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We are now seeking abstracts from individuals interested in speaking at RTC ANZ 2017. Note that this current call for abstracts is for the ANZ event only. If you have already submitted an abstract to the RTC Asia, North America or Europe event you are free to submit the same or a new abstract for this event also.

Online abstract submissions close on Friday 7 October 2016 (AEST 11:59pm).

Submitted abstracts will be reviewed by the RTC Committee. Abstracts will be approved on their merit, within the conference's time and resource constraints. Successful applicants will present in either a 75 minute session or a 75 or 150 minute lab (these time frames are a guide only and are subject to change until the program is finalised). Applicants should indicate the preferred length of their planned session. Sessions can take the form of labs, technical presentations, or facilitated forums. Case studies demonstrating innovative or well-developed practice are welcomed. Feedback suggests that our delegates are becoming more experienced with BIM tools and as such are seeking more advanced sessions. Therefore, submitted abstracts should be classified as (and suitable for) Intermediate, Advanced, Expert, Guru or All Levels (these levels are defined in the abstract submission site).

Business Strategy and Leadership
Coding, Content and Customisation
Construction and Fabrication
General (multi-discipline)
Operations and Maintenance
Simulation and Analysis