APRIL 21, 2022

ONLINE CONFERENCE

9 am (USA: CST)  3 pm (UK: BST) 4 pm (EU: CET)

DIGITAL CONSTRUCTION IN THE REAL WORLD

How are contractors applying digital construction techniques on projects and what does it take to call yourself a digital contractor?

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HOW TO VIEW THE EVENT

 

Registered delegates for the event can view the platform and watch LIVE at: www.ct-virtual.com

 

You can access the platform anytime this week to view the agenda, speakers and exhibitor hub. Don’t miss your chance to join fellow delegates and our event sponsors from around the globe to network digitally. Participate fully in what promises to be a very informative and fun-filled event

 

1. Visit www.ct-virtual.com

2. Login using the same e-mail used for registration (the website will recognise your e-mail)

3. Set your password – (include upper and lower case and a special character)

4. Browse the event platform, before and during the event. Send messages to sponsors and peers and schedule any meetings you wish.

We advise that you familiarise yourself with the platform ahead of the event.

 

During each session of the event you will be able to ask questions to the speakers using the Q&A function next to the live feed on the right.

 

If you are unable to attend you will have the option to view on demand, simply log on the same way. Recordings of the event we also be available on www.khl.com

 

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DIGITAL CONSTRUCTION IN THE REAL WORLD

The second online Construction Technology Summit – organised by Construction Europe and International Construction magazines – will have industry experts looking at the following key areas:

 

•  Case studies: digital construction in practice

•  Digital technology as an aid to project preparation

•  Examples of successful BIM implementations

•  Connecting teams in construction

•  Digital technology you can adopt now

 

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THE CHANGING FACE OF CONSTRUCTION

The need for greater productivity, efficiency and sustainability is driving change in the construction industry which includes a dramatic uplift in the use of digital technology.

 

Market analyst McKinsey believes this technology has the potential to bring productivity gains for construction of up to 15%; the World Economic Forum predicts it could produce cost savings of up to $1.2 trillion.

 

Digital technology is no longer a ‘nice to have’ but has become a ‘must have’ for construction businesses looking to operate effectively in 2022 and beyond.

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CASE STUDIES

A recent survey carried out by Construction Technology asked what topics are most of interest to those in the industry – the most popular answers were case studies, project details, and machine control.

 

The upcoming Construction Technology Summit will address all of these, with contractors talking about how they have adopted technology, technology firms providing specific details about projects, and a look at how machine control is being utilised.

 

The survey also revealed that more than 70% of those involved in construction technology are planning to invest more in the sector in 2022 compared to 2021 – a clear indication of how the sector is growing.

 

 

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