que nossos projetos sejam           AC222-3V   Virtual Class
aproveitados em aplicações como o Autodesk 3ds Max e Autodesk 3ds
Max Design e no Autodesk® Revit® Architecture (vale o mesmo para o
Autodesk Revit MEP e Structure). Veremos como obter o melhor
aproveitamento no Revit e/ou Autodesk 3ds Max dos projetos oriundos do
AutoCAD e AutoCAD Architectural, observações e dicas de como preparar
o DWG para ser utilizado nestas aplicações. Dicas de como aproveitar os
novos recursos da linha 2011 que permite que materiais (texturas) sejam
aplicados no AutoCAD e sejam diretamente aproveitados tanto no Revit
quanto no Autodesk 3ds Max. Também abordaremos a utilização dos
arquivos Autodesk FBX®.
Nos dias de hoje é comum a necessidade de que nossos projetos serem           AC210-4V   Virtual Class
aproveitados em aplicações como o Autodesk 3ds Max e Autodesk 3ds
Max Design e no Revit AutoCAD Architecture (vale o mesmo para o
Autodesk Revit MEP e Structure). Veremos como ter o melhor
aproveitamento no Revit e/ou Autodesk 3ds Max dos projetos oriundos do
AutoCAD e AutoCAD Architectural, observações e dicas de como preparar
o DWG para ser utilizado nestas aplicações. Dicas de como aproveitar os
novos recursos da linha 2011 que permite que materiais (texturas) sejam
aplicados no AutoCAD e sejam diretamente aproveitados tanto no Revit
quanto no Autodesk 3ds Max. Também abordaremos a utilização dos
arquivos Autodesk FBX®.
Aprenda como criar seus blocos dinâmicos e como usar os recursos de           AC220-6V   Virtual Class
parametrização em seus blocos dinâmicos. Este curso ensinará passo a
passo como utilizar esses recursos e ganhar mais produtividade em seu
trabalho. Com a parametrização em seus blocos dinâmicos, você terá
blocos mais inteligentes e isso facilitará a criação e edição dos desenhos
para qualquer área de trabalho, seja mecânica ou arquitetura por exemplo.
Você poderá usar esses blocos com mais agilidade incorporando-os ao
seu arquivo modelo (DWT). Esta classe beneficiará profissionais de
engenharia, mecânica, arquitetura, gerentes de CAD, assim como
qualquer outro usuário. Os participantes deverão ter conhecimentos gerais
sobre o AutoCAD®.
Aprenda como criar seus blocos dinâmicos e como usar os recursos de           AC210-2V   Virtual Class
parametrização em seus blocos dinâmicos. Este curso ensinará todos os
passos para que você possa usar esses recursos e ganhar mais
produtividade em seu trabalho. Com a parametrização em seus blocos
dinâmicos, você terá blocos mais inteligentes e isso facilitará a criação e
edição dos desenhos para qualquer área de trabalho, seja mecânica ou
arquitetura por exemplo. Você poderá usar esses blocos com mais
agilidade incorporando-os ao seu arquivo modelo (DWT). Esta classe
beneficiará profissionais de engenharia mecânica, arquitetura, gerentes de
CAD, assim como qualquer outro usuário. Os participantes deverão ter
conhecimentos gerais sobre o AutoCAD®.
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                        Class Description                                       ID          Type
A modelagem de superfícies no AutoCAD 2011 nos oferece dois tipos           AC224-3V    Virtual Class
distintos de superfícies, temos as do tipo Procedural e as NURBS
(nonuniform rational bspline). Você aprenderá como criar ambos tipos de
superfícies, como editá-las, convertê-las, verificar possíveis imperfeições
com o uso de ferramentas de análise de superfícies. E até mesmo, se
necessário, reconstruir superfícies em alguns casos. Enfim, verificará
como podemos tirar o máximo proveito com o uso de superfícies no
AutoCAD. Esta classe beneficiará profissionais das áreas de Engenharias
(mecânica, civil, topografia e outras), Arquitetura, Design (de produto, de
interiores), assim como qualquer outro usuário. Os participantes deverão
ter conhecimentos gerais sobre o AutoCAD.

A modelagem de superfícies no AutoCAD 2011 nos oferece dois tipos           AC214-2V    Virtual Class
distintos de superfícies, temos as do tipo Procedural e as NURBS
(nonuniform rational bspline). Você aprenderá como criar ambos tipos de
superfícies, como editá-las, convertê-las, verificar possíveis imperfeições
com o uso de ferramentas de análise de superfícies. E até mesmo, se
necessário, reconstruir superfícies em alguns casos. Enfim, verificará
como podemos tirar o máximo proveito com o uso de superfícies no
AutoCAD. Esta classe beneficiará profissionais das áreas de Engenharias
(mecânica, civil, topografia e outras), Arquitetura, Design (de produto, de
interiores), assim como qualquer outro usuário. Os participantes deverão
ter conhecimentos gerais sobre o AutoCAD.

O AutoCAD Civil 3D permite a elaboração e a manipulação de modelos           CV214-1V   Virtual Class
complexos para projetos de sistemas viários, urbanização, energia,
canalizações, redes de tubulações, terraplenagem e demais projetos de
infraestrutura urbana. A principal característica do AutoCAD Civil 3D está
na velocidade de resposta fornecida nos estudos de viabilidade dos
empreendimentos e nas eventuais mudanças do escopo do projeto
durante o seu desenvolvimento. Outra possibilidade interessante para a
engenharia civil esta na elaboração do modelo 3D real do
empreendimento permitindo aos projetistas, engenheiros, arquitetos e
construtores navegar pelo modelo e verificar eventuais interferências e
irregularidades relacionadas aos padrões normativos, além da
possibilidade do levantamento de quantitativos e custos de uma maneira
muito mais inteligente. De uma forma geral, com o modelo 3D do
empreendimento em mãos é possível realmente testar o empreendimento
antes mesmo de construí-lo.
O AutoCAD Civil 3D permite a elaboração e manipulação de modelos             Cv220-5V   Virtual Class
complexos para projetos de sistemas viários, urbanização, energia,
canalizações, redes de tubulações, terraplenagem e demais projetos de
infraestrutura urbana. A principal característica do AutoCAD Civil 3D está
na velocidade de resposta fornecida nos estudos de viabilidade dos
empreendimentos e nas eventuais mudanças do escopo do projeto
durante o seu desenvolvimento. Outra possibilidade interessante para a
engenharia civil esta na elaboração do modelo 3D real do
empreendimento permitindo aos projetistas, engenheiros, arquitetos e
construtores navegar pelo modelo e verificar eventuais interferências e
irregularidades relacionadas aos padrões normativos. Além da
possibilidade do levantamento de quantitativos e custos de uma maneira
muito mais inteligente. De uma forma geral, com o modelo 3D do
empreendimento em mãos é possível realmente testar o empreendimento
antes mesmo de construí-lo.
Os produtos da plataforma Geoespacial da Autodesk serão apresentados         CV212-2V   Virtual Class
solucionando diversos problemas de Prefeituras
Os produtos da plataforma Geoespacial da Autodesk serão apresentados         CV208-2V   Virtual Class
solucionando diversos problemas de Prefeituras
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                       Class Description                                      ID          Type
Está curioso para saber o que é .NET? Nesta classe iremos apresentar a     CP222-2V   Virtual Class
informação básica que você precisa para começar a escrever seu próprios
aplicativos .NET baseados na interface de programação AutoCAD .NET .
Esta classe inclui os seguintes fundamentos: uma revisão do Framework
.NET e sua aplicação para programadores; como escrever seu primeiro
complemento em AutoCAD .NET ; interações com usuário; discussão da
estrutura de vários dados DWG"; como adicionar entidades CAD ao banco
de dados DWG"; e como percorrer todas as entidades presentes no
DWG".
Está curioso para saber o que é .NET? Nesta classe iremos apresentar a     CP212-3V   Virtual Class
informação básica que você precisa para começar a escrever seu próprios
aplicativos .NET baseados na interface de programação AutoCAD .NET .
Esta classe inclui os seguintes fundamentos: uma revisão do Framework
.NET e sua aplicação para programadores; como escrever seu primeiro
complemento em AutoCAD .NET ; interações com usuário; discussão da
estrutura de vários dados DWG"; como adicionar entidades CAD ao banco
de dados DWG"; e como percorrer todas as entidades presentes no
DWG".
Nesta classe virtual será demonstrado passo-à-passo como configurar o      CP226-3V   Virtual Class
ambiente de desenvolvimento e como desenvolver aplicações GIS Web
no Autodesk MapGuide Enterprise e Autodesk MapGuide OpenSource
utilizando a linguagem JAVA. Serão demonstrados os mecanismos para
debug e teste de performance. Serão apresentadas dicas e truques para
tunning de aplicações GIS Web. Será também demonstrada a criação de
Mapas utilizando o Autodesk MapGuide Studio de dados vetoriais
existentes no Oracle Spatial.
Nesta classe virtual demonstraremos passo-à-passo como configurar o        CP214-2V   Virtual Class
ambiente de desenvolvimento e como desenvolver aplicações GIS Web
no Autodesk MapGuide Enterprise e Autodesk MapGuide OpenSource
utilizando a linguagem JAVA. Serão demonstrados os mecanismos para
debug e teste de performance. Serão apresentadas dicas e truques para
tunning de aplicações GIS Web. Será também demonstrada a criação de
Mapas utilizando o Autodesk MapGuide Studio de dados vetoriais
existentes no Oracle Spatial.
Sistema Integrado de Monitoramento através de GPS, cujo objetivo e a       CP226-2V   Virtual Class
gestão do transporte publico em tempo real utilizando ferramentas de Geo
processamento para visualização de 15000 veiculos
Sistema Integrado de Monitoramento através de GPS, cujo objetivo e a       CP220-6V   Virtual Class
gestão do transporte publico em tempo real utilizando ferramentas de Geo
processamento para visualização de 15000 veiculos
El uso de modelos virtuales introduce una nueva visión en el diseño de     AB230-1V   Virtual Class
arquitectura. En esta clase veremos a través de ejemplos del uso de
Autodesk® Revit® Architecture la manera en que una de las empresas de
diseño mas grandes del mundo lleva a cabo proyectos de variada escala,
desde Diseño de Interiores, Edificios en Torre, Complejos de Edificios
Múltiples o Planificación Urbana. En estos ejemplos se verá cómo HOK
usa con éxito el modelado de información de edificios, BIM, la
colaboración en equipos multidisciplinarios y la coordinación de la
información recibida.
El uso de modelos virtuales introduce una nueva visión en el diseño de     AB212-2V   Virtual Class
arquitectura. En esta clase veremos a través de ejemplos del uso de
Autodesk® Revit® Architecture la manera en que una de las empresas de
diseño mas grandes del mundo lleva a cabo proyectos de variada escala,
desde Diseño de Interiores, Edificios en Torre, Complejos de Edificios
múltiples o Planificación Urbana. En estos ejemplos se verá cómo HOK
usa con éxito el modelado de información de edificios, BIM, la
colaboración en equipos multidisciplinarios y la coordinación de la
información recibida.
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                        Class Description                                      ID           Type
Sin duda alguna una da las etapas más importantes al realizar el proyecto AB226-2V      Virtual Class
es la documentación, en esta llevamos a cabo la elaboración de los
detalles y la especificación de estos. Más allá de generar un modelo en
tres dimensiones, es necesario hacer la descripción correcta y minuciosa
de los elementos que componen nuestro proyecto, entonces saber hacerlo
se vuelve un reto muy importante, Por ello, en este curso usted aprenderá
a utilizar y ajustar plantillas de proyecto, a utilizar y modificar los niveles,
vistas y listados, así como etiquetar su proyecto.

Sin duda alguna una da las etapas más importantes al realizar el            AB214-2V    Virtual Class
proyecto es la documentación, en esta llevamos a cabo la elaboración de
los detalles y la especificación de estos. Más allá de generar un modelo
en tres dimensiones, es necesario hacer la descripción correcta y
minuciosa de los elementos que componen nuestro proyecto, entonces
saber hacerlo se vuelve un reto muy importante, Por ello, en este curso
usted aprenderá a utilizar y ajustar plantillas de proyecto, a utilizar y
modificar los niveles, vistas y listados, así como etiquetar su proyecto.

Muchas firmas y estudios de arquitectura ya se han adaptado a la             AB222-3V   Virtual Class
tecnología de Modelado de Información de Edificios, BIM, y están
generando cómodamente proyectos en Revit, al menos en lo que se
refiere a los planos de arquitectura. Qué sucede cuando otras disciplinas
(ingenieros estructurales, diseñadores de interiores, consultores en
instalaciones sanitarias, incendio, termomecánicas, etc.) se suman a
trabajar con BIM? Esto es sin duda una situación ideal para aprovechar
las ventajas de esta tecnología, pero requiere de una coordinación mucho
mayor para posibilitar el aprovechamiento y el flujo de información a través
de los diferentes modelos. En esta clase vamos a compartir los secretos
que hemos aprendido en nuestra firma luego de trabajar con BIM en
múltiples proyectos con profesionales de distintas disciplinas.

Muchas firmas y estudios de arquitectura ya se han adaptado a la          AB224-3V      Virtual Class
tecnología BIM (Building Information Modeling) y están generando
cómodamente proyectos en Revit, al menos en lo que se refiere a los
planos de arquitectura. Qué sucede cuando otras disciplinas (ingenieros
estructurales, diseñadores de interiores, consultores en instalaciones
sanitarias, incendio, termomecánicas, etc.) se suman a trabajar con BIM?
Esto es sin duda una situación ideal para aprovechar las ventajas de esta
tecnología, pero requiere de una coordinación mucho mayor para
posibilitar el aprovechamiento y el flujo de información a través de los
diferentes modelos. En esta clase vamos a compartir los secretos que
hemos aprendido en nuestra firma luego de trabajar con BIM en múltiples
proyectos con profesionales de distintas disciplinas.

Revisar en Revit las técnicas de asoleamiento de un modelo basado en su AB224-2V        Virtual Class
ubicación geográfica, así como la asignación de luces fotométricas que
combinado con el renderizado de mental ray® permita la obtención de
imágenes profesionales interiores y/o exteriores
Revisar en Revit las técnicas de asoleamiento de un modelo basado en su AB208-1V        Virtual Class
ubicación geográfica, así como la asignación de luces fotometricas que
combinado con el renderizado de mental ray permita la obtención de
imágenes profesionales interiores y/o exteriores
Una de las principales ventajas de las herramientas de modelado de       AB222-2V       Virtual Class
información (BIM) es la posibilidad de generar contenido capaz de
flexionarse al modificar sus propiedades. En esta clase exploraremos los
conceptos básicos del modelado paramétrico en Revit, la definición de
parámetros, y algunas técnicas avanzadas de manipulación de geometría,
incluyendo las incorporaciones en las versiones más recientes del
programa. Descubra para qué sirven y cómo se usan las herramientas de
modelado paramétrico de Autodesk Revit Architecture, para optimizar la
capacidad del contenido personalizado en sus proyectos.
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                         Class Description                                          ID          Type
Una de las principales ventajas de las herramientas de modelado de       AB210-2V           Virtual Class
información (BIM) es la posibilidad de generar contenido capaz de
flexionarse al modificar sus propiedades. En esta clase exploraremos los
conceptos básicos del modelado paramétrico en Revit, la definición de
parámetros, y algunas técnicas avanzadas de manipulación de geometría,
incluyendo las incorporaciones en las versiones más recientes del
programa. Descubra para qué sirven y cómo se usan las herramientas de
modelado paramétrico de Autodesk Revit Architecture, para optimizar la
capacidad del contenido personalizado en sus proyectos.

Esta es una selección de los temas más interesantes en los cuales el             AB220-5V   Virtual Class
conferencista ha participado en los grupos de discusión acerca de
Autodesk Revit Architecture durante el año 2010. El material ha sido
seleccionado de los foros de Autodesk y de los de AUGI®. Los asistentes
encontrarán soluciones ilustradas acerca de varios temas que el
conferencista ha clasificado en categorías distintas como: fácil,
intermedio, difícil, trucos, y... raros! Tal vez encuentre usted la solución a
aquel problema que ha querido resolver pero no ha podido aún.
Esta es una selección de los temas más interesantes en los cuales el             AB208-2V   Virtual Class
conferencista ha participado en los grupos de discusión acerca de
Autodesk Revit Architecture durante el año 2010. El material ha sido
seleccionado de los foros de Autodesk y de los de AUGI®. Los asistentes
encontrarán soluciones ilustradas acerca de varios temas que el
conferencista ha clasificado en categorías distintas como: fácil,
intermedio, difícil, trucos, y... raros! Tal vez encuentre usted la solución a
aquel problema que ha querido resolver pero no ha podido aún.
Nos encontramos en medio de una auténtica revolución tecnológica en el           AB214-3V   Virtual Class
diseño y la construcción de edificios. En la actualidad, podemos utilizar el
modelado de información de edificios de vanguardia, (BIM, por sus siglas
en inglés) junto con el diseño sustentable para diseñar edificios que no
sólo son atractivos estéticamente sino que también integran sus requisitos
funcionales y de eficiencia. Las tendencias en costos energéticos y en
los materiales y métodos de construcción de Hispanoamérica y España
presentan similitudes que permiten el intercambio de experiencias. Este
curso proporcionará las mejores prácticas y técnicas para la lograr diseños
sustentables mediante el uso de herramientas BIM como Autodesk Revit y
Autodesk Ecotect® de una manera coherente con el sector de la
construcción en España e Hispanoamérica. Esta clase también
presentará la renovación de los edificios existentes y sus sistemas para
que sean más eficientes energéticamente como una oportunidad de
negocio anti-cíclica para los profesionales de arquitectura, ingeniería y
construcción. Esta clase hará uso de un conjunto amplio de ejemplos para
demostrar la aplicabilidad del enfoque propuesto en Hispanoamérica y
Nos encontramos en medio de una auténtica revolución tecnológica en el           AB228-2V   Virtual Class
diseño y la construcción de edificios. En la actualidad, podemos utilizar el
modelado de información de edificios de vanguardia, (BIM, por sus siglas
en inglés) junto con el diseño sustentable para diseñar edificios que no
sólo son atractivos estéticamente sino que también integran sus requisitos
funcionales y de eficiencia. Las tendencias en costos energéticos y en
los materiales y métodos de construcción de Hispanoamérica y España
presentan similitudes que permiten el intercambio de experiencias. Este
curso proporcionará las mejores prácticas y técnicas para la lograr diseños
sustentables mediante el uso de herramientas BIM como Autodesk Revit y
Autodesk Ecotect® de una manera coherente con el sector de la
construcción en España e Hispanoamérica. Esta clase también
presentará la renovación de los edificios existentes y sus sistemas para
que sean más eficientes energéticamente como una oportunidad de
negocio anti-cíclica para los profesionales de arquitectura, ingeniería y
construcción. Esta clase hará uso de un conjunto amplio de ejemplos para
demostrar la aplicabilidad del enfoque propuesto en Hispanoamérica y
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                        Class Description                                      ID           Type
A medida que la tecnología BIM se vuelve más popular empezamos a            AB210-3V    Virtual Class
vislumbrar un futuro en el cual todos los edificios van a ser completamente
diseñados en 3D. Sin embargo, hasta que ese momento llegue,
tendremos que trabajar en proyectos híbridos, es decir aquellos que tienen
ciertas partes diseñadas y dibujadas en CAD en dos dimensiones. En esta
clase vamos a mostrar cuales son los diferentes escenarios de proyectos
híbridos que se pueden encontrar hoy por hoy y cómo encararlos para
aprovechar la información en 2D de la manera más inteligente posible.

A medida que la tecnología BIM se vuelve más popular empezamos a            AB212-1V    Virtual Class
vislumbrar un futuro en el cual todos los edificios van a ser completamente
diseñados en 3D. Sin embargo, hasta que ese momento llegue,
tendremos que trabajar en proyectos híbridos, es decir aquellos que tienen
ciertas partes diseñadas y dibujadas en CAD en dos dimensiones. En esta
clase vamos a mostrar cuales son los diferentes escenarios de proyectos
híbridos que se pueden encontrar hoy por hoy y cómo encararlos para
aprovechar la información en 2D de la manera más inteligente posible.

Los procesos y la tecnología del modelado de información de edificios        AB212-6V   Virtual Class
representan una innovación muy impresionante en la manera cómo los
edificios pueden ser diseñados y construidos. Los modelos de diseño BIM
contienen información muy completa y le dan al arquitecto la oportunidad
de dialogar y colaborar mucho más íntima y dinámicamente con los
constructores e ingenieros. Esta clase presentará buenas prácticas para
el diseño de edificios por medio de la herramienta Revit utilizando los
estilos arquitectónicos, las técnicas de construcción y los materiales de
construcción comúnmente encontrados en América Latina y España. Se
enfatizarán a través de demostraciones los procesos involucrados en la
recopilación de los requerimientos del diseño, la definición del alcance del
proyecto, la generación de las tablas de planificación, el intercambio de
información entre los diferentes equipos de trabajo, y en la visualización
para expresar la intención del diseño.

Los procesos y la tecnología del modelado de información de edificios        AB226-5V   Virtual Class
representan una innovación muy impresionante en la manera cómo los
edificios pueden ser diseñados y construidos. Los modelos de diseño BIM
contienen información muy completa y le dan al arquitecto la oportunidad
de dialogar y colaborar mucho más íntima y dinámicamente con los
constructores e ingenieros. Esta clase presentará buenas prácticas para
el diseño de edificios por medio de la herramienta Revit utilizando los
estilos arquitectónicos, las técnicas de construcción y los materiales de
construcción comúnmente encontrados en América Latina y España. Se
enfatizarán a través de demostraciones los procesos involucrados en la
recopilación de los requerimientos del diseño, la definición del alcance del
proyecto, la generación de las tablas de planificación, el intercambio de
información entre los diferentes equipos de trabajo, y en la visualización
para expresar la intención del diseño.

