What makes RTC Europe different and stand out from the crowd?
The prestigious event attracted over 300 delegates, all of whom flocked from every corner of the planet to ensure that they were witness to the best selection of sessions possible. Whether you were a Dynamo user, landscape professional, laser scanning expert or photogrammetry fan, there was something to suit you.
But what is it that makes Revit Technology Conferences so popular? Is it the wide spectrum of classes, the chance for free Revit certification or the intimate networking setting?
BIMcrunch wanted to find out as to why so many people attend the conference, so whilst in Hungary, we spoke to delegates, speakers and committee members to see what makes RTC so special.
Angi Izzi – Autodesk
Anthony Hauck – Autodesk
Doug Williams – Perkins + Will
Graham Stewart – Ramboll
John Paul Mann – TMS
Kelli Lubeley – JLL
Lee Mullin – Autodesk
Lee Watanabe-Crockett – Global Digital Citizen Foundation
Rhys Lewis – Oasys Software
Susan Brattberg – Global eTraining
Silvia Taurer – LivingRoomCraftZ, RTC Committee
Wesley Benn – ADDglobal, RTC Committee
The RTC Europe 2016 location was announced at the conference, and our excitable reaction below has the details:
— BIMcrunch (@BIMcrunch) October 31, 2015
Stay tuned for more RTC-related content next week!