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Singapore, 11 March – The 11th edition of BuildTech Asia (BTA) 2022 will return in a hybrid format from 15-17 March 2022. The leading platform for the building and construction industry in the Asia Pacific region, BTA 2022 is expected to draw more than 10,000 attendees online and in-person, with a physical exhibition—the first to be held in two years—taking place at the Singapore EXPO.

Themed Connecting the Future of Asia’s Built Environment, BTA 2022 will feature more than 120 physical and virtual exhibitors, as well as 44 industry associations and partners from 16 participating countries. After two digital editions in 2020 and 2021, this year’s hybrid event is expected to attract strong participation from representatives in key markets such as Malaysia, Australia, India, Indonesia, Cambodia, the Philippines and Korea—all of which have ongoing Vaccinated Travel Lane arrangements with Singapore.

The event will focus on helping industry players accelerate the adoption of digitalised solutions and smart technologies in the key segments of building materials, construction machineries, architectural finishes, facilities management and productive technology.

For example, the Smart Innovation Pavilion will showcase the latest digitalised solutions and smart technologies, featuring exhibitors. Visitors can also join sessions designed to address challenges and ideate solutions, and visit over 80 physical showcases featuring new technological developments.

Additionally, a two-day conference will focus on innovations for a sustainable and smart built environment, supporting the Building and Construction Authority’s push for advanced technologies that can help increase productivity and foster better sustainability outcomes. Dr Teo Ho Pin, a former Member of Parliament and Mayor in Singapore, will deliver the keynote address on 15 March 2022 about the evolution of facilities management for a complex future.

More information about the event can be found at https://buildtechasia.com.


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