Technology within the construction industry is rapidly evolving beyond traditional building methods, yet the process of implementing this tech can often appear complex or indeed costly. For the industry as a whole, digitisation is essential to help us build smarter and quicker to ultimately reduce costs and increase productivity.

Digital impact at Futurebuild has been created to impart knowledge onto industry professionals to help them better understand just what is “digital construction” and what purpose it serves. As an innovative workplace solutions provider, Keystone is ideally placed to help construction professionals navigate the future of digitisation in the built environment and help them to overcome industry challenges.

The event will revolve around two content stages; centre stage and impact stage, both carefully crafted to allow industry leading speakers like Keystone to prepare their audiences for the digital future, by exploring opportunities and also the implications of these rapidly advancing technologies and how to connect to a global digital ecosystem that is shaping the future of construction.

Way beyond Smart: How knowledge can transform the built environment, Digital Impact Stage

Join the Keystone founder, Gordon Mitchell tomorrow (3rd March) from 16:45 – 17:15 on the Digital Impact Stage. As well as being our chief evangelist of all things IoT in the workplace space, Gordon is Convenor of the ISO Working Group for Technology (ISO TC/267), Deputy Chair of the IWFM Technology SIG and CIO of the longest established FM Consultancy in the UK. Gordon will describe the journey that companies need to take to transform their buildings into critical enablers and how Keystone’s approach is uniquely powering this transformation. Keystone enables enterprise clients to transform their buildings into valuable strategic assets that contribute to achieving corporate objectives and make a positive global impact. Whether it’s the drive to carbon neutral, achieving the UN’s Strategic Development Goals or international standards (such as those championed by Gordon in his role with the ISO), or providing workplaces that attract, optimise and retain talented employees, join us for this talk to discover smarter ways of thinking.

After Gordon’s talk and for the duration of Futurebuild, expert Keystone colleagues will be available on stand C60 with our friends at arbnco, an innovative software solutions provider that empowers organisations to efficiently manage their energy consumption. To discuss your needs, come along to the stand or get in touch today to book an informal meeting.

If you haven’t already done so, register for Futurebuild here.