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Dynamaniacs of Calgary User Group
February 22, 2017 | 6:00 PM | Calgary, AB, GEC Architecture
In-Person Event | Building
This initial Dynamaniacs of Calgary meeting will feature a presentation via WebEx by John Pierson @60secondrevit who runs the sixtysecondrevit Blog, as well as being the creator of the Dynamo Package “Rhythm”, and if that was not enough he also has an online Dynamo course with Plurasight – An Introduction to Dynamo for Daily Use Within Revit. And just for good measure, he was the winner of the first ever Dynamo Design Slam at AU 2016 in Vegas this year.
BIM and FM Workshop
February 23, 2017 | 9:00 AM | Tampa, FL, University of South Florida
In-Person Event | Facilities Management
Today's buildings are built on data. They're interconnected and internet-ready. But the handoff of building models still falls short.

Join us at the University of South Florida on February 23rd for a discussion and networking with building designers, constructors and owners. We'll look at how data flows in project, and how everyone can stay informed.

Digital and Physical Testing Strategies
March 09, 2017 | 8:30 AM | London, ON, Canadian Centre for Product Validation
In-Person Event | Simulation
Join us on Thursday March 9 in London, ON and hear from Jason Pfeiffer, IMAGINiT's Director of Simulation Services and Ben Cecil, CEO of the Canadian Centre for Product Validation (CCPV) on how manufacturers can reduce costs and time involved in moving products from concept to market by combining simulation expertise with leading-edge validation technologies and equipment.
Modeling Reality
March 28, 2017 | 8:00 AM | Washington, DC, District Architecture Center
In-Person Event | Building
How Point Cloud Data Works in Design & Construction

There are more ways than ever to collect data on existing conditions. What are the latest technologies and how can you best use point cloud data?

Join us on March 28th to learn how you can use scan data to:
  • Create accurate as-built drawings, quickly
  • Model interior building components such as HVAC, piping and plumbing
  • Offer new services to existing clients
  • Reduce time-to-project with detailed information about exiting conditions

We will review the latest options for point cloud collection - including aerial photogrammetry, short-range scanners like the BLK360 and more.

This breakfast event is free, but registration is required.
Practical Uses of Reality Capture for New Brunswick
April 18, 2017 | 7:00 AM | Moncton, NB, Royal Oaks Golf Club
In-Person Event | Building
Now that the province has released its data for your use, the next question is: Is it worth using? What about using reality capture to model existing conditions, accurately? Once modeled, can you automate construction layout?

The answers aren’t always yes or no. Join us for a roundtable discussion on the practical uses of reality capture.
Best Practices for Reality Capture
April 19, 2017 | 7:00 AM | Halifax, NS, Hampton Inn & Suites Dartmouth
In-Person Event | Building
With so many options for scanning and using point cloud data, how do you know what solutions work best for your project needs?

Join us on April 19 in Halifax for a breakfast discussion on BIM, reality capture and the building lifecycle. You'll hear best practices on how to:
  • Quickly create as-built models from point clouds
  • Reduce time-to project with detailed information about existing conditions
  • Determine which reality capture technology is right for your project
  • Automate construction layout with precisely modeled data
  • Use reality capture technologies profitably

This breakfast event is free, but space is limited.
Modeling Reality: How scanning is changing the world of design
April 20, 2017 | 7:00 AM | Ottawa, ON, Royal Ottawa Golf Club
In-Person Event | Building
Today, there are more options to scan and create models, allowing architects, engineers and builders to generate faster and more accurate information, profitably. Avoiding clashes, confusion and re-work are just some of the benefits of reality capture.

But, point clouds are just the beginning. Join us on April 20th in Ottawa to learn more about the methods of gathering, using and benefitting from the various reality capture options on your next project. We'll discuss how to:
  • Create as-built models directly from point clouds quickly and accurately
  • Reduce time-to-project with detailed information about existing conditions
  • Analyze point cloud data compared to model geometry
  • Determine which reality capture technology works for your project
  • Automate construction layout with precisely modeled data
    • This breakfast event is free, but space is limited.
Breakfast Roundtable: Reality Capture and Modeling
April 21, 2017 | 7:00 AM | Winnipeg, MB, Clarion Hotel & Suites
In-Person Event | Building
With so many options for scanning and using point cloud data, how do you know what solutions work best for your project needs?

Join us on April 21 in Winnipeg for a breakfast discussion on the intersection of modeling and reality capture. We'll talk about how to:
  • Quickly create accurate as-built models from point clouds for remodeling or retrofitting
  • Reduce time-to-project with detailed information about existing conditions
  • Determine which reality capture technology is right for your project
  • Automate construction layout with precisely modeled data
  • Use reality capture technologies profitably

This breakfast event is free, but seating is limited. Register Now.
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