The center of 3D innovation for the Built Environment will be at the Anaheim Convention Center the next three days June 5-7 as SPAR 3D 2018 and AEC Next combine for the first time.
The highly anticipated conference program, organized by conference planners and an Advisory Board comprised of 15 industry experts, kicks off on at 9:45 AM on June 5th with 16 product previews followed by the SPAR 3D opening and keynotes including Alexander Menzies of NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Dave Truch of BP, and Baptiste Tripard of Intel.
Day keynotes include Ken Sanders, of Gensler, and Jack Dahlgren of NVIDIA. Day 3 features a keynote panel of Darren Bechtel of Brick & Mortar Ventures, Ira Samm of Bechtel and Angie Ackroyd of Shell TechWorks followed by another keynote address by Atul Khanzode of DPR Construction.
The full program consists of more than 60 sessions is made up of keynote presentations, plenaries, 101-tracks, and panels providing industry professionals with an overview of 3D technologies, insight into the newest innovations and a view of what’s coming next.
71 exhibitors, including 15 exhibitors new to SPAR 3D this year, occupying 10,400 square feet, will showcase the latest 3D technology during the two-day exhibition. An additional 61 AEC Next exhibitors, occupying 7,500 square feet, will also be present on the expo floor to showcase architecture, engineering, and construction solutions. The exhibit hall will be open to attendees from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm on Wednesday and 10:00 am to 4:00 pm on Thursday.
In addition to an abundance of exhibitors, the exhibit hall will also feature a variety of live demonstrations. Live demonstrations have always been a cornerstone of SPAR 3D Expo & Conference, but this year will introduce a few firsts including 23 presentations in the SPAR 3D Demo Theater, a Station IX Immersive Theater with a 360-degree display, and Topcon’s Immersive Dome Experience.
Also available for attendees to test out will be Euclideon’s Hologram Table. Various Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality (AR & VR) demonstrations, as well as mobile mapping demonstrations, will be available throughout the exhibit hall.
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