02-04 March 2021 / ExCeL, London
Tue & Wed 10:00 – 18:00, Thu 10:00 – 16:00

Event News & Product Innovators

Event News & Product Innovators

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  • Thought-provoking sessions from across Futurebuild 2020 is now available on Futurebuild Now. In collaboration with ACO and hosted on the Colab platform, visitors are able to view all the sessions from the Arena programme and six Keynote Stages OnDemand.

  • Futurebuild 2020 came to a close today with a powerful call for industry to work together in order to tackle the climate emergency. On day three (05 March) the Arena stage was handed over to young people who are at the forefront of the demand for urgent action.
  • Day two (04 March) of Futurebuild 2020 drew to a close with Rype Office being declared the overall winner of the Big Innovation Pitch. Delivered in partnership with BRE, the competition is industry’s largest callout for innovation to date.
  • Futurebuild 2020 opened its doors today with a clear mission, to tackle the biggest challenges facing the industry head on.
  • With the doors of Futurebuild 2020 opening tomorrow, the time for talking is over. The event which takes place at ExCeL London from 03-05 March will unite industry through a common purpose – to find tangible solutions to the biggest issues facing the built environment.
  • There’s no question that young people have been instrumental in driving change when it comes to tackling the climate and ecological emergency. It will be no different at Futurebuild 2020.
  • Futurebuild has recently announced that the UKRI (UK Research and Innovation) Transforming Construction Challenge (TCC) partners will be joining forces as Lead Innovation Partner at the upcoming 2020 event.
  • Island communities exemplify the importance of understanding the interdependencies of systems when exploring options for new energy solutions.
  • The construction industry is entering a period of major disruption caused by new technologies such as Blockchain, the Internet of Things (IoT), Virtual Environments (VE), Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (AI), Building Information Modelling (BIM) and Automation.
  • While many are still grappling with the realities of BIM, others in the industry are already incorporating mixed reality, algorithmic design and generative design into their workflows.
  • Changing the perception and mentality of engineering and building professionals, working for a leading Tier 1 in the UK, was initially a difficult proposition.
  • As the new decade kicks into gear, those of us who were in the construction industry at the start of the previous decade can see how far we’ve come in some areas and how little has changed in others

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