A new platform will be aimed at media and entertainment work like VFX and game development and will connect customers' workflows, data, and teams throughout the entire production process.
During Autodesk's annual user event, Autodesk University 2022, the company introduced Autodesk Flow – a new "industry cloud" for media and entertainment aimed at work like visual effects and game development.
The new platform was announced alongside two other "industry clouds" – Autodesk Forma, aimed at architecture, engineering, and construction, and Autodesk Fusion, aimed at design and manufacturing.
The three "industry clouds" will be based on Autodesk Platform Services (formerly, Autodesk Forge), the company's suite of APIs and services set to help users customize solutions and create innovative workflows. According to the company, Autodesk Flow, Autodesk Forma, and Autodesk Fusion will "transform the way" users work by connecting the data, tools, and capabilities users and their partners need at every stage of creating a project.
Autodesk's press release reads that Autodesk Flow will connect customers' workflows, data, and teams "across the entire production lifecycle from earliest concept to final delivery."
Although little is known about the platform, it seems that initially, it will be a cloud-based asset management platform as the company noted that the first cloud product that will be available on Flow will focus on asset management and give users the "ability to manage assets throughout the entire production process."
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