Aprenderá a extraer datos desde un dibujo en AutoCAD y relacionarlos        AC230-3V    Virtual Class
dinámicamente con una hoja de Microsoft Excel®. Mediante instrucciones
sencillas aprenderá a usar distintas herramientas de AutoCAD para
extraer datos del dibujo. Conocerá y usará los archivos CSV como método
de extracción, además de los archivos nativos de Microsoft Excel. Utilizará
relaciones de tablas de datos con los archivos de dibujo mediante vínculos
dinámicos. Incrementará el aprovechamiento de las herramientas de
AutoCAD al relacionar dinámicamente los datos del dibujo con datos de
tablas de Microsoft Excel.
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                        Class Description                                       ID          Type
Aprendará a extraer datos desde un dibujo en AutoCAD y relacionarlos        AC222-2V    Virtual Class
dinámicamente con una hoja de Microsoft Excel®. Mediante instrucciones
sencillas aprenderá a usar distintas herramientas de AutoCAD para
extraer datos del dibujo. Conocerá y usará los archivos CSV como método
de extracción, además de los archivos nativos de Microsoft Excel. Utilizará
relaciones de tablas de datos con los archivos de dibujo mediante vínculos
dinámicos. Incrementará el aprovechamiento de las herramientas de
AutoCAD al relacionar dinámicamente los datos del dibujo con datos de
tablas de Microsoft Excel.

Aprenda y disfrute de una mejor experiencia de usuario. En este taller       AC214-4V   Virtual Class
presentaremos los comandos menos utilizados y sin embargo nuevos y
poderosos, disponibles desde la versión 2009. Se proveerán ejemplos
prácticos de como mejor incluirlos y utilizarlos en tus métodos de trabajo
para mejorar tu experiencia en el uso de AutoCAD. Participe en este taller
y rete a la comunidad en las mejores prácticas
Aprenda y disfrute de una mejor experiencia de usuario. En este taller       AC208-2V   Virtual Class
presentaremos los comandos menos utilizados y sin embargo nuevos y
poderosos, disponibles desde la versión 2009. Se proveerán ejemplos
prácticos de como mejor incluirlos y utilizarlos en tus métodos de trabajo
para mejorar tu experiencia en el uso de AutoCAD. Participe en este taller
y rete a la comunidad en las mejores prácticas
Conozca las nuevas funcionalidades de AutoCAD 2011 para modelado de          AC220-4V   Virtual Class
superficies, su aplicación en arquitectura y diseño industrial, y su
interoperabilidad con otras aplicaciones de Autodesk®.
Conozca las nuevas funcionalidades de AutoCAD 2011 para modelado de          AC226-4V   Virtual Class
superficies, su aplicación en arquitectura y diseño industrial, y su
interoperabilidad con otras aplicaciones de Autodesk®.
Una de las cosas más frustrantes en AutoCAD Civil 3D es tratar de poner      Cv222-1V   Virtual Class
una determinada información en una sección, o un valor específico en un
alineamiento. Y qué decir de la creación de una tabla de datos
personalizada. En este curso aprenderá algunos trucos para poner
información valiosa en las etiquetas y tablas de AutoCAD Civil 3D.
Veremos algunas formas de acelerar el proceso de creación de
plataformas con feature lines. Utilizaremos archivos de AutoCAD
aparentemente inútiles para trazo de curvas y puntos topográficos.
Crearemos plantillas de representación de secciones y personalizaremos
las variables de entorno de tablas para generar cuadros de construcción
locales. ¿Problemas con las secciones transversales? Veremos como
modificarlas para adecuarlas. También aprenderemos algunos trucos
valiosos para la visualización de superficies y la representación de su
simbología básica.
Una de las cosas más frustrantes en AutoCAD Civil 3D es tratar de poner      CV210-1V   Virtual Class
una determinada información en una sección, o un valor específico en un
alineamiento. Y qué decir de la creación de una tabla de datos
personalizada. En este curso aprenderá algunos trucos para poner
información valiosa en las etiquetas y tablas de AutoCAD Civil 3D.
Veremos algunas formas de acelerar el proceso de creación de
plataformas con feature lines. Utilizaremos archivos de AutoCAD
aparentemente inútiles para trazo de curvas y puntos topográficos.
Crearemos plantillas de representación de secciones y personalizaremos
las variables de entorno de tablas para generar cuadros de construcción
locales. ¿Problemas con las secciones transversales? Veremos como
modificarlas para adecuarlas. También aprenderemos algunos trucos
valiosos para la visualización de superficies y la representación de su
simbología básica.
La finalidad de esta sesión es mostrar el proceso completo en el diseño      CV212-1V   Virtual Class
de carreteras, incluyendo datos del levantamiento Topográfico hasta
llegar a la documentación final.
La finalidad de esta sesión es mostrar el proceso completo en el diseño de   CV224-1V   Virtual Class
carreteras, incluyendo datos del levantamiento Topográfico hasta llegar a
la documentación final.
                                                     AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                        Class Description                                       ID           Type
Conozca como AutoCAD® Civil 3D® permite trabajar eficientemente en            Cv220-4V   Virtual Class
todas las etapas de un proyecto integral de infraestructura vial. El proyecto
que se presenta, permitió realizar un conjunto de obras viales que
modificaron sustancialmente los accesos desde el nuevo Aeropuerto
Internacional de Carrasco a la ciudad de Montevideo y las interconexiones
con la zona este. Dichas obras incluyeron los proyectos ejecutivos de
8km500 de doble vía, con un tramo urbano de 2km800, 12 intersecciones
de las cuales 3 eran semaforizadas y de 2 Intercambiadores a desnivel
con muros de contención de altura variable, uno de ellos con caso de
doble vía en trinchera. También formaron parte del proyecto, estudios
completos de suelo, análisis de demanda y niveles de servicio,
accidentes, movilidad peatonal y estudios de Impacto Ambiental. Esta
clase muestra cómo fue utilizado AutoCAD Civil 3D para diseñar y
gestionar este proyecto en un eficiente modelo único de datos.

Conozca como AutoCAD® Civil 3D® permite trabajar eficientemente en            CV208-1V   Virtual Class
todas las etapas de un proyecto integral de infraestructura vial. El proyecto
que se presenta, permitió realizar un conjunto de obras viales que
modificaron sustancialmente los accesos desde el nuevo Aeropuerto
Internacional de Carrasco a la ciudad de Montevideo y las interconexiones
con la zona este. Dichas obras incluyeron los proyectos ejecutivos de
8km500 de doble vía, con un tramo urbano de 2km800, 12 intersecciones
de las cuales 3 eran semaforizadas y de 2 Intercambiadores a desnivel
con muros de contención de altura variable, uno de ellos con caso de
doble vía en trinchera. También formaron parte del proyecto, estudios
completos de suelo, análisis de demanda y niveles de servicio,
accidentes, movilidad peatonal y estudios de Impacto Ambiental. Esta
clase muestra como fue utilizado AutoCAD Civil 3D para diseñar y
gestionar este proyecto en un eficiente modelo único de datos.

Aproveche las ventajas de Autodesk® Design Review. Comparta sus            DM226-1V      Virtual Class
diseños e información gráfica de sus proyectos 2D o 3D, de forma
confiable y precisa sin tener que compartir su información nativa DWG.
Aprenda cómo Autodesk Design Review, puede traer beneficios
económicos a su organización al facilitarle la impresión digital de
información para revisión, adicionalmente podrá hacer seguimiento
estricto de los cambios propuestos, y el avance o estado de la realización
de los mismos. Facilite la revisión de documentos en estaciones de
trabajo móviles y disminuya drásticamente las inversiones relacionadas
con impresión física, como papel, tinta y demás suministros. Con
Autodesk® Design Review vaya un paso más allá en la protección del
medio ambiente y beneficie su organización desde su primer uso.

Aproveche las ventajas de Autodesk® Design Review. Comparta sus            DM228-1V      Virtual Class
diseños e información gráfica de sus proyectos 2D o 3D, de forma
confiable y precisa sin tener que compartir su información nativa DWG.
Aprenda cómo Autodesk Design Review, puede traer beneficios
económicos a su organización al facilitarle la impresión digital de
información para revisión, adicionalmente podrá hacer seguimiento
estricto de los cambios propuestos, y el avance o estado de la realización
de los mismos. Facilite la revisión de documentos en estaciones de
trabajo móviles y disminuya drásticamente las inversiones relacionadas
con impresión física, como papel, tinta y demás suministros. Con
Autodesk Design Review vaya un paso más allá en la protección del
medio ambiente y beneficie su organización desde su primer uso.
                                                     AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                        Class Description                                         ID          Type
Sin saber programar, este curso le enseñará cómo utilizar Visual LISP y        CP220-5V   Virtual Class
adecuar el comportamiento de aplicaciones basadas en AutoCAD®
(AutoCAD Civil 3D®, AutoCAD Map 3D, AutoCAD Architecture, etc.). En
este curso aprenderá como controlar la interfaz y programará las barras
de herramientas con pequeños comandos. Creará comandos nuevos y
sustituirá comandos de AutoCAD para que se desempeñen como usted
quiere. Aprenderá a utilizar formas diferentes de agrupar objetos. Sabrá
cómo está conformada la base de datos de AutoCAD. Podrá crear y borrar
layers automáticamente y preparar las características adecuadas para una
plantilla de dibujo. Por último aprenderá a crear una pequeña aplicación
para extraer información de su dibujo para automatizar la tarea de conteo
de blocks.
Sin saber programar, este curso le enseñará cómo utilizar Visual LISP y        CP230-2V   Virtual Class
adecuar el comportamiento de aplicaciones basadas en AutoCAD®
(AutoCAD Civil 3D®, AutoCAD Map 3D, AutoCAD Architecture, etc.). En
este curso aprenderá como controlar la interfaz y programará las barras
de herramientas con pequeños comandos. Creará comandos nuevos y
sustituirá comandos de AutoCAD para que se desempeñen como usted
quiere. Aprenderá a utilizar formas diferentes de agrupar objetos. Sabrá
cómo está conformada la base de datos de AutoCAD. Podrá crear y borrar
layers automáticamente y preparar las características adecuadas para una
plantilla de dibujo. Por último aprenderá a crear una pequeña aplicación
para extraer información de su dibujo para automatizar la tarea de conteo
de blocks.
Si la crisis inmobiliaria del 2009 afectó su empresa o trabajo como free-      DV228-1V   Virtual Class
lancer, existen nichos alternativos para vender servicios 3d con una curva
de aprendizaje abarcable. Gracias a Autodesk 3ds Max nosotros pudimos
desarrollar el potencial artístico de nuestro equipo, creando dos nuevas
áreas que sumadas a nuestro core-business de visualización
arquitectónica nos ayudaron a sobreponernos a un mercado en crisis. En
esta charla explicaremos el proceso para generar una imagen
arquitectónica de alta calidad, luego modelar, texturizar y animar a un
personaje e introducirlo en el ambiente arquitectónico, y finalmente cocinar
todas las texuras para generar un mini-juego con el personaje en este
entorno. Se detallará el proceso técnico para todo ello, explicando las
diferencias entre las tres aplicaciones y utilizando a Autodesk 3ds Max
como la plataforma donde se desarrolla todo el trabajo, permitiendo una
gran variedad de plug-ins y exportando los archivos a distintas
aplicaciones.
Si la crisis inmobiliaria del 2009 afectó su empresa o trabajo como free-      DV220-1V   Virtual Class
lancer, existen nichos alternativos para vender servicios 3d con una curva
de aprendizaje abarcable. Gracias a Autodesk 3ds Max nosotros pudimos
desarrollar el potencial artístico de nuestro equipo, creando dos nuevas
áreas que sumadas a nuestro core-business de visualización
arquitectónica nos ayudaron a sobreponernos a un mercado en crisis. En
esta charla explicaremos el proceso para generar una imagen
arquitectónica de alta calidad, luego modelar, texturizar y animar a un
personaje e introducirlo en el ambiente arquitectónico, y finalmente
cocinar todas las texuras para generar un mini-juego con el personaje en
este entorno. Se detallará el proceso técnico para todo ello, explicando
las diferencias entre las tres aplicaciones y utilizando a Autodesk 3ds Max
como la plataforma donde se desarrolla todo el trabajo, permitiendo una
gran variedad de plug-ins y exportando los archivos a distintas
aplicaciones.
                                                      AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                         Class Description                                         ID          Type
Para máximo control de post-producción, expertos en 3D están                    DV222-2V   Virtual Class
dominando el uso de técnicas de composición para mejorar
profesionalmente sus imágenes y animaciones en 3D mientras optimizan
el proceso de representación digital. Esta clase prepara artistas digitales a
obtener máximo beneficio del nuevo Autodesk 3ds Max Composite para
agregar poderosas técnicas de post-producción a sus prácticas de
visualización actuales. Por medio de un proceso de paso a paso, este
curso inicialmente guía a artistas en como configurar correctamente los
distintos elementos dentro de Render Elements para crear una
composición. A continuación vamos a explorar como utilizar el compositor
de Autodesk 3ds Max para fácilmente editar propiedades como colores,
reflexiones, iluminación de la escena, y otros efectos en tiempo real.
Finalmente miramos más detenidamente a algunas aplicaciones donde
este proceso es clave en prácticas de visualizaciones de alta demanda
hoy en día. En resumen, este curso descubre un proceso de post-
producción práctico e interactivo con el beneficio adicional de ser
implementado enteramente dentro del entorno de Autodesk 3ds Max y
Para máximo control de post-producción, expertos en 3D están                    DV214-1V   Virtual Class
dominando el uso de técnicas de composición para mejorar
profesionalmente sus imágenes y animaciones en 3D mientras optimizan
el proceso de representación digital. Esta clase prepara artistas digitales a
obtener máximo beneficio del nuevo Autodesk 3ds Max Composite para
agregar poderosas técnicas de post-producción a sus prácticas de
visualización actuales. Por medio de un proceso de paso a paso, este
curso inicialmente guía a artistas en como configurar correctamente los
distintos elementos dentro de Render Elements para crear una
composición. A continuación vamos a explorar como utilizar el compositor
de Autodesk 3ds Max para fácilmente editar propiedades como colores,
reflexiones, iluminación de la escena, y otros efectos en tiempo real.
Finalmente miramos más detenidamente a algunas aplicaciones donde
este proceso es clave en prácticas de visualizaciones de alta demanda
hoy en día. En resumen, este curso descubre un proceso de post-
producción práctico e interactivo con el beneficio adicional de ser
implementado enteramente dentro del entorno de Autodesk 3ds Max y
Hágalo usted mismo: La clase se centrara en la idea de que de manera            DV214-2V   Virtual Class
muy sencilla el arquitecto puede, utilizando Autodesk® 3ds Max®
Design incorporar a la visualización arquitectónica dentro de su proceso
de trabajo sin depender de terceros. La clase comenzará al importar un
modelo de AutoCAD® incompleto a 3ds Max® Design y presentará un
workflow muy sencillo para llevar este modelo a una serie de imágenes
rendereadas en mental ray® Standard. Utilizando los presets incluidos y
sin plugins demostraremos que las imágenes nos permitirán evaluar el
proyecto y realizar pruebas de geometría y materiales para ser volcados
luego en la documentación final del proyecto. Al aprender a utilizar esta
herramienta en el día a día, como contraposición a utilizarlo al final del
proyecto, el usuario se ejercita al mismo tiempo que diseña, con el tiempo
podrá avanzar gradualmente a etapas de mayor complejidad, hasta el
nivel que le interese.
Hágalo usted mismo La clase se centrara en la idea de que de manera             DV224-1V   Virtual Class
muy sencilla el arquitecto puede, utilizando Autodesk® 3ds Max®
Design incorporar a la visualización arquitectónica dentro de su proceso
de trabajo sin depender de terceros. La clase comenzará al importar un
modelo de AutoCAD® incompleto a 3ds Max® Design y presentará un
workflow muy sencillo para llevar este modelo a una serie de imágenes
rendereadas en mental ray® Standard. Utilizando los presets incluidos y
sin plugins demostraremos que las imágenes nos permitirán evaluar el
proyecto y realizar pruebas de geometría y materiales para ser volcados
luego en la documentación final del proyecto. Al aprender a utilizar esta
herramienta en el día a día, como contraposición a utilizarlo al final del
proyecto, el usuario se ejercita al mismo tiempo que diseña, con el tiempo
podrá avanzar gradualmente a etapas de mayor complejidad, hasta el
nivel que le interese.
                                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                       Class Description                                      ID           Type
Generar renderizados profesionales de proyectos realizados en Revit         DV210-1V   Virtual Class
utilizando el poder de Autodesk 3ds Max Design, revisar la metodología de
importación de proyecto de Revit en Autodesk 3ds Max Design y las
herramientas básicas disponibles para renderizados arquitectónicos
exteriores
Generar renderizados profesionales de proyectos realizados en Revit         DV226-1V   Virtual Class
utilizando el poder de Autodesk 3ds Max Design, revisar la metodología de
importación de proyecto de Revit en Autodesk 3ds Max Design y las
herramientas básicas disponibles para renderizados arquitectónicos
exteriores
Aprenda cómo utilizar el máximo potencial de la suite de Autodesk           MA212-1V   Virtual Class
Inventor para conseguir soluciones reales a problemas verdaderamente
complejos en el diseño y fabricación de máquinas completas. Esta clase
muestra un caso real sobre el diseño de una celda robótica de
automatización para la industria alimentaria y sobre cómo se fueron
desarrollando todas las etapas del proyecto desde la venta del proyecto
con un diseño conceptual hasta el desarrollo de la solución definitiva. Con
especial énfasis en los estudios de cinemática de mecanismos
conceptuales y de detalle, ensambles inteligentes para investigar múltiples
formatos, diseño de piezas en combinación con componentes comerciales
de bibliotecas online, creación de estándares para la administración y
organización del proyecto, centralización de datos y control de versiones,
revisión de diseños, colaboración con otros departamentos, validación de
diseños y presentaciones al cliente final.

Aprenda cómo utilizar el máximo potencial de la suite de Autodesk           MA230-3V   Virtual Class
Inventor para conseguir soluciones reales a problemas verdaderamente
complejos en el diseño y fabricación de máquinas completas. Esta clase
muestra un caso real sobre el diseño de una celda robótica de
automatización para la industria alimentaria y sobre cómo se fueron
desarrollando todas las etapas del proyecto desde la venta del proyecto
con un diseño conceptual hasta el desarrollo de la solución definitiva. Con
especial énfasis en los estudios de cinemática de mecanismos
conceptuales y de detalle, ensambles inteligentes para investigar múltiples
formatos, diseño de piezas en combinación con componentes comerciales
de bibliotecas online, creación de estándares para la administración y
organización del proyecto, centralización de datos y control de versiones,
revisión de diseños, colaboración con otros departamentos, validación de
diseños y presentaciones al cliente final.

Flujo de Trabajo en la creación de un SIG, creación de cartografía,       UT230-1V     Virtual Class
conexión a diferentes orígenes de datos, representación de puntos,
creación, edición y publicación, incluye AutoCAD® Raster Design,
AutoCAD® Map 3D y Autodesk® MapGuide® Enterprise
Flujo de Trabajo en la creación de un SIG, creación de cartografía,       UT208-1V     Virtual Class
conexión a diferentes orígenes de datos, representación de puntos,
creación, edición y publicación, incluye AutoCAD® Raster Design,
AutoCAD® Map 3D y Autodesk® MapGuide® Enterprise
Presentación que detallará el proceso de desarrollo e implementación de   UT228-1V     Virtual Class
una solución GIS, utilizando AutoCAD® Map y Autodesk® MapGuide® en
una empresa de telecomunicaciones.
Presentación que detallara el proceso de desarrollo e implementación de   UT224-1V     Virtual Class
una solución GIS, utilizando AutoCAD® Map y Autodesk® MapGuide® en
una empresa de telecomunicaciones.
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Robert               Manna




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Robert               Manna




AutoCAD Architecture                        Reid                 Addis




Autodesk Ecotect Analysis                   Patrick              Villella




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 James                Vandezande




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Robert               Manna
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD Architecture                        Matthew              Dillon




AutoCAD Architecture                        Matthew              Dillon




AutoCAD Architecture                        Matthew              Dillon




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Jon                  Gardzelewski




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Jim                  Balding




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite            Gilles               Letourneau




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 David                Fano
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Robert               Manna




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 James                Vandezande




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Keith                Holloway




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Lonnie               Cumpton




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite            Douglas              Bowers, AIA




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite            Kyle                 Bernhardt
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite            Kyle                 Bernhardt




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Keith                Holloway




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 John                 Ade




AutoCAD Architecture                        Paul                 Aubin




AutoCAD Architecture                        David                Butts




AutoCAD Architecture                        David                Butts
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD Architecture                        David                Butts




Autodesk Revit MEP                          Parker               Wright




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Reid                 Addis




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Marcus               Kim




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Jay                  Zallan




AutoCAD Architecture                        Douglas              Bowers, AIA




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite            Eric                 Wing




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite            Luis                 Rojas
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name               Last Name
AutoCAD Architecture                        Blaine               Grantham




AutoCAD Architecture                        Douglas              Bowers, AIA




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite            Douglas              Bowers, AIA




Autodesk ImageModeler                       Amy                  Fietkau




Autodesk ImageModeler                       Amy                  Fietkau




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Harlan               Brumm




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Andrew               Hill
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name               Last Name
Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Andrew               Hill




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite            Jim                  Balding




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite            Jim                  Balding




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Steven               Campbell




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Jon                  Gardzelewski




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite            Scott                Brown




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Phil                 Read
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Phil                 Read




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Phil                 Read




AutoCAD                                     Jason                Hosch




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Veronica             Lamb




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Veronica             Lamb




Autodesk Ecotect Analysis                   Patrick              Villella
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
Autodesk Ecotect Analysis                   Patrick              Villella




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Paul                 Aubin




Autodesk Navisworks Manage                  Graham               Chamberlain




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 David                Cohn




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 David                Cohn




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Philip               Chan
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Robert               Manna




AutoCAD Architecture                        Douglas              Bowers, AIA




AutoCAD Architecture                        Douglas              Bowers, AIA




AutoCAD Architecture                        Douglas              Bowers, AIA
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Eddy                 Krygiel




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite            Matthew              Dillon




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite            Matthew              Dillon




AutoCAD Architecture                        Lauren               Stassi




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite            Jeremiah             Bowles
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Amber                White




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 T.J.                 Meehan, AIA LEED AP




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Dan                  Stine




AutoCAD Architecture                        Matthew              Dillon




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Luis                 Rojas




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Hilda                Espinal




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Vincent              Poon
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite            Tom                  Tobin




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Harlan               Brumm




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Dan                  Stine




AutoCAD Architecture                        T.J.                 Meehan, AIA LEED AP




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite            Olimpio              DeMarco




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Kelly                Cone




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Jeff                 Hanson
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Lawrence             Ciscon




AutoCAD Architecture                        Adam                 Ferris




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 James                Vandezande




AutoCAD Architecture                        Paul                 Aubin




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Ron                  Palma
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD Architecture                       Tom                  Tobin




AutoCAD                                    Cord                 Struckmann




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite           Donnia               Tabor-Hanson




