WHAT IS DIGITAL BUILT WEEK?
Digital Built Week is the AECO technology conference FOR USERS, BY USERS; Learn, discuss, network. Grow your knowledge and grow you!
This event is like no other, offering a wealth of opportunities and benefits in one convenient location. The best part is that it’s a ‘by users, for users’ event, so you’ll get honest advice from people who really know their stuff and are eager to share their knowledge. Our community includes business leaders, thought leaders, innovators, and implementers, all ready to help you become part of a smarter and more productive industry. This year, Digital Built Week offers a wide range of focused tracks, including BILT, DTS, BCS, and Data Day, to ensure you get the most out of your experience. Come join us and be part of the future of the built environment!
What is BILT?
BILT (Buildings, Infrastructure, Lifecycle supported by Technology)- Our flagship track and where it all started! Experts teaching and sharing the latest tools, techniques, technologies and thinking about how to apply them in your work and your firm.
Looking to improve your skills and knowledge of Autodesk Revit® and related tools? Then the BILT track at Digital Built Week is the perfect opportunity for you! This track is designed specifically for those using BIM (Building Information Modeling) and VDC (Virtual Design and Construction) in the design, construction, operation, and maintenance of our built environment.
Whether you’re a practitioner or consumer of these tools, BILT sessions are tailored to help you become more effective, impactful, and productive. Best of all, the BILT track is presented by users, for users, meaning you’ll get insider knowledge from the best and brightest in the industry. Furthermore, the unique organization of the BILT track easily facilitates an environment to network with the experts. Did you see a class you loved or one where you have further questions? Then catch up with the presenter during one of the networking opportunities because they are eager to engage with you too!
With a unique collection of speakers who are innovators and at the cutting edge of tool usage, BILT promises to be an exciting and informative experience. Don’t miss your chance to be part of this community and take your skills to the next level. Join us at Digital Built Week and be part of the future of BIM and VDC!
What is DTS?
DTS – (Design Technology Summit) – Business leadership and thoughtful discussion about technology and its impact on practice. Looking to better understand how to help lead your firm? Then come listen and discuss!
If you’re a technology leader in the AEC industry, then the Design Technology Summit at Digital Built Week is a must-attend event. This leadership conference track brings together select professionals responsible for managing and implementing design technology in a unique, facilitated roundtable environment.
Unlike other tracks, the Design Technology Summit offers attendees an exclusive space to discuss issues, share collective experiences, workshop ideas, and develop creative solutions to stay at the forefront of the constantly evolving technology landscape.
This is the perfect opportunity to network with like-minded executives and gain valuable insights from peers who understand the unique challenges and opportunities of the industry.
Don’t miss your chance to be part of this exclusive opportunity and take your technology leadership skills to the next level. Join us at Digital Built Week and be part of the future of the AEC industry.
What is BCS?
BCS (Building Content Summit) – All about the content what do we put in our BIM? Whose is it? What matters? Find out and add your voice!
If you’re passionate about improving Autodesk Revit® content and want to be part of a community dedicated to making a difference, then you won’t want to miss the Building Content Summit track. As a Digital Built Week conference track, it brings together presentations by thought leaders from Design, Manufacturing, Owner and Facility Managers, and Software/Service Providers to create a truly unique experience.
What’s great about this track is that it fosters collaboration between different realms of the AEC industry, breaking down barriers and bringing people together to share their expertise. Our goal is to help everyone better understand the challenges and interests faced during design and construction, and to find common ground for creating better BIM content for our firms, for our clients, and for our industry.
So, if you’re looking to learn from the best in the industry, gain valuable insights, and be part of a community dedicated to making a positive impact, then the Building Content Summit is the perfect opportunity for you. Don’t miss out!
What is Data Day?
Data Day – Now data days, focus on ‘big data’ how to work with it, how to apply it, how to leverage and use it. Data is the future, and the future is now!
Data Day is a full track of sessions spread throughout the Digital Built Week event, focused on BIM-related design, analysis, and exploration through the use of data. The Data Day track is specifically focused on both current and potential use of data within the AECO/FM industry.
Data Day aims to identify the challenges and importance of data in the industry, generate implementable ideas to better utilize data, develop a graphic ecosystem of data management tools, leverage data at each stage of a built project lifecycle, identify necessary skills to solve industry problems, learn from other industries’ methods, and facilitate multidisciplinary collaboration and networking. If you are using Dynamo, Grasshopper, Tableau, PowerBi or similar tools, then this is the track for you!
Are you an aspiring BIM-data developer looking to learn more about how to maximize the use of data in the AECO/FM industry? Then Data Day at Digital Built Week is the perfect opportunity for you! This full track of sessions is focused on BIM-related design, analysis, and exploration through the use of data.
Data Day aims to identify the challenges and importance of data in the industry, generate implementable ideas to better utilize data, develop a graphic ecosystem of data management tools, leverage data at each stage of a built project lifecycle, identify necessary skills to solve industry problems, learn from other industries’ methods, and facilitate multidisciplinary collaboration and networking.
Whether you’re already using Dynamo, Grasshopper, Tableau, PowerBi, or similar tools, or just interested in learning more about them, Data Day has something for you. This is a great opportunity to gain valuable knowledge and skills, network with industry professionals, and be part of the future of the AECO/FM industry.
Don’t miss your chance to be part of this exciting event. Join us at Digital Built Week and take your software development skills to the next level!
So, what are you waiting for? Register now to secure your seat and join the track of your choice for DBWa 2023!