Monthly Archives: May 2014

Scan Data for Kelly Cone Lab at RTC 2014

BREAKING NEWS! Kelly Cone’s RTC scan data for RTC lab

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dropbox_image  “AAM Scan Data for Kelly Cone Lab at RTC 2014″ 

See you at the Australasian Revit Technology Conference!

As a valued client and industry partner, AAM are pleased to advise that we supporting this year’s Revit Technology Conference at Albert Park this week. Our High Definition Survey (HDS) Managers Thomas Werner and Matt Rumbelow will be on site to answer any of your questions on AAM’s full range of surveying, scanning services and SCAN-for-BIM support.

AAM is proud to be the official stationery sponsor for this year’s RTC and are looking forward to seeing these put to good use during the conference!  We have also provided HDS scan data for Kelly Cone’s presentation and demonstration labs (Laser Scanning to BIM: Getting From Dots to Plots).

If you are attending the RTC this week, get along to see SCAN-for-BIM in action, and don’t forget to follow AAM’s twitter and HDS web site for more RTC updates.

As a leading spatial information technology provider, AAM serve their local and international clients utilising the latest in reality capture equipment and technologies including:

• High Definition Survey
• Building Information Modelling
• Mapping
• Asset information
• Geographic Information System (GIS) projects and location-based services

With almost 500 geospatial professionals and a fleet of Terrestrial Laser Scanners, Mobile Laser Scanning Systems, custom land survey and aerial equipment which operates across Australia, New Zealand, South East Asia and Africa, there is no project too far or too complex.

When: 29 – 31 May 2014

Where: Pullman Melbourne Albert Park

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Kind Regards,

Matt Rumbelow | High-Definition Surveying

See you at the Australasian Revit Technology Conference!

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I am pleased to announce that AAM will be supporting this year’s Revit Technology Conference at Albert Park.

Myself and Thomas Werner will be attending across the 3 days and look forward to catching up with many of our industry partners and clients.

Feel free to drop either of us an email or a call on the numbers below for a quick chat about AAM’s full range of High Definition Survey (HDS) surveying, scanning services and SCAN-for-BIM support.

Thomas Werner, Business Manager – High Definition Surveying, AAM – M: +61 422 090 875
Matt Rumbelow, BIM Manager – High Definition Surveying, AAM – M: +61 412 474 095

And of course feel free to check out our updated HDS website and case studies: www.aamgroup.com.hds

See you at the Australasian Revit Technology Conference!

As a valued client and industry partner, AAM are pleased to advise that we supporting this year’s Revit Technology Conference at Albert Park this week. Our High Definition Survey (HDS) Managers Thomas Werner and Matt Rumbelow will be on site to answer any of your questions on AAM’s full range of surveying, scanning services and SCAN-for-BIM support.

AAM is proud to be the official stationery sponsor for this year’s RTC and are looking forward to seeing these put to good use during the conference!  We have also provided HDS scan data for Kelly Cone’s presentation and demonstration labs (Laser Scanning to BIM: Getting From Dots to Plots).

If you are attending the RTC this week, get along to see SCAN-for-BIM in action, and don’t forget to follow AAM’s twitter and HDS web site for more RTC updates.

As a leading spatial information technology provider, AAM serve their local and international clients utilising the latest in reality capture equipment and technologies including:

• High Definition Survey
• Building Information Modelling
• Mapping
• Asset information
• Geographic Information System (GIS) projects and location-based services

With almost 500 geospatial professionals and a fleet of Terrestrial Laser Scanners, Mobile Laser Scanning Systems, custom land survey and aerial equipment which operates across Australia, New Zealand, South East Asia and Africa, there is no project too far or too complex.

Don’t forget to follow AAM’s Twitter feed and HDS webpage for more RTC updates!

When: 29 – 31 May 2014

Where: Pullman Melbourne Albert Park

Event Information

Kind Regards,

Matt Rumbelow | High-Definition Surveying

M: +61 412 474 095

D: +61 3 9572 8729

90 Camberwell Road | Hawthorn East  Vic | Australia 3123

m.rumbelow@aamgroup.com |  www.aamgroup.com

and talking of BIM – “A National BIM Proposal at RTC”

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Well its been a long time coming (circa RTC 2009 I believe), but the proposal for a National BIM Group framework is once again up for discussion next week at the Revit Technology Conference.

Mark Cronin, a founding member of the extremely successful BrisBIM group, has put out a call for a “meeting of the tribes” to discuss this significant opportunity. Think Game of Thrones meets Big Bang Theory!

If you are /have / or want to be involved in a BIM group and have an opinion or suggestion regarding this potential, then get along to this meeting or drop an email reply to Mark at the details below.

Cheers,

Matt Stark, Dungeon Master.

