Autodesk electrical design and electrical control design software is built to address the specific workflows for electrical controls systems designers. AutoCAD Electrical software provides a complete set of electrical CAD features, a comprehensive symbols library, and dedicated tools for automating electrical design tasks. With Autodesk Inventor 3D CAD software you can integrate electrical designs into a full digital prototype, giving electrical engineers and mechanical engineers the flexibility to smoothly share data and collaborate on full systems design integration.
Mechatronic, controls, and electrical design software from Autodesk offers:
Full AutoCAD software functionality
Electrical design-specific drafting features
Comprehensive symbol libraries
Automated design checking
Associativity with Autodesk Inventor 3D CAD software
Building electrical design
Autodesk's comprehensive portfolio of building design solutions provides mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) systems engineers and designers with Building Information Modeling (BIM) (US Site) and AutoCAD-based workflows to design, simulate, analyze, document, and deliver complex building systems. Electrical designers and engineers can access Autodesk solutions for BIM and AutoCAD workflows to help drive the design, analysis, and documentation of electrical building systems.
Additional software for MEP engineering
From advanced technology for BIM to widely adopted, discipline-specific design and documentation software built on AutoCAD software, Autodesk offers field-proven solutions built specifically for mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) engineers, designers, and drafters. The Autodesk portfolio also includes collaboration and data management software and more to help support mechanical, electrical, and plumbing building system design.
AutoCAD Electrical (US Site)
AutoCAD Electrical software features all the functionality of familiar AutoCAD software plus a complete set of electrical design CAD features. Subscribe (US Site) or
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