BILTANZ 2017 Top Ten Speakers

It’s that time of year again when we get to share with you the top ten speakers from BILTANZ.  Thanks to everyone who submitted feedback, it takes many hours to put together a class for BILT and it is really valuable for our speakers to hear from the audience what worked and impressed them and also what didn’t work so well.

But right now, re live the memories of BILT ANZ 2017 while you review the list of our top 10! So without further commentary here they are…

10
Tim Waldock from Revit Cat
Power to the People. Global Parameters New Revit Feature
9
Luke Johnson from Virtual Built
for his Lab Filters Always Win, and Other Ways to Be Better At Revit
8
Alain Waha from BuroHappold Engineering

Going Beyond BIM into the Digital Landscape
7
Phil Read from Read Thomas
Stop Rendering and Start Exploring: Getting Started with Revit and Enscape
6
Joe Banks from Nettleton Tribe
for both his Lab and also making the top 10 sessions for his other class 294 Billion Window Types with 13 Families Real Time Rendering and VR for Revit
5
Don Hitchcock from Advanced Spatial Technologies Pty Ltd 
James Cook University’s Quality-Driven BIM for FM Enables Intelligent Asset Management
4 Paul Wintour from BVN for his Lab

Everyday Dynamo: Practical Uses for BIM Managers

Now for the top 3!
3 Deepak Maini from Cadgroup Australia for his Lab Navisworks Clash Detection: Saving Time and $$$ by Setting Up Clash Templates
2 Aaron Maller from Parallax Team, with both his classes making the top 10 sessions

Any Software (Almost), on Any Device (Almost): A Case Study of Virtualisation With BIM: HVE Connexions at Beck Group BIM for Construction: When Design Team’s Models are Completely Worthless (and When They Aren’t)

…and at number…..
1 Ranking at both number 1 and number 2 was our keynote speaker, Dr Louise Mahler for her
Workshop: Wrestling Grizzlies and for her Keynote Address: The Missing Ingredient of Leadership

 

Image credits: “The number 1” (CC BY 2.0) by WarmSleepy via flickr

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