RTC AUS – Top 10 Sessions
How quickly time passes! We can’t believe it’s already been almost a month since the first RTC event of the 2016 calendar year!
If you follow our regional blogs closely, you’ll know that we like to give credit where it’s due and highlight a few ‘top 10’ lists related to the event. Before we get any further on this particular top 10 list, we wanted to invite YOU – our delegates, speakers, sponsors and/or exhibitors – to put together blog posts about your experiences, which will then be posted to our blog site. If you’re keen to submit a post, or if you would like more information, get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This week we want to take the opportunity to highlight the top 10 SESSIONS. These sessions were determined as the top 10 based on the feedback that was provided to us.
|10||Collaboration Tools and Methods Comparison. This was presented by Joe Banks from BVN who made his way from Queensland. A little background…. Joe has been working in the architectural industry since 2001 and with Revit since version 8 (2005).|
|9||5D & 4D BIM – Quality vs. Quantity. This was presented by
Matt Hemming, who works for Mitchell Brandtman as an Associate & 5D Quantity Surveyor, based in Queensland. If you missed out on attending this session at RTC AUS, you are in luck as he will be presenting this session at RTC NA.
|8||The PARALLAX Door Library for ANZRS, presented by one of RTC’s seasoned speakers,
Aaron Maller, who made his way from Texas, USA. He is now Director of Parallax Team. Passionate about BIM, Architecture and Construction, he’s an avid contributor on RevitForum.org.
|7||A Real-Time Experience – Virtual Barangaroo and the OBSI, presented by
Jeremy Harkins. He is the Director and Co-Founder of ineni Realtime, an innovative technology company focused on the development of the real-time visualisation industry. Jeremy is at the leading edge of real-time virtual technologies and has spoken internationally about 3D immersive environments, Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality for architecture, mining and smart cities.
|6||Revit Families in Motion: How to Make your 3D and 2D Revit Families Move!” This was presented by one of RTC’s most consistent top 10 speakers,
Marcello Sgambelluri, making his way across the water from John A Martin & Associates in Los Angeles. He is their BIM Director and has been using Autodesk products for over 15 years.
|5||Presented by David Foley of AECOM, we have “Got a Problem? Who you Gonna Call? BIM Busters”. David has over twenty years’ experience which spans both consultancy and construction within the United Kingdom and Australia. He has established himself as a leader in the management of BIM.|
|4||An MEP Engineer’s Guide to Dynamo, presented by
Andrew Duncan of ARUP. Andrew is one of two BIM Development Managers servicing Building Engineering London (BEL), a group of approximately 750 engineers, consultants and designers.
|3||IFC Live! presented by
Rob Jackson, as part of our new ARCHICON event. He speaks at both national and international events as a passionate advocate of an OPEN BIM approach, exploring the sharing of data between different software packages via the “IFC” open format and promoting industry wide standards that enable full collaboration between different parties.
|Finally we’re at the top two! Both these sessions (though separate) were presented by the same speaker, so no prizes for guessing who!|
|2||Super Cutting Edge Revit Structural Modelling Techniques. Once again if you missed out on this top session, you will have the opportunity to attend at RTC NA.|
|…and at number…..|
|1||The Structural Analytical Model and Beyond. It’s Not Just for Structural Analysis, presented by none other than
Marcello Sgambelluri of John A Martin & Associates. Marcello goes to great lengths to put together great sessions, and evidently it pays off! Well done, Marcello!
Hearty congratulations to the presenters of the top 10 sessions for RTC Australasia 2016!