Third speaker confirmed for Construction tech summit

By Andy Brown21 February 2022

Frank Weiss, Senior Director, New Products, BIM and Innovation, Oracle

It has been announced that Frank Weiss, Senior Director, New Products, BIM and Innovation at Oracle Construction and Engineering, will be speaking at KHL’s Construction Technology summit on April 21.

Before joining Oracle Construction and Engineering in 2018 he was the Co-Founder of Conject, a company for project collaboration in construction, founded in Munich in 2000. While at Conject he opened numerous international offices, but has always remained faithful to his passion for product management. As an experienced entrepreneur, he is known for his focus on IT and Software as a service (SaaS) for the construction industry.

Weiss represents Oracle as a Strategic Advisory Council Member at buildingSMART International, and has launched several standardisation initiatives such as DIN Spec 91391 and openCDE APIs. Currently he focuses on CDE, Digital Twins, Smart Cities, GIS, Integration and others.

The free to attend event, taking place at 4.00pm Brussels time on April 21, will examine digital construction in the real world and how contractors can practically digitise their workflows.

Two other speakers have already been announced – Paul Surin, global engineering, construction, operations and BIM segment lead with IBM and Dr Marzia Bolpagni, Head of BIM International at Mace.

For more information about the event click here.

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