The Real Estate Standards Organization (RESO) is hosting its 2018 Spring Tech Summit April 24-26 in Denver, Colo., where more than 250 leaders in real estate technology will discuss data standards’ impact on the industry, as well as the next generation of standards.
“This year’s RESO Tech Summit is packed with case studies presented by companies who have demonstrated that RESO data standards are helping improve our industry and the bottom line for real estate brokerages and software developers in precise, measurable dollars,” says Jeremy Crawford, CEO of RESO.
Case studies will cover:
- The implementation of RESO’s Organizational Unique ID (OUID), with representatives discussing the benefits to Homes.com, ShowingTime, and T3
- How TRIBUS migrated to the RESO Data Dictionary, which reinvigorated its IDX platform and underlying product
- A look at the real-world implementation of RESO’s Universal Property Identification (UPI) by Austin brokerage Jovio
- A discussion on the implementation of RESO Data Dictionary standards through different paths, including leaders of California Regional MLS (CRMLS) and New England Real Estate Network (NEREN).
Highlights will also include presentations by the winners of RESO’s Innovation Competition, who will showcase their breakthrough ideas they built on top of a standardized RESO dataset provided to them by Austin Board of REALTORS®, CoreLogic, and RESO.
Other hot topics that will be covered include: “The Dark Side of AI, Machine Learning, and Neural Networks,” by industry consultant Eric Byrn; and “From to Meandered to Standard – Adventures in Gradual RETS Adoption,” by L.D. Salmanson, CEO, Cherre, Inc., reviewing how many in the industry—who are still entrenched in legacy schemas and frameworks—can get where they need to be. Targeted to software developers, a session also will reveal both the RESO Web API Open Source PHP Reference Client and W&R Studios Web API Ruby Gem Reference Client.
The RESO Spring Tech Summit is nearing a sellout, as the conference is limited to just over 250 people. Registration before April 11 is just $350 for RESO members and $450 for non-members, and includes three breakfasts and two lunches. Registrants also have access to a number of hosted receptions, including a Colorado Rockies MLB game.
For those seeking more in-depth technical experience, on April 26, the Tech Summit concludes with a special event, which is also offered as a standalone, separate ticketed event. Intel Corporation’s Sergey Ermolin will host a four-part workshop, “Diving Into Deep Learning,” from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Included as part of the RESO Tech Summit, a one-day pass also is available for $99, with details available at www.reso.org/diving-into-deep-learning.
Major RESO Tech Summit Sponsors include realtor.com®, Auth0, CoreLogic, Zillow Group, ShowingTime, REColorado, RPR, dynaConnections, Flexmls created by FBS, CRS Data and Homes.com.
For more information or to register, please visit www.reso.org/spring-mtg.
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