More than 250 professionals will attend the 4th edition of the Technological Innovation in Construction and Machinery Congress on 26th and 27th May
The construction sector is undergoing a profound transformation throughout its value chain with the aim of modernising, adapting to the technological trends of the 21st century and positioning itself on a par with the most technological sectors in the country and aligning itself with the objectives of the European Green Pact. The two main vectors that will govern this process of change are the digital transformation and the green transition: digital transformation and the integration of emerging digital technologies.
On the other hand, to meet the challenge of combating climate change and environmental degradation, a roadmap has been defined for the transition towards a sustainable, climate-neutral and resource-efficient model. In this ecological transition, technology and digitalisation will also play a key role. Machinery, because of its leading role in construction processes, is no stranger to the dual ecological and digital transition towards which the world is heading. The natural evolution of construction machinery in the coming years will focus on the development of autonomous, cognitive and environmentally friendly capabilities through innovation and technological development.
It is in the midst of this technological revolution that 2018 construyes! is born, a congress promoted and organised annually by ANMOPYC, ITAINNOVA and PTEC, with the close collaboration of CNC and SEOPAN. After dedicating the first three editions of the congress to digital transformation, it has been decided to address in 2021 the challenge of the ecological transition faced by the construction sector in 2021. Under this premise, the 4th edition of the leading congress in the field of technological innovation in construction and building will be broadcast via streaming on 26 and 27 May 2021. The theme chosen for this new edition “The ecological transition in the construction sector” has a lot to do with the changes in which the construction sector is immersed in order to avoid climate change and environmental degradation. The topics will focus on the circular economy, energy transition, decarbonisation of construction sites, climate neutrality, resilience of infrastructures to climate change, electrification of machinery, new propulsion systems based on clean energy and digitalisation.
The programme will consist of four blocks of thematic sessions (keynote speeches, round tables, master classes, industry perspective panels) in which more than 40 prestigious professionals will share their strategic vision, knowledge and experience on the latest technological advances in this green and digital transition and the trends that will have the most significant impact on the construction sector in the coming years.
More information and registration here.