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                    [post_content] => We compiled the top seven things that we saw at Autodesk University this year.

HingePoint covered the conference and saw tech for everything from making supermodels (not just BIM models) to automatic tagging technology for Revit and new 3D printing technology.

As we move into 2017 it is going to bring more and more of this technology, from virtual reality to generative design.

 


1

HSBCAD

HSBCAD shows off software for Microsoft's HaloLens virtual reality headset just for the heck of it at Autodesk University. These are guys are growing across the world. The HoloLens has only been available to developers for a few months, but already HSBCAD has working software for the newest trend in the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industry. As the AEC industry gradually marches towards augmented and virtual reality, the software demo shows the robust capability of HSBCAD, said Bryce Finnerty, CEO and Founder of HingePoint.

 
 
2

Smartvid.io

  Smartvid.io is a cloud-based platform that helps you manage, collaborate and analyze your industrial video and photos. Smartvid.io uses machine learning to identify photos and video with visuals and audio. We interviewed Smartvid.io Founder and CEO Josh Kanner about how machine learning is used in their application.

 
 
3

Sweets.com

Sweets.com puts the “I” in your Building Information Models (BIM) with a new Revit plugin that automatically tags product data. At Autodesk University 2016 Sweets.com showcased their new Revit plugin on the showroom floor. Users can tag product data into their Revit design models https://www.hingepoint.com/blog/autodesk/sweets-com-makes-revit-models-sweeter-with-automatic-tagging/  
4

3D Printing

At the Autodesk University exhibit, intern Andy Baldwin explains the future of 3D printing and how it is going to revolutionize the world.

   
 
5

DAQRI Smart Helmet


 
6

UL's Web App

Underwriters Laboratories (UL) wants to get credible sustainability data into Revit models more easily. To do so, UL recently launched a web-based product, sustainability-information tool that will help users select credible green products and place that information into their Building Information Modeling (BIM) workflow. https://www.hingepoint.com/blog/revit-model/ul-introduces-online-database-to-easily-add-sustainability-data-into-revit-models/  
 
7

Collaborea

At Autodesk University 2016, Collaborea showed off their supermodel software. "Collaborea is the smart logbook during all phases of your project. In one workflow you inspect the job, communicate with all stakeholders and create tasks and assignments to process alterations. You can find all the information in one place for all involved parties, without them needing any additional software. Collaborea is the missing link for Autodesk Navisworks in issue management."

