Join the IES team plus special guest speaker Jean Carriere of Trailloop on Thursday 28th January 2016 for the next installment of the popular IES Faculty BIM webinar series. This event will provide an update on the BIM4Analysis strategy plus interoperability development work, helping you on your BIM journey.
We’ll present the latest hints and tips for improving geometry and data import and update you on upcoming enhancements to the existing BIM integration process, including a quick recap on export settings and report checks.
Discover the findings from recent focused projects which looked at improving the process of integrating performance analysis into the BIM workflow. We’ll demonstrate how you can save time locating and assigning constructions and how to create a full loop in your design process – export models to the VE, run calcs and easily export the results data back to Revit®.
Jean Carriere of Trailloop will then develop on this capability presenting the most recent thinking on his approach to producing building loads for systems sizing and energy modelling from an integrated modelling process. Typically these two exercises are carried out in isolation thus missing the opportunity to fully exploit the BIM enabled approach.
In case you missed it, you can catch up on the previous BIM Faculty sessions on the IESVE You Tube channel.
Event Information & Registration
Date: Thursday, 28th January 2016
Time: 9:00 – 11:00 AM (EST) Online via GoToWebinar
Who should attend? IESVE users, Engineers, Architects, Contractors, BIM specialists and anyone in the building and architectural community interested in sustainable design.
14.00 Welcome & Introduction Sarah Graham, IES
14.20 Review of existing BIM integration features & planned enhancements Douglas Bell, IES
14.50 Demo of recent project findings Douglas Bell, IES
15.30 Interoperation between BIM & Energy Modelling Jean Carriere, Trailloop
The IES Faculty seminars are fully interactive so we encourage you to get involved by asking questions or sharing ideas and experiences with the IES team and guest speakers.
There are a number of ways you can do this – submit your question here, tweet us using the #BIMfaculty hashtag or post on the IES Facebook page and we’ll do our best to report back during the seminar. Questions and answers will be collated into an FAQ document which IES will circulate after the event.