IFMA Belgium is the professional association representing over 6,000 facility management and facility service professionals. IFMA Belgium is one of the 134 Chapters of IFMA International, which brings together over 24,000 members from more than 105 countries around the world. Under its motto ‘Learn, Connect, Advance’, the association strives to serve as a centre of knowledge for its current and future members. It also wants to raise the profile of FM professionals both at company level and in the facilities industry as a whole.
Since 1952 the Belgian Road Research Centre (BRRC) has been at the service of all partners in the Belgian road branch, as an impartial research centre. Sustainable development through innovation is the vital lead for all the activities of BRRC
Orange Belgium is one of the leading telecommunications operators on the Belgian market.
On the corporate market, Orange provides mobile and fixed telephony as well as broadband internet. Positioned as an integrated communications operator, Orange proposes a wide portfolio of connectivity and mobility services, including offers that are built on big data and the Internet of Things (IoT).
Orange supports construction companies in their digital transformation and evolution towards the smart construction site thanks to solutions for optimal communication and data exchange and the Internet of Things.
Digital Construction Brussels (DCB) is a free event featuring a wealth of demonstrations, seminars and exhibitors.
You can choose form an extensive range of free seminars (registration required in advance).
Demonstrations will be organised in the drone area.
The student competition will also be held for the second time.
You can also participate in the (paid) sessions laid on by the engineering association ie-net and the International Facility Management Association (IFMA).
More information and registration:https://www.ie-net.be (in Dutch) and https://www.ifma.be (in Dutch or French)
Here you will find an overview of the sessions offered by the Belgian Building Research Institute (BBRI), the Belgian Road Research Centre (BRRC) and the Belgian Construction Confederation.
You can confirm your participation in these seminars with the unique code appearing in the confirmation mail you received when you registered for DCB.
Wednesday, 24th of October
Drones and 3D Scanning with Drones: from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Zone 1)
Virtuality and Augmented Reality and 3D Scanning: from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Zone 2)
3D Concrete Printing (Zone 3)
Thursday, 25th of October