25 October in Paris –  will you be there?

We’re quickly approaching the day of the Bricsys 2017 Conference. We’ll take over the Carrousel du Louvre in Paris in just one week! We’re planning an entire day of information and entertainment: keynote sessions, application demonstrations, catered French cuisine, and an amazing after party. What better place to discover the future of .dwg than Paris in the autumn?

The Bricsys conference timetable is live!

View the schedule

In the morning, we’ll start by showing you what’s new in BricsCAD V18. Next, we’ll explore the new mechanical design functionality in BricsCAD Platinum and sheet metal. Then, Peter van der Weijde of Hexagon PPM will talk about why their CADWorx application runs so well on BricsCAD.

Enjoy your lunch while visiting the application developer booths. This is a great chance to learn why they choose BricsCAD and how their software can help streamline your work. After the break, you’ll explore the Bricsys design-centric approach to BIM. You’ll see the wealth of intelligent features in the latest version of BricsCAD BIM. We’ll close the day with a look to the future. In the evening, come and join us for a walking dinner and a grand after party.

These application developers are showcasing their software

  • Aplitop S.L
  • CGS Labs d.o.o.
  • Civil Survey Solutions
  • DesignSense Software Technologies Pvt. Ltd.
  • Esain srl
  • Fidesys LLC
  • Hexagon PPM
  • “In axis’ Ltd.
  • Julius Blum GmbH
  • Open Design Alliance
  • Parabuild
  • Pictored Ltd.
  • Rösberg Engineering
  • Transoft Solutions
  • SDProget Industrial Software Srl
  • Softelec gmbh
  • Steel&Graphics srl
  • Team System

We’d love to have you join us as we present the future of dwg at the Bricsys conference. Come and learn about BricsCAD V18 and our plans for mechanical design, Building Information Modeling and web-based collaboration. Attend the conference and spend a few extra days in the City of Light. Remember, there is no place like Paris in the fall!

Tickets are available at €150 – book your admission tickets today.