February 23, 2017
Originally developed at Google, Flux is a data-rich, collaborative platform for teams of architects and engineers designing buildings and cities. Flux provides a way to share real time data between AEC software applications. More information to follow.
Date & Time: Thu, Feb 23, 2017; 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM PST
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About the Instructor:
Brian Ringley is a platform specialist on the Global Design Technology Team at Woods Bagot, where he leads efforts on computational workflows for model interoperability, environmental analysis, geometric rationalization, and architectural fabrication. Brian provides platform training, bespoke toolsets, and intensive support for Woods Bagot's globally significant projects. He has taught at the University of Cincinnati, the City University of New York, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and the AA Visiting School, and currently teaches courses on data-driven design, workflow convergence, and robotic automation at Pratt Institute's Graduate Architecture and Urban Design (GAUD) program. Prior to Woods Bagot, he worked for R&Sie(n), Dellekamp Arquitectos, and Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates. Brian is an Authorized Rhino Trainer and, together with Zach Downey of FC Modular, runs the design technology education website and podcast Designalyze.
Flux was founded in 2012 with the ambitious goal of addressing two challenges facing the global building industry: demand for housing driven by urbanization and achieving sustainability driven by climate change. The Flux cloud-based collaboration service helps architects, engineers, and contractors to quickly exchange data, streamline complex design workflows, and ultimately work better together to meet the urgent need for affordable buildings. To learn more, visit https://flux.io.
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