Elizabeth Kavanagh, Head of Research and Innovation, and Andrew Kingdon, Associate Architect, will be speaking at this year’s Digital Construction Week conference in London, 26 – 27 October.
The conference welcomes an international line-up of the inspirational speakers and innovative thinkers from the digital construction industry, exploring the impact of technology and innovation both current and future.
It is the only conference and exhibition focused solely on industry transformation through innovation and technology, welcoming thousands of architecture, construction, engineering and operations professionals.
Elizabeth will be in the BIM Village presenting ‘Behaviours for Collaboration; the People and the Process, strategies to engage your workforce’ at 11am, 26th October.
It is often quoted that BIM is 90% people and 10% process, and with predictions that the next phase of BIM development will focus towards human interactions, this session will discuss how to get the 90% right.
She will then speaking at the main conference on the panel of the ‘Strategies for Innovation’ talk at 12.30pm, 26th October.
The panel will discuss innovation and collaboration; what these terms mean in reality, how to measure their value, and how to engage both the workforce and supply chain, giving real examples from her experience at Stride Treglown.
Andrew will be talking at the ‘Digital in Action Theatre’ at 2pm on 26th October, with ‘Virtual Reality: A Case Study in Consultation, Engagement and Collaboration‘.
The talk will give a real example of how Stride Treglown are developing virtual reality applications to engage clients, inform the design process and inspire end users, using the Faculty of Business and Law at the University of the West of England as an example. Elizabeth will join this discussion, alongside Scott Grant of Solius (visualisers), and Marianne Read (project client at UWE).
We hope you can join us at the conference, so please book your tickets here.