BCS Round Tables – What are they? And what topics are covered?

BCS North America kicks off in just less than 2 weeks… 1-2 August, Toronto, Canada. Presented below, a view of the Round Tables we will be running in Workshops 1, 2, 3 & 4 across both days of the conference.

What are Round Tables? These are intermittent sessions of up to 10 conference attendees per round table, and Hosted by industry experts on each topic presented below. Some Round Tables will be offered more than once across the 4 Workshop sessions.

Shortly we will send an email to our registered attendees asking you to nominate which Round Tables you would like to attend. But for now, here is a glimpse…

For those not registered yet, it is not too late. Please visit our website for more details rtcevents.com/bcs2017na/ or click here to register.

 

BCS Day 1: Tuesday August 1

Workshop Round 1

  • Content Management 401
  • Now That I Have All of This Content – What in the Hell Do I Do with It?
  • How Is Content Really Being Used in the Field?
  • What Does Data Actually Mean?

 

BCS Day 2: Wednesday August 2

Workshop Round 2

  • The Standard Is a Lie. What Do Users Actually Have to Go Through to Convert Content to Work with Their Office & Client Standards?
  • How to Visualize the “I” in BIM
  • Walking the BIM Tightrope as a BPM
  • Interpreting Interoperability: Can There Truly Be Content Interoperability Between Manufacturers and End Users?
  • Your Product and Content Have Updated. Does the User Know?

Workshop Round 3

  • The Standard Is a Lie. What Do Users Actually Have to Go Through to Convert Content to Work with Their Office & Client Standards?
  • If the Standard Is a Lie, Can We Make a Standard?
  • How to Visualize the “I” in BIM
  • What Content Do I Need? (all of It); When Do I Need It? (Right now!)
  • How Is Content Really Being Used in the Field?

Workshop Round 4

  • The Standard Is a Lie.  What Do Users Actually Have to Go Through to Convert Content to Work with Their Office & Client Standards?
  • Now That I Have All of This Content – What in the Hell Do I Do with It?
  • Walking the BIM Tightrope as a BPM
  • Interpreting Interoperability: Can There Truly Be Content Interoperability Between Manufacturers and End Users?
  • Your Product and Content Have Updated. Does the User Know?

 

For more information about Round Tables, please contact me chad.clary@rtcevents.com.

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