Hong Kong Chapter offers an Early Bird Discount on the full summit physical ticket (both with and without the gala dinner until midnight on 10th September 2023 (HKT).
Please email to firstname.lastname@example.org for registration as Early Bird. We will furnish you with a Discount Code for formal Event Registration
About the Event: –
We are pleased to announce the buildingSMART International Standards Summit will take place in Lillestrøm, Norway from 18-21 September 2023. This global event brings together a community of professionals dedicated to developing and implementing open data standards for the built environment. With a specific focus on digital products and the openBIM workflow, this summit explores critical aspects that are shaping the industry today. Join us as we emphasize the importance of digitization, data analysis, and taking action to create a sustainable future.
The demand for open standards is rapidly increasing across the globe. Governments, commissions, and clients are recognizing the necessity of adopting open data standards to enhance the definition and specification of requirements, enabling seamless information exchange throughout the entire value chain. As the world strives to enhance the efficiency and sustainability of designing, constructing, and operating buildings and infrastructure, this summit stands as the place to address all the critical requirements and demands associated with the development, testing, and global implementation of open data standards.
Join us to uncover the pivotal importance of digitizing products for manufacturers, gain insights into the latest advancements in openBIM workflows, and acquire valuable practical knowledge from esteemed industry experts. Don’t miss the opportunity to secure your spot at this indispensable industry event by registering today.
Who Should Attend?
The buildingSMART International Standards Summit welcomes professionals from various disciplines within the built environment, including but not limited to:
Architects, Engineers, Construction managers, Project managers, BIM specialists, Software vendors and developers, Consultants, Contractors, Product manufacturers, Governments, Asset owners, Policymakers, Researchers, Students, Sustainability advocates.
Whether you are new to the field or an experienced industry professional, this event offers valuable insights and networking opportunities to enhance your knowledge and expand your professional network.
buildingSMART Norway have put together some practical information and recommendations of things to see and experience before, during, or after the Summit. You can visit the page here.
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