May 21-23, 2019 | Anaheim Convention Center | Anaheim, CA

Conference Program

New for 2019: SPAR 3D will provide project-specific sessions in which all players involved in a specific project, from asset owner to contractors, will share the tools and processes used for end-to-end project execution. Attendees can then choose to attend sessions based on different tool sets (from capture, to data processing and management, to deliverables) and project types, including:

–Industrial Facilities (refineries, offshore platforms)
–Process & Power (pipelines, hydro, gas)
–Infrastructure (bridges, tunnels)
–Surveying & Mapping (corridor mapping, shoreline)
–Large Construction (hospitals, schools)

To view the full conference program with the AEC Next sessions, click here. Attendees will need to purchase the All Access Pass in order to attend both event’s sessions.

 

Day 1
Tuesday, May 21, 2019
Day 2
Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Day 3
Thursday, May 23, 2019

Advances from Universities

  • Digital Construction of Concrete: An Ongoing Exploration on Design and Development of Printable Mixture and Printing Process
  • Challenging Constructions with Additive Manufacturing
  • Faster building permits and inspections? Try software for self-certification
  • Results of An AEC Supply Chain Optimization Study: Supporting A PrefaBIM Process
Roberto Naboni
Maryam Hojati
John Cribbs
Mark Clayton

Preparing for Change: Beyond BIM to Digital Twin, Machine Learning & AI

  • Predictive Fabrication
  • Implementing Transformative AECO Processes
Jay Zallan
Ken Flannigan

AR/VR Applied: Integrating with Drones, BIM, 3D Printing…and Some Unanticipated Benefits

  • Design, Construction, Facilities Management, and Occupant Safety
  • BIM, VR, 3D printing
  • Drone Mapping and VR for BIM Enhancement
Josh Holmes
Thomas Freed
Ryan Shults
Amr Raafat

Integrating 3D Technologies & Making the Data Useful Across the Enterprise

  • Mapping a Massive Million Square Foot facility in Two Days Using LiDAR and Photogrammetry
  • High-Accuracy GNSS for Non-Surveyors at Oregon DOT
Chris Pucci
Rehan Amin

Fundamentals of 3D Technologies: Processing Large Data Sets: Available Options; Tips & Tricks

  • Managing 6 Po Point Cloud Database & Process Calculation of Scanning Trains
Katie Montag
Frank Richard

Integrating Smart Materials & Intelligent Technology for Construction

  • Advancing Construction Prefabrication with 3D Laser Projection Technology
  • Force Multipliers: Moving Beyond the Supply Chain
  • Reaching New Heights: Mass Timber Innovations
Josh Lobel
Maria Laguarda-Mallo, PhD
Keegan Kirkpatrick

Latest & What’s Ahead in Autonomy and Robotics

  • Utilizing artificial Intelligence in Construction Planning and Scheduling
  • Distributed Edge Processing: the key to Robotic Intelligence
  • Intersection Modeling for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
Barry Behnken
Rene Morkos
Ray Mandli
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