 
  [post_title] => The Best 7 Things at Autodesk University 2016 [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => open [ping_status] => open [post_password] => [post_name] => the-best-7-things-at-autodesk-university-2016 [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2018-02-21 00:39:38 [post_modified_gmt] => 2018-02-21 06:39:38 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => https://www.hingepoint.com/?p=12282 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => post [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [1] => WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 11850 [post_author] => 3 [post_date] => 2016-03-10 13:33:29 [post_date_gmt] => 2016-03-10 19:33:29 [post_content] => Hi All!!!  HingePoint is back again with the second installment of the “Best of the Innovation Interviews”.  If you haven’t enjoyed part one yet, click here . The innovation interviews took place at the Autodesk University 2015 Conference in Las Vegas, and we have some more of the best questions and responses to share with you.  Thank you again to all of the interviewees who graciously participated.   Question 1: How many years have you been coming to AU and how has it changed over the years? Mike Higgins, EMCS Inc., Senior Civil Engineering Technician – “I've been coming since 2010, missed 2011, but been here every year since then.  I guess the big thing that I've noticed, there's been a lot more sessions where their trying to get direct user feedback and are trying to engage the customers. Another good thing I've liked to see is the interactive class room environments that have been coming along in the past couple years where it is more as an open forum as opposed to a stand and present kind of class.” http://www.emcsinc.com   Mark Behrens, Red Viking, Controls Designer/ CAD Manager – “I've been coming here for 6 years and I remember back, the first time I came. The chaos, what they considered registration, etc. The thing that sticks most in my mind is the fact that I walked in, scanned the QR code on my phone, I was done.  In 5 minutes I had everything I needed instead of an hours wait.” https://www.redviking.com   Justin Inman, Autodesk Evangelist – “I've been coming here since 2004 on and off.  To me Autodesk as a company completely changed.  Autodesk has really grown in the entertainment segment quite a bit.  I think they have a new product called “Within” which is more for the medical industry. It is really interesting how the company is branching out and has expanded.”   Matt Wunch, BVH Integrated Services, BIM Manager – “This is going to be my 3rd time here, 1st time presenting.  The biggest change I've noticed is the registration, I was in and out in 5 minutes, where as in the past it could take up to an hour.” http://www.bvhis.com   Question 2: What is your favorite highlight of autodesk university and why?  Mark Behrens, Red Viking, Controls Designer/ CAD Manager – “This year is the IOT technology.  I got accepted to the IOT technology session which to me is extremely new. They haven't even rolled it out yet, something I really enjoy.” https://www.redviking.com   Mike Higgins, EMCS Inc., Senior Civil Engineering Technician – “It was actually one of the open discussion classes I mentioned before.  It was actually put on by the Wisconsin DOT so I really related to it. It was about the implementation of how Wis DOT is implementing BIM and SIM into their project more and more to get parties to come together and see where issues might occur.” http://www.emcsinc.com   Question 3: What product or solution are you most optimistic about implementing in the future? Brett McCarthy, Alvine Engineering, BIM Manager – “The product I am most optimistic about in the future is a product we already implemented, Revit.  I am excited to see where it goes in the future and how we can better utilize it in the future.  We use it for about 90% of our projects.  We are in the business of consulting, so having something that can be visually displayed to them is very helpful.” http://www.alvine.com   Elias Ponce, TD Industries, CAD Layout – “I think a lot of the reality capture stuff.  As cool as it is, I see a lot of the benefits, but it is a really scary thing for new industries.”   Brian Binkley, Gephart Electric, Design Manager – “It's got to be Revit.  We are already using it right now, but we are just scratching the surface on what we can do with it. The thing I am most interested about is gathering all of the data and pulling it out of Revit.  This will allow us to be more efficient and make our jobs easier.” http://www.gephartelectric.com   Question 4: What is something you did not know before coming to AU this year?  Elias Ponce, TD Industries, CAD Layout – “I think the networking is the thing that kind of surprised me a lot.  In the CAD world a lot of the guys do not want to share their secret sauce. Networking with a lot of different people here showed that a lot of people here are willing to share a lot of information that you would not ask for outside of AU.” http://www.tdindustries.com   Question 5: Do you have a favorite speaker at the conference?  Brian Binkley, Gephart Electric, Design Manager – “Yeah, two speakers.  The first speaker is Sunny Watts, she gave a fantastic presentation about the electrical field on Monday in our MEP pre fabrication forum.  The other speaker that probably everyone talks about is Marcello Sgambelluri.  He just did a fantastic presentation that I attended on Dynamo.” http://www.gephartelectric.com   Darrell Dixon, Apex-Engineering, Mechanical Designer – “I really like Joel Harris.  He taught a class on creating specs with unbreakable workflows.  This is a real problem with that software trying to make everything work smoothly.  He is very knowledgeable and entertaining.” http://apexengineering.net   Thank you for checking out part two of the best responses on the Interview on Innovation series.  If you or a representative of your firm would like to be interviewed about your innovation plans in 2016 visit our Innovation Interview page and click interview me! [post_title] => Best of Autodesk University 2015 Innovation Interviews – Part 2 [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => open [ping_status] => open [post_password] => [post_name] => best-hingepoints-autodesk-university-2015-innovation-interviews-part-2 [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2018-01-25 02:03:27 [post_modified_gmt] => 2018-01-25 08:03:27 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => https://www.hingepoint.com/?p=11850 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => post [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [2] => WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 11841 [post_author] => 3 [post_date] => 2016-02-22 08:00:46 [post_date_gmt] => 2016-02-22 14:00:46 [post_content] => The Hive is what HingePoint believes to be the most interesting and innovative exhibit we saw at Autodesk University 2015. This “hut like” contraption is made with bamboo and cannot be completed by humans or machines alone. It can only be built by using a human participant working directly with Autodesk’s UR-10 robots. The participant allows the robot to create each unique part, and then uses an Apple Watch to guide the robot to a specific location for part install! What??? You had to see it to believe it! HingePoint was on the scene at AU ’15 and was able to speak directly with Autodesk’s own, Heather Karrick. Heather works at the Applied Research Lab, which is part of the CTO’s group at Autodesk. The Applied Research Lab collaborated with a few other groups to make this exhibit come to life. The Living, a company based out of New York, created the architecture itself. This was accomplished using both computers and humans, just like the exhibit. The University of Stuttgart also had their hand in the project. They were responsible for creating a significant amount of the robot control code. Other groups involved were Autodesk’s own UI research team, and the research transfer teams in Toronto. Finally, the LED system was developed by the Marcelo Cohealo Studio. The project has been an idea for about a year, but didn’t really start forming until about 6 months before the conference. It is predicted that as robots start to become more ubiquitous, users will begin working side by side with the new form of artificial intelligence. This prediction is why Autodesk’s Toronto research transfer teams created a new user interface that allows the most novice user to quickly grasp key concepts. Autodesk also chose bamboo because it is a material that robots are typically not working with. Just another added dimension, that makes this project unique. We also spoke with Manuel, who works on the team that created the robot. They refer to the robot as a “co-bot” because they can work side by side with humans. Industrial robots can’t work alongside humans because they have no ability to sense the human and respond accordingly. Actually, it is commonplace to see industrial robots, given restricted space or modified with cages so humans aren’t injured. Conversely, the co-bots are safe to work alongside and are easy to program. It only takes about 20 minutes to program a command, and you don’t have to be a robot expert to install instructions! The co-bots are commercially available today and surprisingly affordable. While this type of robot is not ideal for manufacturing cars, or similar large projects, they are perfect for small to medium size businesses that want automation without a huge investment. Companies are finding the investment cost effective and seeing positive returns in about six months. One of the best co-bot features is the flexibility to use the bot for multiple functions. There is a universal mount that allows owners to apply different attachments based on the particular application in use. Many thanks to the individuals below, for a sensational project and for bringing the Hive to life at AU 2015. We featured several of the leadership in our “Best of Innovation Interviews”, so take a look to learn more.

