Sometimes I get invitations for events that are just irrelevant to me. Other times I get invitations that sound brilliant. The latest, from Christopher Parsons at Knowledge Architecture (post), definitely falls into the latter category.
Knowledge Architecture will be hosting KA Connect 2010, a knowledge management conference for the architecture, engineering and construction industry on 8-9 April 2010. The only problem for me is that it will be in Chicago, so it is unlikely that I will be able to attend (anyone fancy sponsoring me to attend?), let alone speak. However, maybe some UK or European-based AEC collaboration vendors might take up the opportunity to share their experiences with and learn from their US counterparts.
I love the idea of 40 talks in two days all focused on knowledge management, integrated project delivery, BIM and collaboration in the AEC sector, and it also includes a Pecha Kucha session. For those unable to attend, I’m hoping Christopher manages to capture some of the highlights and share them online – or maybe one (or more) of the attendees will blog about or Twitter from the conference?