It's raining design. This round table will discuss inventive workflows that multiple users from many firms are exploring. We will explore everything from conducting cloud-based, whole-building energy analysis to getting that perfect renderand everything in between. With these faster tools, design happens more collaboratively, and we will share our experiences using these tools. From covering the basics to exploring solar radiation analysis, everything is on the table.
Designers looking to broaden their experience with Autodesk 360,
Architects and Engineers
Ryan Baker Cameron graduated with a master in architecture degree from the University of Nebraska in 2008. Ryan has been a guest speaker at Central States Revit Workshop 2013 (now Building Information Modeling Workshops) and he has presented sessions at Autodesk University. He works as a project architect for DLR Group. Ryan is very active in the Revit community, and you can find him on just about every forum, happily sharing his creative passions with others. If you would like to connect with Ryan, find him at Twitter @rbcameron1 and LinkedIn.com. Ryan is a technology enthusiast and a designer who loves all things architecture and engineering, and he has publications in several magazines, including Crit Journal and MetalMag. He is a recipient of many awards, including the Herman Miller Young Architect Award, and he exhibits contributions to the industry above and beyond his peers. He lives in Lincoln with his wife and son.
Bill Allen is the BIM Manager at OZ Architecture. His main goal at OZ is to support design and documentation processes utilizing Computational Building Information Modeling with uncompromising leadership and technical dexterity. Bill has experiencing lecturing on staff as a College Instructor for the University of Nebraska Omaha. He additionally has been a speaker at such conferences as Autodesk University and the Central States BIM workshops. Bill served on the BIM Board of Omaha, BIM Workshop Board, and is an active member of the local Rocky Mountain Building Information Society (ROMBIS)