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Seminar subjects

NCE is sponsoring a series of seminars at ICAT

From planning to handover the benefits of CAD

Derek Bretherton and Stuart Knight of Advanced Computer Solutions will use real life examples to demonstrate benefits to everyone involved in a construction project.

Collaborative engineering on large AEC projects

ISI Group will focus on issues surrounding the management of data on large projects, with contributors including BAA describing use of latest technology.

Lowering the cost of CAD

IMSIs talk will include implementation and the level of functionality of low cost CAD packages and issues such as cost, training and support.

Collaborative working the complete picture

Neville Glanville of Bentley Systems will talk about the need for the entire design team to view and review design data, and how a wider audience can be reached using a standards Web browser.

The virtual building in collaborative architecture

Graphisofts Russell Henley will examine the advantages of the virtual building as the means to initiate a single team approach in a project.

Design the way you think

Creating, evaluating and modifying designs in 3D can be started at the conceptual design stage, building simple block models and then evolving the design. Information can be shared with other members of the team, and details such as quantities extracted at any stage, says Bentley Systems Neville Glanville.

Implement CAD for architects a case study

Caddie user group chairman Paul Baines will introduce a trio of architects who will discuss their experiences.

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