Vote for Autodesk University 2019 ATG Class Proposals. Every year, Autodesk gets thousands of proposals for Autodesk University every year, which is why we need your help in putting our skilled experts on stage.

Vote for the learning that matters most to you. Review this year’s proposals and vote for those you want to see at AU Las Vegas 2019. Here is the full listing of classes submitted by ATG Technical Specialists-

  1. BIM360 Docs and Live Document Review in Revu—Scott Mizsak—Search: BIM360 Docs
  1. Bringing Design Options to Life!—Brianna Ladd
  1. Charity Hospital, NOLA: Scan Project Highlight (1 Million sf + 9,753 scans in ReCap)—Jeff Landers
  1. Civil 3D and GIS Data: Setting Up and Using Autodesk Connector for ArcGIS—Scott Mizsak—Search: gis data
  1. Civil 3D: Surveying, From Field to Finish—Scott Mizsak
  1. Cross-Discipline Coordination: Civil 3D to Revit and Back Again—Mandy Breckenridge and Kyle Groves
  1. Drones and the AEC Collection—Justin DeVore
  1. Enscape for Revit—Ethan Sullivan
  1. Feature Lines: Best Practices and Intuitive Design Workflows (Instructional Demo)—Kyle Groves
  1. Get Your Hands Dirty Learning To Set Up A CMMS Using BIM360 Ops—Chris Perry
  1. Infraworks Movie Magic—Jason Artley
  1. Inventor to Revit Family—Kelly Clark
  1. Just Hit Print? How 3D Printing Really Works (and how to make it work for you)—Josh Radle
  1. Lessons from Mars and The Big Easy—Using Drones and LiDAR Scanners Together—JT McManmon
  1. Lean Modeling Techniques for Corridor Intersection in Civil 3D (Instructional Demo)—Kyle Groves
  1. MASSive Skyscrapers, Minimal Time—Matt Linn and James Hughes
  1. PBR Materials for Revit? What do these materials mean and how to use them—Josh Radle
  1. Revit: Lookup Tables- What You Never Knew You Needed To Know—Jon Atkinson
  1. Setting Up Licenses and Assigning Software 101—Zach Rico
  1. Thanks For The Scan… Now What?—Colton Haney and Zach Barker
  1. The Need for Speed with MEP Design—Jon Atkinson
  1. Visualizing the AEC World—Josh Radle
  1. When Your Civil 3D Corridor Needs More: Maximizing the Tools in Subassembly Composer—Scott Mizsak

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