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DD30 - 12d Model International User Conference 2012

The 12d Model International User Conference will be held on Sunday 29th, Monday 30th and Tuesday 31st July 2012 at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre (BCEC) and registrations are coming in thick and fast.

The 12d User Conference consists of three days on 12d Model 10, future 12d directions, user papers, and more.

The Conference will be an excellent 12d educational tool with the bonus of talking and mixing with the developers of 12d Model, 12d Model training, sales and support staff, and experienced 12d Model users.

The theme for our fourth Conference is ‘Bringing it all together’ which follows on from our previous themes: 

  • ‘12d Closes the Loop’ (2005)
  • ‘Taming the Electronic Model’ (2007)
  • ‘Banishing the Drafting Demon’ (2010).

and also encapsulates 12d Model 10 as the platform to cover all areas of Civil Engineering, GIS and Surveying.

The ever popular Birds of a Feather, where we break into three technical streams - Design, Surveying and Drainage/Water - will be packed with detailed presentations on using the new features in 12d Model 10, making this a fantastic opportunity for all 12d Model users to up-skill.

The Industry and 12d booths will again be present with staff and equipment on hand to demonstrate and answer questions on all areas of 12d Model.

There will be a variety of User papers on interesting 12d Model projects and techniques. This is your chance to see how other groups, large and small, are using 12d Model.

Our Welcome Event and Conference Dinner are good opportunities to socialise and network with other 12d users, developers, trainers, support and sales staff.

Accommodation - block bookings are again being run by OzAccom - email conference@12d.com for further information.

Visit www.12d.com/aus/conference for more information on this exciting upcoming event and to register online.

Note: Conference sponsorship opportunities are still available at a reasonable price. Please contact us at conference@12d.com for more details.