When6.26.2019 at 8:00AM - 6.28.2019 at 5:00PM
Thrive in a global economy.
The world is becoming increasingly smaller. At Summit Paris, learn how innovations like AI, robotics and smart buildings are continuously changes the way we work, how venture funds are playing a large part in the construction world and much more. With information and technology increasingly connecting the world, every company, regardless of size and location, must understand the impact, opportunities and challenges of thinking globally.
Join us in Paris
Learn from world-class built industry leaders from Europe and the U.S.
Curate opportunities to engage with leaders from across the pond.
Stay ahead of your competition on crucial emerging technologies.
Gain key business insights from senior leaders who’ve been there.
More to be announced
Wednesday June 26 – Friday June 28
Day 1 Schedule
CEMEX Ventures Workshop
Exclusives Analyst Luncheon
Day 2 Schedule
Hear from our Co-founder Matt Gray and feast your eyes upon the Vlog from the 2018 BuiltWorlds European Road Trip
Julien Bourcerie, Head of Open-innovation, Bouygues Construction
Venture Funds and the Built World
Darren Bechtel, Founder & Managing Director, Brick & Mortar Ventures | Gonzalo Galindo, Head of CEMEX Ventures, CEMEX Ventures | Rani Saad, Partner, Foundamental
Just ten years ago, there were two measly construction technology investments totaling $4.5 million. In 2018, we have breached the one billion invested dollars milestone. This panel will probe the investment strategies of AEC/RE investment funds and examine how new investments are changing our industry.
Keynote: Building Tech
David Vauthrin, Co-Founder & CEO, FINALCAD
Innovations in Building Technology
Jamie Roche, CEO, Helix | Shrikant Sharma, Head of Smart Space, BuroHappold Engineering
Sensor-enabled smart buildings that know when they need cleaning, heating or cooling. Buildings that harness rainwater, use less and recycle more. Resiliency buildings that withstand disaster. Sustainable buildings made completely from environmentally friendly materials.The features of Buildings 2.0 are incredible and promising, improving the environment, the longevity of the building, and the lifestyle of the end user. On this panel, we will examine the systems that are revolutionizing and autonomizing the way we manage buildings, explore cutting-edge building materials, and analyze inventive building designs
Panel: Future of Design
Jesus Perucho Alcalde, Digital Delivery Information Manager, BrydenWood | Daniel Gmeiner, Head of BIM Competence Center, Hilti Group
As projects become larger and more complex, architecture and engineering firms need to adapt to meet increased demands. The panel will examine how some of the most prominent firms in the world develop and retain a talented workforce, approach business development, and ensure they deliver the best services to their clients.
Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence
Vidur Gupta, Founder & CEO, Beekin | Dev Amratia, Co-Founder & CEO, nPlan | Håvard Haukeland, Founder & CEO, Spacemaker AI
Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning have historically been difficult to define. But their core, AI is broadly the concept of machines performing tasks in a “smart” way, while machine learning is a subsection of AI in which humans allow machines access to data in order for them to “learn” for themselves within a set of parameters. Panelists will explore the application of AI in construction.
Fireside Chat: Erin Bradner, Autodesk
Erin Bradner, Director of Robotics, Autodesk
Automation and robotics are no longer concepts of the future. They're here now. We'll sit down with Erin Bradner, Autodesk's Director of Robotics to talk about how these technologies affect the industry, and what they mean for prefabrication.
Keynote: Aref Boualwan
Aref Boualwan, Manager MIS & Business Process Re-Engineering, CCC
Networking & Reception
Day 3 Schedule
Future of Construction and Development
Damian Farr, Europe Managing Director, DPR Construction | Julia Arlt, Global Digital Real Estate leader, PWC | Antonio Carlos F Rodrigues, CEO, Grupo Casais
The tools we use to plan, execute, and collaborate on our projects are quickly evolving. From machine learning in scheduling, to wearables for safety monitoring, to project management systems, our projects are moving faster and costing less money to complete. On this panel, we will dive into the systems, techniques, and technologies that can help you more effectively plan, monitor, and oversee projects.
The Connected Jobsite
Patric Hellermann, Chief Venture Officer, HeidelbergCement
As projects become more complex, it becomes increasingly important to integrate different software tools and address discrepancies quickly to reduce project delays and cost overruns. During this conversation, panelists explore how integrated workflows enable one to easily assign discrepancies to team members. We will also explore how accurate measurements help bridge the physical and digital in order to deliver an instant ROI through specific case studies.
Toward Truly Smarter Cities
Daniel Ringelstein, Director of Urban Design and Planning, SOM
In recent years, master planning has become less about arriving at a complete solution that structures a city through various infrastructure components and more focused on developing flexible frameworks that can meet changing demands. As new urban technologies mature, it becomes possible to deploy them on increasingly broad scales and with growing effectiveness. This new approach helps cities become intelligent in order to meet the challenges of managing waste, water, energy, mobility, and infrastructure. At the same time, new technologies create new routes for financing large scale urban development projects. During this panel, we will explore how these approaches are being implemented in unique and potentially revolutionary projects.
Non-Members | $3,000
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