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Program Details:
Date: Tuesday, February 24
Time: 1 Hour Program
Units: 1 AIA LU
Program Fee:
- AIA Member Price: $25
- Non-AIA Member Price: $35
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Building Informed Environments

Join us to learn how architects are working in the cloud. We will discuss how the cloud enables greater transparency in communication and decision making with processes that did not exist a few years ago. The presentation will review how social networking tools have caused revolutions across the globe as well as similar tools that are creating revolutions in how projects are conceived, designed, constructed and managed. Learn how sensor technologies connected with the cloud are bringing buildings to life, as the complexity and cost of these sensors continue dropping -- making it possible to have buildings "talk" to us.

Speakers

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Kimon Onuma, FAIA

Name:
Kimon Onuma
Job Title:
President and Founder
The Company:
Onuma
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Building Informed Environments

Kimon pioneers fundamental change in problem solving, knowledge capture and integrated practice for the building industry. For nearly two decades Kimon has taken his real world architectural project experience into the development of the Onuma System, a cloud computing tool for the built environment. His award winning BIMStorm process proves cloud collaboration reality. Kimon has spoken at more than 250 national and international events. His award-winning, open-standards design software promotes real-time, global collaboration and represents the future of the building industry. Last year he and his team garnered the 2009 Smart Services Buildy Award for the Onuma System.

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What You Will Learn

  • Methods for working in the cloud that can be applied to upcoming projects.
  • New processes that enable transparent communication and decision making.
  • How to use social networking tools to conceive, design, construct, and manage projects.
  • The ways in which buildings can "talk" to us through sensor technologies.

Program Schedule

DESIGN [realized] offers building professionals the opportunity to participate in Continuing Education programs throughout the year. Presentations by leading industry experts are webcast to groups and individual attendees across the country.

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 Welcome / Introductions 12:00 PM 1:00 PM 2:00 PM 3:00 PM
 Presentation 12:05 PM 1:05 PM 2:05 PM 3:05 PM
 Q&A 12:50 PM 1:50 PM 2:50 PM 3:50 PM
 Adjourn 1:00 PM 2:00 PM 3:00 PM 4:00 PM
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