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Summit Paris

When

6.26.2019 at 8:00AM - 6.28.2019 at 5:00PM

Where

Hotel California, Paris, France

Thrive in a global economy

At Summit Paris, learn how innovations like AI, robotics and smart buildings are continuously changing 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. 

Venue Details | June 26-28

Hôtel California |  16 Rue de Berri 75008 Paris, France


Wednesday, June 26

BuiltWorlds Analyst Luncheon: 12:00 –1:30 pm
Location: Hotel California, San Francisco I Room
All members and sponsors are invited to join us at our Exclusives Analyst Luncheon

CEMEX Ventures Workshop: 2:00 – 3:30 pm
Location: Hotel California, San Diego Room

Topic: Digitalization gap vs productivity gap in the construction industry
In the last few months, lots of startups and tech-based solutions have appeared in the Contech ecosystem aiming to solve industry pain points. Digitalization flow has brought different benefits, such as time savings. However, productivity still remains as a huge pain point, since there have not been radical changes. How has digitalization not disrupted the industry yet?


Welcome Reception: 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Location: Hotel California, Table Cygne

Come help us kick off BuiltWorlds’ first European Summit in style! Eat, drink, and network with the BuiltWorlds team, Summit Paris’ speakers & panelists, and attendees.


Demo Night Competition & Dinner: 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

*Demos begin at 8PM
Location: The Pullman Hotel (22 Rue Jean Rey, 75015 Paris, France)

BuiltWorlds has many opportunities to hear from some of the industry’s leading technology startups. Our Demo Day’s provide the opportunity for startups to present their game-changing solutions to actual investors interested in built world technology across categories like ConstrucTech, PropTech, Smart City Tech, and FinTech.

Companies: 

  • Buildrz
  • KANDU
  • Plan Reforma
  • XtreeE

Judges:

  • Jay Snyder, FMI
  • Robin Rivaton, Real Estate Tech
  • David Bowcott, AON
  • Elisabeth Hartley, WeWork
  • Chris Stephenson, Concrete VC
  • Laurent Dumas-Crouzillac, CapHorn Invest
  • Gonzalo Galindo, CEMEX Ventures


Thursday, June 27

Location: San Francisco II
Programming and Panels: 8:30 am – 3:30 pm

Friday, June 28

Location: San Francisco II
Programming and Panels: 8:30 am – 12:40 pm

Speakers

Pedro Lopes

I&K coordinator, Grupo Casais

Julien Bourcerie

Head of Open-innovation, Bouygues Construction

Julien Daclin

Digital & Sustainability Director, Jones Lang-LaSalle (JLL)

Darren Bechtel

Founder & Managing Director, Brick & Mortar Ventures

Gonzalo Galindo

President, CEMEX Ventures

Rani Saad

Managing Partner, Foundamental

David Vauthrin

Co-founder & CMO, FINALCAD

Shrikant Sharma

Director, Smart Space, BuroHappold

James Roche

CEO, Helix

Jesus Maria Perucho Alcalde

Associate -Digital Delivery Information Manager, Bryden Wood

Daniel Gmeiner

Head of BIM Competence Center, Hilti

Vidur Gupta

CEO, Beekin

Dev Amratia

CEO, nPlan

Havard Haukeland

Founder & CEO, Spacemaker AI

Tim Ensor

AI Commercial Director, Cambridge Consultants

Erin Bradner

Director of Robotics, Autodesk

Aref Boualwan

Senior Manager Innovation & Startups Inclusion Program, Consolidated Contractors Company

Damian Farr

Europe Managing Director, DPR Construction

Julia Arlt

Global Digital Real Estate Leader, PwC

Patric Hellermann

Chief Venture Officer, HeidelbergCement

Thomas Goubau

Chief Commercial Officer and Co-Founder, LetsBuild

Meirav Oren

CEO & Co-Founder, Versatile Natures (VN)

Raphael Scheps

CEO, Converge

Dan Ringelstein

Director, Skidmore Owings & Merrill LLP (SOM)

Michael Evans

CEO, Cambridge Carbon Capture Ltd

Schedule

Wednesday, June 26 to Friday, June 28

Day 1 Schedule

12:00PM – 1:30PM
San Francisco I Room

Exclusives Analyst Luncheon

Members only

2:00PM – 3:30PM
San Diego Room

CEMEX Ventures Workshop: Digitalization gap vs Productivity gap: bringing tangible benefits to construction

In the last few months, lots of startups and tech-based solutions have appeared in the Contech ecosystem aiming to solve industry pain points. Digitalization flow has brought different benefits, such as time savings. However, productivity still remains as a huge pain point, since there have not been radical changes. Thus, why is not digitalization enough to disrupt the industry yet?

5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Table Cygne

Welcome Reception

7:30 pm
The Pullman Hotel (22 Rue Jean Rey, 75015 Paris, France)

Demo Night and State Dinner

To kick off Summit Paris, we'll be hosting a Demo Night with four of Europe's most exciting construction startups giving a panel of judges their pitch.

