Speaker submissions for the 2022 edition of Digital Construction Week (DCW) are now being accepted. Europe’s leading innovation and technology event for the built environment returns to ExCeL London on 18-19 May 2022.
The free-to-attend show brings together thousands of visitors from across Architecture, Engineering, Construction, and Operations (AECO) for a showcase of the latest technology revolutionising the built environment. DCW features an exhibition of around 150 global companies and a speaker programme comprising more than 100 sessions over the two days.
Talks cover a range of topics at the forefront of digital construction, including digital twins, building information modelling (BIM), modular building, smart cities, DfMA, Internet of Things, robotics, cloud computing, AI, virtual and augmented reality, 3D modelling and much more.
Event director Ollie Hughes says: “This is your opportunity to share your expertise and help drive our industry forward. If you’re working at the cutting edge of construction and have knowledge to share, then we want to hear from you. Or if you’re just starting out in the field and can help others in the same position, we’d love you to share your insights.
“We’re looking for case studies, research projects, debates, workshops, live demos, how-to guides, examples of best practice, new technologies and new ideas. Multiple entries are allowed, so don’t be afraid to get creative with your submissions.”
The deadline for applications is Friday 25 February 2022 and they must be made through the website. Presentations are typically 25 minutes long and focus on education (no product pitches allowed).
Submissions should be made using the online application form here: www.digitalconstructionweek.com/call-for-speakers
DCW is an ideal opportunity for speakers to raise their profile and share their knowledge with an engaged and ready-to-learn audience looking to shape the future of the built environment.
The show appeals to a broad range of visitors from across the AECO and built environment industries, including: heads of innovation and R&D, Investors, heads of department and programme managers, digital construction managers & directors, digital engineers, digital practice managers, BIM managers & directors, ICT managers & directors, IT operations, visualisers, project managers, architects, contractors, engineers, surveyors, construction managers, building services, facilities & estate managers & directors, and clients and developers.
The team will review all applications after the deadline has closed. For more information about applying, take a look at the guidelines here.
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