AutoCAD                                    David                Cohn




AutoCAD                                    David                Cohn




AutoCAD                                    Gayle                Hessler




AutoCAD                                    Lynn                 Allen
                              AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



          Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD                               Lynn                 Allen




AutoCAD                               Lynn                 Allen




AutoCAD                               Shaun                Bryant




AutoCAD                               Tom                  Stoeckel




AutoCAD                               Leonardo             Casado




AutoCAD                               Jeanne               Aarhus
                              AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



          Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD                               Jeanne               Aarhus




AutoCAD                               Jeanne               Aarhus




AutoCAD                               Luis                 Garcia




AutoCAD                               Luis                 Garcia




AutoCAD                               Graham               Chamberlain




AutoCAD                               dave                 espinosa-aguilar
                                 AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



             Autodesk Software                  First Name          Last Name
AutoCAD                                  Graham               Chamberlain




AutoCAD                                  Guillermo            Melantoni


AutoCAD                                  John                 Bordeau




AutoCAD Map 3D                           dave                 espinosa-aguilar




AutoCAD                                  Bill                 Fane




AutoCAD                                  Douglas "Isaac"      Harper




AutoCAD                                  Donnie               Gladfelter
                                 AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



             Autodesk Software              First Name               Last Name
AutoCAD                                  Kristin              Arnold




AutoCAD                                  Tim                  Wall




AutoCAD                                  Todd                 Nicol




AutoCAD                                  Oliver               Bringmann




AutoCAD                                  Jana                 Siebenbrodt




AutoCAD                                  Guillermo            Melantoni




AutoCAD                                  Lynn                 Allen




AutoCAD                                  Luis                 Garcia




AutoCAD LT                               Kate                 Morrical
                                 AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



             Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD LT                               Kate                 Morrical




AutoCAD LT                               Kate                 Morrical




AutoCAD                                  Denise               Cox




AutoCAD                                  Bud                  Schroeder




AutoCAD                                  David                Cohn




AutoCAD                                  Patrick              David




AutoCAD                                  John                 Bordeau
                              AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



          Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD                               Dominique            Pouliquen




AutoCAD                               Dominique            Pouliquen




AutoCAD                               Jeanne               Aarhus




AutoCAD                               Philip               Schlickenmaier




AutoCAD                               David                Cohn
                                  AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



              Autodesk Software              First Name                Last Name
AutoCAD                                   Matt                 Murphy




AutoCAD                                   Matt                 Murphy




AutoCAD                                   Rick                 Ellis




AutoCAD                                   Martin               Duke




AutoCAD                                   David                Cohn




AutoCAD Plant 3D                          Scott                Diaz




AutoCAD                                   Donnie               Gladfelter
                                 AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



             Autodesk Software              First Name               Last Name
AutoCAD                                  Kean                 Walmsley




AutoCAD                                  Jimi                 Oladimeji




AutoCAD                                  David                Cohn




AutoCAD LT                               Peter                Vinh




AutoCAD                                  Luis                 Garcia




AutoCAD                                  Matt                 Murphy
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software                  First Name          Last Name
AutoCAD                                    Bill                 Fane




AutoCAD                                    Guillermo            Melantoni




AutoCAD Electrical                         Ebbe                 Bundesen




AutoCAD                                    Jeanne               Aarhus




AutoCAD LT                                 Kate                 Morrical




AutoCAD Raster Design                      Felicia              Provencal




AutoCAD                                    Michael              Beall




AutoCAD                                    Matt                 Murphy
                              AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



          Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD                               Matt                 Murphy




AutoCAD                               Matt                 Murphy




AutoCAD                               dave                 espinosa-aguilar




AutoCAD                               Jeanne               Aarhus




AutoCAD                               Guillermo            Melantoni




AutoCAD                               Mike                 Dickason




AutoCAD                               Denise               Cox
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD                                    Jana                 Siebenbrodt




AutoCAD                                    Sarah                O'Rourke




AutoCAD                                    Sarah                O'Rourke




AutoCAD Architecture                       Sarah                O'Rourke




AutoCAD                                    Sarah                O'Rourke




AutoCAD Inventor LT Suite                  Sarah                O'Rourke




Autodesk 3ds Max                           Sarah                O'Rourke




AutoCAD                                    Sarah                O'Rourke
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name                 Last Name
Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Dan                  Chasteen




Autodesk Navisworks Manage                  Doug                 Eberhard




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite            Yousif               Yousif




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite            Yousif               Yousif




AutoCAD                                     Jim                  Meyer




AutoCAD                                     Kevin                Robinson




AutoCAD Revit MEP Suite                     Paul                 Kirill
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Rebecca              McWilliams




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Rebecca              McWilliams




Autodesk Constructware                      Ron                  Ewing




Autodesk Ecotect                            Louise               Sabol




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite            Yousif               Yousif
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name               Last Name
AutoCAD                                     Mark                 Kiker




AutoCAD                                     Mark                 Kiker




AutoCAD                                     Shaan                Hurley


AutoCAD                                     Tench                Tilghman




AutoCAD Inventor Suite                      Stan                 Wile




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Matthew              Stachoni




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite            Andrew               Handley
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software              First Name               Last Name
AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite           Nigel                Davies




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite           Donald               Schwartz




AutoCAD                                    Mark                 Kiker


AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Shawn                Herring


AutoCAD                                    R. Robert            Bell




AutoCAD                                    Robert               Green




AutoCAD                                    Robert               Green
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software              First Name               Last Name
AutoCAD                                    Robert               Green




AutoCAD                                    Robert               Green




AutoCAD                                    Jack                 Foster




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite           Nigel                Davies




AutoCAD                                    R. Robert            Bell
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD                                    Robert               Stein




Autodesk Inventor                          Kevin                Robinson




AutoCAD                                    Mark                 Kiker




AutoCAD                                    Mark                 Kiker




AutoCAD MEP                                Chris                Lanahan


AutoCAD                                    Donald               Schwartz




AutoCAD Electrical                         Robert               Stein




AutoCAD                                    Nigel                Davies




AutoCAD                                    Doug                 Goforth
                              AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



          Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD                               Yousif               Yousif




AutoCAD                               Yousif               Yousif




AutoCAD                               Robert               Green




AutoCAD                               Nate                 Bartley




AutoCAD                               Nate                 Bartley
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD                                     Robert               Green




AutoCAD                                     Jerry                Milana




AutoCAD                                     Jerry                Milana




AutoCAD Civil 3D                            Michael              Farrell




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Andrew               Fisher




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite            Jon                  Anunson
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD                                     Nate                 Bartley




AutoCAD                                     Christopher          Greene




AutoCAD Architecture                        Mark                 Kiker




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Mark                 Kiker




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite            Yoshi                Honda




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite            Yoshi                Honda




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite            Yoshi                Honda
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software              First Name               Last Name
AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Tom                  Salomone




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite           Brian                Andresen




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite           Brian                Andresen




AutoCAD Revit MEP Suite                    Daniel               Sandhav




AutoCAD                                    Grant                Dott




AutoCAD Mechanical                         Jim                  Swain




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Jerry                Bartels
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Ove                  Cervin




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Harold               Litzenberger




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Alan                 Gilbert




AutoCAD Map 3D                             Nathan               Jaworski




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Tanya                West

AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Robert               Gadbaw


AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Jack                 Strongitharm




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Jack                 Strongitharm
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Neil                 Brooker




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           David                Garrigues




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Louisa               Holland


AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Jason                Hickey
AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Jason                Hickey

AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Jason                Hickey
AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Rob                  Todd, LLS
AutoCAD Civil 3D                           James                Wedding




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           James                Wedding




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Joe                  Hedrick




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Jordy                Brouwers
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Michael              Farrell




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Creg                 Dieziger




Autodesk Topobase                          Mike                 Chatterton




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Eddie                Johnson




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Lisa                 Pohlmeyer




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Daniel               Philbrick
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name                Last Name
AutoCAD Civil 3D                            Joshua               Kehs




AutoCAD Civil 3D                            Glenn                Dawson




AutoCAD Civil 3D                            Kevin                Mills




Autodesk LandXplorer Studio                 Dan                  Campbell




Autodesk Vault Collaboration                James                Wedding




AutoCAD Civil 3D                            Chakri               Gavini




AutoCAD Civil 3D                            Dave                 Simeone
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software               First Name             Last Name
AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Steven               Chan




AutoCAD                                    Billy                Chan




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Kevin                Sanders




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Peter                Thomson




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Larry                Young
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Tomas                Lendvorsky




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Chad                 Studer




AutoCAD                                    Michael              Frost




AutoCAD Map 3D                             Gary                 Rosen




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           John                 Mayo, PE




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Steve                Biver




AutoCAD Map 3D                             Katie                Jacques
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Russell              Martin




Autodesk LandXplorer Studio                Lynda                Sharkey
AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Chris                Maeder




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Cynthia              Davenport




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           John                 Sayre




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Jim                  MacPherson




AutoCAD                                    Michael              Frost
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software              First Name               Last Name
AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Angel                Espinoza


AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Dana                 Probert


AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Scott                Kent




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Scott                Kent




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Karen                Weiss

AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Nathan               Moore




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Steve                Biver




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Eric                 Chappell




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Brian                Hailey
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software              First Name               Last Name
AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Remco                Bastiaans




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           David                Growcott




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Donal                McMoreland




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Richard              Sincovec




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Stefanie             Self




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Willy                Campbell




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Michael              Schlosser
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Daniel               Shihundu




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Richard              Graham




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Peter                Funk

AutoCAD Map 3D                             Neal                 Niemiec




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Tim                  Olson




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Cristian             Otter




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Matthew              Anderson, PE




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Matthew              Anderson, PE
                                     AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                 Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
Autodesk Vault                               Klaus                Loerincz




Autodesk Vault Professional                  Steve                Hilvers




Autodesk Vault Professional                  Stephen              Maloney




Autodesk Vault Collaboration                 James                Wedding




Autodesk Vault Professional                  Todd                 Nicol




Autodesk Vault Professional                  Brian                Schanen




Autodesk Vault Professional                  Pascal               Le Guellec




Autodesk Vault                               Jason                Summerfield
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
Autodesk Vault Workgroup                    Dan                  Leighton




Autodesk Vault Professional                 Randy                Brunette




Autodesk Vault Professional                 Randy                Brunette




Autodesk Vault Collaboration                Brian                Schanen

Autodesk Vault Workgroup                    Allen                Gager




Autodesk Vault Professional                 Brian                Schanen


Autodesk Vault Workgroup                    Brian                Schanen




Autodesk Vault Workgroup                    Brian                Schanen




Autodesk Vault Workgroup                    Brian                Schanen
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software                First Name            Last Name
Autodesk Vault Collaboration                Pascal               Le Guellec




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 James                Mckenzie




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite            Kevin                Yu




Autodesk Buzzsaw Standard                   Joan                 Allen




Autodesk Navisworks Manage                  RJ                   Reed
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
Autodesk Constructware                      Matt                 Wheelis




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Simon                Lovegrove




Autodesk Navisworks Manage                  Josh                 Lowe




Autodesk Navisworks Manage                  David                Epps




Autodesk Navisworks Manage                  Zack                 Creach




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Brad                 Hardin
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD Revit Structure Suite               Dan                  Russell




Autodesk Navisworks Manage                  Jason                Reece




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Eric                 Cylwik




Autodesk Quantity Takeoff                   Jason                Dodds




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite            John                 Mack




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Laura                Handler
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
Autodesk Navisworks Manage                  Thomas               Schaper




Autodesk Quantity Takeoff                   Kevin                Miller




Autodesk Navisworks Manage                  Matthew              Stachoni




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Mark                 Evans




AutoCAD Revit Structure Suite               Josh                 Lowe




Autodesk Navisworks Manage                  Jason                Dodds
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Jarrod               Baumann




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Dan                  Russell




Autodesk Navisworks Manage                  Joshua               Kanner




Autodesk Alias Design                       Tatjana              Dzambazova




Autodesk Alias Sketch                       Christopher          Cheung




Autodesk Alias Sketch                       Christopher          Cheung




Autodesk Alias Sketch                       Mark                 Bassett




Autodesk Alias Sketch                       Christopher          Cheung




Autodesk Alias Sketch                       Kyle                 Runciman
                                      AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software                 First Name               Last Name
Autodesk SketchBook Pro                       Christopher          Cheung




AutoCAD Inventor Professional Suite           Ralph                Hartmann




Autodesk Alias Design                         Ronan                Farrell




Autodesk Showcase                             Michal               Jelinek




Autodesk Alias Surface                        Uwe                  Rossbacher




Autodesk SketchBook Pro                       Andrew               Meehan




Autodesk Alias Surface                        Wonjin               John
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
Autodesk SketchBook Pro                    Christopher          Cheung




Autodesk Alias Design                      Jay                  Tedeschi




Autodesk Alias Design                      Jay                  Tedeschi




Autodesk Alias Design                      Kevin                Richards




Autodesk Alias Design                      Kevin                Richards




Autodesk Alias Design                      Kevin                Richards




Autodesk Alias Design                      Kevin                Richards
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD                                     Jerry                Winters




AutoCAD                                     Gopinath             Taget Raghunathan




AutoCAD                                     Jerry                Winters




AutoCAD                                     Jerry                Winters




AutoCAD                                     Cyrille              Fauvel




Autodesk Revit MEP                          Jeremy               Tammik




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Scott                Conover




AutoCAD                                     James                Johnson
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name               Last Name
Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Scott                Conover




AutoCAD                                     Peter                Jamtgaard




AutoCAD                                     Stephen              Jabs




AutoCAD                                     Philippe             Leefsma




AutoCAD                                     Stephen              Preston




AutoCAD                                     Stephen              Preston




AutoCAD                                     Stephen              Preston




AutoCAD                                     Augusto              Goncalves




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Mario                Guttman
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
Autodesk Inventor                          Allen                Gager




Autodesk MapGuide Enterprise               Giulio               Pagan




Autodesk MapGuide Enterprise               Raffaele             Sammarco




Autodesk MapGuide Enterprise               Daniel               Du




Autodesk MapGuide Enterprise               Jeremy               Robson




AutoCAD                                    Robert               Green
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software               First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD                                     Lee                  Ambrosius




AutoCAD Map 3D                              Gopinath             Taget Raghunathan




Autodesk Revit Structure                    Mike                 King




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Jason                Gabel




AutoCAD                                     Denis                Morais




AutoCAD                                     Stephen              Preston




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite            Iffat                Mai
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Jeremy               Tammik




AutoCAD                                     Lee                  Ambrosius




AutoCAD                                     dave                 espinosa-aguilar




AutoCAD                                     Jerry                Winters




AutoCAD Civil 3D                            Augusto              Goncalves




AutoCAD                                     Kean                 Walmsley




AutoCAD                                     Kean                 Walmsley




AutoCAD                                     Jerry                Winters
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software              First Name               Last Name
AutoCAD                                    R. Robert            Bell




AutoCAD Inventor Suite                     Tim                  Strandberg




AutoCAD                                    Paul                 Vella




AutoCAD                                    Kean                 Walmsley




Autodesk Inventor                          George               Williams




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Isaac                Rodriguez
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name                Last Name
AutoCAD Civil 3D                            Partha               Sarkar




Autodesk Inventor                           Wayne                Brill




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Rod                  Howarth




AutoCAD                                     Steven               LaKose




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Don                  Rudder




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Matt                 Mason




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Matt                 Mason
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software                  First Name          Last Name
AutoCAD                                    Gopinath             Taget Raghunathan




AutoCAD                                    Doug                 Goforth




AutoCAD                                    Doug                 Goforth




AutoCAD                                    Tony                 Burba




AutoCAD                                    Lee                  Ambrosius




ObjectARX                                  Bill                 Adkison




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Joshua               Modglin
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
Autodesk Revit MEP                          David                Rushforth




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Jeremy               Tammik




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Harry                Mattison




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Matt                 Mason




AutoCAD                                     Paul                 Schleppy




AutoCAD                                     Jerry                Winters




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Miroslav             Schonauer




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Danny                Polkinhorn
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software                First Name            Last Name
AutoCAD                                    Lee                  Ambrosius




AutoCAD                                    Wayne                Morrell




Autodesk Inventor                          Brian                Ekins




AutoCAD                                    Albert               Szilvasy




AutoCAD                                    Himanshu             Patel




AutoCAD                                    Fenton               Webb




AutoCAD Revit MEP Suite                    Ed                   Hannabas
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software                First Name            Last Name
AutoCAD Revit Structure Suite               Ed                   Hannabas




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Marcus               Kim




AutoCAD Civil 3D                            Rad                  Lazic




Autodesk Navisworks Manage                  Charlie              Busa




Autodesk Navisworks Manage                  Charlie              Busa




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Wesley               Benn
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name               Last Name
Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Wesley               Benn




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Robert               Yori




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite            Yousif               Yousif




Autodesk Revit Structure                    David                Pluke




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite            Darren               Young




AutoCAD                                     Robert               Aish
                                                 AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software                           First Name                Last Name
AutoCAD                                                  Tench                Tilghman




Autodesk Revit Architecture                              Kevin                Ellis


AutoCAD                                                  Robert               Green




AutoCAD                                                  Mark                 Hechel




Autodesk Revit Architecture                              Mario                Guttman




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Visualization Suite           Yousif               Yousif




AutoCAD                                                  Guillermo            Melantoni


AutoCAD                                                  Guillermo            Melantoni


AutoCAD                                                  Guillermo            Melantoni


Autodesk 3ds Max Design                                  Jennifer             O'Connor
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
Autodesk 3ds Max Design                     George               Matos




Autodesk 3ds Max                            Louis                Marcoux




AutoCAD Civil 3D                            Steve                Butler




Autodesk 3ds Max Design                     Pierre-Felix         Breton




Autodesk 3ds Max                            Louis                Marcoux




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Eddy                 Krygiel
                                                 AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software                           First Name              Last Name
Autodesk 3ds Max Design                                  Bruce                Harfield




Autodesk Maya                                            Adam                 Crespi




Autodesk 3ds Max Design                                  Bruce                Harfield




Autodesk 3ds Max Design                                  Dan                  Chasteen




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Visualization Suite           Kristina             Bollin




Autodesk 3ds Max                                         Gary M               Davis
                                  AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



              Autodesk Software              First Name               Last Name
Autodesk 3ds Max                          David                Cunningham




Autodesk 3ds Max Design                   Eddie                Perlberg




Autodesk 3ds Max Design                   Stephen              Gabriel




Autodesk 3ds Max Design                   Jennifer             O'Connor




Autodesk 3ds Max Design                   David                Fano




Autodesk 3ds Max Design                   James                Bish




Autodesk 3ds Max Design                   James                Bish




Autodesk 3ds Max                          Jay                  Mezher
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
Autodesk 3ds Max                            Steve                Johnson




Autodesk 3ds Max                            Ted                  Parisee




Autodesk 3ds Max                            Ted                  Parisee




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite            Charles              Prettyman




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Nicholas             Broadbent




Autodesk 3ds Max Design                     Ximo                 Peris
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
Autodesk 3ds Max Design                    Stephen              Gabriel




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite           Jorge                Tiscareno




Autodesk 3ds Max                           Eddie                Perlberg




AutoCAD Revit MEP Suite                    Eric                 Bogenschutz




AutoCAD Revit MEP Suite                    Eric                 Bogenschutz
                                      AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software                First Name                Last Name
Autodesk Ecotect Analysis                     Brian                Skripac




AutoCAD                                       Matt                 Murphy




AutoCAD Inventor Professional Suite           Stephen              Stott




Autodesk 3ds Max Design                       Steve                Butler




Autodesk Revit Architecture                   John                 Herridge




AutoCAD Inventor Suite                        Joshua               Emig
                                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software                              First Name               Last Name
Autodesk Inventor                                           Stephen             Stott




AutoCAD Inventor Professional Suite                         Doris               Fischer




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite                            Lara                Pitrolo




Autodesk Education Suite for Architecture and Engineering   Koshy               Varghese




AutoCAD Inventor Professional Suite                         Alissa              Perlstein
                                      AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software                 First Name               Last Name
Autodesk Revit MEP                            Dana                 Troy




Autodesk Softimage                            Jeremy               Roden




AutoCAD Inventor Professional Suite




AutoCAD Inventor Suite




AutoCAD Inventor Professional Suite           Stanislav            Hosnedl




AutoCAD Inventor Professional Suite           Stanislav            Hosnedl




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite              Swee Bing            Teoh
                                      AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software                First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD                                       Linda                Sellheim




AutoCAD Inventor Professional Suite           John                 Helfen




AutoCAD Inventor Professional Suite




Autodesk Maya                                 Pete                 Bandstra




Autodesk Revit MEP                            David                Redding




Autodesk Revit Architecture                   Eric                 Dunn
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name               Last Name
Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Eric                 Dunn




AutoCAD                                     John                 Bordeau




AutoCAD                                     Michael              Schley




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite            Steve                Segarra




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Jon                  Luby




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Matthew              Davoren




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite            John                 Brumley
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name               Last Name
AutoCAD                                     William              Kilp




AutoCAD                                     Barrett              Kamille




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Christopher          Fernandez




AutoCAD                                     David                Scolari




AutoCAD                                     Sean                 Benson




AutoCAD                                     Martin               Chobot
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Matthew              Davoren




Autodesk Ecotect                            Sean                 Benson




AutoCAD MEP                                 Sean                 Benson




AutoCAD                                     Matthias             Koksch




AutoCAD                                     David                Scolari
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name               Last Name
AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite            Sean                 Benson




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Clyne                Curtis




AutoCAD                                     Kurt                 Von Koch




AutoCAD                                     Doug                 Goforth




AutoCAD                                     William              Kilp




AutoCAD                                     Martin               Chobot
                                      AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software                 First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD




AutoCAD




AutoCAD




AutoCAD




AutoCAD Inventor Professional Suite           Dave                 Lavery




AutoCAD




AutoCAD Inventor Suite                        Garin                Gardiner


AutoCAD Inventor Suite                        Mark                 Flayler
                                      AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software                First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD Inventor Professional Suite           Kevin                Smedley




AutoCAD Electrical                            Jim                  Swain




AutoCAD                                       Kim                  Killoran




Autodesk Inventor Professional                Shakeel              Mirza




AutoCAD Inventor Suite                        Steve                Widom




AutoCAD Inventor Suite                        Jim                  Swain
                                      AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software                 First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD Inventor Professional Suite           Michael              Jolicoeur




