Join us for our construction event

AI & Data Innovation in Construction:
A Walking Dinner Networking Event

Time: Tuesday, June 20th, 2022 / 17:45 - 22:00 
Place: Sluisstraat 79, 3000 Leuven

What you will do and learn at our event?

Are you curious about the latest advancements in construction technology? Join us for a one-of-a-kind construction event where we will delve into the exciting world of AI and data adoption in construction.

Our expert speakers will provide unique insights into how these cutting-edge technologies are shaping the future of the construction industry.

After the presentations, we’ll indulge in a delicious walking dinner and have the opportunity to network with like-minded professionals. And as an added bonus, the entire event will take place in a beautiful location with stunning views of Leuven.

This event is an excellent opportunity to expand your knowledge, connect with industry leaders, and enjoy a memorable evening.

  • 17h45: Doors open
  • 18h00 – 18h30: Wim Vandesompele
  • 18h30 – 18h45: Time for a small break
  • 18h45 – 19h15: Josefien Vanhuyse
  • 19h15 – 19h30: Conclusion with Nemeon
  • 19h30 – 22h00: Walking Dinner & Networking

Don’t miss out! Save the date, and get ready to experience the future of construction.


Please keep in mind that we charge a no-show fee of €50,00 to registrants who don’t show up, unless this has been timely communicated to the organization (48h).

Learn from our experts!

Join our expert speakers as they discuss how AI and business applications can enhance construction workflows and improve decision-making.

Wim Vandesompele (Managing Director Astena)

Wim will be discussing the innovative business applications that Astena has introduced in the construction market. These groundbreaking apps are not only transforming the way construction professionals work, but they also generate valuable data. He will share how this data can be used to gain insights and improve decision-making.

Josefien Vanhuyse (CEO Neanex)

Josefien will delve into the challenges of Building Information Management and the complexities of merging data, tools, and teams without reinventing the wheel for each new project. She will highlight practical approaches to streamline this process and how to embrace the digital revolution while optimizing design and development practices.