Digital Construction Week, in partnership with the Knowledge Transfer Network, has launched a search for the most innovative start-up technology and solutions providers in Europe.
The Digital Construction Week Start-Up Village will offer a handpicked group of the latest start-up companies a chance to exhibit at the show on 18- 19 October.
“We’re looking for the latest technologies and innovative new concepts with the potential to solve some of the industry’s biggest challenges,” said Luke Collings, co-founder and director of Digital Construction Week.
“Whether a new app or a technology just out of R&D or a new piece of software being released to the market, we want to showcase the companies that will help shape the industry over the next five to 10 years.”
This is the third year of the show, which will be held this year at London’s Excel.
The Start-Up Village will give a selection of companies the opportunity to present their innovative product or service to the key influencers in the AEC industries and help grow their network to influence and change the industry.
Those wishing to apply can do so online, winners will be announced in at the end of this month.
The show will also announce new DCW awards supported by some of the leading organisations in the built environment.
The awards will celebrate not just BIM but the much wider digital construction agenda and the work being done across the industry to support the digital transformation of the sector.
The event will be held on 18 May next year. More details will be available shortly.