Sessions: 9:30am – 12pm (Lunch) 1pm – 3:30pm
The AEC technology revolution has arrived for you! Come and join your peers at the very first ABC (Associated Builders and Contractors) Technology Forum March 8th at Miller IDS’ Metric store. Why is this event so important to you? Because the construction industry is uniquely positioned to benefit from new technologies, yet remains among the least digitized sectors of our economy. You can register here:
Together, Miller IDS and a select group of technology vendors are going to share the benefits of the extremely valuable and cost effective technologies available to ABC members today.
This interactive event will provide you the opportunity to connect with technology representatives from companies such as Bluebeam, iPlanTables, VIMaec, 3DR, Hewlett Packard, Xerox and Synnex who are digitizing the construction industry and will help you discover how to propel your company forward while dramatically reducing the total project life cycle, cost and completion time. Additionally, you will also be able to meet and discuss your company’s network services needs with Greg Bibeau. And, if you are in need of BIM Services, Biswanath Todi of Pinnacle Infotech can address all of your BIM requirements.
Sign up to attend this event and see how your business will benefit:
- GET REAL-TIME UPDATES Instantly access the latest progress on a project and collaborate while on site
- DECREASE REWORK Save time and money with precision data and quicker awareness of issues
- INCREASE SAFETY See how drones and wearables can manage inspections and navigate hazardous areas
- Increase safety
- Improve accuracy
- Provide up-to-date information
- Create video, exacting photos & 3-D modeling
- Survey and inspect sites
Turning Expectations into Reality
Virtual and augmented reality is taking the construction industry by storm. Join us on March 8th and see for yourself why VR & AR are no longer just something seen in the movies. For example, virtual-reality safety walk-throughs may become the default solution for those wanting to assess potential hazards. As a useful communication tool, there is nothing more real. Start your journey to VR here or on March 8th.
“VR is the definitive next step for AEC visualization, and it’s important to take that step now to stay ahead of the curve.”
Sanjay Mistry, VP of VIMaec