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The AIA Technology in Architectural Practice Knowledge Community (TAP) serves as a resource for AIA members, the profession, and the public in the deployment of computer technology in the practice of architecture. TAP leaders monitor the development of computer technology and its impact on architecture practice and the entire building life cycle, including design, construction, facility management, and retirement or reuse.

AEC TECH+ Conference 6/13 NYC

By Susan Kramer posted 04-10-2019 16:29

The Architect's Newspaper 3rd annual NYC 6/13 @New York Academy of Sciences, 7WTC. Great lineup:


Navigating the Changing Landscape of AEC Technology

James Vandezande/HOK

Optimizing Workflow & Collaboration | BIM, Revit + New Tools that Deliver your Project Seamlessly

From design and prefabrication to construction, learn how to create a lean and productive chain throughout the project lifecycle.

Ayse Polat/Turner ConstructionRuss Manning/U PennDan Gallivan/Payette

Intelligent Building: The ROI of IoT

How smart building tech and data can transform the design, comfort level, performance and maintenance of properties, benefitting owners and occupants.

Derek Fu/IBMMichael Reed/NYSERDAJennifer Mannier/M Moser Assoc.

Deep Dive Speaker

Scott Lomax/Thornton Tomasetti

Immersive Storytelling: Visualization and Creating the Big Picture for Clients and Collaborators

3D immersive rooms, super high-res videos, VR headsets, and AR iPads all create virtual experiences expediting the design stage and developer approval, right up to marketing and sales.

Christopher Morse/SHoPDaniel Cashen/SOMGreg Rogers/WeWork
Program co-presented by Microsol Resources TechPerspectives.