Autodesk University 2019, hosted in Las Vegas, is the premier conference for those who design and make the world around us. Whether you design, engineer and manage roads and bridges, stormwater systems, government facilities and military installations, or intergalactic space vehicles, there’s something for everyone at Autodesk University (AU).
This year, AU will connect more than 10,000 professionals from AEC, manufacturing, and more, over four days of learning, networking, and knowledge sharing from November 19-21 in Las Vegas, NV (with preconferences on November 18).
Get AU Discounted Passes on DLT’s GSA Schedule
This year we’re offering discounted passes to AU exclusively to government customers through DLT’s GSA Schedule.
Why buy through DLT? We’re offering passes at a fixed discounted rate, meaning the price won’t change between now and the conference. This means you have time to convince your boss and get budget approved, without worrying about price increases as we move beyond the traditional early bird selling period.
For even more savings, Autodesk has also negotiated special rates with The Venetian and The Palazzo hotels, both within walking distance of the Sands Convention Center, where AU takes place.
To learn more or reserve your pass, contact email@example.com.
What to Expect at AU
In addition to inspiring keynotes, AU offers a range of classes, hands-on labs, and roundtables for every level and discipline. For example, last year, AU featured hundreds of sessions, including these 10 “can’t miss” infrastructure sessions (now available on-demand). You can also take an Autodesk certification exam for free at AU and add an industry-accepted credential to your resume.
AU also stresses personal connections, and there are plenty of opportunities to connect with peers and experts in your field.
And don’t forget the Expo where you can get hands-on with the technologies changing how we design, make, and build the world around us.
Still not convinced? Take a look at these 4 things we learned at Autodesk University 2018 – so much can happen in a few short days in November!