Call for Speakers now OPEN!
The Future Infrastructure Summit is an industry focused event where digital best practice and process meet. Building on the success of the 2018 & 2019 Summits, the 2021 Summit is to be held in Brisbane on Wednesday 27th October, .
Our goal for the Future Infrastructure Summit is an industry focused, day long event short on sales and big on industry case studies and real-world application of Lean, BIM and GIS in Australia and around the world.
We are looking for experts in the application of the above areas within the Australian infrastructure and construction sectors to present 18 min TED style presentations in main sessions, sit on industry panels, or possibly present workshops in the breakout areas.
A series of training sessions are also planned for the following day and we’re calling for expressions of interest from third party organisations and individuals to offer and deliver training sessions in the above.
Please indicate below whether you wish to be contacted about being a speaker/panellist/trainer in any of the 2019 sessions.
The deadline for abstract submission is at 5pm, Wednesday 30th June 2021 Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST).
Abstracts will be reviewed by the Future Infrastructure Summit committee and presenters will be notified by the 23rd July 2021. The event will be held 3 months later on Wednesday 20th October 2021 in Brisbane.
Please complete the form below to be considered to take part at the Future Infrastructure Summit. Please note that all fields are required.
Whilst we are open to a wide range of topics, we’re particularly interested in industry focused talks and training sessions within the spectrum of:
- Implementations of Lean Construction systems in Australia, Last Planner, 5S, Kaizen, etc.
- Collaborative Contracting (in particular, IPD)
- Using technology or process improvement to increase productivity
- Industry case studies of Lean, GIS or BIM implementations
- Benefits and challenges of open data exchange & using IFC
- Digital Twins & Reality Capture