Held at Novotel Amsterdam City, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, the two-day extravaganza was the perfect platform for GIS and Building Information Modelling discussions to take place, giving delegates an understanding surround the stages of adoption of their European counterparts.
Over 150 guests were in attendance and were treated to speeches from over 30 industry speakers over the double-day event whilst also being engaged by company stands and promotional leaflets that enabled them to gain that extra BIM insight.
See what some of the delegates including Fugro‘s Bujar Nushi, Topcon‘s Matt McCarter and the University of Twente‘s Jan Willem Kattouw had to say regarding their GeoBIM experience below. Click here to read entire Twitter coverage of the event.
'BIM is the adoption of the entire construction process, not just a vertical building'. Bryn Fosburgh, VP Trimble. #geobimeurope2014
— Aidan Mercer (@AidanMercer) November 19, 2014
— BIMscript (@BIMscript) November 19, 2014
— Bujar Nushi (@bujarnushi) November 20, 2014
— GEOSPATIAL WORLD (@geoworldmedia) November 20, 2014
#geobimeurope2014 it is a wonderful that we have these new initiatives like geodesign and geobim in The Netherlands. Location matters!
— Henk Scholten (@Henkjscholten) November 20, 2014
— Jan Willem Kattouw (@JWKattouw) November 20, 2014
— Jene van der Heide (@jenevanderheide) November 19, 2014
— Léon van Berlo (@berlotti) November 20, 2014
Anne Kemp says beware unintended consequences as we move increasingly to the virtual rather than real world. Very wise. #geobimeurope2014
— Marek Suchocki (@msuchocki) November 20, 2014
— Matt Mccarter (@oatfedgoat) November 20, 2014
— Peter Kleinjan (@pkleinjan) November 19, 2014
— rob roef (@robroef) November 20, 2014