The Digital Construction Hub will hold practical workshops covering a range of topics, including BIM, digital twins, cybersecurity, the golden thread of information, big data, and artificial intelligence (AI).
Build in Digital will curate the content for the three-day programme, which will feature some of the best and brightest minds from across the industry.
Each workshop is designed to provide construction professionals with actionable information and best-practice insights on digital construction that can be easily integrated into their everyday work.
Joe Broun, managing director at Build in Digital, a UK Business Events company, said: “We are delighted to announce our role as content partners for UKCW’s Digital Construction Hub.
“As a collaborative community and publication for digital construction professionals, we are passionate about leveraging technology to bring about positive change.
“We look forward to delivering an exciting and informative programme that inspires construction professionals to take the next step on their digital journey.”
Siôn Geschwindt, editor at Build in Digital, added: “Digital technologies can help the construction sector build better, faster, and more sustainably.
“The Digital Construction Hub provides an expert-led three-day programme, exploring how to maximise the benefits of emerging technologies, while minimising risk.
“Our top-level speakers and interactive panel sessions will offer in-depth insights, case studies, and practical tools – delving deep into the world of digital construction.”
UK Construction Week (UKCW) is the country’s largest live show for the construction industry and all its related professions and trades.
Over 25,000 people will meet in London at the ExCeL centre between 3 and 5 May.
The event will feature 10,000 products, 300 expert speakers, 600 co-located shows, seven theatre stages, and multiple specialist hubs.
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