The Growing Demand for Infrastructure Resiliency—How Digital Transformation Can Help

Infrastructure is one of the least technologically transformed sectors in the economy. And the challenges that resulted from the COVID-19 pandemic illustrated just how badly critical infrastructure needs digital modernization. As a result, there is a global consensus that critical…

How Generative Design is Revolutionizing Component Fabrication at NASA

The GovDesignHub recently had the opportunity to attend some of the sessions and panel discussions from last year’s Autodesk University (AU). This annual conference, held in mid-November in Las Vegas, Nevada, brings together innovators in architecture, engineering, construction, product design,…

6 Ways to Use Digital Factory Technology to Enhance Operations

This article originally appeared on the Applied Software Blog. To read the original article in its entirety, click HERE. Manufacturers are finding today’s industry to be increasingly fast paced. Most are recognizing the need to stay ahead of the curve…

5 Benefits of Process Automation in Manufacturing

This article originally appeared on the IMAGINiT Manufacturing Solutions Blog. To read the original article in its entirety, click HERE. Many things change in the manufacturing space, but one thing remains constant – Innovation remains the driving force behind growth…

What’s New in Vault 2024?

The newest release of Autodesk’s premier on-premise data management solution, Vault Professional 2024, has been out several months as of the writing of this article. Now, with a little real-world experience, I would like to share some of the most…

Why the Time is Now for Digital Transformation in Military Manufacturing

Many of today’s military platforms and weapons systems are delivered behind schedule and over budget. Worse, some of these incredibly expensive systems are delivered without the capabilities promised, or are less effective than originally anticipated. For example, simply look at…

U.S. Marine Corps Proves What’s Possible by 3D Printing in Flight

Imagine being on the battlefield and breaking a bone. Traditionally, you would have to wait for a helicopter to perform a medical evacuation, wait to be seen by a doctor, and wait for them to make you a cast. This…

U.S. Marines Make History by 3D Printing in the Air

The U.S. military views 3D printing and other forms of advanced manufacturing as a way to reimagine traditional manufacturing approaches that have historically been incredibly slow and costly. It also sees these revolutionary approaches to manufacturing as a way to…

How Digital Design is Saving Coral Reefs

This article originally appeared on Autodesk News. To read the original article in its entirety, click HERE. It can take anywhere from 10,000 to tens-of-millions of years for a coral reef to form, and just weeks for it to die.…

Utilizing Simulation for Ethical Medical Testing

This article originally appeared on the KETIV Blog. To read the original article in its entirety, click HERE. One of the key drivers in healthcare today is the shift toward personalized medicine. Instead of treating patients as average subjects, the…