Autodesk And ANSYS Drive Seamless Engineering Workflow Interoperability To Speed New Product Innovation

MarketWatch | November 19, 2019

Autodesk, Inc. and ANSYS  ANSS, +1.57%  today announced the next step in a partnership that will allow seamless interoperability across ANSYS and Autodesk products to drive revolutionary design and engineering agility for our customers.The collaboration connects Autodesk [®] Fusion 360 [®] , integrated design and manufacturing software, with world-class ANSYS [®] Mechanical™ simulation solutions to expedite products to market. The collaboration breaks down silos in the product development process by driving a best-in-breed, connected and interoperable designer-to-analyst workflow. As engineers leverage Fusion 360, their results are automatically available in ANSYS Mechanical for further refinement and validation. This open system workflow significantly improves efficiency in existing manual processes and can be combined to enhance new automated processes, like generative design, accelerating time to market and enabling multiple engineering teams to work effortlessly together.

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