||Tuesday, January 27, 2015
||2:00 p.m. (ET) / 1:00 p.m. (CT) / 12:00 p.m. (MT) / 11:00 a.m. (PT)
||Sam Robins, Industry Manager, Autodesk
|| Zach Crumel, Technical Specialist, Autodesk
||Training and Education
Field execution has become more predictable over the last several years due in part to the widespread use of field layout tools. Total robotic stations and other field instruments now routinely help with the accurate layout of many components on the building site.
Whether you are a general contractor or subcontractor, there are major benefits to be gained from field layout solutions on the job site and from the use of innovative software technology in the model detailing and coordination stage.
In this webinar, you will learn about current construction trends that are helping to improve the accuracy of field layout, get a technical overview of the latest software tools that can help better prepare you for field layout, and an insight into new, innovative layout solutions that are set to change the landscape of the industry.
THIS WEBINAR IS DESIGNED TO:
- Highlight the value of intelligent field layout to general contractors and subcontractors
- Demonstrate how Autodesk Point Layout can provide contractors with comprehensive tools and streamline point creation
- Give viewers insight into new and innovation layout software tools and field instruments
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Sam Robins is Specialty Construction Contractor Industry Manager at Autodesk and is responsible for helping build the marketing and strategy for the Autodesk Fabrication product line. Sam has been in the MEP Construction industry for five years, working with Autodesk for three years and prior to that as a Marketing Manager for MAP Software, the creators of the original CADduct, CADmep, and CAMduct products.
Zach Crumal works for Autodesk as Product Manager for Point Layout & BIM360 Layout iOS app. He works with internal teams to improve layout workflows and QA/QC through BIM processes inthe construction and MEP industries. Zach has worked for Get The Point (GTP) which was an Autodesk acquisition and has worked as a BIM Specialist for general contractors.
PowerPoint Presentation (PDF)