GeoBIM Europe 2015 speaker line-up: Egis, UK Ministry of Justice, Schiphol Airport, Trimble confirmed

Credit: Geospatial Media
Credit: Geospatial Media

The 2015 line-up for popular Building Information Modelling event GeoBIM Europe has been announced, with BIM experts from 12 countries confirmed to speak as part of the conference programme.

Our Media Partner selves announced the topics for the agenda back in August, but now the professionals discussing themes such as Breaking the Ice: GeoBIM and FM and GeoBIM: Building the Underground have been finalised.

Speakers from software giants, government bodies, law firms, global engineering units, universities and even airport asset management teams make up the programme so it is safe to say that a wide mix of expertise will be on offer for those in attendance to reap.

Education related experts attending include: Zef Hemel, Department of Geography, Planning and International Development, University of Amsterdam; André Dorée, Professor of Market & Organization Dynamics in Construction Industry, University of Twente; and Arto Kiviniemi, Professor of Digital Architectural Design, University of Liverpool.

The GeoBIM and FM session also promises to be a major highlight, with the Ministry of Justice‘s Deborah Rowland sharing the stage with Schiphol Airport‘s Strategic Advisor, Alexander Worp.

To view the GeoBIM Europe 2015 agenda in full, click here. If you ever want to refresh your memory, click the GeoBIM advertisements on BIMcrunch and they will take you directly to the agenda page for easy access.

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