GEO Business 2015 promises to be one of late-Spring’s most exciting Building Information Modelling events as the relationship between BIM, GIS and LiDAR will be examined and discussed with help from over 200 exhibitors.
Due to GEO Business‘ stance as one of the most eagerly-anticipated UK-based events and BIMcrunch’s position as the only website that brings you daily news and views from the world of BIM, it figures that a union between the two of us would be rather fitting.
Today, BIMcrunch can announce our position as an official Media Partner for GEO Business 2015, which takes place as the Business Design Centre in London from May 27th to May 28th.
Caroline Hobden, GEO Business 2015’s Event Director provided exclusive comment regarding the partnership: “The GEO Business team are once again delighted to be working in partnership with BIMcrunch, explained Hobden. “We consider their strong media support invaluable when communicating and engaging with industry.
“Building Information Modelling plays a key role at GEO Business 2015 with two sessions dedicated to this topic alone within the conference programme.”
BIMcrunch Editor Jack White also discussed the agreement, stating: “BIMcrunch are delighted to act as a Media Partner for GEO Business 2015, an event that promises to be a valuable source of information relating not just to BIM implementation, but also how BIM processes can link with others such as GIS.
“The global representation showcased in GEO Business’ conference programme reflects our stance as the world-leading online presence for the presentation of Building Information Modelling stories.
“As we grow from strength-to-strength, we are eager to support the progression of the GEO Business brand alongside our journey.”
Presenters confirmed to speak at Geo Business 2015 include: Director of BIM at Black & Veatch, Ian Bush; Arup‘s Paul Hill, who will be discussing the relationship between BIM and GIS; Morten Hertz Knudsen of COWI, Denmark; US firm Materia‘s Kyle Schertzing, who will evoke discussion relating to BIM and LiDAR; Leica Geosystems‘ Paul Burrows; and Fred Mills, Founding Director of The B1M (read Fred’s BIM Brunch with us here).