The next and final episode in the FabLab series, which takes a look at the creative spaces playing a significant role in creating sustainable, innovative neighbourhoods.
Thursday April 28th, 2016
Construction worksites in the digital area
Diving into the future: discover how the digital model can change the work on construction sites with optimised information sharing and organisation! 3+
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