BIM and energy topics at the 15th IMSWARE user meeting

BIM and energy topics at the 15th iTWO fm user meeting

Building Information Modeling, process optimisation and Energy management are among the topics of the 15. IMSWARE user meeting, at the November 28th in the Signal Iduna Park, the stadium of BVB Borussia Dortmund. News about IMSWARE 2018 and IMSWARE.GO! 2.0 are also on the agenda.

Building Information Modeling (BIM) is becoming increasingly relevant also for CAFM, IMS picks up on the topic at the upcoming user meeting and accompanies it with a lecture Prof. Jürgen Danielzik and Gabriele Schwarte two of the best BIM managers in Germany shape.

Kerstin Diederichs from Stadtwerke Bielefeld explains the topic of process optimisation with IMSWARE from a practical perspective. She supervises the cable management for the local telecommunications and internet provider BITel and describes how processes can be cleverly organised and sustainably improved with powerful software.

In the context of energy management Lars Hilsmann, Product manager at IMS, the new one IMSWARE.APP Energy in front of you. With it, meter readings can be recorded by photo, automatically read out and processed in IMSWARE.

The IMSWARE user meeting takes place on Tuesday, November 28, 2017, in the time of 8:30 to 16 clock in the Signal Iduna Park in Dortmund will take place. The venue of BVB Borussia Dortmund is not just the backdrop - the current leader of the Bundesliga also manages its grounds with IMSWARE and the stadium's namesake, Signal Iduna, is also a customer. The participants of the user meeting will also enjoy a tour of the largest football stadium in Germany and can see what is usually hidden from view.

Users of IMSWARE take as usual free take part in the event. Interested parties can register now per email to register for participation.

Registration deadline is November 17, 2017.

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