Making the shift from disruption to resilience is a process that involves embracing a growth mindset, fostering agility, building strong partnerships, investing in technology and innovation, and prioritising sustainability.
By taking these steps, organizations can adapt to changing circumstances, develop the ability to pivot quickly, and create a culture of experimentation and risk-taking. This enables them to not only survive disruptions but to thrive and grow in challenging times.
Founded by brothers Neill and Ian Briggs in 2009, the Liverpool based Briggs Automotive Company (BAC) consulted for car brands including Mercedes, Porsche, Bentley and Ford on design and engineering projects. The Briggs brothers decided to expand their creative potential with a product from scratch and in 2011, the first BAC Mono, a street-legal race car, was born.
Today, BAC is recognised as a pioneer of innovation and a world-class automotive design, development and manufacturing company. It exports to 40 countries and is widely considered as the best driver’s car. BAC is accelerating its digital transformation to seamlessly connect, design, development, manufacturing, supply chain management, invoicing, and after-sales product management with data at its core, as it strives to challenge convention and provide the ultimate driving experience on the road and race track.
Autodesk is proud to be a technology partner of BAC enabling its success.
Come see how BAC was able to shed an additional 4.8 kilograms (10.5 lbs) for the latest iteration of their car through the usage of generative design technology.
View exclusive Automotive showcase from Autodesk Birmingham Technology Center, designed and milled with Fusion 360 and PowerMill.
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MORNING 10:00 | AFTERNOON 14:00
Hear first hand, how BAC's data-driven, collaborative, and cutting-edge techniques for subtractive manufacturing, casting, and light-weighting. Discover how they've optimised their manufacturing techniques and utilised cloud-based collaboration and casting considerations.
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MORNING 10:45 | AFTERNOON 14:45
Unlock limitless creativity in remote and hybrid environments with agile design studios and virtual reality collaboration, and discover the future of digital transformation.
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