Then Be2camp North is the event for you.
Following on from the world’s first Web 2.0 construction event, in London in October 2008, Be2camp North in Liverpool on 15 May brings together people interested in how Web 2.0 can help industry professionals create a more sustainable built environment. From using social media for marketing to GIS, BIM and virtual worlds, Be2camp will stimulate and challenge how you use the web. Find out more at http://www.be2camp.comJust looking at the potential scope and range of topics for the up coming be2camp north event in Liverpool on the 15th May.
The topics and themes for the day are shaping up as follows? Where else will you be able to get the following for ‘free’ ?
Ada Lovelace Day – Women and technology (Suw Charman-Anderson – via Skype)
- Geographical information and urban design (Rollo Home)
- Earth Exchange, map mashups for construction (Alex Albon)
- Geo-caching – talk and game (Martin Brown and others)
Second Life + other Virtual Worlds
- Wikitecture – a Second life view from USA (Keystone Bouchard)
- Pivote – Second Life emergency training (Dave @ Daden)
- Maybe a Second Life contribution from Leeds? (Angrybeth)
- SL Pennine Lancs (elevate) visualisation (Jeff Smithson)
- Sustainability Now 2009: lessons from the latest virtual exhibition (Phil Clark / UBM?).
- Arduino session (Amon Katz)
- The internet of things – Adrian McEwen
- from BIM to FIM: Facilities Information Management (Steve Forshaw)
- BIM and social media (Rob Annable)
- Web 2.0 and construction PR and marketing (Paul Wilkinson)
- Social media guide for AEC people: out of beta (Pam Broviak)
- Online communities: the Constructing Excellence collaborative working champions (Martin Brown / Paul Wilkinson)
- Bazaart: Street art and urban design (Daniel Gilbert)
- Possible Passiv Haus link with San Fransisco
- CWC recession survival guide launch?
- Kalexo: new levels of interaction in construction collaboration (TBC – possibly input from California)
What would you like to see? Please use the be2camp discussion forums feature to:
- volunteer to speak on an existing topic/idea
- suggest additional or alternative speakers
- suggest additional or alternative topics
- nominate speakers where nobody is currently listed
- volunteer a presentation, a story or anecdote of your own
The Be2camp concept started as a Twitter conversation between Martin Brown and Paul Wilkinson, following Martin’s attendance at Barcamp-type events, suggesting we do ‘something’ for the (UK) built environment. This discussion was picked by Jodie Miners in Australia, through Twitter, and through conversations within Second Life with Pam Broviakfrom Illinois, USA. The timing of Be2camp 2008 was fixed to coincide with Jodie’s visit to the UK, while Pam helped coordinate Be2camp’s Second Life activities. So now you know who to contact, praise or blame!