Summit 2018

Program Summit 2018

6 pm
7 pm
8 pm
9 pm
Tuesday 9 October 2018
Tuesday 9 October 2018

Content Summit 2018

Lab 1. Point cloud – with Conor Shaw & Kelly Cone
Key-learning Objective 1 – 75 min Gain a practical understanding of reality capture and scan-to-BIM technologies.
Key-learning Objective 2 – 75 min See real cases of scan-to-BIM in use.
Key-learning Objective 3 – 75 min Learn about the limitations of scan-to-BIM software when applied to historical buildings.
Lab 2. Computational design – with Daniel Hurtubise & Mostafa El Ayoubi
Key-learning Objective 1 – 75 min Understand computational design and its tool by creating a building shape.
Key-learning Objective 2 – 75 min Panelling a complex facade using computational design.
Key-learning Objective 3 – 75 min Controlling project geometry with environment data.
Lab 3. Clash detection in BIM projects – with Arik Shiby & Moty Vaknin
Key-learning Objective 1 – 75 min Building execution process, How and when the clash detection needs to be done.
Key-learning Objective 2 – 75 min Clash detection. Understanding the importance and comparing models before and after the clash.
Key-learning Objective 3 – 75 min Appropriate software usage, using Revit and Naviswork for the clash detection and documentation.
Lab 4. Multi-platform workflows – with Martin Taurer
Key-learning Objective 1 – 75 min Utilize BIM/IPD Tools creatively | How to use different tools to cover unusual challenges.
Key-learning Objective 2 – 75 min Think outside the box | If there is no tool available, let’s create a new one.
Key-learning Objective 3 – 75 min Step onto the platform | Utilize current methods of design development and design communication to fully utilize the integrated process.
Lab 5. Successful BEP in Construction – with Marzia Bolpagni
Key-learning Objective 1 – 75 min How important is process and policy field?
Key-learning Objective 2 – 75 min What is the document process, regulations and standards on an international level?
Key-learning Objective 3 – 75 min What is a BIM Execution plan and how to create it?
Lab 6. Open BIM – with Nathan Hildebrandt
Key-learning Objective 1 – 75 min Delivering openBIM from ARCHICAD. The process of making amendments to the OOTB INT Template from ARCHICAD 21.
Key-learning Objective 2 – 75 min openBIM Collaboration. Clash detection checking in Solibri Model Checker and reporting using BIMcollab.
Key-learning Objective 3 – 75 min Delivering data to meet client requirements. Checking models and data provided by the consultant team in GliderBIM to confirm consultants are providing the specified information deliverables.

Location Summit 2018

The University of Ljubljana, faculty of Architecture
Univerza v Ljubljani, fakulteta za arhitekturo
Zoisova cesta 12
1000 Ljubljana
Slowenien