HOW IS DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY SHAPING THE DESIGN OF THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT
Progress Network London and South East hosts ‘Intelligent infrastructure: How is digital technology shaping the design of the built environment?’ on Wednesday 27 March at Max Fordham in London.
We will be joined by three industry experts to discuss how digital technology will shape the way we design our infrastructure and built-environment over the next decade. There will also be a discussion regarding the implications of smart energy grids, the real opportunities created by the internet of things and the benefits of ‘thinking’ buildings.
Our panellists for the event:
Dan Byles, Vice President and Head of Corporate Development at Living PlantIT. Dan is responsible for building and leading strategic corporate development, corporate level partnerships and alliances.
Edward Gill, Head of Press and Public Affairs for UK & European at Energy Networks Association. Energy Networks Association is the voice of the networks representing the ‘wires and pipes’ transmission and distribution network operators for gas and electricity in the UK.
Natalia Wojtowicz, Co-author of the BCO's latest guide to Smart Buildings: Fast and Slow Buildings: Responsiveness Through Technology and Design. Natalia is also an engineer and digital technology specialist based at Max Fordham's London office.
The event will be a great evening full of discussion and forward thinking.
As this is expected to be an extremely popular event, please book as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
Head of Corporate Development
Energy Networks Association
UK & European Head of Press and Public Affairs
Engineer and Digital Technology Specialist