Join John Staves, Richard Lane and Tina McGeachan for our next Thames Valley BIM Hub Event!
When? Monday 12th January 2015 16:30 – 19:00
Where? Hosted by: BSRIA: Bracknell – Old Bracknell Lane West, Bracknell, RG12 7AH
Our last event focused on design technology. This event looks at collaboration tools, surveying, 3d printing and interactive displays.
Come along if you want to:
- stay up-to-date with what’s happening in the BIM world
- receive updates from Richard Lane, Chair, on the latest work of the BIM Task Group
- network with other companies in the Thames Valley with BIM on their agenda
Companies presenting include:
Project 4 : BIM Collaboration and Management Tools
FARO: 3D measurement technology
Computer-aided measurement and imaging devices and software. Technology from FARO permits high-precision 3D measurement, imaging and comparison of parts and compound structures. The devices are used for inspecting components and assemblies, production planning, documenting large volume spaces or structures in 3D, surveying and construction.
Hobs Studios: 3D printing
3D solutions for architectural, engineering, construction and product designers. Hobs has an impressive selection of technologies including full colour 3D printing, stereolithography (SLA) and multijet 3D printing to ensure we can support all forms of rapid prototyping.
Asite: BIM Collaboration and Management Tools
IDN: Interactive technologies
IDN specialise in collaboration and communications in the work place by integrating and supporting the adoption of technology. This includes interactive displays, digital signage, video conferencing, room booking technology, audio, control and collaboration tools.
What Are BIM Hubs?
BIM Hubs are part of a national and regional network established by CIC to promote a consistent understanding of what BIM means to the industry and its impact through all levels of the supply chain.
The resounding strapline to BIM is that we need to work better together and the Thames Valley BIM Hub meet regularly to:
•share BIM knowledge and best practice
•facilitate collaborative activity – helping companies to meet ‘BIM Buddies’
•support the development of the supply chain’s BIM capabilities
•increase BIM capacity across the region
•ensure regional input into national discussion and policy decisions
BIM is the future, so whatever your interest or level of involvement, please join us!
To book your place email Tina@secbe.org.uk
There is no charge for this event but do please let Tina know if you book, but are subsequently unable to attend.