With our new blog we are implementing a new series called, “Chairman’s Thoughts”. Every month or so the local Chairman will be jotting down their RTC thoughts and sharing. This is… more
53 days until the Design Technology Summit and counting. By now you are well aware of this gathering of AEC technology and BIM leaders. This past week the collaboration group discussed the progress and next… more
if you have ever logged into 5 machines simultaneously so you could install BIM software, you might belong at RTC.
There is nothing quite as exciting as planting a flag and starting a BIM team, which is what i… more
Some fun and clever thoughts on standards: (borrowed from Robert Weygant, committee member)
• Unless there is ONE standard, there is NO standard
• BIM Standardization is like Dodge City, and there is no… more
Eight registration weeks down and eight more to go and the #RTCNA conference has officially tipped past 350 registrants. How many registrants will end up in DC? 500? 600? 700?
The number isn’t important…. more
Walking the corridors at an RTC event, people regularly bail me up to ask how I think the conference is going. I routinely bat that back at the delegate with this reply: ” It doesn’t really matter what I… more
Putting on RTC Conferences takes a lot of really hard work by an incredibly dedicated and talented team. Each event requires more than a year of planning in order to bring our delegates, exhibitors and… more
So while all eyes were transfixed upon the goings on down in Gold Coast fro RTC Australasia 2015, A slow burn in Singapore is gaining momentum. Last week, the Forum for Advanced Revit Training in Singapore… more