Team BIM Track is looking forward to once again attending BiLT Europe 2019 taking place in Edinburgh, Scotland from October 10th to 12th. The schedule is once again a tough one to beat, with nine simultaneous streams and many new faces presenting, in part thanks to a new blind selection process.
Jean-Marc Couffin, BIM specialist at our parent company BIM One will be delivering his class: ‘Use the Force to create, manage, analyse, & solve construction issues’ covering how to smartly manage your projects and improve coordination workflows.
Below are a few of the classes we are looking forward to checking out in particular. If you haven’t registered yet, get a jump on it here because classes are filling up fast!
- From Project Information Model to Asset Information Model by Siaw Wee Jong from WSP.
- Bringing BIM in Infrastructure to a New Level Using Graph Databases by Magdalena Stelzer from Amberg Engineering
- Lab: Connect your design optimization workflows with the shared BIM environment by Håvard Vasshaug from Bad Monkeys
- Days of Miracle and Wonder: Patterns of Successful BIM Implementation by Gordon Price from Pragmatic Praxis
- Coordinate Cooperate then Collaborate, a case study of 18-19 Hanover Square by Michael Boyd from WSP
- OpenBIM with Revit (and Beyond) by Jon Mirtschin from Geometry Gym
- Session 1,3 Digital Adoption – A User-Experience Perspective by Matt Olsen from Allies and Morrison
- BIM Process in New Hadarom seaport national project by Moty Vaknin from WeBIM
- Lab: Create a Location-Based Issues Tracker with Power BI AND Workshop: Pushing and Pulling for an Integrated Coordination Schedule by Alice Leung from DPR Construction
- Delivering COBie, Classification & IFC using Revit for Asset Management by Graham Stewart from Digital Guerilla
- Computer Vision, Machine Learning, and more cool words... For AEC! By Kelly Cone from ClearEdge3D, and Adam Sheather from Bad Monkeys
Visit the full class schedule to select your classes for BiLT Europe. While you’re there, come meet with myself and Alexine Gordon-Stewart on the BIM Track booth. We hope to learn more about your coordination processes and upcoming projects.