Bluebeam Takes on the Mile High City for AIA 2013

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We’ve just returned from one of Bluebeam’s biggest trade shows of the year – AIA! This year, the festivities took place in Denver – a fitting city given its eclectic mix of architecture. Team Bluebeam was out in full force. Revu 11 was a big hit on the expo floor. Many attendees were wowed by Revu 11’s new AutoMark technology, 3D PDF enhancements, Revu iPad and Bluebeam Studio’s real-time collaboration functionality. Attendees even had a chance to see a prototype of Panasonic’s 4K tablet in our booth!

In addition to showing off Revu during the show, Bluebeam also mingled at various events throughout the city, and we even picked up a few awards, too. Here are some photos to recap our nearly weeklong adventure in the Mile High City:

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Wednesday evening before the Expo Hall opened, we headed to Hanley Wood’s AIA Kickoff Party to celebrate.

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Not long after the show floor opened, attendees starting coming by to see what’s new in Revu.

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Our friends from Panasonic joined us to share a prototype of their 4K tablet. The resolution is amazing!

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It wasn’t long before the Bluebeam booth was the place to be.

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Our video wall is always a huge hit! It plays short tutorials showing how Revu digitizes common workflows.

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Bluebeam t-shirts are always a trade show favorite! Can you guess what this shirt spells in binary?

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Celebrating a great show with our friends from BD+C Magazine

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In addition to a great AIA, Bluebeam won two Excellence in Advertising Awards from Architectural Record Magazine. Our print and digital ads were selected by a panel of esteemed architects.

What was your favorite part of AIA? Let us know!

-Karen

 

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