The search has begun for BIM Show Live 2020 speakers

Call for Papers is now OPEN

We’re excited to open our call for papers for 2020 and invite the best in the business to take part and be considered for our 2020 speaker programme.

From digital twinning to smart technologies and AI, we want to hear about the creative application of new technologies, the ground breaking new ideas and the bright individuals making waves in the construction industry and beyond.

Submissions are being accepted until 24 October 2019 across four key content streams – Technology, Next Generation, People and Stories.

See the 2020 streams and enter below.

Technology

Are you applying today’s technology to your businesses and projects to achieve positive results? Are you staying ahead of the curve and making a real difference?

We want to hear about your application of innovation. What technologies you’re using, how and why they work and what they do to transform outcomes.

Stories

Which technologies have you trialled? What processes have you tested? Where have you achieved success and where have you failed?

We want to hear your real life stories. Tell us about your projects, what you did, how you did it and what you’ve learned.

People

Who is changing the industry? Which groups are making a difference? What amazing things have you achieved?

We want to hear about the processes you’ve adopted, the successful projects you’ve delivered and how you’re using technology to inspire others.

Next Generation

Are Digital Twins the future? Which advancements should the industry embrace? Do you have the next big idea?

We want to hear about the ideas that have the power to disrupt, to challenge what we do today, and the ones that excite.

Important Information

Here are a few things you need to know before submitting your paper:

  1. Proposal papers should be written in English.
  2. Make sure you have an awesome title that will make people want to come and hear what you have to say.
  3. Seminar sessions are all 45 minutes long. When planning your talk, ensure you have enough engaging content to keep your audience captivated for this length of time!
  4. Keep your proposal short yet meaningful. We’re not looking for a dissertation on your talk, more like a pitch of your idea – an outline of what, who, why and how, plus what’s the take-away for your audience.
  5. Consider pitching your proposal in a video – after all this is a tech conference!
  6. Tell us who you are, what you do, where you do it, and why you are the right person to speak about your chosen subject.

We can’t wait to see what you’ve got to share!

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