BIM Show Live 2019 is set to revolutionise the technical delivery of BIM
BIM Show Live is the UK’s original BIM conference and for 2019 the show is set to once again impress with its unique mix of edgy technical content and industry speakers who are passionate about the future of digital construction.
BIM Show Live not only brings digital construction content to life but it is leading the way in revolutionising the technological delivery of BIM and attracts some of the world’s greatest BIM leaders and pioneering thinkers.
The show will be held in Newcastle upon Tyne on Wednesday 27 and Thursday 28 February 2019. This two-day show is unlike your typical construction conference, it’s designed to educate, inspire and inform, as well as providing its delegates with real examples of BIM delivery and how this can be applied to their own projects, allowing their organisations to maximise their BIM potential.
Rob Charlton, CEO of Space Group and co-founder of BIM Show Live, talks about what makes the show unmissable; “At BIM Show Live we provide a platform for the global BIM community to showcase digital innovation, and it’s this innovation which is powering the use of BIM on construction projects.
“BIM Show Live is a gathering place for all those who thrive on technology, it serves as a proving ground for breakthrough technologies – where next-generation innovations are introduced to the marketplace.
“Staying true to form, and because we love all things tech, for 2019 we’re going bigger than before. We all know that BIM is about the importance of data, but it’s how we use this data to drive building intelligence which is the key to future-proofing our urban landscapes.”
For 2019, the content streams will be changing to allow for more real-projects to be shared, giving a blend of how the theories of BIM are applied in real-time and on physical assets as well as virtual ones.
The content streams will cover; Technology, Stories, People and Next Generation. Allowing for talks, discussion and demonstrations of the digital tools we are using today and looking ahead to the technologies of tomorrow.
As in previous years, a “call for papers” will be used to seek out the show’s impressive speaker line up, which will compliment a set of Keynote speakers over both days. Call for papers will be open from Thursday 6 September and close on Thursday 1 November, with the show programme being announced early December.