THE AUTODESK UNIVERSITY 2015 HIVE PAVILION

Autodesk & The Autodesk Applied Research Lab

  • Heather Kerrick - Design Engineer, Strategic Innovations, Office of the CTO at Autodesk
  • David Thomasson - Principal Research Engineer, Strategic Innovation, Office of the CTO at Autodesk
  • Evan Atherton - Engineer, Applied Innovation, Office of the CTO at Autodesk
  • Nicholas Cote
  • Maurice Conti - Director, Strategic Innovation
  • Lucas Prokopiak - Design Engineer and Technical Assistant to the CEO at Autodesk
  • Arthur Harsuvanakit - Designer
  • Autodesk Research, User Interface Research & Research Transfer Groups

Interaction Development

  • Tovi Grossman - Research Scientist at Autodesk Research
  • George Fitzmaurice - Director, User Interface Research at Autodesk
  • Justin Matejka - Sr. Research Scientist
  • Fraser Anderson - Sr. Research Scientist
  • Ben Lafreniere - Sr. Research Scientist at Autodesk Research
  • Steven Li - Software Developer Co-op at CTO-Autodesk Research
  • Nicholas Beirne - Software Developer Intern
  • Madeline Gannon - Research Intern
  • Thomas White - Software Development Manage
  • Andy Nogueira - Principal Developer

The Living, An Autodesk Studio

  • Design System Development
  • David Benjamin - Founder and Principal
  • Danil Nagy - Associate
  • Jim Stoddart - Designer
  • Ray Wang - Research Scientist
  • Dale Zhao - Software Engineer

