At Autodesk University last week, online learning and training company SolidProfessor told attendees it offers extensive Autodesk content in its learning platform, including Fusion 360, Inventor, AutoCAD, Revit, Meshmixer, 3DS Max, Civil 3D, and Navisworks.
ATE provides its clients in Malaysia and Singapore with training, consultations and software implementation. SolidProfessor will supplement the current classroom training tools and cover specific engineering software, 3-D printing and other concepts in its software.
Solidprofessor & ATE partner to bring online & classroom 3D software & printing education to Southeast Asia
While other cities, countries, and companies may be spending an inordinate amount of time conceptualizing and talking about how they are going to harness the benefits of 3D printing, we’ve seen Southeast Asia emerging as a growing leader in the industry, continually unveiling products and projects. And cities like Singapore may soon surpass other areas of the globe in actually bringing massive construction and architectural projects to fruition, like 3D printed high rises. Taiwan has also emerged as a leader in innovation and patenting. XYZprinting, wildly successful, has certainly put their country on the map for 3D printing, along with others–and late last fall we followed as they unveiled a complete 3D printing metal system developed at the National Chung-Shan Institute of Science and Technology (CSIST).
As the momentum continues, so does the need for more streamlined education, as ongoing and future projects don’t have much hope if students and those in existing related careers aren’t expanding their knowledge. Now, in a truly global—and dynamic–partnership, SolidProfessor is working with ATE to bring their online learning platform to Southeast Asia.