International Summit – Barcelona, Spain

April 3 – April 6

The summit is a special opportunity to meet with world leaders in the development and delivery of open sharable data. We expect all the buildingSMART Chapters from around the world to be represented, providing an opportunity for experts to share knowledge for further enhancement of buildingSMART’s openBIM processes and standards.

There will be plenary sessions presenting information about the most recent standards, processes, tools and projects, as well as the main schedule of working sessions dealing with key themes.

We have a very comprehensive agenda which will include;

  • The latest developments for Infrastructure; Roads, Rail, Bridge and Asset Management as well as the IFC4 alignment deployment
  • MVD development for Buildings
  • New specialist areas, Airports and Construction for users of digital data standards
  • Digital standards for Regulation authorities
  • buildingSMART Data Dictionary (bSDD) working sessions
  • Working sessions aimed at Users in the AEC industry

The outputs and resolutions from the previous Summit in Korea (September 25 -28 2016) will be developed in Barcelona.

Source: buildingSMART

buildingSMART International Summit – Jeju, Korea | September 2016

Registration is open for our next working Summit being held on Jeju Island, Korea.
September 25 – September 29. Places are now filling fast and we encourage you to register soon.

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The Registration site and more details are here.

The summit is a special opportunity to meet with world leaders in the development and delivery of open data exchange standards and digital best practice. We expect all the buildingSMART Chapters from around the world to be represented, providing an opportunity for experts to share knowledge for further enhancement of buildingSMART’s openBIM processes and standards.

There will be plenary sessions presenting information about the most recent standards, processes, tools and projects, as well as the main schedule of working sessions dealing with key themes.

We have a very comprehensive agenda which includes;

  • The latest developments for Infrastructure; Roads, Rail, Bridge and Asset Management as well as the IFC4 alignment deployment
  • MVD development for Buildings
  • New specialist areas, Airports and Construction for users of digital data standards
  • Digital standards for Regulation authorities
  • buildingSMART Data Dictionary (bSDD) working sessions
  • Working sessions aimed at Users in the AEC industry

We look forward to welcoming you on Jeju and at our future Summits.

Registration for Summit on Jeju, Korea

Source: buildingSMART

buildingSMART International Standards Summit – The Netherlands | April 2016

Benelux Chapter hosts buildingSMART International Standards Summit, April 11 – April 14 2016 | Rotterdam!

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We are pleased to invite buildingSMART members and their guests to attend the buildingSMART International spring summit in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.

The summit is a special opportunity to meet with world leaders in the development and delivery of open sharable data. We expect all the buildingSMART Chapters from around the world to be represented, providing an opportunity for experts to share knowledge for further enhancement of buildingSMART’s openBIM processes and standards.

There will be plenary sessions giving information about the most recent standards, processes, tools and projects, as well as working sessions dealing with key themes.

The venue is De Doelen

The schedule for the event and registration details will be available shortly.

Source: buildingSMART

 

buildingSMART International’s Singapore Summit

In October, over one hundred experts assembled in Singapore to work on the creation of world’s future open building and infrastructure data standards.

Since the last working summit in London, 5 standards have been endorsed as buildingSMART Final Standards, and the number of initiatives in progress is healthier than ever with 27 Activities currently developing a broad range of new output.

The key milestones achieved during the summit include:

  • 24 nations attended 52 meetings
  • Key note presentations from Autodesk, Trafikverket and Nemetschek Group set the tone on user expectations
  • the Standards Committee Executive (SCE) agreed to put forward; ISO IDM Standard, mvdXML Trust in BIM deliverables and IFC for LAND XML report as final standards and technical reports.
  • A memorandum of understanding between bSI, Trafikverket, Rijkwaterstat and Liikennevirasto (the Swedish, Dutch & Finnish Traffic Agencies) was signed, ensuring funding and leadership of new infrastructure initiatives.
  • The Compliance Program finalised the proposal for the development of a buildingSMART accreditation scheme
  • The Technical Executive model was progressed to ensure harmonization across all the initiatives to providing consistent and quality output worthy of the bSI brand.

Focus on what the User needs was a key theme throughout the week and significant strides in improved leadership and coordination strategies were made.

The full set of resolutions and presentations from the summit are posted at Standards Summit Program

The list of standards work is to be found on the Activities page.

buildingSMART International is very grateful to the Singapore Chapter and their sponsors for the excellent organisation and hospitality that ensured this summit was such a  great success.

Be sure to join us at our next Summit in April 2016 in the Netherlands.