The Plantworx team has teamed up with The Supply Chain Sustainability School to deliver a new technology and sustainability showcase called ‘Futureworx’.
Futureworx, as the name suggests, is a forward-looking tech event, which takes place on the March 30-31 at the East of England Arena in Peterborough. It will showcase the latest in cutting-edge kit and innovations to make the workplace safer, smarter and more sustainable.
The event will focus on people plant interface management, telematics, the connected site, GPS systems, safety systems and advances in autonomous and electric and hydrogen machinery. The show aims to highlight sustainability, productivity and advances in future fuels such as hydrogen, electric and HVO.
Futureworx will bring together industry professionals keen to find out what is in the pipeline of ideas and technology that will shape tomorrow's construction equipment experience. The two-day event will also include conference sessions, live product demonstrations and technical talks. Futureworx will also host the Plantworx Awards evening in partnership with the Supply Chain Sustainability School.
Rob Oliver, CEE (Construction Equipment Events) Director, hosts of Futureworx commented, “This is an exciting development for both the CEA and Plantworx. Virtual presentations of technological innovations have their place, but educating and exciting industry professionals on what the future holds is best-done face-to-face with practical demonstrations. We see this as a service to both CEA members and the wider construction community. It’s all part of our Plantworx mission”.
That sounds like a plan to us. There is no dedicated online presence at present, but keep an eye on www.thecea.org.uk for further information.