October 26, 2020
LET US INTRODUCE YOU TO OUR THIRD PANEL DISCUSSION!
Today we will would like to share with you more details about our Discussion Panel 3: How can digitalisation support the sustainable transition of the built environment – value chain perspective?
The built environment is reported to be the sector that is least developed regarding digitalisation; only agriculture and hunting are further behind. As a result, consequences of a very rapid digitalisation are not understood today. What is clear is that it will heavily affect the way we plan, construct, and maintain the buildings and the infrastructures of tomorrow. There are high hopes on the cost-reduction and resource-efficiency gain potential, but there are many branches that feel the breath of distinction too.
Considering the above, the questions that the panel will answer are:
Can the digitalisation of the built environment be a game changer for the sector? Where can be the biggest impact be achieved?
What is hindering the digitalisation of the built environment? How can individual value chain actors overcome these?
How do the panelists see their role in applying/driving the digitalisation forward? How can collaboration along the value chain be improved?
The following panelists will be joining us for the discussion:
Ulf Däversjö – Director of Innovation and Sustainable Development at Akademiska Hus.
Matt Keen – Senior Construction Industry Strategist | EMEA at AUTODESK.
Richard Clement – Deputy General Manager of the “Smart Construction Department” at KOMATSU.
Elise Grosse – Head of Sustainability at Sweco Real Estate and Construction
We will discuss the opportunities and challenges for the digitalisation of the built environment from a value chain perspective. Furthermore, we hope for some conclusions on the benefits of digital planning, construction, and maintenance methods for the implementation of UN SDGs. And last, but not least, we would like to hear the speakers’ suggestions on what actions should be taken, in order to overcome the existing barriers to digitalisation in the built environment.
Save the date and join us on 3rd NOVEMBER to learn more!
We look forward to meeting you at BEYOND 2020 online conference.
/BEYOND 2020 Organising Committee