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About Digital Construction Week
Digital Construction Week is the only event series in the UK dedicated to innovation and technology in the built environment
We believe that the tools and processes now available have the power to change the future of the built environment and the world we live in. Our aim is to help you explore their potential and to understand how best to adopt and implement them to reduce costs and carbon emissions, improve profitability and efficiency, and create a smarter, more diverse industry.
The event series features a two day exhibition with interactive, hands-on demonstrations, free to attend seminars, workshops and classes. networking events, and a full two-day thought leadership conference programme.
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Innovation and technology is changing the face of the built environment from design all the way through to operation.
No matter what part of the industry you work in you'll have seen the increasing importance and impact of technologies & processes such as BIM, VR/AR, Automation & Robotics, IoT, Drones, UAV's, Big Data, and much more.
Digital Construction Week is aimed at helping make sense of these ideas. We provide practical CPD learning through an unrivalled seminar programme, which boasts thought leading content from key industry figures, an exciting interactive exhibition, and a look at what the future has in store for the industry.
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