MicroCenter Group ties a knot with Autodesk to provide advance education on Autodesk design application, BIM and CAD.
Renowned information technology solutions company MicroCenter Group has officially declared its academic joint venture with Autodesk.
The program will facilitate the formation of an Autodesk authorised learning centre, Design BIM Studio, and Certiport authorised test centre.
The purpose of this alliance is to reanalyze advanced education and work skills in Autodesk design applications, 2D and 3D CAD designs, infrastructure designs, building information model (BIM) and BIM co-ordination, 3D model and real-world visualization.
The collaboration provides more value to industry professionals who will opt for advanced education on Autodesk software applications through the Micro Training Center (MTC), a subsidiary of MicroCenter Group.
Courses will be conducted on AutoCAD, AutoCAD-Civil 3D and Map 3D, AutoCAD–Plant 3D, Revit Architecture, Revit MEP and Structural, Navisworks, Inventor, 3DS Max, Fusion 360 and Maya and Autodesk professional certification.
MicroCenter Special Projects Business and MTC will set up BIM design and BIM Education centre this year, to provide complete building information modelling and implementation services through the 3D laser scanning technology, for building, infrastructure and metro-rail projects.
BIM studio will arrange advanced and professional skills training to engineers, architects, industry professionals, educators, and students.
Esri and Autodesk work in tandem to mutually provide GIS and BIM across multi-disciplinary teams and project life cycles.
The objective is to maintain an integrated and collaborative workflow that progresses understanding of projects within the framework, and minimizes inefficiencies, data loss, and cycle times.
Designers and engineers will be able to get GIS content from ArcGIS Online into Infraworks via the Autodesk Connector for ArcGIS.
Content such as roads, pipelines, and electrical transformers will be directly imported depending on an authoritative, subsisting geographic system of record.