As 2020 kicks in, reflections from AU2019

Autodesk University is a big, thought-provoking event. This year was no different – we got to hear from and meet with our industry’s best and brightest leaders. And now that 2020 is underway, we’re realizing that a lot of what we heard about at AU is happening in real time. Whether it’s out in the field, on the shop floor, or in the office, manufacturing innovation is starting to happen in construction.

Our partner Applied Software was there to capture the thoughts and opinions of construction industry leaders, among them our own Raghi Iyengar and Jason Barber. Check out the Applied video to get their insights, among others’, on the state of construction in 2020.

Check out the interview.

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