Institute for Computational Design University of Stuttgart

Material System & Robotic Fabrication Development

  • Lauren Vasey - Doctoral Candidate
  • Long Nguyen - Research Associate at Institute for Computational Design (ICD)
  • Thu Phuoc Nguyen - Building Information Specialist at GigabIdea
  • Tobias Schwinn - Research Associate at Institute for Computational Design (ICD)

Marcelo Coelho Studio

LED System Development

  • Marcelo Coelho - Principal at Marcelo Coelho
[post_title] => Autodesk Hive Project Rated #1 at Autodesk University 2015 by HingePoint [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => open [ping_status] => open [post_password] => [post_name] => autodesk-hive-project-rated-1-autodesk-university-2015-hingepoint [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2016-02-23 12:24:39 [post_modified_gmt] => 2016-02-23 18:24:39 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => https://www.hingepoint.com/?p=11841 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => post [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [3] => WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 11837 [post_author] => 3 [post_date] => 2016-02-08 12:07:01 [post_date_gmt] => 2016-02-08 18:07:01 [post_content] => Every year during the first week of December in Las Vegas, Autodesk has their largest users conference. HingePoint was on site this year, gathering information from some of the most innovative people at the show.  Check out the video! In the article that follows, we share some of the best responses from a series of questions regarding the conference itself, or the use of several Autodesk platforms.

Question 1: What Autodesk product or solution are you most optimistic about implementing in the Future?

Matt Wunch, BVH Integrated Services, BIM Manager – “Probably the Revit 360 collaboration. We’ve been asked about it before and it seems like a lot of other companies are starting to adopt it as well.” http://www.bvhis.com Justin Inman, Autodesk Evangelist – “I am most optimistic about Revit. I think Revit is the most stable platform at this stage. It's interesting to me to tie in big data and the concepts of big data to a program like Revit, and to extract all of the information. A few years ago when I attended AU, they talked about QR codes. I think there is a big opportunity in that area from a Facilities Maintenance prospective. The full life cycle of using the Revit platform.” Mike Higgins, EMCS Inc., Senior Civil Engineering Technician – “Right now Infraworks 360 seems to have a lot of great capabilities and is very user friendly and easy to learn. The web applications for it are very great being able to take it out and show it to our clients.” http://www.emcsinc.com Mark Behrens, Red Viking, Controls Designer/ CAD Manager – “I would like to see us actually get into Inventor. Right now we are using AutoCAD Electrical. I'd like to implement Inventor into our system because I know it’s been expanded so heavily and the two tie together in one common database.” https://www.redviking.com

Question 2: What would you say the theme, or highlight of AU, is this year?

Brett McCarthy, Alvine Engineering, BIM Manager – “I think the theme this year is innovation. I think it’s because we are in an interesting place moving forward. We can create things that are smart and do things for us, that before innovation we couldn’t do. I think that ‘s the big idea, getting people thinking outside of the box.” http://www.alvine.com Brian Binkley, Gephart Electric, Design Manager – “Probably the technology of tomorrow. That is a recurring theme that I’ve been hearing in many of the classes I have been attending. The technology we are going to be using tomorrow is not necessarily the technology we are using today.” http://www.gephartelectric.com Darrell Dixon, Apex-Engineering, Mechanical Designer – “This year it seems like they are really trying to develop some generate design. We are letting the computer make some of the decisions you have to go through to speed that process up and make more time for yourself” http://apexengineering.net Justin Inman, Autodesk Evangelist – “That's a pretty good one. I think the theme to me, and in the technology industry, is big data and the mining of big data.”

Question 3: What would you say to those who couldn’t attend Autodesk University, and what do they need to know?