AutoCAD Electrical                            Randy                Brunette




AutoCAD Electrical                            Randy                Brunette




AutoCAD Electrical                            Robert               Stein




AutoCAD Electrical                            Robert               Stein




Autodesk Algor Simulation                     Kevin                Schneider

AutoCAD Inventor Suite                        Shekar               Subrahmanyam




AutoCAD Inventor Suite                        Thomas               Tremblay




AutoCAD Inventor Simulation Suite             Wasim                Younis




AutoCAD Inventor Simulation Suite             Wasim                Younis
                                          AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software                    First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD Inventor Suite                            Ryan                 Bullock




Autodesk Moldflow Adviser Manufacturing           Jay                  Shoemaker




Autodesk Inventor                                 Jack                 Gregory




AutoCAD Electrical                                Nicole               Morris




AutoCAD Inventor Suite                            Mark                 Flayler




AutoCAD Electrical                                Todd                 Schmoock




Autodesk Inventor Professional                    Luke                 Mihelcic
                                        AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software                  First Name              Last Name
Autodesk Moldflow Insight Basic                 David                Astbury




AutoCAD Inventor Professional Suite             Terri                Humel




AutoCAD Inventor Suite                          Christiaan           Bowen




Autodesk Moldflow Insight Performance           Mogens               Papsoe




AutoCAD Electrical                              Randy                Brunette




Autodesk Algor Simulation                       Tyler                Henderson




Autodesk Inventor Publisher                     John                 Evans
                                         AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software                   First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD Inventor Suite                           Mark                 Flayler




AutoCAD Inventor Suite                           Mark                 Flayler




Autodesk Algor Simulation Professional           Michael              Smell




Autodesk Inventor                                Thomas               Fitzgerald




Autodesk Inventor                                Michael              Jolicoeur




AutoCAD Inventor Professional Suite              Craig                Breckenridge
                                      AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software                First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD Inventor Suite                        Kevin                Schneider




AutoCAD Inventor Professional Suite           Rollin               Godette




AutoCAD Inventor Suite                        Robert               Stein




AutoCAD Inventor Suite                        Thomas               Tremblay




AutoCAD Inventor Suite                        Thomas               Tremblay




Autodesk Inventor Professional                Robert               Cohee




Autodesk Inventor Professional                Robert               Cohee




Autodesk Inventor Professional                Robert               Cohee




AutoCAD Inventor Professional Suite           Rollin               Godette
                                        AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software                  First Name               Last Name
Autodesk Inventor Professional                  Chris                Hall




Autodesk Inventor                               Chris                Hall




Autodesk Inventor                               Chris                Hall




AutoCAD Inventor Suite                          David                Reaume




AutoCAD Inventor Routed Systems Suite           Patrick              Miller




Autodesk Moldflow Insight Performance           Brendan              Zarechian




Autodesk Moldflow Insight Performance           Tim                  Palmer




AutoCAD                                         Barrett              Kamille




Autodesk Moldflow Insight Basic                 Matt                 Jaworski
                                      AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software                First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD Inventor Professional Suite           Barrett              Kamille




Autodesk Moldflow Insight Basic               Jay                  Shoemaker




AutoCAD Electrical                            Amy                  Silverman




AutoCAD Electrical                            Amy                  Silverman




AutoCAD Electrical                            Amy                  Silverman
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD Electrical                         Amy                  Silverman




AutoCAD Electrical                         Amy                  Silverman




AutoCAD Electrical                         Amy                  Silverman




AutoCAD Electrical                         Amy                  Silverman




AutoCAD Electrical                         Amy                  Silverman
                                        AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software                   First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD Electrical                              Amy                  Silverman




Autodesk Moldflow Insight Performance           Tim                  VanAst

AutoCAD Inventor Suite                          Dennis               Jeffrey




Autodesk Inventor                               Patrick              Coulter




AutoCAD Inventor Professional Suite             Randy                Brunette




AutoCAD Inventor Professional Suite             Randy                Brunette
                                      AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software                 First Name              Last Name
Autodesk Moldflow Synergy                     Roger                Assaker




Autodesk Moldflow Insight Advanced            Jim                  McGuire




AutoCAD Inventor Professional Suite           Jay                  Tedeschi




Autodesk Inventor                             Anthony              Calderone




AutoCAD Inventor Tooling Suite                Robert               Cohee




Autodesk Moldflow Adviser Design              Murali               Annareddy
                                      AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software                First Name              Last Name
Autodesk Revit Architecture                   Joaquin              Lopez




Autodesk Revit Architecture                   Joaquin              Lopez




Autodesk Inventor Publisher                   Sam                  Antos




Autodesk Inventor Publisher                   Sam                  Antos




Autodesk Inventor Publisher                   Sam                  Antos




AutoCAD Inventor Professional Suite           Rollin               Godette


Autodesk Moldflow Insight Advanced            Justin               Courter
                                         AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software                       First Name          Last Name
Autodesk Algor Simulation Professional           Michael              Smell




AutoCAD Inventor Suite                           Bill                 Fane




AutoCAD Inventor Suite                           Bill                 Fane




AutoCAD Inventor Suite                           Bill                 Fane




Autodesk Moldflow Insight Performance            Robert               Sherman




Autodesk Inventor                                Sarah                Krasley
                                         AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software                   First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD Inventor Suite                           Mark                 Flayler




AutoCAD Inventor Suite                           Mark                 Flayler




AutoCAD Inventor Suite                           Mark                 Flayler




AutoCAD Inventor Suite                           Allen                Gager




Autodesk Algor Simulation Professional           Michael              Smell




Autodesk Moldflow Insight Performance            Gayle                Rose
                                        AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software                   First Name               Last Name
Autodesk Inventor                               Brian                Ekins




AutoCAD Electrical                              Randy                Brunette




Autodesk Inventor                               Kevin                Schneider




AutoCAD Inventor Professional Suite             Kevin                Schneider




AutoCAD Inventor Professional Suite             Kevin                Schneider




Autodesk Moldflow Insight Performance           Miriam               Davie




Autodesk Inventor                               Chris                Hall




Autodesk Inventor                               Chris                Hall




Autodesk Inventor                               Chris                Hall
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
Autodesk Inventor                           Tim                  Scanlon




Autodesk Inventor                           Paul                 Normand




Autodesk Inventor                           Paul                 Normand




AutoCAD Inventor Suite                      Pamela               Adams




AutoCAD Inventor Suite                      Pamela               Adams




Autodesk Inventor Publisher                 Jon                  Balgley




Autodesk Inventor Professional              Jon                  Balgley




Autodesk Inventor Publisher                 Jon                  Balgley
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
Autodesk Inventor Publisher                Jon                  Balgley




Autodesk Inventor Publisher                Jon                  Balgley




AutoCAD Inventor Suite                     George               Hudetz




AutoCAD Inventor Suite                     George               Hudetz




AutoCAD Inventor Suite                     George               Hudetz




AutoCAD Inventor Suite                     George               Hudetz




Autodesk Inventor                          Hans                 Herzog
                                      AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software                First Name              Last Name
Autodesk Inventor                             Hans                 Herzog




AutoCAD Inventor Professional Suite           Michael              Jolicoeur




AutoCAD Inventor Professional Suite           Michael              Jolicoeur




Autodesk Inventor                             David                Reaume




Autodesk Inventor Professional                Tyler                Henderson




Autodesk Inventor Professional                Tyler                Henderson
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
Autodesk Inventor Professional              Tyler                Henderson




Autodesk Inventor Professional              Tyler                Henderson




Autodesk Inventor Professional              Tyler                Henderson




Autodesk Algor Simulation                   Tyler                Henderson




Autodesk Algor Simulation                   Tyler                Henderson




Autodesk Algor Simulation                   Tyler                Henderson
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software                First Name            Last Name
Autodesk Algor Simulation                  Tyler                Henderson




Autodesk Algor Simulation                  Tyler                Henderson




Autodesk Inventor                          Paul                 Normand




AutoCAD MEP                                Martin               Schmid




AutoCAD Revit MEP Suite                    Mi                   Kim




AutoCAD MEP                                Paul                 Aubin
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
Autodesk Revit MEP                         Paul                 Aubin




AutoCAD MEP                                Joshua               Benoist




AutoCAD MEP                                Phil                 Nower




Autodesk Navisworks Manage                 Chris                Lanahan




AutoCAD Revit MEP Suite                    Emma                 Stewart




Autodesk Ecotect                           Shaun                McDonough




Autodesk Navisworks Manage                 Phil                 Nower
                                  AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



              Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
Autodesk Revit MEP                        Plamen               Hristov




Autodesk Revit MEP                        Gary                 Ross




AutoCAD MEP                               Gregg                Stanley




Autodesk Revit MEP                        Martin               Schmid




Autodesk Revit MEP                        Martin               Schmid




Autodesk Revit MEP                        Martin               Schmid




AutoCAD Revit MEP Suite                   Adam                 Sheather
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
Autodesk Revit MEP                          Shawn                Zirbes




Autodesk Revit MEP                          Shawn                Zirbes




Autodesk Revit MEP                          Shawn                Zirbes




AutoCAD MEP                                 Darryl               McClelland




AutoCAD Revit MEP Suite                     Alan                 Johnston




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Andrew               Bagnall




AutoCAD Revit MEP Suite                     David                Butts
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
Autodesk Revit MEP                         Jessica              Miller




AutoCAD Revit MEP Suite                    David                Butts




AutoCAD MEP                                David                Quigley




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite           Mike                 Massey




AutoCAD Revit MEP Suite                    Mitch                Dec




Autodesk Revit MEP                         Joel                 Londenberg
                                  AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



              Autodesk Software              First Name               Last Name
Autodesk Revit MEP                        Gary                 Ross




Autodesk Revit MEP                        R. Robert            Bell




Autodesk Revit MEP                        R. Robert            Bell




Autodesk Revit MEP                        R. Robert            Bell




AutoCAD Revit MEP Suite                   David                Butts




AutoCAD Revit MEP Suite                   David                Butts
                                  AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



              Autodesk Software              First Name               Last Name
AutoCAD Revit MEP Suite                   David                Butts




AutoCAD MEP                               David                Butts




AutoCAD MEP                               David                Butts




AutoCAD MEP                               David                Butts




AutoCAD Revit MEP Suite                   Tabatha              Rico




Autodesk Revit MEP                        Simon                Whitbread




AutoCAD MEP                               Darryl               McClelland




AutoCAD MEP                               Natalia              Khaldi
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name               Last Name
AutoCAD MEP                                 Jeff                 Campbell




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Stephen              Roth




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Stephen              Roth




Autodesk Ecotect Analysis                   Brian                Skripac




AutoCAD Revit MEP Suite                     Alan                 Johnston
                                  AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



              Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
Autodesk Revit MEP                        Jason                Boehning




Autodesk Revit MEP                        Jason                Boehning




AutoCAD Revit MEP Suite                   Eric                 Bogenschutz




AutoCAD Map 3D                            Adam                 Jonasson




AutoCAD Map 3D                            Gordon               Luckett


Autodesk MapGuide Enterprise              Jeremy               Robson
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
Autodesk MapGuide Enterprise               Jonathan             Mark




AutoCAD Plant 3D                           Richard              Frank




AutoCAD Plant 3D                           Michael              Denholm




AutoCAD P&ID                               Dag                  Austrheim




AutoCAD P&ID                               Dag                  Austrheim




Autodesk Navisworks Manage                 Tim                  McIntyre
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD P&ID                                Kimberley            Hendrix




AutoCAD P&ID                                David                Butts




AutoCAD Revit Structure Suite               Damien               Legrand




AutoCAD Structural Detailing                Adam                 Sheather




AutoCAD Structural Detailing                Adam                 Sheather
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
Autodesk Revit Structure                    Janelle              Meagher




Autodesk Revit Structure                    Steven               Costa




AutoCAD Civil 3D                            Rad                  Lazic




AutoCAD Civil 3D                            Rad                  Lazic




AutoCAD Revit Structure Suite               Adam                 Sheather
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD Revit Structure Suite               Desiree              Ratley




Autodesk Revit Structure                    Fares                Ghannam




Autodesk Revit Structure                    Shefali              Patel




Autodesk Revit Structure                    Caroline             Killian




Autodesk Revit Structure                    Florian              Aalami




Autodesk Revit Structure                    David                Odeh




Autodesk Revit Structure                    Christof             Lorenz
                                                  AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software                            First Name              Last Name
Autodesk Robot Structural Analysis Professional           Brian                Johnson




Autodesk Revit Structure                                  Brian                Johnson




Autodesk Revit Structure                                  Cory                 Dippold




Autodesk Revit Structure                                  Fernando             Oliveira




Autodesk Revit Structure                                  Fernando             Oliveira




Autodesk Revit Structure                                  Fernando             Oliveira
                                                  AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software                            First Name              Last Name
Autodesk Revit Structure                                  Joy                  Beers, SE LEED AP




Autodesk Robot Structural Analysis Professional           Gheorghe             Ionica




Autodesk Revit Structure                                  Rebecca              Frangipane




Autodesk Revit Structure                                  Rebecca              Frangipane




Autodesk Revit Structure                                  Rebecca              Frangipane




Autodesk Robot Structural Analysis                        Shrikant             Sharma
                                                  AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software                            First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD Architecture                                      Steve                Bumbalough




Autodesk Revit Structure                                  Will                 Ikerd




Autodesk Revit Structure                                  Ken                  Murphy


Autodesk Revit Structure                                  Ralph                Pullinger

Autodesk Robot Structural Analysis Professional           Ralph                Pullinger


Autodesk Revit Structure                                  Michael              Zeeveld




Autodesk Revit Structure                                  Derek                Gilbert




Autodesk Revit Structure                                  Jamie                Richardson




Autodesk Revit Structure                                  Jamie                Richardson
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name               Last Name
Autodesk Topobase                           Anthony              Neal




AutoCAD Civil 3D                            Brian                Lopez




Autodesk MapGuide Enterprise                Doug                 Laslo




Autodesk Utility Design                     Debra                Brooks




Autodesk Utility Design                     John                 Yetter




Autodesk Topobase                           Brek                 Graham
                                        AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software                   First Name              Last Name
Autodesk Design Review                          Keath                Long




AutoCAD Inventor Routed Systems Suite           Arnold               Fry




Autodesk Topobase                               Daniel               Von Kaenel




Autodesk Topobase Client                        Deeter               Smith




Autodesk Topobase Web                           Paul                 Vella
                                      AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software                 First Name               Last Name
AutoCAD Map 3D                                Casey                Van der Grient




AutoCAD Inventor Professional Suite           Terri                Humel




Autodesk Topobase Client                      Steve                Braddock




Autodesk Topobase                             Joe                  Chandler




Autodesk Topobase                             Patrick              Reid




Autodesk Topobase                             Allen                Beaudette
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Jamie                Clayton




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Jamie                Clayton




Autodesk Topobase                          Daniel               Watson




Autodesk Topobase                          Andrew               Morsell




Autodesk Topobase                          Steven               De Rosayro
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software                  First Name          Last Name
Autodesk MapGuide Enterprise                Sean                 Dingman




Autodesk Utility Design                     Bill                 Waddington




Autodesk Topobase                           Giulio               Pagan




Autodesk Topobase                           Kevin                Miller
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
Autodesk MapGuide Enterprise                Shashi               Verma




Autodesk Topobase                           Julia                Martin




Autodesk Topobase                           Julia                Martin




Autodesk Utility Design                     Jim                  Bower




AutoCAD Civil 3D                            Dan                  Leighton
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
Autodesk Topobase                           Markus               Briglmeir




Autodesk Topobase                           Markus               Briglmeir




AutoCAD Map 3D                              Tim                  Jones




Autodesk Topobase                           Chris                Nailer




Autodesk Utility Design                     Adley                Harms
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software              First Name               Last Name
Autodesk Topobase                          Alan                 Saunders




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Josh                 Farmer




Autodesk MapGuide Enterprise               Mark                 Volz




AutoCAD Map 3D                             Anja                 De Clercq




Autodesk 3ds Max                           Paulo Henrique Giungi Galvão




Autodesk 3ds Max                           Paulo Henrique Giungi Galvão
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Ricardo              Cardial




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Ricardo              Cardial




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Roberto              Klein




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Roberto              Klein




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite            Fernando             Oliveira


AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite            Fernando             Oliveira


Autodesk Revit MEP                          Paulo Henrique Giungi Galvão
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
Autodesk Revit MEP                          Paulo Henrique Giungi Galvão




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Fernando             Oliveira


Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Fernando             Oliveira


Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Jonatas              De Campos Olim




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Jonatas              De Campos Olim




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Ricardo              Cardial




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Ricardo              Cardial




AutoCAD Revit Structure Suite               Paulo Henrique Giungi Galvão
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD Revit Structure Suite              Paulo Henrique Giungi Galvão




AutoCAD Architecture                       Francisco Antonio    Fontenele Nascimento




AutoCAD Architecture                       Francisco Antonio    Fontenele Nascimento




AutoCAD                                    Francisco Antonio    Fontenele Nascimento




AutoCAD                                    Francisco Antonio    Fontenele Nascimento




AutoCAD                                    Luciana              Klein da Silva de Morais




AutoCAD                                    Luciana              Klein da Silva de Morais
                              AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



          Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD                               Assis Francisco      Haubert Ferreira




AutoCAD                               Assis Francisco      Haubert Ferreira




AutoCAD                               Luciana              Klein da Silva de Morais




AutoCAD                               Luciana              Klein da Silva de Morais




AutoCAD                               Claudia              Campos Lima


AutoCAD                               Claudia              Campos Lima
                              AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



          Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD                               Francisco Antonio    Fontenele Nascimento




AutoCAD                               Francisco Antonio    Fontenele Nascimento




AutoCAD                               Assis Francisco      Haubert Ferreira




AutoCAD                               Assis Francisco      Haubert Ferreira




AutoCAD                               Luciana              Klein da Silva de Morais




AutoCAD                               Luciana              Klein da Silva de Morais
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD                                    Assis Francisco      Haubert Ferreira




AutoCAD                                    Assis Francisco      Haubert Ferreira




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Marcus               Cardoso




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Marcus               Cardoso




AutoCAD Map 3D                             Luciana              Loures

AutoCAD Map 3D                             Luciana              Loures
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD                                     Augusto              Goncalves




AutoCAD                                     Augusto              Goncalves




Autodesk MapGuide Enterprise                Fábio                Luiz Gomes




Autodesk MapGuide Enterprise                Fábio                Luiz Gomes




Autodesk MapGuide Enterprise                Gerson Luiz          Martines


Autodesk MapGuide Enterprise                Gerson Luiz          Martines


Autodesk Revit Architecture                 William              Lopez Campo




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 William              Lopez Campo
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite            Emmanuel             Lopez Cortes




AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite            Emmanuel             Lopez Cortes




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Damian               Serrano




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Damian               Serrano




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Mauricio             Medina




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Mauricio             Medina




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 William              Lopez Campo
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
Autodesk Revit Architecture                 William              Lopez Campo




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Alfredo              Medina




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Alfredo              Medina




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 James                Mckenzie




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 James                Mckenzie
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



                Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Damian               Serrano




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 Damian               Serrano




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 James                Mckenzie




Autodesk Revit Architecture                 James                Mckenzie




AutoCAD                                     Natan                Villarreal
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD                                    Natan                Villarreal




AutoCAD                                    Elda                 Webb




AutoCAD                                    Elda                 Webb




AutoCAD                                    Guillermo            Melantoni


AutoCAD                                    Guillermo            Melantoni


AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Sergio Raymundo      Jaime Bernal




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Sergio Raymundo      Jaime Bernal




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Simon                Noyola


AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Simon                Noyola
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Daniel               Larnaudie




AutoCAD Civil 3D                           Daniel               Larnaudie




AutoCAD Architecture                       Christian            Salgado




AutoCAD Architecture                       Christian            Salgado
                                  AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



              Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
AutoCAD                                   Sergio Raymundo      Jaime Bernal




AutoCAD                                   Sergio Raymundo      Jaime Bernal




Autodesk 3ds Max                          Juan                 Brusco




Autodesk 3ds Max                          Juan                 Brusco
                                  AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



              Autodesk Software              First Name              Last Name
Autodesk 3ds Max                          Santiago             Garay




Autodesk 3ds Max                          Santiago             Garay




Autodesk 3ds Max Design                   Axel                 Fridman




Autodesk 3ds Max Design                   Axel                 Fridman
                                      AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Autodesk Software                 First Name              Last Name
Autodesk 3ds Max Design                       Mauricio             Medina




Autodesk 3ds Max Design                       Mauricio             Medina




AutoCAD Inventor Professional Suite           Esteban              Ruiz-Tagle




AutoCAD Inventor Professional Suite           Esteban              Ruiz-Tagle




AutoCAD Map 3D                                Jose Luis            Sanchez Toache




AutoCAD Map 3D                                Jose Luis            Sanchez Toache




AutoCAD Map 3D                                Francisco Ricardo    Castro Pizarro


AutoCAD Map 3D                                Francisco Ricardo    Castro Pizarro
                                         AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



            Company        Expertise                                  Target Audience
Burt Hill                 Advanced          Attendees of this class should be involved in their firms as technical IT
                                            managers (CIO, IT managers, BIM managers, BIM implementers, etc.)
                                            and/or general firm and project management.




