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National construction equipment convention (NCEC)
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tHE NATIONAL CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT CONVENTION (ncec)
15 - 17 november 2018
SYDNEY SHOWGROUND, SYDNEY OLYMPIC PARK
Register now for the National Construction Equipment Convention (NCEC) – the premier event for Australia’s civil construction and infrastructure industry.
With a high quality conference program and huge exhibition, NCEC will bring together industry experts and more than 100 major brands to explore the biggest challenges and opportunities in the sector, and showcase the latest in technology and machinery.
Featuring a Tech Show Zone, Job Exchange, industry panels, live demonstrations, global equipment launches, and new projects yet to be announced – NCEC is not to be missed for anyone in construction and infrastructure who want to reduce costs, increase efficiencies and see what new products and technologies are available.
WORLDWIDE LAUNCH – CATERPILLAR TO UNVEIL BREAKTHROUGH MACHINES AT NCEC
Exclusive to NCEC, Caterpillar is launching a new range of next-generation equipment with technology and functionality never seen before in the industry.
Attendees will be the first people in the world to observe – and even trial – these machines in action. Placing them ahead of others in the sector, the launch will provide attendees with exclusive knowledge of the newest advancements in equipment and technology in the civil construction sector, and demonstrate how they can reduce costs and improve efficiencies in their own operations.
It will be the first showing of this product anywhere in the world and coincides with a showcase of recently released Caterpillar models and technology that are changing the way earthmoving machines are operated.
NCEC SPEAKER LINE-UP
The conference will highlight project delivery opportunities for the civil infrastructure construction sector and what this means in terms of developing business strategy for your organisation.
For the full line-up please see here.
NICK SMITH, CEO, AIRSIGHT AUSTRALIA
FUTURE OF DRONE TECHNOLOGY FOR CIVIL CONSTRUCTION
deborah keep, deborahkeep.com
human-centred safety culture
adrian hart, ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, CONSTRUCTION, MAINTENANCE AND MINING, BIS OXFORD ECONOMICS
Adrian will discuss BIS Oxford Economics’ outlook for construction and mining activity, how it is part of the play out of longer term investment cycles, and what the implications are for equipment suppliers and hire companies in developing their business strategy.
Australia has more greenhouse gas emissions per capita than any other developed country. According to the latest Australian National Waste Report, almost one fifth of