Autodesk AEC Collection Update

Autodesk AEC Collection Update

Autodesk is adding products to the AEC Collection and ending the sale of new subscriptions to some individual products.

Effective September 7th, 2017, Autodesk is expanding the scope and value of the AEC Collection to deliver a better range of industry-leading solutions that help customers design, engineer, and construct higher-quality, more predictable building and civil infrastructure projects.

Autodesk wants customers to receive a better value from their subscriptions to the AEC Collection, and make it easier for them to implement design-to-construction workflows. With these changes, it is easier for you to access interoperable software for analysis, visualization, detailing, and fabrication that works with the core design tools they use every day.

On September 7th, all current AEC Collection subscribers will see changes in their Autodesk Account and Autodesk desktop app that reflect the new entitlements, and customers’ Contract Manager and Software Coordinator of record will receive an email describing the new product entitlements. Existing serial numbers for the products already activated will not be affected, and subscribers will receive new serial numbers to use for the new product entitlements.

What products will be added to the AEC Collection?

Autodesk will be adding the following products to the AEC Collection beginning on September 7th, 2017

• Autodesk Advance Steel
• Autodesk Fabrication CADmep
• Autodesk Robot Structural Analysis Professional
• Autodesk Dynamo Studio
• Autodesk Revit Live
• Autodesk Structural Bridge Design

These products will be available globally through the AEC Collection.

Does this change the price of the AEC Collection?

The addition of these products will not change the price of the AEC Collection.

When will the new products be available for customers to use?

The new products will be available through a customer’s account portal by September 7th, 2017.

For which products, will Autodesk be ending the sale of new subscriptions?

Autodesk will end the sale of new subscriptions for the following products, effective on the September 7th, 2017 pricelist.

• Robot Structural Analysis Professional
• FormIt Pro
• Vehicle Tracking
• Structural Bridge Design

Will customers have access to previous versions of the products being added to the AEC Collection?

Yes, customers will have the same previous version access rights that they did for the standalone products.


We know you’ll probably have questions about these changes, so do not hesitate to contact us and we can discuss the options that best suit your technical and business needs!


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