Burt Hill                 Advanced          Technical IT managers (CIO, IT managers, BIM managers, BIM
                                            implementers, etc.), and general firm and project management staff




Microsol Resources        Intermediate      AutoCAD Architecture users who are unfamiliar with Project Browser




CADsoft Consulting Inc.   Intermediate      Designers who are trying to better their building designs by early energy
                                            analysis; current Ecotect users who have questions about best practices or
                                            troubleshooting; and designers working on new or existing renovation and
                                            retrofit projects




HOK                       Intermediate      Architects, designers, and BIM managers seeking to extend the power of
                                            wall and curtain wall modeling




Burt Hill                 Advanced          Revit users who are responsible for modeling/building geometry that is
                                            repetitive or patterned, and complex geometry that needs to be
                                            rationalized; users who are interested in complex form-making, and people
                                            who want to understand advanced parametric geometry in Revit
                                           AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company           Expertise                                 Target Audience
The DC CADD Company, Inc.   All Levels        All users of Autodesk Revit Architecture who have gotten comfortable with
                                              modeling but who have not yet mastered the creation of construction
                                              details in Revit Architecture




The DC CADD Company, Inc.   All Levels        All users of Autodesk Revit Architecture who have gotten comfortable with
                                              modeling but who have not yet mastered the creation of construction
                                              details in Revit Architecture




The DC CADD Company, Inc.   All Levels        All users of Autodesk Revit Architecture who have gotten comfortable with
                                              modeling but who have not yet mastered the creation of construction
                                              details in Revit Architecture




Freeform Energy             Advanced          Revit, Autodesk Ecotect, and Autodesk Green Building Studio users who
                                              struggle with modeling and workflow issues




James J. Balding            Intermediate      This class will appeal to those using Revit during conceptual design or
                                              those responsible for training designers




InterSpec, Inc              All Levels        Architects, engineers, contractors, and owners




CASE Design, Inc            Intermediate      Architects, designers, BIM experts, and anyone interested in parametric
                                              design
                                           AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



            Company            Expertise                               Target Audience
Burt Hill                     Advanced        BIM managers and implementers, and power users who work with the
                                              firm's project template and staff members responsible for maintaining
                                              company standards or best practices




HOK                           All Levels      AEC professionals who lead project teams or those who will train project
                                              leaders




RLF                           All Levels      BIM managers, BIM coordinators, Revit modelers, architects, engineers,
                                              designers, and in general, everyone involved in multidiscipline coordination
                                              of building projects with an intermediate knowledge of the Revit platform




Friedmutter Group             Advanced        Revit users, CAD managers, BIM managers, IT managers, company
                                              executives




Doug Bowers Consulting, LLC   All Levels      BIM managers, architects, engineers, contractors, managers, building
                                              owners and others who need to share the BIM model




Autodesk                      All Levels      Architects and engineers involved with early-stage design decisions on
                                              commercial and institutional projects. Ideally with a Revit background but
                                              this is not required
                                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company                   Expertise                                   Target Audience
Autodesk                            All Levels        Architects and engineers involved with early-stage design decisions on
                                                      commercial and institutional projects. Ideally with a Revit background but
                                                      this is not required




RLF                                 All Levels        BIM managers, BIM coordinators, architects, engineers, owners,
                                                      contractors, and other professionals involved in Construction Document
                                                      production




Applied Software                    Intermediate      Architects, commercial interior designers, and property managers




Paul F. Aubin Consulting Services   All Levels        Architects, drafters, CAD managers, BIM managers, designers, and
                                                      interior designers




Advanced Solutions                  Intermediate      Architects and designers




Advanced Solutions                  Intermediate      Architects and designers
                                             AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company             Expertise                                   Target Audience
Advanced Solutions            Intermediate      Architects and Designers




                              All Levels        Architects, engineers, and designers who need understand the air flow and
                                                thermal qualities of their designs


Microsol Resources            Intermediate      Architects interested in taking conceptual design from AutoCAD into Revit




Autodesk                      Intermediate      AEC professionals interested in the design process for Autodesk Revit
                                                Architecture




Gensler                       All Levels        All BIM players




Doug Bowers Consulting, LLC   Intermediate      AutoCAD Architecture users responsible for the design or placement of
                                                stairs in buildings




C&S Companies                 All Levels        Architects and designers who are sick of placing the default stairs in Revit
                                                then importing AutoCAD to produce their construction documents; anyone
                                                who would like to see how properly crafted families can change your
                                                thinking about your approach to Revit




Eagle Point Software          All Levels        Owners, architects, BIM managers, CAD managers, civil engineers,
                                                structural engineers, MEP engineers, facilities managers
                                             AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



            Company            Expertise                                  Target Audience
Titan AEC                     Intermediate      This class is for intermediate to advanced users and CAD managers using
                                                AutoCAD Architecture in production. We will focus on advanced
                                                techniques utilizing the Display System for view creation

Doug Bowers Consulting, LLC   All Levels        All AutoCAD Architecture users who want to learn tips for their productivity




Doug Bowers Consulting, LLC   Intermediate      Building designers who need to design a building based primarily on its
                                                internal functions




Autodesk                      All Levels        Perfect for someone looking to develop 3D models of existing buildings




Autodesk                      All Levels        Perfect for someone looking to develop 3D models of existing buildings




Autodesk Inc.                 Intermediate      AutoCAD Revit users, sustainable designers, and mechanical engineers




AEC Systems                   All Levels        Business owners/directors, CAD managers, and those charged with
                                                implementing change
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company    Expertise                                  Target Audience
AEC Systems          All Levels        Business owners/directors, CAD managers, and those charged with
                                       implementing change




James J. Balding     All Levels        Those that are interested in, and would like to participate in a discussion
                                       on the future of design technologies


James J. Balding     All Levels        Those who are interested in and would like to participate in a discussion on
                                       the future of design technologies


Autodesk             Intermediate      AEC professionals with intermediate knowledge that want to move on to an
                                       advanced level




Freeform Energy      Intermediate      Revit®-proficient building professionals interested in energy-efficient
                                       design methods




HHCP Architects      Intermediate      Interior designers and architects working on integrated projects in
                                       AutoCAD Revit® Architecture Suite




HNTB                 Advanced          Advanced users of Revit interested in solutions for creating complex forms
                                       in the Revit Family Editor
                                         AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company         Expertise                                 Target Audience
HNTB                      Advanced          Advanced users of Revit interested in solutions for creating complex forms
                                            in the Revit Family Editor




HNTB                      Advanced          Advanced users of Revit interested in solutions for creating complex forms
                                            in the Revit Family Editor




Intel                     Advanced          AEC professionals, construction industry professionals, facility layout
                                            industrial engineers, facility managers, and anybody with interest in BIM




US CAD                    Intermediate      Those new to working with other disciplines in the Revit platform




US CAD                    Intermediate      Those new to working with other disciplines in the Revit platform.




CADsoft Consulting Inc.   All Levels        New energy modelers or designers, designers who are trying to better their
                                            building designs through early energy analysis, and designers working on
                                            new or existing renovation and retrofit projects
                                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company                   Expertise                                  Target Audience
CADsoft Consulting Inc.             All Levels        New energy modelers or designers, designers who are trying to better their
                                                      building designs through early energy analysis, and designers working on
                                                      new or existing renovation and retrofit projects




Paul F. Aubin Consulting Services   Intermediate      Architects, interior designers, CAD managers, BIM managers, designers




                                    All Levels        Anyone working with large complex projects




David Cohn Consulting               Intermediate      Intermediate-level users of all Revit products




David Cohn Consulting               Intermediate      Intermediate-level users of all Revit products




WGW Architects                      All Levels        Architects, designers, interior designers, power users, BIM managers, and
                                                      content creators
                                           AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



            Company            Expertise                               Target Audience
Burt Hill                     Advanced        Revit users who need to model complex geometrical conditions; people
                                              interested to learn how the core modeling tools can benefit their internal
                                              processes and workflows; attendees interested in understanding the uses
                                              of the most facile modeling tools in Revit for things besides a building
                                              mass




Doug Bowers Consulting, LLC   All Levels      AutoCAD Architecture users desiring to make more usage of palettes for
                                              their personal productivity and personal needs




Doug Bowers Consulting, LLC   All Levels      AutoCAD Architecture users desiring to make more usage of palettes for
                                              their personal productivity and personal needs




Doug Bowers Consulting, LLC   All Levels      AutoCAD Architecture users desiring to make more usage of palettes for
                                              their personal productivity and personal needs
                                           AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



            Company          Expertise                                  Target Audience
HNTB                        All Levels        All levels of AEC practitioners interested in better understanding how to
                                              transition successfully to BIM, focusing on expectations, workflow, staffing,
                                              and organizational issues to help better predict the cultural and project-
                                              based change management




The DC CADD Company, Inc.   All Levels        Business owners, CAD/IT managers, and other professionals who are
                                              considering adopting a BIM process




The DC CADD Company, Inc.   All Levels        Business owners, CAD/IT managers, and other professionals who are
                                              considering adopting a BIM process




Morris Architects           Intermediate      Building professionals who have an intermediate understanding of
                                              AutoCAD Architecture and the out-of-the-box schedules




Jeremiah Bowles             All Levels        AEC professionals with beginning experience with AutoCAD Revit
                                              Architecture/Autodesk® Revit MEP; CAD/BIM managers and AEC
                                              designers supporting design professionals; design-build contractors;
                                              owners and facility managers practicing corporate architecture
                                           AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company           Expertise                                  Target Audience
Kling Stubbins              Intermediate      AEC professionals with intermediate experience in Autodesk Revit
                                              Architecture who have an interest in interior fit-out spaces; architects and
                                              designers interested in scheduling and design options; anyone interested
                                              in learning how a multidiscipline firm implements Revit Architecture in their
                                              interiors department




CADD Microsystems, Inc.     All Levels        Experienced Revit users responsible for creating and maintaining their
                                              company project templates




Author                      All Levels        Anyone using Autodesk Revit Architecture or Autodesk Revit MEP who
                                              wants to better understand rooms and spaces and how to use them


The DC CADD Company, Inc.   Intermediate      Users of AutoCAD Architecture and AutoCAD MEP that need to use more
                                              than the basic "out-of-the-box" schedules




Eagle Point Software        All Levels        Owners, architects, BIM managers, CAD managers, landscape architects,
                                              civil engineers




Perkins+Will                All Levels        Those who want to explore the use of the BIM Allocation Tool and
                                              understand pros and cons of each configuration, as well as identify
                                              resources needed to implement each solution




Perkins+Will                All Levels        Architects, designers, project managers, visualization artists, and AEC
                                              professionals with any level of Autodesk Revit Architecture experience
                                         AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company         Expertise                                  Target Audience
LJT & Associates, Inc.    Intermediate      AEC professionals, CAD managers, project managers, end users, design
                                            architects who are currently using AutoCAD architecture, and anyone
                                            looking at implementing Revit into their existing AutoCAD Architecture
                                            environment




Autodesk Inc.             All Levels        College professors interested in methods of teaching Revit in the class
                                            room




Author                    Advanced          Those responsible for setting up and maintaining Revit templates in a
                                            design firm




CADD Microsystems, Inc.   Advanced          AutoCAD Architecture and AutoCAD MEP advanced users who are
                                            responsible for maintaining office standards




Z Corporation             All Levels        Architects, designers, structural engineers, AutoCAD MEP engineers, and
                                            design visualization professionals, plus CTOs, CIOs, and AEC firm
                                            principals

The Beck Group            All Levels        Any Revit user interested in discussing the future and current state of Revit
                                            Categories




Autodesk                  Intermediate      Users looking to start utilizing energy analysis tools in Revit and users
                                            looking to understand how Revit can add value to their current workflows
                                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



            Company                  Expertise                                  Target Audience
Trelligence, Inc.                   All Levels        All AEC project teams that are interested in or use BIM tools, especially
                                                      those individuals directly involved in programming and design; those
                                                      interested in integration and knowledge automation as a method of
                                                      improving project team workflows and ensuring design-to-program
                                                      compliance




Wilson Architects                   All Levels        AutoCAD Architecture users, especially those who want to further their
                                                      ability and maximize building information modeling productivity within their
                                                      firm




HOK                                 Intermediate      Architects, designers, and BIM managers seeking to extend the power of
                                                      wall and curtain wall modeling




Paul F. Aubin Consulting Services   Advanced          Architects, BIM managers, CAD managers, engineers, designers, and
                                                      content creators




Ron Palma                           Intermediate      Architects, civil engineers, structural engineers, MEP engineers, project
                                                      managers, CAD managers, designers, and drafters
                                        AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company        Expertise                                 Target Audience
LJT & Associates, Inc.   Intermediate      AEC professionals, CAD managers, project managers, end users, design
                                           architects, and anyone involved in creating architectural drawings using
                                           AutoCAD or using a basic drafting package




WSP Flack+Kurtz          All Levels        Anyone who works on international projects or who wants to learn more
                                           about the other measuring system and how the software can understand
                                           and digest the different measuring systems




Cope Associates          Intermediate      Anyone who wants to create families




David Cohn Consulting    Intermediate      Intermediate-level users of AutoCAD




David Cohn Consulting    Intermediate      Intermediate-level users of AutoCAD




CDT                      All Levels        Architects, interior designers, developers, and business owners who want
                                           to become more familiar with 3D rendering in AutoCAD; no experience
                                           necessary




Autodesk                 Intermediate      AutoCAD users who want to add some handy tips to their repertoire that
                                           will boost their productivity
                                        AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company        Expertise                                Target Audience
Autodesk                 Intermediate      AutoCAD users who want to add some handy tips to their repertoire that
                                           will boost their productivity




Autodesk                 Intermediate      AutoCAD users who want to add some handy tips to their repertoire that
                                           will boost their productivity




CADFMconsultants         Intermediate      AutoCAD users, FM CAD technicians, FM managers, CAD managers,
                                           facility managers, estates management, academic faculty managers, CAD
                                           technicians, plus anyone who is involved in building up room and space
                                           inventories using AutoCAD in an FM function in an organization




Autodesk                 All Levels        Anyone interested in managing their layers in AutoCAD




Autodesk                 All Levels        AutoCAD or AutoCAD Architecture users who want to take their 3D skills
                                           to the next level




Aarhus Associates, LLC   All Levels        All AutoCAD users
                                      AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



            Company       Expertise                               Target Audience
Aarhus Associates, LLC   All Levels      All AutoCAD users




Aarhus Associates, LLC   All Levels      All AutoCAD users




                         All Levels      Planners, consultants, and those in retail, superstores, departments of
                                         transportation, etc




                         All Levels      Consultants, planners, departments of transportation, transportation
                                         companies, etc




                         All Levels      All AutoCAD users




City of Richland         All Levels      All AutoCAD users of any skill and experience level who wish to optimize
                                         their time at the keyboard
                                            AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



            Company           Expertise                                  Target Audience
                             All Levels        All AutoCAD users




Autodesk                     Intermediate      Any AutoCAD user or designer with interest in expanding the power to
                                               work in a powerful environment driven by parameters

Kankakee Community College   Advanced          Intermediate and advanced users of AutoCAD who want an in-depth
                                               knowledge of model AutoCAD Visualization Suite and presentation




City of Richland             Intermediate      Intermediate "vanilla" AutoCAD users




Cadalyst                     All Levels        Anyone using AutoCAD or AutoCAD-based vertical applications who
                                               needs to extract and tabulate drawing data for things like parts lists and
                                               hardware schedules




CADsoft Consulting Inc.      All Levels        Anybody who is having issues or wants to know everything about AutoCAD
                                               dimensioning, form creating, editing and managing in 2D, and isometric
                                               and 3D drawings




The CAD Geek                 Intermediate      <p>Intermediate and advanced AutoCAD users who are looking to
                                               combine AutoCAD and Microsoft Excel without programming</p>
                                          AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company          Expertise                                 Target Audience
                           All Levels        Autocad users that sometimes or frequently have to print out CAD
                                             drawings and also generate the corresponding PDF files.


Massey-Mann & Associates   Intermediate      CAD users, power users, CAD managers, CAD trainers




Autodesk                   All Levels        People who have need to find relevant design data (objects, styles, etc.)
                                             across large directories of files, specifically targeted at AutoCAD® and
                                             AutoCAD verticals (ACA, AutoCAD MEP, AutoCAD Civil 3D®) and users
                                             of Autodesk® Seek




                           All Levels        CAD users who have to deal with brown field situations




                           All Levels        Everyone who makes decisions based on highly accurate as-build
                                             information




Autodesk                   All Levels        Any AutoCAD user in need of more power for creating better
                                             presentations, and improve the communication of their designs




Autodesk                   Intermediate      AutoCAD users who have upgraded to AutoCAD 2011 or who are
                                             interested in learning what the new features are in AutoCAD 2011




                           All Levels        Planners and consultants, and people who work at agencies that review
                                             and approve designs




Autodesk                   All Levels        Users of AutoCAD®-based products, including AutoCAD, AutoCAD LT,
                                             AutoCAD Architecture, AutoCAD Mechanical, and other AutoCAD products
                                            AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company            Expertise                               Target Audience
Autodesk                     All Levels        Users of AutoCAD®-based products, including AutoCAD, AutoCAD LT,
                                               AutoCAD Architecture, AutoCAD Mechanical, and other AutoCAD
                                               programs




Autodesk                     All Levels        Users of AutoCAD-based products, including AutoCAD®, AutoCAD LT,
                                               AutoCAD® Architecture, AutoCAD® Mechanical, and other AutoCAD
                                               programs




CAD-1                        Intermediate      Beginning and intermediate AutoCAD users




Autodesk                     Intermediate      Intermediate-level AutoCAD users who want to customize AutoCAD, but
                                               do not want to learn the CUI Editor




David Cohn Consulting        Intermediate      Intermediate-level users of AutoCAD®




                             All Levels        Design and engineering management production planners




Kankakee Community College   All Levels        Intermediate and advanced-level users of 2D AutoCAD who want an in
                                               depth knowledge of 3D design and modeling
                                            AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company            Expertise                                 Target Audience
Autodesk                     All Levels        Architects, designers, engineers, owners, and facility managers




Autodesk                     All Levels        Architects, engineers, designers, owners, facility managers




Aarhus Associates, LLC       All Levels        All MicroStation users new to the AutoCAD environment




Alion Science & Technology   Advanced          Intermediate and advanced users of AutoCAD. consumer product
                                               designers




David Cohn Consulting        Intermediate      Intermediate-level users of AutoCAD
                                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



            Company                  Expertise                                 Target Audience
4D Technologies                     All Levels        All AutoCAD users and industries




4D Technologies                     All Levels        All AutoCAD users and industries




Cadapult Software Solutions, Inc.   All Levels        AutoCAD users of all disciplines who want to learn the new parametric
                                                      drawing features to become more productive and add intelligence to their
                                                      drawings




Aurecon                             Intermediate      All CAD users




David Cohn Consulting               Intermediate      Intermediate-level users of AutoCAD working in 3D




kubit USA                           All Levels        Engineers, designers, drafters, and surveyors interested in laser scanning
                                                      and post-processing of point clouds in AutoCAD




The CAD Geek                        Intermediate      CAD managers, CAD coordinators, and CAD users looking for ways to
                                                      reduce the profound amount of time required to plot their drawings
                                       AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company       Expertise                                 Target Audience
Autodesk                All Levels        Anyone interested in learning about point clouds and how they can be
                                          generated and used with tools such as Microsoft Photosynth and AutoCAD
                                          2011




Siloam Studios          All Levels        AutoCAD users who exchange drawings with other CAD users and people
                                          who receive STB and CTB files and do not know what to do with them




David Cohn Consulting   All Levels        All users of AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT




Autodesk                All Levels        AutoCAD LT designers and engineers doing 2D mechanical design who
                                          are interested in 3D mechanical part design




                        All Levels        Planners, consultants, departments of transportation, etc




4D Technologies         Intermediate      Experienced AutoCAD users who wish to obtain industry-recognized
                                          certifications
                                          AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company          Expertise                                  Target Audience
Cadalyst                   All Levels        AutoCAD users and CAD managers




Autodesk                   All Levels        Architects and industrial designers interested in conceptual design




Autodesk                   All Levels        AutoCAD® Electrical users using symbols and data from suppliers




Aarhus Associates, LLC     All Levels        All AutoCAD users




Autodesk                   All Levels        AutoCAD LT users and CAD managers




ProCADD                    Intermediate      Intermediate users who work with raster images on a regular basis




AutoCAD Trainer Guy, LLC   Intermediate      Current users of AutoCAD interested in automating repetitive procedures,
                                             learning about some new AutoCAD 2011 features, and improving their
                                             technique




4D Technologies            All Levels        All AutoCAD users for all industries
                                        AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



            Company       Expertise                                  Target Audience
4D Technologies          All Levels        All AutoCAD users for all industries




4D Technologies          All Levels        All AutoCAD users for all industries




City of Richland         All Levels        All AutoCAD users




Aarhus Associates, LLC   All Levels        All AutoCAD users who need to work with MicroStation data in an
                                           AutoCAD environment




Autodesk                 Intermediate      AutoCAD users interested in visualization, design validation, and rendering




                         All Levels        End users and/or CAD managers of users who have experienced a crash
                                           while using an Autodesk product




CAD-1                    Intermediate      Beginning and intermediate AutoCAD users
                                  AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company    Expertise                              Target Audience
                     All Levels      Those who understand that laser scanning is the best and fastest way of
                                     data capture and want to know how to get information out of bulky point
                                     clouds rapidly and elegantly




Autodesk             All Levels      Autodesk Subscription customers




Autodesk             All Levels      Autodesk Subscription customers




Autodesk             All Levels      Autodesk Subscription customers




Autodesk             All Levels      Autodesk Subscription customers




Autodesk             All Levels      Autodesk Subscription customers




Autodesk             All Levels      Media and entertainment Subscription customers




Autodesk             All Levels      All Autodesk Subscription customers
                                      AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



            Company     Expertise                                  Target Audience
Perkins + Will         All Levels        Principals, owners, IT support, CAD/BIM managers, AEC professionals




Autodesk               All Levels        Government agency personnel, project managers, AEC professionals,
                                         surveyors, estimators, schedulers, subcontractors, resellers, partners, and
                                         BIM practitioners




SAIC                   All Levels        CAD managers, AutoCAD® managers, AutoCAD users, project architects,
                                         project engineers, architects, engineers, principals, IT managers, drafters,
                                         producers




SAIC                   All Levels        CAD managers, AutoCAD® managers, AutoCAD users, project architects,
                                         project engineers, architects, engineers, principals, IT managers, drafters,
                                         producers




Solidvapor, Inc.       All Levels        AU attendees who lead or manage a face-to-face user group or online
                                         community and wants to know more about how to effectively empower
                                         their membership.




