BIM9 and Knowledge Trax Ask “Are You BIMplemented?” at Autodesk University 2013
Newport Beach, California, November 19, 2013 – U.S. CAD announces today that BIM9 and Knowledge Trax will be exhibiting at Autodesk University 2013 (December 3 – 5) as part of the launch of the BIMplement initiative.
At booths #2222 and #2322, Autodesk University attendees will have the opportunity to answer the question “Are You BIMplemented?”, learn more about BIM9 and Knowledge Trax, and participate in special customer events.
T-shirt Giveaway Event: On Tuesday night, the first 500 attendees who take a sample Knowledge Trax assessment will receive a complimentary t-shirt. On Wednesday night, attendees who wear the shirt and visit the booths between 7:00PM to 8:00PM will be eligible to win special prizes.
“Our team is very excited to officially launch the BIMplement initiative at Autodesk University,” states Jeff Rachel, Vice President of U.S. CAD. “The attendees here are the perfect audience because not only do they understand and use Autodesk software, they’re also very much at the forefront of the technology and its implementation. We look forward to sharing and promoting the BIMplement initiative to this community.”
BIM9 is a provider of private BIM clouds, a solution that allows design teams to work on large Building Information Models simultaneously from different physical location and on virtually any device. A BIM9 server will be available at booth #2322 for Autodesk University attendees to test the power of a private BIM cloud. For more information, please visit http://www.bim9.com.
Knowledge Trax was recently introduced to the market and is a managed learning environment that offers custom education and training based on pre-determined “knowledge gaps”. Autodesk University attendees will have an opportunity to take a sample Knowledge Trax assessment at booth #2222. For more information, please visit http://www.knowledge-trax.com.
BIM Task Force, which offers production augmentation services, will also be presented at both exhibit booths. BIM Task Force leverages U.S. CAD’s team of professional BIM experts to help clients meet project deadlines and deliverables. For more information, please visithttp://www.bimtaskforce.com.