The list of top 10 speakers and sessions for this year’s BILT NA, finally released
The quality of sessions were incredibly high as reflecting in the scores with this year only
BILT is an annual event organized to satisfy the necessity of those who design, build, maintain and operate in our built environment. One of their main goals as a community of professionals is to improve the way the industry works together.
They believe that:
- Technology is an enabler of better processes and outcomes, not a driver in and of itself.
- Our industry has failed to keep pace with others in productivity and innovation, but that provides clear opportunities for improvement.
- Our industry is siloed, fractured and too often adversarial; but we wish to play a role in changing this by bringing people together from different backgrounds to learn from each other.
- Getting people to change behaviors is the hardest part of any change.
As a 'by users, for users' event, BILT is the best place to get unvarnished advice from the people who really know their stuff, yet continue to learn themselves. Business leaders, thought leaders, innovators and implementers; they are all part of our community and ready to share their secrets (okay, some of their secrets...) to aid in the quest for a better, smarter industry, and a stronger, more sustainable built environment.
The 10 from BILT NA 2018
On September 12, RTC events released the list of the top 10 speakers and sessions decided by the audience. Grab your agenda and write this names down!
1. Marcello Sgambelluri “Roundtable: Drafters or Engineers? Structural Revit Model or Analytical Model? Who Should Model What?”
2. John Pierson “Lab: Awesome Methods to Make Your Families Stretch and Flex”
3. Carl Storms “Navisworks: Not the Only Name in the Clash Detection Game”
4. Jason Boehning “Lab: MEP Analytics with Dynamo”
5. Paul Aubin “Back to Reality: From Scan to Model to VR”
6. Chris Lindo “REVUing 3D PDFs: Generating and Working with 3D PDFs”
7. Sarah Causey “Roundtable: Implementing R&D in Your Firm, a Brainstorming Session”
8. Sash Kazeminejad “Revit Phasing from A to Z”
9. Kelly Cone “Channeling Einstein: A General Theory of Implementation”
10. Brian Mackey “How to Ensure Revit Family Stability”
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