Selling insights will be next big biz opportunity: Autodesk

Artificial Intelligence (AI) will revolutionise big data space with new business model where companies will be selling insights, said an Autodesk official.

In an interaction with DH as part of Autodesk's flagship event Autodesk University, India & SAARC 2017, Autodesk AI Strategy at Office of the CTO Tatjana Dzambazova said data will be the next fuel.

"Here AI and machine learning will derive insights. And all of us tomorrow wil be in the insights selling business," said Dzambazova.

Autodesk, a global leader in the software design for those who are in the space of manufacturing and designing, has sizable presence in India.

Dzambazova also pointed out that Autodesk is making big impact on industry by integrating technologies like cloud computing, generative design, virtual reality, AI and ML, and robotics.

"Autodesk new softwares will will bring together designers, engineers, architects and creative hobbyists to explore the new ways of making, across sectors like manufacturing, media & entertainment (M&E) and architecture, engineering & construction (AEC)," she said.

Autodesk official said Autodesk goal is to help customers evolve, upskill and succeed in this era of new possibilities. The vent also witnessed multiple exhibitions.

Buro Happold, a global engineering consultancy company, showcased exceptional use of Autodesk's Building Information Modeling (BIM) and Robotics solutions to create the Museum of the Future, the Louvre Abu Dhabi.

The designers also got an opportunity to see the AU Design Gallery with its exhibits including a 3D exploration of Apollo 11 command module desinged by Smithsonian 3D Digitization Programme team using a variety of scanning technologies and reality capture software.

The event also exhibited world's first vehicle chassis engineered by artificial intelligence and developed by Bandito Brothers, the 'Hackrod Chassis'.

The other attraction include, 3D printed sports prosthetics from Denise Schindler, bridge prototype by MX3D, robotic additive manufacturing company based in Amsterdam, and visualisations of building style of the Baroque era, begun in late 16th-century Italy.

Pradeep Nair, Managing Director, Autodesk, India & SAARC, said Autodesk University gave a ringside view into the future of making things.

"It is a great success here as the Bengaluru crowd is more educated and the ecosystem here is much more matured. I do hope the event will help Indian industry which is looking for ways to drive competitive separation, and leapfrog to global scale," he said.

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