The buildingSMART International Standards Summit will take place in Rome between the 27th – 30th of March 2023. This event brings together the international openBIM community to help shape the standards and services that ensure a more sustainable, productive, and collaborative future for the built asset industry. The event is designed for professionals that want to improve the industry by sharing best practices, open data standards, and finding better ways of working together for a brighter future.
This event is focused on delivering “A Diverse and Sustainable Future with openBIM”.
At this event, you can learn about how women are pioneering new ways of working and how diversity is, how openBIM is at the core of standards and services making, and how new initiatives will affect change for the industry. You can meet the community throughout the event whilst joining active working groups, the openBIM marketplace, and participating in buildingSMART’s Rooms (Airport, Building, Construction, Infrastructure, Product, Railway, Regulatory, Sustainable Energy Management, and Technical). See firsthand how openBIM workflows are driving real value in projects, and how new technologies are advancing the pace of the digital transformation.
Join this in-person event and find out how you can gain value and contribute to a more sustainable, productive, and forward-thinking industry.
buildingSMART International Standards Summit
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