On November 13, Unity will be back at Autodesk University, but this time in a much bigger way. We’ll be located at booth #A459 with amazing new content to show, many presentations and talks, and much more.
Join the Unity Team to witness the real-time revolution that can quickly bring great ideas and products to life. You’ll learn how our real-time 3D tools for VR, AR and more are delivering huge benefits for the AEC, Automotive, Transportation, and Media & Entertainment industries.
Check out our Autodesk University event page for complete details.
Over the course of 2018, you may have heard that Unity’s leading the way in new industries. For example, earlier this year at Unite Berlin we had our first AutoTech Summit. Just last week at Unite LA, we hosted our second AutoTech Summit, as well as our first Film and Animation Summit. Now at Autodesk University we’re further demonstrating our commitment to the Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) markets.
Unity is already powering many key projects for the world’s leading companies in AEC, including Mortenson, Skanska, and Aurecon. And at this event, you can attend a range of demos and expert-led sessions that demonstrate how Unity lowers costs, saves time, and streamlines workflows across the design, build and operate lifecycle for clients.
Whether it’s creating a building in VR, such as the new Unity London office created by VR agency Oneiros and architects M Moser Associates, allowing clients to experience an environment before it exists, or iterating across teams before the concrete is poured – what once seemed a futuristic dream is today becoming a reality with Unity.
At Autodesk University you’ll be able to see and experience many examples of how virtual realities are solving real-world challenges in compelling and cost-effective ways. Check out the agenda below for the wide variety of events we’re hosting and participating in. You can also book an appointment to chat directly with members of our AEC development team onsite.
Unity will be a guest speaker during the Architecture, Engineering & Construction Keynote on November 14 at 10:30am PT. Executives from Unity will showcase Unity’s vision of propelling the AEC industry to new heights. This is one you will not want to miss. Visit our Autodesk University event page for more details.
On Tuesday, November 13, we’ll be presenting “How Unity’s Propelling AEC to New Heights with the Real-Time Revolution” as one of the AU Talks, and we’ll also be taking part in an Autodesk-led panel on the theme of “Immersive Technologies in the Future of Making Things.” On November 14, we’ll be hosting a networking luncheon where you’ll learn about everything that’s on our horizon for AEC. For complete details, visit our Autodesk University event page.
Visit our booth located at #A459, where we’ll be showcasing cutting-edge demos across AEC, Automotive, Transportation, and Media/Entertainment, while featuring other components of the Unity platform that enable developer success. Attendees can watch Unity and client presentations at our mini-theater, as well as meet experts from across the industry. You’ll learn advanced techniques and go behind the scenes to see cutting-edge 2D, 3D, and XR applications. Check out the full schedule of our mini-theater sessions.
Learn why over 60% of all XR content is created with Unity. At our booth, you’ll have ample opportunities to learn from clients, experts, and XR demos on how to create immersive AEC projects, streamline workflows, and reach the widest audiences.
Unity experts from our business development, product, and evangelism teams will be available to answer your questions in our dedicated meeting area located at Bassano 2602 (Star B). Contact us in advance if you’d like to schedule an in-depth conversation.
For more information about how we’re leading the real-time revolution in the AEC industry, check out our new AEC solutions page. And see how Unity is powering clients such as Mortenson and Skanska to create better hospital designs, collaborate across teams when building hotels and universities, and create safer job sites.