Another Evening with IFC: The Shape of Things to Come

Geometry, Collaboration, & OpenBIM Model Exchange

IFC4

With the success of our first IFC Evening Event, Cadimage is holding a follow-up presentation featuring a “sneak peak” of IFC4 and its extended geometrical capabilities. Special guest speaker Jon Mirtschin, blogger, engineer and software developer will present his observations, research and tools which utilise the IFC standard for BIM and geometry exchange.

Jon will also demonstrate some of the improvements in the new revision IFC4 (pre-ratification) and will open up discussion on is can be done to motivate software vendors to embrace and utilize this technology, opening up more collaborative and powerful workflows. The presentation will also demonstrate some exchange improvements Jon has developed with BIM software including Revit, Archicad, Tekla and Solibri and some of the projects that have benefited from it.

IFC Melbourne Event: Wednesday February 20th, 2013
05:30 PM – 06:00 PM  Arrival and Registration
06:00 PM – 06:15 PM  Welcome and introduction: Matt Rumbelow, Cadimage
06:15 PM – 06:30 PM  Guest presentation: Recent Arup BIM Projects
06:30 PM – 07:30 PM  Guest presentation: Jon Mirtschin, Geometry Gym
07:30 PM – 08:00 PM  Guest presentation: Matt Rumbelow, Cadimage

CPD Points: Registered attendees will receive 2 CPD points as accredited by the Australian Institute of Architects Continuing Professional Development Program.

Where: Where: Arup Melbourne (street access closed after 6pm) Level 5, 215 Spring Street, Melbourne VIC 3000
RSVP:  Friday, November 15th, 2013
Register : Click here to register online
Ph: 1800 172 893  
Web:  www.cadimagegroup.com

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