Following the success of the Manchester session, #BIMOpenMic marks another great turnout in Sheffield, the ideal opportunity for BIM focused individuals to generate BIM-related discussions and debates viva voce.
With thanks to our sponsors & organisers:
Here you can look at RYDER Landscape Consultant presentation:
ThinkBIM Construction and Assembly 2017 – Sponsored by SES Engineering Services Ltd
Two great presenters explaining how and why IFC, the format for OpenBIM data exchanges came about and how it can be used effectively on projects today.
Professor Arto Kiviniemi, from the University of Liverpool is one of the original members of the International Alliance for Interoperability, founded in 1996, now known as buildingSMART International. He is currently a member of their International Technical Advisory Group. Arto returns to thinkBIM to give delegates a unique understanding of how and why the IFC data exchange format has been developed.
The COBienator is back!
We are delighted to announce that one of thinkBIM’s founding fathers will be back to present at this event. For those of you familiar with Rob’s recent blogs he has been testing all manner of BIM workflows through the classic Villa Savoye building – as re-created by Lego Architecture. A not to be missed presentation explaining and proving how IFC can and does work across a variety of software platforms. With some Lego, 3D printing and laser scanning thrown in too.
Definitely a not to be missed event!
Wednesday 8th February 2017, Leeds
17:30 for registration, 18:00 to 20:00
Room 538, Lecture Theatre D, 5th Floor, The Rose Bowl, Leeds LS1 3HB
BIM North West & Yorkshire Regions in collaboration with Graitec, BDP, Digitalgreen and thinkBIM present… #BIMOpenMic – Manchester
Thursday 24th November 2016
BDP Offices, 11 Ducie Street, Manchester, M1 2JB,
18:00 to 21:00
We are delighted to announce that following the success of the London sessions, #BIMOpenMic is coming up North! #BIMOpenMic nights are about starting conversations and generating discussion about all things BIM and helping address the day to day issues it presents in our work.
So join us on 24th November at BDP Offices in Manchester and give us your observations, opinions, rants, tips and tricks at our “anything goes” session. Be there and be vocal!
Many thanks to our hosts BDP and event sponsors Graitec for helping us to put this session together.
This thinkBIM Blog, through regular pieces from myself (Claire Bowles) along with guest bloggers, thinkBIM ambassadors and thought leaders is aimed at generating discussions on moving towards a BIM enabled construction and built environment sector