———- Forwarded message ———-
From: Mark Cronin <m.cronin@brisbim.com>
Date: 20 May 2014 15:29
Subject: A National BIM Proposal at RTC

Ladies and Gentleman,

I would like to invite you to a significant BIM discussion being held on Friday the 30th of May at Hotel Pullman Melbourne.

This time and location has been selected to tie in with those attending RTC Australasia 2014. Our original proposal for a facilitated forum at RTC did not make the formal programme, but the RTC committee have kindly provided a venue for us to host this informal session.

Following on from several discussions with industry peers, the BrisBIM committee would like to share the structure and behind the scenes setup of BrisBIM. More importantly, it is intended to bring together the most motivated BIM experts in the country (and beyond) to discuss the potential of a national (and beyond?) framework for similar BIM groups.

We have either previously had discussions with you, or your name has been suggested by a member of the BrisBIM committee.

Just to be clear, the intention isn’t a national super group (however world domination is temping!), but merely a united front for regional BIM groups. The intention is to develop a sense of belonging or contributing to something bigger (think UK BIM crew). Ideally this overarching entity would become recognised by the industry as the place to turn for expert information about BIM. It wouldn’t be attempting to replace or impede other’s valiant efforts, just provide a link between the regional groups that allow them to benefit from shared knowledge and resources.

If you are interested in finding out more or having your say, then please come along! Voice your opinion on the ways that multiple regional BIM groups could work together to provide a consolidated body for the benefit of all.

Is it Viable?

How can we make it work?

Willing members to help the cause.

Location: State Room 3, Hotel Pullman Melbourne, Albert Park.

Time: 12pm – 1pm Friday 30th May 2014, grab lunch and make you way over!

Please do come along and be part of this exciting BIM initiative. Feel free to forward this invitation to specific individuals that you believe would be interested in attending this gathering. We look forward to seeing you there.

Regards,

The BrisBIM Committee

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I am hiring! High Definition Survey Specialist – Melbourne, Australia

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We are looking to expand our High Definition Survey (HDS) team with the addition of a High-Definition Survey Specialist. This role will work with the existing team in providing deliverables to clients from Laser Scanning data, working predominately in the Office Product Delivery Team.

Our High Definition Survey team extract, convert and present 3D models and survey information for our clients, and typically need to be the conduit for conveying complex spatial information in easy to interpret forms.

You will be working in an office based product delivery environment where your hours are flexible.

What you will do …

  • Create models and CAD plans from point cloud data in Revit, Rhinoceros, AutoCAD, Civil3D and AutoPLANT; as well as ProjectWise, Aconex and Microsoft Office Document Control.
  • You will be involved in an emerging market, focusing on providing solutions to all AAM’s broad base of clientele, including Architects, Engineers, Developers and Project Managers and providing solutions for industries like Construction, Oil & Gas, Mining Infrastructure, Road & Rail and various levels of Government.

What you will have …

  • Bachelor degree in Surveying, Geomatic Engineering or Planning and Design
  • Engineering Surveying and Building Information Modelling experience preferred but not essential.
  • Minimum 2 years experience in TLS data capture and modelling
  • Knowledge of office products, Optech and Leica software, Microstation, ArcGIS, K2Vi and CAD modelling software would be desirable.
  • The ability to multitask and work independently


AAM is Australia’s leading digital mapping provider offering High-Definition Surveying Solutions. With offices based in Australia, Asia and South Africa, AAM is involved in the most leading edge geospatial projects across the globe. We have over 500 employees working in a supportive and flexible environment.

  • Please send your cover letter and resume to Recruitment@aamgroup.com
  • Please note: We are not accepting applications via recruitment agencies for this role
  • Only successful short listed candidates will be contacted

 Are you ready to talkBIM?

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Deakin School of Architecture and Built Environment hosts an evening of BIM showcasing projects around Geelong and the Bellarine.

Charmaine Ferguson (Deakin University) and Matt Rumbelow (AAM) invite you to hear about BIM projects from our backyard of Geelong, the Bellarine and beyond.

Local success story Cotton On Group share their experiences utilising Autodesk Revit and BIM for the national and international store design. Dean Wearne and Katherine Voyage from GHD Geelong showcase the Leopold community hub (now under construction) which was designed using the BIM process.

Join us on the night to find out more about the new releases of Autodesk and celebrate the launch the new talkBIM initiative!

4.30 pm – 5.00 pm   Arrival and Registration
5.00 pm – 5.30 pm   Matt & Charmaine on behalf of Cotton On
5.30 pm – 6.00 pm   Dean & Katherine (GHD)
6.00 pm – 6.30 pm   Brenton Wyett (Autodesk)
6.30 pm – 7.00 pm   talkBIM Launch
7.30 pm – #BIMBeers with thanks to AUTODESK Education

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Register here at http://talkbim.wordpress.com/2014/04/13/backyardbim/