PARIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--FINALCAD, the French Tech startup changing the construction industry, was selected to participate in the Viva Technology international summit held on June 30th to July 2nd, 2016 in Paris.
The Viva Technology international summit, organised by the Publicis Group and Les Echos, will take place in Paris from June 30th until July 2nd and bringing together the world’s digital transformation leaders including 5,000 startups, dozens of international corporations, 500 renowned speakers, and 100 of the biggest VCs. More than 30,000 visitors are expected to attend and share their vision of tomorrow’s innovations for economic development.
FINALCAD was selected to exhibit on the “Urban Innovation & Transformation” Lab sponsored by Cisco and VINCI Energies, to present the latest innovations of the construction site of the future such as predictive analytics or the SMARTSNAG technology for object recognition.
David Vauthrin, Managing Director and co-founder of FINALCAD, will present the “Future of Construction” during a session moderated by McKinsey on Friday, July 1st at 11.10am in Conference Room #7. Innovative approaches such as Lean Construction, IoT, Deep Learning and Augmented Reality will be discussed.
“For the past fifty years, the construction industry has seen its productivity sagging while productivity of manufacturing industries has been progressing. Digital tools can increase productivity while improving quality and reducing costs, provided that this digital transformation is inclusive and accessible to all. FINALCAD was built around this vision that we’re eager to share during Viva Technology” said David Vauthrin.
In addition, FINALCAD will participate in several “Challenges for Open Innovation” organized during the event.
FINALCAD provides mobile apps and predictive analytics that help construction stakeholders anticipate and fix issues found during the building’s journey. Our mission: increase quality, reduce its cost and make it accessible to all. Since 2011, FINALCAD has helped more than 10,000 projects in 30 countries, and keeps on advancing the digital transition of the construction industry. For more information, visit www.finalcad.com.