Taylor Mason, Hall Aluminum Products, Designer/Project Manager – “I think if you use the products, then you should definitely try to come. It has been pretty cool so far. I am taking a lot of classes this year which might not be the best thing for a first timer. Do not wear dress shoes, there is a lot of walking at the conference. It has been a good experience meeting new people, networking, brainstorming, and talking to others. The goal is to utilize everything the conference has to offer to become more efficient in our day to day tasks.” www.hallaluminum.com Elias Ponce, TD Industries, CAD Layout – “Autodesk University is a must. If you have anything to do with CAD, you have to come. Not only the classes, but the information you learn and people you meet are incredible.” http://www.tdindustries.com Brett McCarthy, Alvine Engineering, BIM Manager – “The important thing for anyone who did not attend, would be to get on to the AU website. I even had some colleagues send me emails saying some of the classes were going live this morning. If there isn’t someone from your office who went, I would tap into other professionals in the industry because more than likely, they are willing to help and give you the resources you need. I would network even outside of being here, and make a strong push to get that information.” http://www.alvine.com Thank you for checking out some of the highlights and best responses from our Interview on Innovation series. Check our blog to explore other interesting tips and tidbits we learned at Autodesk University 2015! [post_title] => The “Best Of” HingePoint’s AU’15 Innovation Interviews Meet The Innovators Part 1 [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => open [ping_status] => open [post_password] => [post_name] => the-best-of-hingepoints-au15-innovation-interviews-meet-the-innovators-part-1 [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2017-01-22 16:20:52 [post_modified_gmt] => 2017-01-22 22:20:52 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => https://www.hingepoint.com/?p=11837 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => post [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) ) [post_count] => 4 [current_post] => -1 [in_the_loop] => [post] => WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 12282 [post_author] => 3 [post_date] => 2016-12-14 11:15:13 [post_date_gmt] => 2016-12-14 17:15:13 [post_content] => We compiled the top seven things that we saw at Autodesk University this year. HingePoint covered the conference and saw tech for everything from making supermodels (not just BIM models) to automatic tagging technology for Revit and new 3D printing technology. As we move into 2017 it is going to bring more and more of this technology, from virtual reality to generative design.  
1

HSBCAD

HSBCAD shows off software for Microsoft's HaloLens virtual reality headset just for the heck of it at Autodesk University. These are guys are growing across the world. The HoloLens has only been available to developers for a few months, but already HSBCAD has working software for the newest trend in the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industry. As the AEC industry gradually marches towards augmented and virtual reality, the software demo shows the robust capability of HSBCAD, said Bryce Finnerty, CEO and Founder of HingePoint.

 
 
2

Smartvid.io

  Smartvid.io is a cloud-based platform that helps you manage, collaborate and analyze your industrial video and photos. Smartvid.io uses machine learning to identify photos and video with visuals and audio. We interviewed Smartvid.io Founder and CEO Josh Kanner about how machine learning is used in their application.

 
 
3

Sweets.com

Sweets.com puts the “I” in your Building Information Models (BIM) with a new Revit plugin that automatically tags product data. At Autodesk University 2016 Sweets.com showcased their new Revit plugin on the showroom floor. Users can tag product data into their Revit design models https://www.hingepoint.com/blog/autodesk/sweets-com-makes-revit-models-sweeter-with-automatic-tagging/  
4

3D Printing

At the Autodesk University exhibit, intern Andy Baldwin explains the future of 3D printing and how it is going to revolutionize the world.

   
 
5

DAQRI Smart Helmet


 
6

UL's Web App

Underwriters Laboratories (UL) wants to get credible sustainability data into Revit models more easily. To do so, UL recently launched a web-based product, sustainability-information tool that will help users select credible green products and place that information into their Building Information Modeling (BIM) workflow. https://www.hingepoint.com/blog/revit-model/ul-introduces-online-database-to-easily-add-sustainability-data-into-revit-models/  
 
7

Collaborea

At Autodesk University 2016, Collaborea showed off their supermodel software. "Collaborea is the smart logbook during all phases of your project. In one workflow you inspect the job, communicate with all stakeholders and create tasks and assignments to process alterations. You can find all the information in one place for all involved parties, without them needing any additional software. Collaborea is the missing link for Autodesk Navisworks in issue management."

 
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