Futureworx 2022 website goes live

By Louise Carney19 January 2022

FutureWorx concept image

The organisors of FutureWorx 2022 in the UK have announced the launch of the technology event’s new official website.

The ‘future technology’ event, which is being delivered by the CEA (Construction Equipment Association) - the hosts of the PlantWorx construction exhibition - is currently set to take place on 30th and 31st March 2022 at the East of England Arena, Peterborough*.

It will bring together industry professionals keen to find out what is in the pipeline of ideas and technology which will shape tomorrow’s construction equipment experience.

Visitors to the FutureWorx website can now view exhibitor opportunities and reserve tickets for the two-day event, which will showcase what the construction site of the future will look like.

Embracing immersive technologies and exploring cutting edge innovations and the power of data, the first event - which counts HS2 and National Highways among its major contributors - will focus on three themes that present key challenges and opportunities for the construction industry.

These include decarbonisation, data and the human interface with automation, autonomy and artificial intelligence.

Visitors to the event can expect to see major construction project leaders, key contractors and plant hire companies, plus the latest new machines, componentry and solutions being geared up to meet the future.

To find out more about the event and conference programme or to register your interest as an exhibitor, visit: https://futureworx.uk/

*Subject to change, due to Covid restrictions.

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