Bringing Your Model to Life

Tuesday, October 17, 2017
Free and open to all. Lunch provided by Ideate.
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1.5 CES LUs

This Revit User Group focuses on implementing the model in the field using Leica Robotic Total Stations. The Leica iCON Robot 50 is a robotic total station that has been designed for easy use in the building construction industry. As a fully capable Survey grade robot, it can handle any type of project easily and efficiently.

About the Presenters:

Stanley Lawrence, Datum Tech Solutions Founder, brings over 20 years of industry experience to the nation-wide reseller of total stations and construction software. He’s watched the changes in the industry and has positioned himself at the cutting edge of construction technology. During his years in the field, Stanley learned that no software is a substitute for proper training. At Datum Tech Solutions, Stanley trains clients one-on-one, helping them become proficient in the ever-evolving field of BIM technologies, while saving them time and money.

Bryant Schwartz, Sales & Training Manager, has been in the commercial construction space for more than a decade, working hands-on within high-end and complex projects. Much of his experience lies in high rise construction, including projects ranging from stadiums to biospheres. He enjoys tackling each project’s unique challenges by utilizing effective and efficient workflow management.

Learning Objectives:

After completing this program, attendees will…

  • Be able to fully integrate drawings from AutoCAD and Revit, giving the field the ability to utilize Building Information Models to their fullest capabilities
  • Highly accurate – the iCON Robot 50 in conjunction with iCON software allows for a user friendly workflow that is extremely accurate and minimizes any possibilities for mistakes in the field
  •  Versatile – Allows for multiple setup methods, allowing the user to work virtually anywhere on a job site
  • Implementing the model in the field using Leica Robotic Total Stations
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