Digital Construction Week (DCW) is just around the corner and we’re excited to be a part of it, at ExCel London from October 16th - 17th, 2019. Come and visit us at Stand D10, and enjoy 2 full days of seminars, classes, and more! (the Drone Racing competition comes to mind..)
Make sure to register before October 16th to access your free exhibition and seminar pass! Visit here to register and view more ticket options.
We’re also pleased to announce that on October 17th, from 11:30-12:00 Duncan Roberts from Frank Shaw Associates will be at the BIM Workshops theatre with his presentation “Issue tracking, it’s Elementary! Coordination workflow on Wootton Park School” giving a deep look into the coordination workflows across all phases and parties, while using BIM Track on the 16 million GBP Wootton Park School project in Northampton.
Figure 1.0 The DCW hexagon shows its 6 main areas of focus
What are the programs at the event?
In addition to the exhibition, there are 10 programs each with their own dedicated spaces for the two full days from 16-17 october. Read below for brief descriptions:
- BIM Village - Centered around the benefits of and strategies to better adopt and implement BIM.
- BIM Workshops - Classes focused on the technical and practical aspects of BIM execution and BIM Level 2 delivery. Don’t forget to attend Duncan Roberts’ Issue tracking, it’s Elementary!
- Construction Innovation Hub - Workshops and classes given by the The Construction Innovation Hub , a partnership between the Building Research Establishment (BRE), the Centre for Digital Built Britain (CDBB) at Cambridge University, and the Manufacturing Technology Center (MTC)
- Geospatial Theatre - Explores the latest trends in geospatial technology and GIS, with live demos and interactive exhibits.
- Onsite arena - A dedicated space for exhibitors to showcase their on-the-field technologies.
- The Innovation Stage - Featuring some of the most cutting-edge technological advances in construction and engineering, with live demos and installations in robotics, additive manufacturing, UAV construction, wearable technology and much more.
- Skills Hub - in partnership with the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) featuring speed networking sessions, seminars and workshops.
- Transformation Hub - Focusing on the business aspect of BIM transformation, and tech such as AI, blockchain, cloud and more.
- Visualisation Theatre - explore the application of 3D Modelling, Mapping, and Rendering, Virtual, Augmented, and Mixed Reality with interactive demos.
- Tech Stage - Quickfire sessions including a series of demos, workshops, how-to guides and more.