Egis will be present at BIM World on April 2 and 3, 2019

Egis stand: A80 - C83 at Paris Expo, Porte de Versailles

Egis will be present for the 5th year in a row at BIM World, the leading event dedicated for user-related solutions around building information modeling and new technologies for the construction, real estate industry and urban planning.

At Egis, we consider BIM (Building Information Modeling) to be a genuine corporate project. Committed to research, internal training and promotion of innovation with players in the construction industry, Egis takes the lead in this digital revolution in France and abroad, in the areas of buildings, architecture, engineering, civil engineering and civil works.

Through its active participation in research networks and programs (Mediaconstruct, MINnD), the group actively participates in structuring the exchange of information, in defining a standardized data model, developing new tools and in specifying collaborative platforms between all players in the construction industry.

Meet Jean-Paul Trehen, our Building Information Management Director, and our experts in building, city and transport sectors.

Our experts will participate in several conferences, see the details below.

Conferences, Avril 2nd

11h30 - 12h30 Gate 3 : Exploitation et continuité des maquettes numériques pendant la phase chantier (in French), with Chloé Bolon, systems and signalling engineer Egis.

14h-15h Gate 2 : Inventory, manage and develop a real estate portfolio with digital technologies (in French and English), with Jean-Paul Trehen, BIM Director, Miryam Le Madec, BIM project manager, and Emmanuel Lagrange, Real Eastate Projects Department.

14h30 – 15h30 Gate 3 : Conférence société du grand paris, partage des retours d’expérience avec les partenaires de la maîtrise d’œuvre (in French), with Alexandre Hersant, BIM project manager and Benoit Jantzen, BIM project director.

15h30 – 16h30 Gate 6 : Intégration des objets connectés dans les maquettes numériques (in French), with Lionel Fabre, project manager, Nicolas Rageuil, technical and innovation engineer.

Conferences, Avril 2rd

11h30 - 12h30 Gate 2 : Collaborative platforms, interoperability and data sharing BIM/GIS/IoT (in French and English), with Jérémie Huet, Marseille Tramway project Director, Nicolas Ferrara, BIM corporate Expert and BIM Manager, and David Swiatkiewiez, BIM engineer for Grand Paris Express line 16 project.

15h30 - 16h30 Gate 1 : Comment disrupter la transition écologique avec le numérique ? (in French) avec with Martine Jauroyon, Chief Transformation and Sustainability Officer, Egis.

> Download the conferences program