Featured Judges:
Jay Snyder, FMI
Robin Rivaton, Real Estate Tech
David Bowcott, AON
Elisabeth Hartley, WeWork
Chris Stephenson, Concrete VC 
Laurent Dumas-Crouzillac, CapHorn Invest
Gonzalo Galindo, CEMEX Ventures

Companies:
Buildrz
KANDU
Plan Reforma
XtreeE

Day 2 Schedule

8:30 am – 8:45 am
San Francisco II

Opening Remarks

Hear from our Co-founder Matt Gray and feast your eyes upon the Vlog from the 2018 BuiltWorlds European Road Trip

8:45 am – 9:15 am

Keynote: The Future of ConTech Might Be Unreasonably Shakey

Julien Bourcerie, Head of Open-innovation, Bouygues Construction

Construction Tech is a world of opportunities and maybe the worst playground for startups. How do ConTech startups reaching a market almost impenetrable? How do contractors behave in front of that? The future of startup/contractor relationship will offer new challenges, then face it before it happens.

9:20 am – 9:50 am

Panel: Venture Funds and the Built World

Gonzalo Galindo, Head of CEMEX Ventures, CEMEX Ventures | Rani Saad, Managing Partner, Foundamental | Guillaume Bazouin, Head of Startups and Open Innovation, VINCI

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.

10:00 am – 10:30 am
Table Cynge

Break and Breakfast

10:50 am – 11:20 am

Keynote: Building Tech

David Vauthrin, Co-Founder & CEO, FINALCAD

11:25 am – 11:55 am

Panel: Innovations in Building Technology

Jamie Roche, CEO, Helix | Shrikant Sharma, Head of Smart Space, Buro Happold Engineering | Julien Daclin, Digital & Sustainability Director, JLL

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. Today, buildings are collecting all sorts of data, which owners and tenants can leverage to improve the overall performance of the building over its entire lifecycle. On this panel, we will examine how this data is collected and can be utilized effectively.

12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

Lunch

1:15 pm – 1:45 pm

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.

1:50 pm – 2:10 pm

Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence

Vidur Gupta, Founder & CEO, Beekin | Dev Amratia, Co-Founder & CEO, nPlan | Håvard Haukeland, Founder & CEO, Spacemaker AI | Tim Ensor, AI Commercial Director, Cambridge Consultants

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.

2:15 pm – 2:45 pm

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.

2:50 pm – 3:20 pm

Keynote: Aref Boualwan

Aref Boualwan, Manager MIS & Business Process Re-Engineering, CCC

5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Networking Reception & Dinner

Day 3 Schedule

9:00 am – 9:15 am

Open Remarks

Matt Gray, BuiltWorlds

9:20 am – 9:50 am
San Francisco II

Panel: Future of Construction and Development

Damian Farr, Europe Managing Director, DPR Construction | Julia Arlt, Global Digital Real Estate leader, PWC | Pedro Lopes, I&K Coordinator, 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.

9:55 am – 10:20 am

The Connected Jobsite

Patric Hellermann, Chief Venture Officer, HeidelbergCement | Thomas Goubau, Chief Commercial Officer and Co-Founder, LetsBuild (fka GenieBelt) | Meirav Oren, CEO & Co-Founder, Versatile Natures | Raphael Scheps, Co-Founder & CEO, Converge

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.

10:20 am- 10:50 am

Break

10:55 am – 11:20 am

Toward Truly Smarter Cities

Daniel Ringelstein, Director of Urban Design and Planning, SOM | Michael Evans, CEO, Cambridge Carbon Capture

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.

11:25 am – 12:00 pm

Group Led Discussion

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Restaurant le cadre d’or

Lunch

Purchase Tickets

Non-Members | $3,000
Standard, Enterprise, & Strategic Members | $1,500

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FAQs

How do I get tickets?

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What's included in the ticket?

Access to all sessions at the conference.
Continental breakfast, lunch, and all-day refreshments.
Participation in BuiltWorlds Research-led breakout sessions.
Access to available white papers, speaker presentations (per speaker consent) and event attendee portal (members only).

What do I do if I can't attend?

Full refunds are offered up to 60 days prior to the event. Alternately, you may transfer the ticket to another member of your company. To do so, please email events@builtworlds.com. For more information on our event and ticket policies, visit Terms and Conditions

Where should I stay?

All parts of the BuiltWorlds Summit Europe will take place at the Hotel California Champs Elysees. If you want to be near all the action, you can find a room there in our discounted room block!

How do I book a discounted room?

The Hotel California is offering a limited rate for single rooms (€ 310 / $ 355) and doublle rooms (€ 330 / $ 380). Cutoff date for special rates is Tuesday, April 30, 2019. To book a room, please complete and send this form to doreen.hatier@hotel-california-paris.com

Which airport should I fly into?

The Charles de Gaulle Airport will be the best option for this event.

How do I access the event?

Proceed through the hotel lobby and check in with BuiltWorlds staff.

Where can I get more questions answered?

We’re happy to help you! Please contact events@builtworlds.com for any and all questions!