DCW calls for views on latest digital construction trends
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Entries for the Digital Construction Week ‘call for papers’ – ideas about digital trends in the industry to share at the event – close on Thursday 12 April.
This year’s show, on 17 to 18 October, will host a thought leadership conference and five seminar theatres focused on some of the key digital construction trends, including: BIM, geospatial, visualisation, business transformation, and industry 4.0.
DCW director and curator of the show content programme, Ollie Hughes said “We’ve had an excellent response so far this year, and hope that in this final week we can bring in even more insightful presentation ideas to help us offer another cutting edge content programme to this year’s visitors.”
He added “The call-for-papers process not only allows us to crowdsource content from far and wide across the industry, it also provides an opportunity for anyone with an innovative idea, case study, research project, or good practice example to stand up and share it with thousands of their peers. We want content that will generate debate and discussion, and provide visitors with information they can take back into their organisation and share with colleagues and clients.”
If you’ve got insight to share and would like to submit a paper at Digital Construction Week 2018, visit the event website.