This year’s RTC Europe conference programme is shaping up to be, as always, one of the year’s must-attend Building Information Modelling events.
RTC Europe 2015 runs from October 29th-31st in Budapest, Hungary and the likes of global software brands, engineering firms, contractors, landscape BIM bloggers, interior architecture BIM experts, BIM consultancies, pedestrian modelling companies, civil engineers and more will be speaking across the three days. A massively diverse roster of professionals we think you will agree.
Where are the representatives travelling from to take to the RTC stage? Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Hungary, The Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States are the 13 countries represented, ensuring that delegates can expect the best world meet-up outside of a G8 Summit!
The Keynote Address comes from Lee Watanabe-Crockett of Global Design Citizen, a non-profit organization dedicated to developing modern learning environments in schools and classrooms across the globe. Educating the next generation in regards to the digital world – specifically construction – is the key to ensuring BIM knowledge is transferred for years to come, and Lee’s advice will be sure to inspire.
Watanabe-Crockett is no stranger to Building Information Modelling either. He recently delivered a keynote at the first-ever SydBIM event in Sydney, Australia.
To view the line-up in its entirety and read profiles for the 59 speakers in attendance, click here.