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11913: Innovation Forum: Building Tomorrow's World: Flexing Your Digital Brain and Brawn

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Technology disruption is shaking up the way we construct and experience our physical world. Additive manufacturing, robotic fabrication, advanced materials, and other innovations help us exceed expectations as we create new products and build spaces and infrastructure. Join this Innovation Forum on physical production and get an inspiring view of the future from leaders disrupting their industries and creating new value for clients and customers.

 

Hosted by: Roman Mars


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Roman Mars

Roman Mars is creator and host of 99% Invisible, an iTunes top 20 design and architecture podcast that averages 3 million monthly downloads. He captivated audiences as a TED main stage speaker in 2015, and was named 1 of the 100 Most Creative People by Fast Company in 2013. As the highest-funded journalist in Kickstarter history, Roman has raised more than $1.16 million through crowdfunding campaigns. He is also co-founder of Radiotopia, an innovative collective of story-driven podcasts.

Jos Mulkens

Jos Mulkens is the managing director of Voorbij Prefab B.V., established in the Netherlands. He specializes in advancing and optimizing company processes and organizations.

Joel Neidig

Joel Neidig is the business development & technology manager of ITAMCO. He was named a “Thought Leader” by IMTS Insider. His company was voted Autodesk Inventor of the Year.

Jeroen Pat

Jeroen Pat recently joined TBI Knowledge Centre as the firm’s innovator, overseeing BIM/SE/IT initiatives from the ground up, including strategy, standards, and implementation.

Robert Simmons

Robert Simmons invented ConX, a Chassis Based Modular structural steel system that uses advanced BIM and manufacturing to optimize design of midrise structures.

Danielle Trofe

Danielle Trofe Design is a Brooklyn-based design studio that promotes a function-forward, sustainable and socially responsible approach to furniture and lighting design.

Keith Warren

Keith Warren has 30 years of experience with AEC projects, including land development, public works, utility engineering, BIM/CIM, virtual design, and construction.

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  • 2015
  • 11913
  • AU Las Vegas

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