Oct 2, 2017 | Atlanta, GA
Georgia Tech‘s Digital Building Lab (DBL) is at the forefront of AEC industry applications of emerging technologies, thanks in large part to founder Chuck Eastman’s groundbreaking work in building information modeling (BIM). Dennis Shelden, Director of DBL, is positioning the Lab and Atlanta as a hub for innovation and entrepreneurship in the built environment technology sector by cultivating partnerships between academia and industry.
On October 2-6, the DBL will participate in BuiltTech Week, a week of panel discussions, workshops, and new initiatives presented in partnership with Supernova South, the Southeast’s largest and longest-running tech conference, and BuiltTech.com.
The 2017 DBL Symposium is the final event of Atlanta's BuiltTech Week and will launch a number of Georgia Tech and Atlanta AEC focused techology innovation programs.
See More at: https://archpaper.com/2017/09/atlanta-high-tech-building-economy-georgia-tech/
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