Microsol Resources' TechPerspectives are events held annually in New York, Boston, and Philadelphia. Our annual events showcase and highlight the latest technology driving change in the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industry. We will hear from design technologists as they explore new workflows and processes that promote collaboration and information exchange to enhance building design.
In previous years, we called our events BIM Perspectives. This year, we are broadening our conversation from BIM into various innovative technology from 3D printing to virtual reality, computational design, fabrication and other technologies that leverage efficiencies in project design, collaboration and facility management.
What will we learn?• See how physical prototyping and 3D printing bring your design ideas to life from the digital to the built environment.• Learn about how virtual reality (VR) and photogrammetry is used for the design and architectural visualizations• Hear how designers are utilizing parametric modeling tools to realize design intent, manage drawing production and facilitate fabrication.• Explore fabrication modeling to provide a seamless interface between design, fabrication and construction teams.• Learn the uses of data analytics for the design of buildings and cities• Demo on how Dynamo Studio is used for façade panels placement and management, large-volume data management, model review, and QA/QCWho Attends TechPerspectives?Technology leaders from architectural, engineering & construction firms attend the event including CIOs, CTOs, VP of Information Technology, IT Directors, BIM Managers, CAD Managers, Virtual Design & Construction (VDC) Managers.
Why Attend?• Stay ahead of the curve and hear about the technology trends from industry leaders and specialists in architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) firms.• Interact with technology leaders in the AEC community throughout the conference and networking breaks.• Meet with the industry’s premier technology solution providers demonstrating how they can assist you in meeting your increasing project demands while supporting productivity.• Earn Continuing Education Units for AIA learning units or PDH.
Other business and technology leaders also attend including property owners and managers, public agencies, facility designers and managers, and technology consultants.