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The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the nature of work and the workplace. Autodesk is committed to giving you the support and resources you need to solve challenges and explore new opportunities.

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Embrace a new way of working

It is more important than ever for you to be able to work, collaborate and be productive from anywhere. We can help with tips, best practices, licensing and usage information, and technical support for Autodesk products.

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The reimagined workplace

With the coronavirus (COVID-19) affecting communities, families and people around the world, this is a difficult time for all of us. Our hearts go out to all those who have been affected, directly or indirectly.

At Autodesk, our priority remains the health and well-being of our employees, customers and partners. It's important for us to support how you continue to do business during this time of uncertainty.

We're here to support you

These resources will help you to work more effectively, connect with the community and take advantage of unexpected opportunities for growth, learning and reinvention.

Strengthen your small business

Find the resources and guidance you need to adapt to the new normal. Help your business stay competitive as you reinvent, grow and thrive.

Connect with the community

Join in Office Hours every Tuesday to talk with Autodesk experts and explore industry- and product-specific groups and forums for more support.

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Discover remote learning products

Successful learning can happen anywhere. Find out which Autodesk products can help you set up a thriving remote learning environment.

Industry resources

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Connect design & manufacturing efforts

Collaborate on open-source design efforts, validate your own ideas and find manufacturing facilities to put solutions into production and help fight COVID-19.

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Find AEC software and resources

Discover technology that can assist your customers with design and construction challenges related to COVID-19 and get insights into preparing for a resilient future.

Customer response and reinvention

Autodesk customers combine technology, ingenuity and flexibility to help battle the global pandemic.

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    The Ventilator Project

    When Tyler Mantel’s start-up company was put on hold due to COVID-19, he launched The Ventilator Project to help solve the ventilator shortage.

    Image courtesy of The Ventilator Project

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    Mountain Productions

    With events cancelled due to the pandemic, a staging and rigging company pivots its business to transform entertainment structures for medical use.

    Image courtesy of Mountain Productions

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    With hospitals under stress due to the COVID-19 crisis, this modular hospital construction firm is quickly building acute-care medical facilities.

Navigating a post-COVID world

The future of work will look very different as people explore innovative ways to respond to new protocols, priorities and opportunities.

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    How three global architecture and engineering firms are revitalising work in 2020

    As traditionally on-site businesses struggle to define post–COVID-19 protocols, here is a snapshot of three global architecture firms in 2020 – and how they are envisioning the future of work.

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    Social distancing and PPE help modular-construction company stay essential

    Watch how Factory_OS, a modular-construction company deemed essential because of its focus on affordable housing, keeps its workforce safe while implementing social distancing and PPE.

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    Digital museum collections bring art to the comfort of your couch

    For a long time, digitising art and culture was not always considered a priority. Then came COVID-19. Museums closed, leaving digital media as would-be visitors’ only opportunity to admire art. Going virtual was now essential.

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Autodesk Foundation response

and local solutions to COVID-19. Response efforts focused on building health and economic resilience of vulnerable populations, non-profits and small businesses affected by the virus. To date, the Foundation has committed $2 million to these communities – and is exploring ways to do more.