12th May 2016, 1pm AEST
Do you require a single template or 100s of master templates? Architects and Residential Builders typically have very different requirements from BIM. This session will focus on finding the right approach to ARCHICAD template creation for Architects needing a single template file or Project Builders managing hundreds of standard designs.
12th May 2016, 3pm AEST
ARCHICAD provides enhanced, more realistic rendering capabilities out of the box! In practice, this means, that anyone can create state-of the art, professionally rendered visualizations of their projects without the need to buy, install and learn any additional software applications!
12th May 2016, 5pm AEST
Having access to the right information when you are out of the office is critical in BIM processes. All practices need to find a solution to mobilise their BIM. BIMx PRO provides a mobile solution for ARCHICAD users that helps achieve that need.
13th May 2016, 9am AEST
Sunshine Coast Council uses BIM, GIS, LiDAR and gaming engine software to create and maintain a complete model of the Sunshine Coast’s 2291km² terrain. Learn how a variety of software is used to interface with the data for several uses including development assessment.
13th May 2016, 10am AEST
Sharing ArchiCAD building data with Quantity Surveyors can be one of the key benefits of BIM but what information are you really sharing and how is it interpreted by those who need it.
13th May 2016, 1pm AEST
Creating models using open standards is key to sharing models efficiently with other stakeholders for their use. Understanding IFC is at the heart of OPEN BIM and this session aims to cover how to create geometry/data in Graphisoft ARCHICAD effectively.
13th May 2016, 2pm AEST
The QA requirement that all practices will face in the future, BIM Validation will become the norm as more people collaborate in digital over analogue. The presentation takes you on a journey from the Authoring software ARCHICAD, through the IFC export process and into Solibri Model Checker.
13th May 2016, 4pm AEST
ARCHICON presenters will discuss and share their positives and negatives in working using OPENBIM processes in their day to day practices. This forum will be interactive with the audience to promote the wider discussion and close out ARCHICON with a bang!!!