Tata Technologies      All Levels        AU attendees who wants to start a face-to-face user group or online
                                         community, or who are currently leading or managing one and who would
                                         like to know more about how to make their community more successful




HC Yu and Associates   Intermediate      CAD managers and business owners who are concerned with how their
                                         hiring dollars are spent; anyone who manages the staff size or directly or
                                         indirectly makes hiring (or firing) decisions should take away some great
                                         information
                                  AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



          Company     Expertise                               Target Audience
SMMA                 All Levels      CAD and BIM managers from companies that are about to implement
                                     Revit, or already have begun the road to implementation




SMMA                 All Levels      CAD and BIM managers from companies that are about to implement
                                     Revit, or already have begun the road to implementation




Schmidt Associates   All Levels      Architecture, engineering, and construction professionals and
                                     organizations who want to better leverage their project management and
                                     financial data




                     All Levels      AEC professionals, federal agency staff




SAIC                 All Levels      Company owners, CEO, CIO, COO, senior project managers, contract
                                     administrators, BIM directors, BIM managers, CAD managers
                                      AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company      Expertise                                 Target Audience
caddmanager.com        All Levels        Managers and leaders




caddmanager.com        All Levels        Managers and leaders




Autodesk               All Levels        Anyone who is already involved in social web or media, as well as those
                                         considering making the jump into the medium

MoreCompetency, Inc.   All Levels        People who manage people




Avatech Solutions      Intermediate      CAD administrators, and those looking to push Inventor templates to a
                                         new level. Also anyone who is not aware of what the Design Data folder is
                                         or how Styles and Standards are saved




-                      Intermediate      CAD and IT managers of all types who need to understand the demands of
                                         the Revit platform on their hardware and software infrastructure




Styles & Wood Ltd.     All Levels        Technology implementers and change managers, including CAD
                                         managers, BIM managers, IT managers, and senior product experts
                                                AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company                Expertise                                Target Audience
Evolve Consultancy               All Levels        CAD managers and advanced users with a need to understand more about
                                                   planning, implementing, and managing Building Information Modeling




CADLearning by 4D Technologies   All Levels        Budget conscious CEOs, CAD managers, instructors, and technical
                                                   secondary and college-level teachers




caddmanager.com                  All Levels        All AUGI members and future members


ProSoft                          All Levels        CAD managers, AutoCAD Civil 3D users, and styles and setting
                                                   coordinators

Sparling                         All Levels        Anyone that needs to work with the CUI, but especially CAD managers




CAD-Manager.com                  Intermediate      CAD managers




CAD-Manager.com                  Intermediate      CAD managers
                                         AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company         Expertise                                Target Audience
CAD-Manager.com           Intermediate      CAD managers




CAD-Manager.com           Intermediate      CAD managers




3D Design Services, LLC   Advanced          CAD managers




Evolve Consultancy        Intermediate      CAD managers and advanced users with a need to understand more about
                                            planning, implementing, and managing building information modeling; IT
                                            managers, architects, engineers, advanced users and support staff, senior
                                            and middle management




Sparling                  Intermediate      CAD managers or IT support staff involved in deploying AutoCAD to
                                            multiple workstations with custom profiles
                                              AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company                Expertise                               Target Audience
Robert Stein                     All Levels      CAD managers, power users, or anyone who works at a company that
                                                 currently uses 2D and is looking to move to 3D




Tata Technologies                All Levels      End users, CAD managers, power users, and IT managers




caddmanager.com                  All Levels      CAD managers and advanced users with CAD management
                                                 responsibilities




caddmanager.com                  All Levels      CAD managers and advanced users with CAD management
                                                 responsibilities




Southland Industries             All Levels      Anyone looking to streamline managing a large group of CAD users


CADLearning by 4D Technologies   All Levels      Managers and those responsible for training who wish to learn to train
                                                 more and better with less




Robert Stein                     All Levels      Anyone who has ever thought about becoming a consultant. Most of the
                                                 things we will discuss will be applicable to many different industries




Evolve Consultancy               All Levels      CAD managers and anyone with a responsibility for managing CAD
                                                 systems: IT managers, architects, engineers, advanced users, and support
                                                 staff




National MultiTech LTD           All Levels      Data center manager and planners
                                  AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



         Company    Expertise                                Target Audience
SAIC               All Levels        CAD managers, CADD managers, and IT managers




SAIC               All Levels        CAD managers, CADD managers, and IT managers




CAD-Manager.com    Intermediate      CAD managers responsible for standards




n/a                All Levels        Network administrators and CAD managers who are responsible for
                                     installation of Autodesk products in Microsoft SCCM environments




n/a                All Levels        Network administrators and CAD managers who are responsible for
                                     installation of Autodesk products in Microsoft SCCM environments
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company    Expertise                                 Target Audience
CAD-Manager.com      Intermediate      CAD managers who need to create or maintain in-house training programs




Autodesk             Intermediate      This class is ideal for CAD Managers and IT professionals responsible for
                                       software licensing and software delivery to desktops




Autodesk             Intermediate      This class is ideal for CAD managers and IT professionals responsible for
                                       software licensing and software delivery to desktops




Prime Services       All Levels        Anyone that would has a project lifecyle need to move existing
                                       Landdesktop project data forward with a limited costt impact.




x                    Intermediate      CAD managers and advanced users with CAD/ BIM responsibilities, office
                                       and technology managers, intermediate and advanced users of Autodesk
                                       design applications




URS Corporation      All Levels        Business owners, CAD/BIM managers, project and office managers, those
                                       planning to implement a transition to AutoCAD® Revit® Architecture from
                                       other software, either gradually or suddenly
                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company     Expertise                              Target Audience
n/a                   All Levels      Those who administer Autodesk licensing and are interested in
                                      management tools and best practices; no prior knowledge is necessary




Moffatt & Nichol      Advanced        CAD managers/administrators and advanced users with CAD
                                      management responsibilities




caddmanager.com       All Levels      Everyone




caddmanager.com       All Levels      BIM managers and BIM users with management responsibilities




U. S. CAD of Hawaii   All Levels      CAD managers and advanced users with CAD management
                                      responsibilities




U. S. CAD of Hawaii   All Levels      CAD managers and advanced users with CAD management
                                      responsibilities




U. S. CAD of Hawaii   All Levels      CAD managers and advanced users with CAD management
                                      responsibilities
                                             AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company             Expertise                                 Target Audience
Hewlett Packard               Intermediate      Users of Autodesk 3D software, such as Revit, AutoCAD (3D users),
                                                Autodesk Inventor, AutoCAD Civil 3D, as well as CAD managers and IT
                                                managers




WLC Architects, Inc.          All Levels        CAD/BIM managers interested in learning some tips and tricks for their
                                                profession




WLC Architects, Inc.          All Levels        CAD/BIM managers interested in learning some tips and tricks for their
                                                profession




Rejlers                       All Levels        Building engineering professionals, CAD and IT managers




C A Design Services           All Levels        Primarily for CAD office administrators and anyone charged with making
                                                CAD work in the real world




Synergis Technologies, Inc.   Advanced          Lead designers and CAD managers who are responsible for success of
                                                software implementations




Autodesk                      All Levels        CAD managers, surveyors, field crew, civil engineers, and drafters
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company    Expertise                                 Target Audience
Autodesk             Intermediate      <p>All engineers who do daily design in AutoCAD Civil 3D, or those who
                                       are decision makers within infrastructure design</p>




Hazen and Sawyer     All Levels        <p>Designers, engineers, managers, or facility owners</p>




                     Advanced          Roadway design professionals who are experienced with Civil 3D and its
                                       corridor design features




Det1 823 RED HORSE   All Levels        Architecture and engineering professionals who require GIS deliverables
                                       for construction projects




Autodesk             All Levels        Anyone who uses alignments, profiles, or superelevation

Team Blue22          All Levels        AutoCAD Civil 3D users who want to learn more about Autodesk Quantity
                                       Takeoff

Autodesk             All Levels        Civil engineers, infrastructure designers, and asset managers




Autodesk             All Levels        Civil engineers, infrastructure designers, and asset managers
                                                  AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company                  Expertise                                  Target Audience
Autodesk                           All Levels        Civil engineers, infrastructure designers, and asset managers




Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc.   Advanced          Not for beginners. Anyone who wants to apply a little more trickery to a
                                                     situation that normally there is just longer solutions for. Must have a good
                                                     understanding of AutoCAD Civil 3D




MasterGraphics                     All Levels        Anyone wanting a beginning introduction to AutoCAD Civil 3D


Autodesk                           All Levels        AutoCAD Civil 3D users
Autodesk                           All Levels        AutoCAD Civil 3D users of all types

Autodesk                           All Levels        AutoCAD Civil 3D users of all types
Autodesk, Inc.                     All Levels        Any AutoCAD Civil 3D user who wants to learn about point clouds
Raider Consulting, LLC             All Levels        Any AutoCAD Civil 3D user




Raider Consulting, LLC             All Levels        Any AutoCAD Civil 3D user




Avatech Solutions                  Intermediate      CAD managers, and registered land surveyors and technicians




Geonius                            Intermediate      AutoCAD Civil engineering professionals with intermediate-level
                                                     knowledge of AutoCAD Civil 3D
                                                 AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



            Company                Expertise                                  Target Audience
Prime Services                    Advanced          Civil engineers and civil designers




Morrison Maierle, Inc.            All Levels        Surveyors, engineers, or drafters who want a better understanding of how
                                                    AutoCAD Civil 3D deals with survey data




                                  All Levels        CAD and GIS managers senior executives responsible for managing large
                                                    Olympic sized infrastructure projects, business analysts responsible for
                                                    geospatial infrastructure management solutions, technical architects
                                                    responsible for providing the backbone to support such projects.




Construction Industry Solutions   All Levels        AutoCAD Civil 3D users who are looking to further their career by obtaining
                                                    an Associates and/or Professional Certification




Lisa Pohlmeyer                    Intermediate      Users who have intermediate experience with AutoCAD Civil 3D, and CAD
                                                    managers familiar with AutoCAD Civil 3D plan and production tools




Autodesk                          All Levels        Infrastructure and civil engineering professionals who want to get the most
                                                    out of the Autodesk® product portfolio
                                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company                    Expertise                                 Target Audience
Autodesk                             All Levels        Civil engineers, project managers, municipal engineers, stormwater
                                                       engineers, water resource engineers, design engineers, transportation
                                                       engineers, and land planners




BA Blacktop Ltd.                     Intermediate      Estimators, superintendents and project managers wanting more accurate
                                                       volume and flatwork takeoffs




Opus International Consultants Ltd   Intermediate      AEC professionals with intermediate experience in AutoCAD Civil 3D, and
                                                       those interested in drawing production from the AutoCAD Civil 3D model




City of Vancouver                    All Levels        GIS users and those involved with design visualization




Raider Consulting, LLC               Intermediate      CAD managers and partners looking to develop a better use of the
                                                       Autodesk Vault solution in their AutoCAD Civil engineering environment




Autodesk                             All Levels        Civil engineering professionals with all levels of experience using AutoCAD
                                                       Civil 3D®. Intermediate users of AutoCAD Civil 3D with emphasis on
                                                       corridor modeling




Autoesk                              All Levels        Everyone
                                        AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company        Expertise                                 Target Audience
                         All Levels        Engineers, architects, and technologists who utilize AutoCAD, AutoCAD
                                           Architecture, or AutoCAD Civil 3D for roadway design




Transoft Solutions Inc   All Levels        ALL AEC professionals who utilize AutoCAD®, AutoCAD Architecture, or
                                           AutoCAD Civil 3D®




Bohler Engineering       Intermediate      Intermediate-level civil engineers, designers, drafters, contractors, and
                                           anyone else interested in how AutoCAD Civil 3D can help them analyze
                                           earthwork on their site development projects




MWH NZ Ltd               Intermediate      Those who are tasked with building an effective AutoCAD Civil 3D
                                           template for pipes for their company




                         All Levels        Any level of user who needs to clean up drawings quickly, preferably
                                           AutoCAD Civil 3D or AutoCAD Map 3D users
                                         AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



              Company      Expertise                                 Target Audience
Autodesk                  Intermediate      Road designers, structural engineers, surveyors, and contractors




ADSK Solutions            Intermediate      AEC professionals who have started using or are already using AutoCAD
                                            Civil 3D and would like to learn more about corridors




Transoft Solutions Inc.   All Levels        Architects and civil designers involved in Airside Planning and Operations




Carlson Software          All Levels        Anyone that has AutoCAD Map or is considering moving to Map, but has
                                            not learned how to work with FDO and the Display Manager




Conklin Associates        Intermediate      Civil engineers, architects, site designers, landscape architects, and CAD
                                            technicians




Eagle Point               All Levels        Surveyors and survey office owners who are interested in implementing
                                            AutoCAD Civil 3D or who want to know how to use AutoCAD Civil 3D more
                                            effectively.




Autodesk                  All Levels        CAD users who need to learn about GIS, engineers, GIS managers,
                                            municipal GIS users, and utility workers
                                         AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



            Company          Expertise                                Target Audience
Russell Martin Consulting   All Levels      AutoCAD Civil 3D users who are not currently using or who want to learn
                                            more about the vast array of powerful tools available in AutoCAD Map 3D




Autodesk                    All Levels      Anyone interested in learning more about Autodesk LandXplorer
Autodesk, Inc.              All Levels      Civil, municipal, stormwater, wastewater, water resource, hydrologic,
                                            design, and transportation engineers, land use planners, hydrologists, and
                                            project managers who analyze, design, or review urban drainage
                                            stormwater and sanitary sewer infrastructure projects




Avatech Solutions           All Levels      Civil engineering professionals, system administrators, and building
                                            information modeling (BIM) managers




Applied Technology Group    All Levels      AEC professionals with basic to intermediate experience with AutoCAD
                                            Civil 3D




Moffatt & Nichol            Advanced        Professionals who are involved with coastal engineering projects,
                                            especially those pertaining to shoreline change analysis




Transoft Solutions Inc.     All Levels      All architects and civil engineering site designers that utilize AutoCAD,
                                            AutoCAD Architecture, or AutoCAD Civil 3D® for site design projects
                                             AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



              Company          Expertise                                  Target Audience
Autodesk                      All Levels        All AutoCAD Civil 3D users that may need to share their models with
                                                construction project management personnel

Autodesk                      All Levels        Anyone who uses AutoCAD® Civil 3D®


Autodesk                      Intermediate      AutoCAD Civil 3D users who design closed drainage systems, including
                                                CAD technicians, civil designers, and project engineers




Autodesk                      Intermediate      AutoCAD Civil 3D users who design closed drainage systems, including
                                                CAD technicians, civil designers, and project engineers




Autodesk                      All Levels        Any AutoCAD® Civil 3D® user who wants to learn more about
                                                subassemblies and assemblies
Autodesk                      Intermediate      Planners, utility designers, GIS analysts, civil engineers, and anyone else
                                                using imagery in Map, AutoCAD Civil, AUD or Autodesk® Topobase™




Eagle Point                   All Levels        Owners, CAD managers, users




Engineered Efficiency, Inc.   Intermediate      AutoCAD Civil 3D users who have some training and/or experience using
                                                intersection design, want to take it to the next level, and learn how to use
                                                intersection functionality in the types of scenarios that are seen in real
                                                designs




CAD-1                         Intermediate      Anyone wanting to change the way the labels in AutoCAD Civil 3D look,
                                                including the end user as well as CAD managers
                                          AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company          Expertise                                  Target Audience
Oranjewoud                 Intermediate      Civil engineering professionals with intermediate-level knowledge of
                                             AutoCAD Civil 3D




CPG New Zealand LTD        All Levels        Surveyors, civil designers, CAD managers, and those who want to see
                                             AutoCAD Civil 3D at use in the real world




amicus technology          Intermediate      Civil engineers/technicians involved in site development in hilly or
                                             mountainous terrain with poor ground conditions




Quux Software              Intermediate      Anyone who needs to work with geospatial-referenced data, including
                                             surveyors, civil engineers, and GIS professionals




Office of Surface Mining   All Levels        Engineers, designers, and technical investigative personnel




                           Intermediate      AutoCAD® Civil 3D® users who are comfortable with creating corridors,
                                             but are not able to get the results they need for a complete finished
                                             surface




Autodesk                   All Levels        Engineers, surveyors, architects, CAD and GIS professionals
                                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company                     Expertise                                Target Audience
                                     All Levels        Engineers, architects, and technologists who utilize AutoCAD®, AutoCAD
                                                       Architecture or AutoCAD Civil 3D® for roadway design




James R. Holley & Associates, Inc.   Intermediate      CAD managers and designers who deal with erosion and sedimentation
                                                       and are familiar with basic AutoCAD Civil 3D functions




Autodesk, Inc                        All Levels        Anyone who is using or managing AutoCAD Civil 3D

Autodesk                             All Levels        Any user of AutoCAD Civil 3D® and AutoCAD Map 3D and AutoCAD
                                                       users managing land-based information


Bolton & Menk, Inc.                  All Levels        Civil engineers, project managers, municipal engineers, stormwater
                                                       engineers, wastewater engineers, water resource engineers, hydrologic
                                                       engineers, hydrologists, design engineers, transportation engineers, land
                                                       planners, public utilities, stormwater utilities, planning departments




                                      Intermediate
Breijn, engineering department of Heijmans Netherlands Civil engineers and project managers who deal with multidisciplinary
                                                       projects




Joseph A Schudt & Associates         Advanced          Civil engineers, and designers tasked with hydrology and hydraulic design
                                                       or analysis




Joseph A Schudt & Associates         Advanced          Civil engineers, and designers tasked with hydrology and hydraulic design
                                                       or analysis
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            Company          Expertise                                 Target Audience
Autodesk Consulting         Intermediate      Consultants and technical IT staff faced with integrations between
                                              document management and product data management solutions on the
                                              market




Unverferth Mfg. Co., Inc.   Advanced          CAD administrators and department heads who have use Autodesk Vault
                                              and would like to improve their data management skills




Autodesk                    All Levels        CAD managers, project engineers, and engineering managers, along with
                                              quality systems engineers/managers; purchasing managers might also
                                              benefit from seeing how to prove which document/BOM/item release was
                                              categorically available for vendors




Raider Consulting, LLC      All Levels        CAD managers and partners looking to develop a better use of the
                                              Autodesk Vault solution in their AutoCAD Civil engineering environment




Autodesk                    All Levels        All levels of Autodesk Vault users are welcome to this class




Autodesk                    Advanced          Autodesk Vault administrators, CAD administrators, IT supporting CAD
                                              users and anyone responsible for creating detailed reports based on
                                              design file metadata




Autodesk                    Intermediate      CAD managers, power users, and administrators looking to get to the next
                                              level with Autodesk Vault


                            Intermediate      IT, CAD managers and advanced users with CAD management
                                              responsibilities
                                            AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Company        Expertise                                 Target Audience
DL Consulting                Intermediate      CAD managers and project engineers working within traditional CAD
                                               design environments who are interested in using Autodesk Vault
                                               Workgroup




Brunette Technologies, LLC   Advanced          Users interested in implementing Autodesk Vault Manufacturing and
                                               integrating it with AutoCAD Electrical




Brunette Technologies, LLC   Advanced          Users interested in implementing Autodesk Vault Manufacturing and
                                               integrating it with AutoCAD Electrical




Autodesk                     All Levels        AEC professionals using or considering using Autodesk Vault technology

A.T. Ferrell                 All Levels        Anyone contemplating the use of Autodesk Vault or who needs the next
                                               level of functionality that Autodesk Vault Workgroup provides, even if you
                                               are not sure why you need it




Autodesk                     All Levels        Autodesk Vault users or those considering Autodesk Vault or any of the
                                               Autodesk Vault vertical products

Autodesk                     All Levels        All Autodesk Inventor and Autodesk Vault users




Autodesk                     All Levels        All Autodesk Inventor and Autodesk Vault users




Autodesk                     All Levels        All Autodesk Inventor and Autodesk Vault users
                                                  AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company                  Expertise                                  Target Audience
Autodesk                           All Levels        Engineers, CAD managers, IT personnel




BIM Centric Consulting             Advanced          Owners, designers, program managers, construction managers,
                                                     contractors, vendors, and facility managers




                                   Intermediate      Project manager, construction managers, cost estimators, schedulers, and
                                                     BIM managers




AEC                                All Levels        BIM managers, VDC managers, project managers, CIOs, IT directors,
                                                     program managers, and owners of AEC firms that are managing BIM
                                                     projects with multiple disciplines, stakeholders, and companies




                                   All
The Whiting-Turner Contracting CompanyLevels         General contractors and other AEC professionals who need to
                                                     demonstrate site logistics in a virtual environment and provide validation of
                                                     proper project planning for review by the entire project team
                                                AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



            Company               Expertise                                 Target Audience
Autodesk                         All Levels        Construction project management personnel who work for AEC service
                                                   providers and owner organizations




                                 All Levels        Revit® users who issue DWF, DWG, PDF, or image files to estimators




J.H. Findorff & Son Inc.         All Levels        MEP contractors, general contractors, CMs, owners, and architects




Holder Construction Group, LLC   All Levels        AEC professionals who want to learn more about the ways that leading
                                                   contractors are using Autodesk Navisworks to help build better quality
                                                   buildings




Holder Construction Group, LLC   All Levels        AEC professionals interested in understanding the processes and methods
                                                   used by a leading BIM contractor on data center projects, specifically with
                                                   regard to leveraging Autodesk® products




Barnhart-BalfourBeatty           Intermediate      Project stakeholders including design and construction professionals,
                                                   owners, and facility maintenance personnel
                                             AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company             Expertise                                  Target Audience
Sundt Construction            All Levels        Concrete subcontractors, self-performing general contractors, construction
                                                managers, and structural designers




Balfour Beatty Construction   All Levels        All AEC industry professionals, especially those at firms that are starting to
                                                develop BIM plans on projects as a strategic initiative or as an owner
                                                requirement




Sundt Construction            Intermediate      General contractors, subcontractors, and any company that uses survey
                                                equipment and is interested in building information modeling technology




Autodesk, Inc.                All Levels        Any user who wants to explore, learn about and understand the interface,
                                                tools, and functionality available in Autodesk Quantity Takeoff




Herrero Contractors, Inc.     All Levels        Building owners, architects, construction managers, general contractors,
                                                and subcontractors who want to learn more about using Lean Construction
                                                to improve the work environment during design and construction of a
                                                building




Tocci Building Corporation    Intermediate      Architects, engineers, and contractors interested in leveraging BIM fully
                                                and moving efficiently through BIM execution planning
                                          AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



            Company         Expertise                                 Target Audience
                           Intermediate      Building construction professionals, including architects, engineers, and
                                             contractors




Brigham Young University   Intermediate      Users of Autodesk Quantity Takeoff who are interested in integrating
                                             Autodesk Quantity Takeoff with Sage Timberline Office Estimating




-                          All Levels        Contractors, design-build firms, architects and designers of all kinds who
                                             want to understand how building information modeling can be leveraged
                                             downstream in the construction process




Autodesk                   Intermediate      AEC professionals responsible for setting up and maintaining project
                                             workflows and process standards; design professionals who need to
                                             collaborate on building and infrastructure projects will benefit from
                                             understanding how Autodesk collaboration products are evolving




J.H. Findorff & Son Inc.   All Levels        Contractors, owners, and design build firms and could provide insight for
                                             engineering and architectural professionals




Autodesk, Inc.             All Levels        Any user who wants to explore, learn about, and understand the Autodesk
                                             Navisworks interface and tools
                                          AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company          Expertise                                  Target Audience
Tilden-Coil Constructors   All Levels        Builders who use Autodesk Revit Architecture and Navisworks® through
                                             the design and construction phases of a project




Sundt Construction         Intermediate      Owners, architects, consulting engineers, construction managers, and
                                             builders




Vela Systems, Inc          All Levels        Contractors, owners, engineers and virtual design and construction (VDC)
                                             professionals, who are interested in understanding specific examples of
                                             how owners are driving the use of BIM beyond design and into facility
                                             management and operations


Autodesk                   All Levels        Any creative professional or hobbyist interested in expressing their ideas
                                             with the next generation of creative 3D tools


Autodesk                   All Levels        Any designer who needs to make sketches, concepts, or amazing
                                             illustrations, as well as AutoCAD users who currently need to turn to many
                                             image editing and illustration packages to finalize a layout presentation




Autodesk                   All Levels        Designers who need to make sketches, concepts, or amazing illustrations,
                                             as well as AutoCAD users who currently need to turn to many image
                                             editing and illustration packages to finalize a layout presentation.




