Efficiency through Digital Projects (ETDP)


Thank you to everyone who attended this event - we had a great turnout and it was a fantastic two days.

Thanks also to our sponsors who made the event possible and to our partners at Fiatech for all their hard work.

If you attended the conference we would love to hear what you thought of it. What did you like? What could we do better? What would you like to see next time?

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Photographs courtesy of Richard Cork


The 2015 two-day event was COMIT's 7th anual conference and the second one to be held in partnership with Fiatech. It took place at the Hallam in London and brought together experts in capital projects, technology and academia from all over the world.


We had a packed agenda with over 20 presentations as well as interactive panel sessions and demonstrations by exibitors. Day 1 was chaired by Calum Chace, author and futurist and Day 2 was chaired by Phil Jackson, a well known industry expert & long-term COMIT member.

Agenda & Presentations


As these become available they can acessed below, along with details of the speakers. Note that the running order may occaisionally differ from the agenda due to changes that had to be made on the day.



Day 1

Was chaired by Calum Chace, London Futurist and author of Surviving AI.

Presentations from Day 1 are now available. Note some minor changes to the agenda.

Calum Chace


Chairman Day1

Day 2

Was chaired by Phil Jackson, an well-known face in the industry and a long-term active member of COMIT.

Phil Jackson

Industry Expert

Chairman Day2

Topics covered over the two days included:


  • Digital Modeling

  • BIM

  • Real-time reporting

  • Collaboration

  • Hand-over management

  • Artificial Intelligence

  • SMAC

  • Smart Cities

  • Materials management

  • Data Capture

  • Lifecycle management

  • Data Security

  • Vibration dynamics

  • Automation

  • Project Control

  • Mobile IT

  • 3D Printing

  • Image-based localisation

Many thanks to our sponsors!
Fiatech & COMIT in Partnership


Fiatech are a US organisation with similar aims to COMIT but a wider remit - they are interested in all capital projects & not just construction. COMIT has strong links with Fiatech going back over many years & holding a joint event helps both organisations reach a wider audience. It also increases the breadth of knowledge we can bring to an event like ETDP, thus further enhancing its value.