In 2021, BAU will be a digital platform for architecture, materials and systems. From January 13 to 15, exhibitors will present their products and solutions and will also be offering virtual one-on-one meetings. An extensive conference program will also be organized. You will find all the information you need on the BAU website, which will be expanded continuously over the coming weeks.
“Even in these uncertain times, in January 2021 BAU ONLINE will give the industry a platform where companies can network and obtain information. Right now, there is enormous demand for professional advice so that we can all face the current challenges, as we are already seeing from the number of companies registering their interest,” says Dr. Reinhard Pfeiffer, Deputy Chairman of the Board of Messe München. BAU ONLINE offers live presentations from the exhibitors, 1:1 meetings with exhibitors and a comprehensive conference program.
Video calls with exhibitors and live presentations
To take part in BAU ONLINE, you must first register at www.bau-muenchen.com. Registration is free. Registered visitors can then choose from the many options that are available and put together their own individual program with the help of the “My BAU” planning aid.
Digital one-on-one meetings will replace personal meetings at the booth. In advance of the event, participants can arrange personal video calls with exhibitors and tell them what they would like to discuss. The “My BAU” planning aid gives participants a personal overview of their confirmed meetings and provides information about the registration status.
Live presentations from the exhibitors demonstrate innovations and trends in the various trades. Here, too, we recommend that you register early to facilitate your personal planning.
The main topics of the conference program
The four main topics of BAU 2021 also determine the online format: Digital Transformation, The Climate Change Challenge, Resources and Recycling, and The Future of Housing. Another topic for discussion will be “The Construction Industry after Coronavirus”. Once again, BAU-TV will broadcast live talks with inspiring insights, while the Federal Ministry of Building will be reporting from the studio in Berlin. All content and events will be streamed live.
Further information: Bau-Muenchen