Gensler                    All Levels        Architects and designers who are interested in learning how a powerful
                                             hybrid vector-raster environment can enhance their early concept and
                                             ideation workflows

Autodesk                   All Levels        Designers and creative professionals




Autodesk                   All Levels        Designers and creative professionals
                                                 AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company                    Expertise                               Target Audience
Autodesk                            All Levels      Those interested in adding digital sketching and creative methodologies to
                                                    their current workflow




Autodesk                            All Levels      Industrial designers, product designers, product developers who are
                                                    intermediate Autodesk Alias or CAD users




                                    All Levels      Anyone involved in the design and engineering of transport or domestic
                                                    products




                                    All
Autodesk / Global Accounts & Consulting Levels      Concept artists, industrial designers, architects, illustrators, and anyone
                                                    interested to learn more about sketching with Autodesk products




Autodesk                            All Levels      Industrial designers interested in surface modeling; senior industrial
                                                    designers who want to evaluate surfacing contractors; IT managers who
                                                    want to install software for surfacing workflows; students who want to find
                                                    their way into the world of industrial design


viacelli                            All Levels      Creative professionals in all industries, designers, engineers, and team
                                                    managers




Autodesk                            All Levels      Industrial designers with intermediate knowledge of Autodesk Alias
                                                    products
                                  AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company    Expertise                               Target Audience
Autodesk             All Levels      Anyone interested in how the smart mobile devices can extend and
                                     change our workflows or simply offer fun




Autodesk, Inc.       All Levels      Designers and engineers interested in expanding their design tool portfolio
                                     to include the use of Alias Design and Alias Design for Inventor®


Autodesk, Inc.       All Levels      Designers and engineers interested in expanding their design tool portfolio
                                     to include the use of Alias Design and Alias Design for Inventor®


Autodesk             All Levels      Industrial designers, automotive designers, product designers, architects




Autodesk             All Levels      Industrial designers, automotive designers, product designers, architects




Autodesk             All Levels      Industrial designers, automotive designers, product designers, architects




Autodesk             All Levels      Industrial designers, automotive designers, product designers, architects
                                           AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company           Expertise                                  Target Audience
VB CAD                      All Levels        Individuals who want to leverage software they currently have to increase
                                              productivity, improve data visibility, and institute transparency in their
                                              organizations




Autodesk                    Intermediate      AutoCAD API developers who have a good understanding and familiarity
                                              with the ObjectARX API as well as the .NET API. Familiarity with mixed-
                                              managed programming and .NET interop is not necessary.


VB CAD                      All Levels        Those interested in developing .NET add-ins for AutoCAD




VB CAD                      All Levels        Those interested in developing .NET add-ins for AutoCAD




Autodesk                    Advanced          ObjectARX® and Microsoft® .NET developers for AutoCAD-based
                                              applications that require a fine control on copy, and wblock operations in
                                              AutoCAD®




Autodesk                    Intermediate      Application developers and Revit users who are interested in advanced
                                              Revit MEP programming




Autodesk                    Advanced          Developers with basic knowledge of the Revit API




CaptiveAire Systems, Inc.   Intermediate      Developers and CAD managers
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company    Expertise                                Target Audience
Autodesk             Advanced          Developers with basic knowledge of the Revit API




Self Employed        All Levels        Anyone who customizes AutoCAD




S2 Architecture      Intermediate      Corporate CAD managers as well as those CAD managers in a one-
                                       person shop




Autodesk             Intermediate      AutoCAD developers and users with intermediate or advanced experience
                                       with AutoCAD .NET API




Autodesk             Advanced          Intermediate to advanced programmers already familiar with the .NET
                                       framework and the AutoCAD .NET API. This class is not suitable for
                                       beginner programmers


Autodesk             Advanced          Intermediate to advanced programmers already familiar with the
                                       Microsoft® .NET framework and the AutoCAD .NET API. This class is not
                                       suitable for beginner programmers


Autodesk             Advanced          Users of the AutoCAD .NET and ObjectARX programming interfaces who
                                       would like to meet and pose questions to experts from the AutoCAD
                                       engineering and Autodesk developer network teams

Autodesk             Intermediate      Users of VBA who want to migrate their code to Microsoft .NET




Perkins + Will       Advanced          Sustainability advocates and BIM leaders who want to use the Revit API to
                                       advance their design capability
                                        AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Company    Expertise                                 Target Audience
A.T. Ferrell             All Levels        Anyone working with or currently developing applications for and
                                           programming Autodesk Inventor




Autodesk                 Intermediate      Web developers and professionals with intermediate Web programming
                                           experience




Autodesk                 Intermediate      Autodesk MapGuide Enterprise users with basic programming experience




                         All Levels        GIS application developers, GIS programmers, GIS project managers




Autodesk                 All Levels        GIS professionals/software developers with basic to intermediate
                                           Microsoft® .NET programming skills, solution architects who would like to
                                           know how to integrate Autodesk MapGuide data directly into their solutions




CAD-Manager.com          Advanced          Experienced AutoLISP programmers and CAD managers
                                               AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company               Expertise                                Target Audience
Autodesk                        Intermediate      Attendees who currently have experience with AutoLISP and want to start
                                                  learning VB.NET programming will want to take this class




Autodesk                        Intermediate      Developers comfortable with the Microsoft .NET and AutoCAD Map 3D
                                                  and platform APIs. Prior knowledge of Microsoft .NET workflows or
                                                  AutoCAD Map 3D workflows is not necessary




Odeh Engineers, Inc.            Advanced          Application developers looking to upgrade their old Windows Forms
                                                  applications to a newer, more stylish technology, or anyone just getting
                                                  started on Microsoft .NET development for Autodesk product and wanting
                                                  to work with the most up-to-date tools




                                All Levels        Novice to intermediate Revit programmers




ShipConstructor Software Inc.   All Levels        Software developers and technically minded IT staff who have some
                                                  exposure to development within an AutoCAD environment




Autodesk                        Advanced          Intermediate to advanced programmers already familiar with the
                                                  Microsoft® .NET Framework and the AutoCAD .NET API. This class is not
                                                  suitable for beginner programmers




Perkins + Will                  All Levels        BIM managers who want to develop Revit API tools to advance their firm's
                                                  Revit project production
                                     AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



            Company    Expertise                                  Target Audience
Autodesk              Intermediate      Application developers and Autodesk Revit users interested in Revit
                                        programming




Autodesk              All Levels        Attendees who are looking to get a basic understanding of AutoLISP
                                        programming without diving in too deep




City of Richland      Intermediate      All AutoCAD users




VB CAD                Intermediate      This class is for individuals who are tired of hearing about the cloud and
                                        are ready to see development take place and code to run in the Cloud




Autodesk              Intermediate      CAD managers and professional programmers who want to learn how to
                                        expand AutoCAD Civil 3D pipe network capabilities with API; a basic
                                        understanding of .NET programming concepts is assumed


Autodesk              All Levels        AutoCAD users with an interest in learning more about programming, and
                                        how they might use Microsoft .NET to tailor AutoCAD to their specific
                                        business needs




Autodesk              All Levels        AutoCAD users with an interest in learning more about programming, and
                                        how they might use Microsoft .NET to tailor AutoCAD to their specific
                                        business needs




VB CAD                Intermediate      Individuals involved in either migrating VBA projects into VB.NET or those
                                        involved in making decisions on this critical issue
                                        AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company        Expertise                                 Target Audience
Sparling                 Intermediate      AutoCAD® users who want to learn more about Visual LISP




Avatech Solutions        Advanced          CAD managers, IT staff, and developers tasked with Autodesk Inventor
                                           configuration development and management




Autodesk Consulting      Intermediate      IT and CAD Professionals interested in data management solutions




Autodesk                 Intermediate      VB.NET/C# developers interested in learning about the benefits of F# and
                                           non-programmer attendees of the "Point Cloud on a Shoestring" session
                                           interested in more in-depth technical information about working with point
                                           clouds




Engenious Technologies   All Levels        Engineers, designers, managers, executives, and programmers




Autodesk                 All Levels        Developers implementing applications that run and interact with the
                                           AutoCAD Civil 3D API who are interested in the surface object or who are
                                           planning to slowly adopt .NET as a programming platform
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company    Expertise                                 Target Audience
Autodesk             Advanced          Application developers, professional programmers and CAD managers
                                       who want to learn how to expand AutoCAD Civil 3D capabilities with .NET
                                       API




Autodesk             Advanced          Autodesk Inventor users or application developers with some experience
                                       with Microsoft Component Object Model (COM) Interop programming




Bornhorst & Ward     All Levels        Developers or AEC professionals interested in learning the Revit API




CAD & Company        Intermediate      Users who want to customize AutoCAD to automate simple everyday
                                       repetitive tasks from as simple as a zoom extends to as complex as
                                       inserting a title block and filling out the data fields




HOK                  All Levels        Facility managers, developers, project managers, and building owners




Avatech Solutions    All Levels        New Revit API developers who want to see what is possible, or existing
                                       developers looking to take advantage of the capabilities in 2011 to take
                                       things to the next level




Avatech Solutions    All Levels        New Revit API developers who want to see what is possible, or existing
                                       developers looking to take advantage of the capabilities in 2011 to take
                                       things to the next level
                                        AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company        Expertise                                 Target Audience
Autodesk                 Intermediate      AutoCAD API developers who have a good understanding of the AutoCAD
                                           .NET API; it is not necessary to have an understanding of the meshing
                                           entities and the BREP API




National MultiTech LTD   Advanced          Intermediate to advanced programmers using the .NET API




National MultiTech LTD   Advanced          Intermediate to advanced programmers using the .NET API




Hord Coplan Macht Inc.   All Levels        Cad managers, applications developers




Autodesk                 Intermediate      Attendees who want to automate more of their CAD Standards by using
                                           the CAD Standards feature with custom plug-ins; this class is not for those
                                           new to VB.NET development




Autodesk, Inc.           Intermediate      ARX, .NET and LISP application developers whose applications use the
                                           acedCommand/(command) facility or the Multiple Document Interface
                                           (MDI) programming interface




InMotion Consulting      Intermediate      All those who have worked with AutoCAD Civil 3D and want to go the next
                                           step and learn how to program AutoCAD Civil 3D to truly do their bidding
                                            AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company            Expertise                                  Target Audience
R. G. Vanderweil Engineers   Advanced          Revit users with API experience




Autodesk                     Intermediate      Application developers and Revit users interested in Revit programming




Autodesk                     Advanced          Developers interested in creating applications that graphically display data
                                               in a Revit model




Avatech Solutions            All Levels        Beginner to intermediate Autodesk Revit API developers who want to learn
                                               more about the power of one of the most straightforward features in the
                                               Autodesk Revit API




WB Engineering               Intermediate      Software developers who want to explore how WCF can be used in an
                                               AutoCAD .NET application and learn how to manually and dynamically
                                               create proxy stubs to consume these services




VB CAD                       Intermediate      Developers and aspiring developers who want to learn to write better code,
                                               faster, and with fewer headaches




                             All Levels        Revit API developers and technical architects and Revit users who require
                                               customized solutions for storing additional data




WATG                         All Levels        Revit users seeking more from their models, firm executives wondering
                                               how to extend their Revit investments, and programmers looking to get into
                                               Revit development
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company    Expertise                                 Target Audience
Autodesk             Intermediate      Attendees who currently have experience with VBA and want to learn how
                                       to transition to VB.NET programming and the AutoCAD .NET API




HASSELL              All Levels        CAD managers and advanced users with CAD management
                                       responsibilities




Autodesk             Advanced          Advanced users and programmers who have some experience with
                                       Inventor but would like to have a better understanding of the API and learn
                                       how to access geometry and part information




Autodesk             Intermediate      Programmers using AutoCAD to offer custom solutions to customers




Austal Ships         All Levels        CAD managers, developers and senior drafters or designers with little
                                       .NET and advanced AutoCAD® knowledge




Autodesk             Intermediate      .NET Developers and ObjectARX® developers




Avatech Solutions    Intermediate      AEC professionals who have intermediate experience with Autodesk Revit
                                       MEP
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company    Expertise                                 Target Audience
Avatech Solutions    Intermediate      AEC professionals who have intermediate experience with Revit structure




Autodesk             All Levels        AEC professionals and BIM managers interested in the process of
                                       developing large collaborative Revit projects




Autodesk             All Levels        AEC professionals who want to integrate site design with their BIM
                                       implementation




Autodesk             Intermediate      AEC professionals who have intermediate experience with Revit and BIM
                                       projects and wish to know more about large team project workflows




Autodesk             All Levels        AEC professionals who have little-to-no experience with Autodesk
                                       Navisworks Manage and would like to learn the basics of model assembly
                                       and collision detection




Benn Design          All Levels        Thought leaders, innovators, and experimenters; practice owners,
                                       technology managers, and team motivators
                                                  AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company                  Expertise                                 Target Audience
Benn Design                        All Levels        Thought leaders, innovators, and experimenters; practice owners,
                                                     technology managers, and team motivators




Skidmore, Owings & Merrill         All Levels        BIM early adopters and leaders, BIM managers, and management staff




SAIC                               All Levels        CEO, COO, product managers, CIO, CAD managers, BIM managers, and
                                                     company leadership




Ericksen Roed & Associates, Inc.   Intermediate      CAD, BIM, and IT managers and directors. Principals and partners
                                                     concerned with their firm's efficiency


Southland Industries               All Levels        All users, whether experienced or not in BIM




Autodesk                           Advanced          Design and engineering professionals who are interested in advanced
                                                     design practice which goes beyond the conventional and which harnesses
                                                     generative algorithms, simulation, optimization and digital fabrication
                                      AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



            Company     Expertise                                  Target Audience
MoreCompetency, Inc.   All Levels        Business owners, principals, project managers, CAD managers, and IS
                                         professionals




ProSoft                All Levels        Architects, engineers, contractors and owners who have experience with
                                         IPD or who want to discuss the IPD process

CAD-Manager.com        Intermediate      CAD, IT, and senior management team members




MasterGraphics         All Levels        CAD managers and advanced users with CAD management
                                         responsibilities, IT managers, project managers




Perkins + Will         All Levels        The heroic unfortunates who are responsible for implementing software




SAIC                   All Levels        CAD managers, BIM managers, technology leadership, CEOs, COOs, and
                                         CIOs




Autodesk               Intermediate      Architects, designers, and visualization specialists. Anyone interested in
                                         visualization using the Autodesk Design Suite

Autodesk               Intermediate      Architects, designers, and visualization specialists. Anyone interested in
                                         visualization using the Autodesk Design Suite

Autodesk               Intermediate      Architects, designers, and visualization specialists. Anyone interested in
                                         visualization using the Autodesk Design Suite

4D Artists, Inc.       All Levels        <p>Architects and design visualization professionals tasked with producing
                                         images and animations in 3ds Max Design from Revit models</p>
                                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



             Company                  Expertise                                 Target Audience
Consultant                          Intermediate      Intermediate to advanced Autodesk 3ds Max and 3ds Max Design users
                                                      and IT administrators




Autodesk                            Advanced          People doing visualization who are interested in finding out more about
                                                      animation techniques




                                     All
COINS (Construction Industry Solutions) Levels        AEC professionals who have intermediate to advanced experience with
                                                      AutoCAD Civil 3D and Autodesk 3ds Max Design




Autodesk                            Advanced          Rendering specialists who know Adobe Photoshop, have heard of the
                                                      linear workflow, but still have issues implementing it in their practice




Autodesk                            Advanced          Anybody who wants to integrate models from Autodesk 3ds Max and live
                                                      footage to produce believable movie sequences. Requires good
                                                      experience in Autodesk 3ds Max in order to follow the subjects of the class




HNTB                                Advanced          AEC professionals who are interested in sustainable design analysis.
                                                      Class participants should have intermediate experience with Autodesk
                                                      Revit Architecture but can have little-to-no experience with Autodesk 3ds
                                                      Max Design
                                            AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company            Expertise                                  Target Audience
3am Solutions (UK) Limited   Advanced          Existing users of the Autodesk Civil Visualization Extension for Autodesk
                                               3ds Max Design




Suddenly Scenery             All Levels        Design visualization professionals, environment artists, virtual
                                               cinematographers, and design technology leadership




3am Solutions (UK) Limited   All Levels        Existing users of the Autodesk AutoCAD Civil Visualization Extension




Perkins + Will               Intermediate      This class is for beginner or intermediate Autodesk 3ds Max users wanting
                                               to produce quality renderings with less time and effort




U.S. CAD                     All Levels        AEC professionals with a basic understanding of AutoCAD or Revit




Autodesk M&E                 All Levels        Existing users of Autodesk 3ds Max interested in learning the
                                               fundamentals of compositing with Autodesk 3ds Max 2011 and Composite
                                               2011
                                      AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



            Company     Expertise                                  Target Audience
Autodesk               Advanced          Visualization artists who are interested in learning .NET and seeing how it
                                         can be used to solve real-world problems




Autodesk               All Levels        Anyone looking for techniques on how to leverage their design data for
                                         stunning design visualizations




MasterGraphics Inc.    Intermediate      Intermediate-level visualization artists, designers, and Autodesk Inventor
                                         users




4D Artists, Inc.       Intermediate      Design visualization specialists, architects, industrial designers, and civil
                                         engineers tasked with producing renderings in Autodesk 3ds Max Design




CASE Design, Inc       Intermediate      Designers, 3D modelers, and visualization specialists




Inlet Technology       Intermediate      Design visualization experts




Inlet Technology       Intermediate      Design visualization experts




Parsons Brinckerhoff   All Levels        Design visualization project managers and specialists
                                                  AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



              Company               Expertise                                  Target Audience
Parsons Brinckerhoff               Intermediate      Design visualization specialists, Autodesk 3ds Max users




                                    All
Transportation Safety Board of Canada Levels         Intermediate-level users of Autodesk 3ds Max with some GIS and
                                                     photogrammetry experience




                                    All
Transportation Safety Board of Canada Levels         Intermediate-level users of Autodesk 3ds Max with some GIS and
                                                     photogrammetry experience




Robert A. M. Stern Architects      All Levels        Revit users that need to export models for rendering in 3ds Max, and 3ds
                                                     Max users who need to render the models




Architectus                        Intermediate      Architects, designers, and 3D modelers looking for better presentation
                                                     techniques to express their designs, enhance understanding, and better
                                                     utilize their 3D and BIM models




                                   All Levels        Animators at all levels, visualizers, and architects at an advanced level
                                     AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company     Expertise                                 Target Audience
MasterGraphics Inc.   Intermediate      Intermediate-level visualization artists and manufacturing users with
                                        Autodesk® 3ds Max® Design experience




SHW Group             All Levels        AEC professionals, designers, and urban planners




Autodesk              All Levels        Anyone looking to see the new enhancements to Autodesk 3ds Max and
                                        Autodesk 3ds Max Design for 2011




BSA LifeStructures    All Levels        MEP engineers and architects wanting to extract accurate lighting
                                        calculations from their Revit model




BSA LifeStructures    All Levels        MEP engineers and architects wanting to extract accurate lighting
                                        calculations from their Revit model
                                                 AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company                    Expertise                               Target Audience
DesignGroup                         All Levels      Architectural and Environmental Design faculty, AEC professionals, and
                                                    students




4D Technologies                     All Levels      Users, managers, and IT staff




Autodesk                            All Levels      Educators in all design disciplines and sectors, curriculum development
                                                    professionals, students, and faculty in all design disciplines




                                     All
COINS (Construction Industry Solutions) Levels      <p>Anyone preparing for 3ds Max Design Certification</p>




Autodesk, Inc.                      All Levels      Autodesk Revit Architecture users interested in certification




Auburn University                   All Levels      Educational professionals and students interested in the integration of
                                                    digital prototyping and BIM, digital fabrication, and cross-disciplinary
                                                    education
                                        AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



             Company        Expertise                                Target Audience
Autodesk                   All Levels      Teachers, trainers and instructors




Autodesk                   All Levels      Educational leaders and instructors




West Virginia University   All Levels      Interior design instructors and architecture and graphic design instructors




IIT Madras                 All Levels      Academics and educators, industry trainers




Autodesk                   All Levels      Post-secondary educators and students
                                          AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company            Expertise                               Target Audience
Glumac                       All Levels      Higher education faculty and staff, MEP engineers, architects, and energy
                                             analysts




                             All Levels      Students, faculty, project managers, deans, high school principals,
                                             superintendents, and industry leaders




                             All Levels      Postsecondary educators




                             All Levels      Secondary and post-secondary educators




University of West Bohemia   All Levels      Educators and students interested in extending university programs to
                                             support a local industry cluster


University of West Bohemia   All Levels      Educators and students interested in extending university programs to
                                             support a local industry cluster


                             All Levels      Design educators
                                               AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company                 Expertise                                Target Audience
Autodesk                          All Levels      Teachers, trainers, employers, and anyone looking at ways to teach cross-
                                                  discipline classes and get broad creative results




Autodesk                          All Levels      Teachers and students working with mechanical, manufacturing,
                                                  aerospace or industrial engineering students, as well as faculty advisers to
                                                  student groups, such as Project Lead the Way, SAE, or other design-
                                                  focused teams


                                  All Levels      Post-secondary educators




Bandstra LLC                      All Levels      Educators




SharedParameter BIM Consultants   All Levels      Educators from the secondary and post-secondary levels who teach
                                                  similar subject matter or who are interested in developing a similar
                                                  program and industry leaders in sustainable design who are interested in
                                                  learning how to partner with their local educational institutions




Sinclair Community College        All Levels      Educators, students, and professionals
                                            AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company            Expertise                                  Target Audience
Sinclair Community College   All Levels        Educators, students, and professionals




Kankakee Community College   All Levels        Educators who teach engineering graphics, engineering, or computer-
                                               aided drafting and design




FM:Systems                   All Levels        Facility managers




ARCHIBUS, Inc.               Intermediate      AEC firms with distributed teams, building owners with outsourced
                                               providers, and portfolio managers




Raptor Software, Inc.        All Levels        Facility managers, planners, and facility solution professionals




