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Technology Impact Program
Autodesk donates software so entrepreneurs and innovators can scale their impact solutions faster.
Through the Technology Impact Program, Autodesk donates software to nonprofits and social impact startups using design for environmental or social good. Eligible organizations receive Autodesk software and technology that enables 3D design, engineering, visualization, and simulation to deliver greater impact.
With a heavy reliance on the AEC Collection, the Saint Rock Hospital project demonstrates how healthcare infrastructure transformation can become a reality under even highly challenging logistical, geographic, and budgetary conditions.
—Allison Denisky, Sr. Architectural Designer, Build Health International
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Training & Technology Adoption
We partner with leading organizations to offer training and technology adoption services for our portfolio customers.
KETIV provides training, consulting, and support services to empower the future of manufacturing.
Microdesk delivers innovative solutions to the challenges of implementing and using design, construction, and geospatial technology.
Symetri offers technology solutions and services for the construction industry, driving innovation at every stage of the life cycle from design to building handover and maintenance.
With KETIV and the Autodesk Foundation, we learned about processes and technologies we never dreamed existed. By the end of our training, we had prototyped parts for several next-generation pumps - a process that previously took weeks or months to prototype.”
—Fred Obudho, Engineer, KickStart International
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3 Ways Autodesk Technology is Driving Impact
The Technology Impact Program has donated more than $160 million in software to 4,000+ nonprofits and social impact startups globally.
Here's how three impact-driven organizations use Autodesk technology to design and make a better world.
Habitat for Humanity uses Autodesk’s Architecture, Engineering & Construction (AEC) Collection to build affordable housing.
UNHCR, the UN refugee agency, uses Autodesk's AEC Collection to protect refugees.
Toggle uses the Product Design & Manufacturing Collection to make the most dangerous jobs in construction safer.