CADD Microsystems, Inc.      All Levels        Facility managers, architects, building owners, government agencies




GSA                          All Levels        Personnel that may be creating models for facility operations or managers
                                               searching for information on building systems and interdependencies
                                         AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



          Company          Expertise                                 Target Audience
faciliCAD LLC             All Levels        Facility management professionals and CAD managers responsible for
                                            following ANSI/BOMA standards




                          Intermediate      Attendees should have FM needs beyond simple drawing management.
                                            Users with SAP that are using or are planning to use the Enterprise Asset
                                            Management module from SAP are highly encouraged to attend




CADD Microsystems, Inc.   All Levels        Designers and facility managers who are looking to move the model from
                                            architectural programming through facilities management




CADapult Ltd              All Levels        Facility managers and building owners




ARCHIBUS, Inc.            All Levels        Owners and AEC firms that want to leverage the potential of BIM data for
                                            operations and maintenance, but who aren't sure of how to define
                                            responsibility for the data before, during, and after building delivery




FM:Systems, Inc.          All Levels        Facility managers
                                       AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



          Company          Expertise                               Target Audience
CADD Microsystems, Inc.   All Levels      Facility managers, architects, space planners and interior designers




ARCHIBUS, Inc.            All Levels      Building owners planning or completing green projects, who want to avoid
                                          losing gained efficiencies and certifications




ARCHIBUS, Inc.            All Levels      Building owners who want to learn a simple way to plan and execute
                                          building maintenance using a graphical interface




kubit GmbH                All Levels      Architects and facility managers




CADapult Ltd              All Levels      Facility managers and building owners
                                        AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company          Expertise                                Target Audience
ARCHIBUS, Inc.             All Levels      The target audience is the AEC firm that wants to remain focused on
                                           building design and modeling while meeting owner requirements for data in
                                           the BIM model




Brigham Young University   All Levels      Designers, architects, and facilities planners




                           All Levels      Facility managers




National MultiTech LTD     All Levels      Property managers, large company space and population planners




faciliCAD LLC              All Levels      Facility management professionals and CAD managers responsible for
                                           selection and implementation of a CAFM solution




FM:Systems, Inc.           All Levels      Facility managers
                                        AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company          Expertise                               Target Audience
                           All Levels




                           All Levels




                           All Levels




                           All Levels




Solar System Exploration   All Levels      All




                           All Levels




Autodesk                   All Levels      Anyone who is interested in seeing what is new in the next release of
                                           Inventor

IMAGINiT Technologies      All Levels      Users who want to understand how top-down design can aid them in their
                                           design intent and efficiency
                                                  AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



            Company                 Expertise                                 Target Audience
Engineering Design Systems, Inc.   All Levels        All levels of AutoCAD® Inventor® designers who have general knowledge
                                                     of 3D modeling and assembling




Synergis Technologies, Inc.        All Levels        Electrical designers currently using AutoCAD or AutoCAD LT® for control
                                                     schematic development




Stratasys, Inc.                    All Levels        Design engineers, product designers, manufacturing engineers, inventors
                                                     and entrepreneurs, and technology educators




Autodesk                           All Levels        Designers and design engineers involved in designing frame structures
                                                     that can meet codes




Widom Associates                   Intermediate      Architects, designers, engineers, fabricators, and model makers




Synergis Technologies, Inc.        Intermediate      Intermediate to advanced Autodesk Inventor users who need to design
                                                     plastic parts and their tooling
                                            AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company            Expertise                                 Target Audience
Autodesk                     All Levels        Designers and factory layout technicians




Brunette Technologies, LLC   All Levels        AutoCAD and AutoCAD Electrical users who are interested in linking non-
                                               schematic style drawings into the electrical design package




Brunette Technologies, LLC   All Levels        AutoCAD and AutoCAD Electrical users who are interested in linking non-
                                               schematic style drawings into the electrical design package




Robert Stein                 Intermediate      Anyone using AutoCAD Electrical for machine design




Robert Stein                 All Levels        Those who have a desire to talk about how their organization is using
                                               AutoCAD Electrical, and what issues they may have or may not have
                                               overcome. This is a relaxed open environment where attendees can talk
                                               about the good and the bad


Autodesk                     Intermediate      Autodesk Algor users looking to simplify models or modify models for use
                                               in simulation
Autodesk                     All Levels        Designers (industrial and parametric), artists, and users




Autodesk                     Intermediate      Autodesk Inventor users who want to add an important element to their
                                               professional qualifications


VDS                          Intermediate      Design and AutoCAD® Mechanical engineers, Autodesk Inventor users,
                                               and Autodesk Inventor simulation users




VDS                          Intermediate      Design and AutoCAD® Mechanical engineers, Autodesk Inventor users,
                                               and Autodesk Inventor simulation users
                                             AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



            Company            Expertise                                Target Audience
Lantronix                     Intermediate      Engineers using Autodesk Inventor to create complex shapes




                              All Levels        Autodesk Moldflow Insight users




Autodesk, Inc.                All Levels        Manufacturing professionals who want to automate their business,
                                                including users and technical managers who want to understand the broad
                                                scope of automation solutions and where they best fit




KETIV Technologies            All Levels        Managers and users who need to build additional content in AutoCAD
                                                Electrical




IMAGINiT Technologies         All Levels        Users wanting more out of their drawing templates and a better
                                                understanding of the resources that go into a potent documentation engine




Synergis Technologies, Inc.   All Levels        AutoCAD Electrical designers




Blue Ridge Numerics           All Levels        Designers and engineers who need to solve flow and thermal problems the
                                                fastest way possible using Upfront CFD and Autodesk Inventor
                                            AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



            Company           Expertise                                  Target Audience
Autodesk                     All Levels        Product engineers and product designers




Nashville Electric Service   All Levels        Anyone interested in bill of materials and with some knowledge of
                                               Autodesk Inventor




Sellier Enterprises Inc.     All Levels        Mechanical design engineers, mechanical drafters, and CAD managers




                             Intermediate      Autodesk Moldflow Insight users who use semi-crystalline materials




Brunette Technologies, LLC   Advanced          AutoCAD Electrical users interested in a learning how the circuit builder
                                               tool works, how to customize circuit templates and the circuit builder
                                               spreadsheet, and how to create or modify an electrical standard




Autodesk                     All Levels        Designers, design engineers, and anyone who can be held responsible for
                                               a faulty design can benefit from this lab. They will learn how to avoid
                                               design mistakes before fabricating expensive and time consuming rapid or
                                               physical prototypes for physical testing




John Evans Design            All Levels        CAD and non-CAD professionals who produce documentation and
                                               instructions related to manufactured items
                                         AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company         Expertise                                Target Audience
IMAGINiT Technologies     All Levels        Autodesk Inventor and Revit users who are interested in learning more
                                            about the dynamic between the mechanical and building design systems




IMAGINiT Technologies     All Levels        Autodesk Inventor and Revit users who are interested in learning more
                                            about the dynamic between the mechanical and building design systems




Autodesk, Inc.            All Levels        Those currently using Autodesk Alias, Autodesk Moldflow. and/or
                                            Autodesk Algor products. Users working in the consumer products industry
                                            will also find this class very appealing




Irontown Software, LLC    Intermediate      Autodesk Inventor power users, CAD managers, engineers, and designers




Autodesk                  All Levels        Users of various levels who use AutoCAD® to create factory layouts and
                                            Autodesk Inventor users who do machine design layout




Dynamic Structures Ltd.   All Levels        Project management, CAD managers, designers, sales
                                                AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company                Expertise                                 Target Audience
Autodesk                         All Levels        Users of Autodesk Inventor who want to work with imported data, users
                                                   who want to expand the use of Autodesk Inventor data in their organization
                                                   to improve communication




Quantum Training Centers, Inc.   All Levels        Those who are interested in using the Autodesk Inventor 2011 sheet metal
                                                   environment to create and document parts to their requirements




Robert Stein                     All Levels        CAD managers and advanced users with CAD management
                                                   responsibilities




Autodesk                         All Levels        Professionals who are new to Autodesk Inventor or are using Autodesk
                                                   Inventor to create sheet metal or folded material components


Autodesk                         All Levels        Professionals who are new to Autodesk Inventor or are using Autodesk
                                                   Inventor to create sheet metal or folded material components


Autodesk                         All Levels        Autodesk Inventor users, as well as AutoCAD®, AutoCAD Mechanical,
                                                   Autodesk Alias®, Autodesk Inventor Publisher, Autodesk Showcase®, and
                                                   Simulation users who work with or want to work with Autodesk Inventor




Autodesk                         All Levels        Autodesk Inventor users, as well as AutoCAD®, AutoCAD Mechanical,
                                                   Autodesk Alias®, Autodesk Inventor Publisher, Autodesk Showcase®, and
                                                   Simulation users who work with or want to work with Autodesk Inventor




Autodesk                         All Levels        Autodesk Inventor users, as well as AutoCAD®, AutoCAD Mechanical,
                                                   Autodesk Alias®, Autodesk Inventor Publisher, Autodesk Showcase®, and
                                                   Simulation users who work with or want to work with Autodesk Inventor




Quantum Training Centers, Inc.   Intermediate      Individuals interested learning to create and document the design of sheet
                                                   metal components
                                     AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



            Company    Expertise                                Target Audience
Autodesk              All Levels        Everyday Autodesk Inventor users or engineers who use Autodesk
                                        Inventor




Autodesk              All Levels        Everyday Autodesk Inventor users or engineers who use Autodesk
                                        Inventor




Autodesk              All Levels        Everyday Autodesk Inventor users or engineers who use Autodesk
                                        Inventor




Autodesk              Intermediate      Autodesk Inventor iLogic users that want to use their own custom user
                                        interface to manage the input parameters of an Autodesk Inventor iLogic
                                        design


Autodesk              Intermediate      Engineers or designers who design systems with wire harnesses




Accellent             Intermediate      Autodesk Moldflow users who create overmolded inserts




LANXESS Corporation   All Levels        Plastics design engineers, engineering managers, part designers, and
                                        mold designers




                      Intermediate      Anyone interested in integrating Autodesk Inventor and AutoCAD with SAP




                      All Levels        Intermediate and advanced-level users of Autodesk Moldflow insight
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company    Expertise                                 Target Audience
                     Intermediate      Those thinking about implementing or who have implemented material
                                       requirements planning (SAP MRP) and enterprise resource planning (SAP
                                       ERP) solutions for their Autodesk Inventor data




                     All Levels        Autodesk Moldflow power users




Autodesk             All Levels        We are looking for people who actively work with schematics for controls,
                                       switchgear, power, process and instrumentation




Autodesk             All Levels        We are looking for people who actively work with schematics for controls,
                                       switchgear, power, process, and instrumentation




Autodesk             All Levels        People who actively create schematics for controls, switchgear, power,
                                       process and instrumentation
                                  AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company    Expertise                               Target Audience
Autodesk             All Levels      People who actively create schematics for controls, switchgear, power,
                                     process and instrumentation




Autodesk             All Levels      People who actively create schematics for controls, switchgear, power,
                                     process and instrumentation




Autodesk             All Levels      People who actively create schematics for controls, switchgear, power,
                                     process and instrumentation




Autodesk             All Levels      People who actively create schematics for controls, switchgear, power,
                                     process and instrumentation




Autodesk             All Levels      People who actively create schematics for controls, switchgear, power,
                                     process and instrumentation
                                            AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company            Expertise                                 Target Audience
Autodesk                     All Levels        People who actively create schematics for controls, switchgear, power,
                                               process and instrumentation.




                             All Levels        Autodesk Moldflow users who simulate using long-fiber thermoplastics

Tekni Consulting LLC         All Levels        Manufacturing professionals with any level of experience with Autodesk
                                               Inventor




                             All Levels        Desktop engineers, compliance managers, CAD Managers, Industrial
                                               Designers




Brunette Technologies, LLC   Intermediate      Users interested in exploring the interface between Autodesk Inventor and
                                               AutoCAD Electrical




Brunette Technologies, LLC   Intermediate      Users interested in exploring the interface between Autodesk Inventor and
                                               AutoCAD Electrical
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company    Expertise                                  Target Audience
                     Intermediate      Material scientists, injection and structural engineers




                     All Levels        Plastic part and mold designers who experience product warpage




Autodesk, Inc.       All Levels        AutoCAD® Mechanical engineers, design engineers, designers




                     All Levels        CAM programmers, machine operators, and engineers as it ties in all three
                                       people; engineers can better learn what steps a CAM programmer does
                                       when he gets a new model to machine




Autodesk             Intermediate      Design professionals who are interested in designing plastic injection
                                       molds




Autodesk Inc.        All Levels        Anyone involved in the design and manufacture of plastic products
                                                AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company                Expertise                                  Target Audience
                                 Intermediate      Drywall contractors with intermediate Revit skills, wall framing estimators




                                 Intermediate      Drywall contractors with intermediate Revit skills, wall framing estimators




Autodesk                         All Levels        Technical communicators, designers, and engineers responsible for
                                                   creating and contributing to assembly instructions, service instructions,
                                                   user manuals and other product documentation




Autodesk                         All Levels        Technical communicators, designers, and engineers responsible for
                                                   creating and contributing to assembly instructions, service instructions,
                                                   user manuals, and other product documentation




Autodesk                         All Levels        Technical communicators, designers, and engineers responsible for
                                                   creating and contributing to assembly instructions, service instructions,
                                                   user manuals, and other product documentation




Quantum Training Centers, Inc.   Intermediate      Those who want to use the dynamic simulation environment to prove their
                                                   designs

                                 Intermediate      Anyone involved in the design and manufacture of plastic products
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company    Expertise                                  Target Audience
Autodesk, Inc.       All Levels        Designers, engineers, and analysts looking to learn more about the line of
                                       Autodesk simulation products




Cadalyst             Intermediate      Machinery designers




Cadalyst             Intermediate      Designers of weldments




Cadalyst             Intermediate      Designers of weldments




RTP Company          Intermediate      Designers and/or analysts of structural injection molded parts, which would
                                       be any part that must sustain a physical load intermittently, as a static one-
                                       time load, or as a constant load




Autodesk, Inc.       All Levels        Autodesk Inventor users
                                      AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



               Company    Expertise                                Target Audience
IMAGINiT Technologies    All Levels      Autodesk Inventor users wanting to know more about how multi-body parts
                                         can increase their modeling productivity and efficiency




IMAGINiT Technologies    All Levels      Autodesk Inventor users wanting to know more about how multi-body parts
                                         can increase their modeling productivity and efficiency




IMAGINiT Technologies    All Levels      Autodesk Inventor users wanting to know more about how multi-body parts
                                         can increase their modeling productivity and efficiency




A.T. Ferrell             All Levels      Autodesk Inventor users




Autodesk, Inc.           All Levels      Anyone who uses simulations, from new users to experienced analysts




BD                       Advanced        Professionals who are involved with injection molding and injection
                                         molding analysis
                                            AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company            Expertise                                 Target Audience
Autodesk                     Intermediate      Autodesk Inventor users who would like to automate the creation of parts
                                               and assemblies




Brunette Technologies, LLC   All Levels        AutoCAD users interested in creating control schematics using AutoCAD
                                               Electrical




Autodesk                     All Levels        AutoCAD users using 3D, users thinking of 3D, users interested but wary
                                               of moving to Autodesk Inventor




Autodesk                     All Levels        AutoCAD users using 3D, users thinking of 3D, users interested in but
                                               wary of moving to Autodesk Inventor




Autodesk                     All Levels        AutoCAD users using 3D, users thinking of 3D, users interested in but
                                               wary of moving to Autodesk Inventor




                             Intermediate      Intermediate-level users of Autodesk Moldflow Insight




Autodesk                     All Levels        General engineering users who want to present their designs at a higher
                                               level




Autodesk                     All Levels        General engineering users who want to present their designs at a higher
                                               level




Autodesk                     All Levels        General engineering users who want to present their designs at a higher
                                               level
                                  AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company    Expertise                               Target Audience
                     All Levels      CAD managers and administrators actively supporting more than 20 seats
                                     of Autodesk Inventor




Autodesk             All Levels      All AU users of manufacturing products are invited, not just Autodesk®
                                     Inventor® users




Autodesk             All Levels      All AU users of manufacturing products are invited, not just Autodesk®
                                     Inventor® users




Autodesk             All Levels      Manufacturers of building products, including windows, doors, lighting,
                                     HVAC, furniture, elevator, carriers, and other building products




Autodesk             All Levels      Manufacturers of building products, including windows, doors, lighting,
                                     HVAC, furniture, elevator, carriers, and other building products




                     All Levels      Technical publication professionals or design professionals with tech pubs
                                     responsibilities, those who are responsible for multiple formats (paper and
                                     electronic documents, videos, and/or interactive models); those who use
                                     AutoCAD® or Autodesk Inventor or other Autodesk design software

                     All Levels      Technical publication professionals or design professionals with tech pubs
                                     responsibilities, those who are responsible for multiple formats (paper and
                                     electronic documents, videos, and/or interactive models); those who use
                                     AutoCAD® or Autodesk Inventor or other Autodesk design software

                     All Levels      Technical publication professionals or design professionals with tech pubs
                                     responsibilities, those who are responsible for multiple formats (paper and
                                     electronic documents, videos, and/or interactive models); those who use
                                     AutoCAD® or Autodesk Inventor or other Autodesk design software
                                  AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company    Expertise                               Target Audience
                     All Levels      Technical publication professionals or design professionals with tech pubs
                                     responsibilities, those who are responsible for multiple formats (paper and
                                     electronic documents, videos, and/or interactive models); those who use
                                     AutoCAD® or Autodesk Inventor or other Autodesk design software

                     All Levels      Technical publication professionals or design professionals with tech pubs
                                     responsibilities, those who are responsible for multiple formats (paper and
                                     electronic documents, videos, and/or interactive models); those who use
                                     AutoCAD® or Autodesk Inventor or other Autodesk design software

Autodesk, Inc.       All Levels      Consumer products plastic part designers




Autodesk, Inc.       All Levels      Consumer products plastic part designers




Autodesk, Inc.       All Levels      Consumer products plastic part designers




Autodesk, Inc.       All Levels      Consumer products plastic part designers




Autodesk             All Levels      Those who use AutoCAD and Autodesk Inventor and want to document
                                     Autodesk Inventor models in AutoCAD
                                  AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company    Expertise                               Target Audience
Autodesk             All Levels      Those who use AutoCAD and Autodesk Inventor to deliver complete
                                     Autodesk Inventor DWG drawings in AutoCAD




Autodesk             All Levels      Those who use AutoCAD, AutoCAD Architecture, and third-party add-ons
                                     to create factory layouts, create installation drawings for manufacturing
                                     equipment, or digitally manage a factory layout




Autodesk             All Levels      Those who use AutoCAD, AutoCAD Architecture, and third-party add-ons
                                     to create factory layouts, create installation drawings for manufacturing
                                     equipment, or digitally manage a factory layout




Autodesk             All Levels      People who are interested in sustainable design tools for Autodesk
                                     Inventor




Autodesk             All Levels      Current users of Autodesk Inventor Stress Analysis, users of any other
                                     stress analysis software, or anyone thinking about using stress analysis
                                     software in the future




Autodesk             All Levels      Current users of Autodesk Inventor Stress Analysis, users of any other
                                     stress analysis software, or anyone thinking about using stress analysis
                                     software in the future
                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company    Expertise                                 Target Audience
Autodesk             All Levels        Current users of Autodesk Inventor Stress Analysis, users of any other
                                       stress analysis software, or anyone thinking about using stress analysis
                                       software in the future




Autodesk             All Levels        Current users of Autodesk Inventor Stress Analysis, users of any other
                                       stress analysis software, or anyone thinking about using stress analysis
                                       software in the future




Autodesk             All Levels        Anyone interested in simulation, stress analysis, or cloud computing




Autodesk             Intermediate      Current and past users of Autodesk Algor Simulation or Autodesk Stress
                                       Analysis or both




Autodesk             Intermediate      Current and past users of Autodesk Algor Simulation and/or Autodesk
                                       Stress Analysis




Autodesk             Intermediate      Current and past users of Autodesk Algor Simulation and/or Autodesk
                                       Stress Analysis
                                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company                   Expertise                                Target Audience
Autodesk                            Intermediate      Current and past users of Autodesk Algor Simulation and/or Autodesk
                                                      Stress Analysis




Autodesk                            Intermediate      Current and past users of Autodesk Algor Simulation and/or Autodesk
                                                      Stress Analysis




Autodesk                            All Levels        Beginning- to advanced-level Autodesk Inventor users who want to
                                                      increase productivity by applying configuration tools




Autodesk                            Advanced          Users who have programmatically customized AutoCAD, perhaps using
                                                      LISP or VBA, and would like to get into customizing AutoCAD MEP with
                                                      .NET




SmithGroup                          Intermediate      Intermediate-level Revit MEP users




Paul F. Aubin Consulting Services   All Levels        AutoCAD MEP engineers, drafters, CAD managers, BIM managers, and
                                                      AutoCAD MEP users
                                                   AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company                   Expertise                                 Target Audience
Paul F. Aubin Consulting Services   All Levels        MEP engineers, drafters, CAD managers, BIM managers, and AutoCAD
                                                      MEP users




Autodesk                            Intermediate      AutoCAD or AutoCAD MEP users who want to take their 3D skills to the
                                                      next level




Hazen and Sawyer                    All Levels        Anyone who uses AutoCAD MEP, from beginners to power users, as well
                                                      as CAD managers, engineers, and construction team members. Also
                                                      anyone who has an eye towards streamlining engineering and construction
                                                      costs for AutoCAD MEP projects




Southland Industries                All Levels        Anyone who wants to learn a better way of managing and organizing files
                                                      and folders for coordination in Navisworks from a contractor's perspective


                                    Advanced          Owners, architects, AutoCAD® MEP engineers, energy analysts, and
                                                      designers




Heapy Engineering                   All Levels        MEP project managers and MEP design professionals




Hazen and Sawyer                    All Levels        Anyone who deals with or faces the real and formidable challenge of
                                                      applying technology to a real world construction project
                                                    AU 2010 Conference Class Catalog



           Company                     Expertise                                 Target Audience
                                      All
Capital Engineering and Consultants, Inc Levels        Architects, civil engineers, structural engineers, MEP engineers, project
                                                       managers, CAD managers, designers, and drafters




Autodesk                             All Levels        Anyone interested in taking their Autodesk Revit MEP designs downstream
                                                       in the design process and all they way to prefabrication on site; suggested
                                                       audience members would be existing/prospective Revit users, engineers,
                                                       designers, contractors