Trimble Dimensions 2010, Trimble’s 5th international users’ conference attracted a record participation of over 2,900 registered attendees from 67 countries around the world. The conference was held recently at the Mirage Hotel in Las Vegas.
‘Converge, Connect and Collaborate’ was the theme of the Trimble Dimensions 2010 conference and aimed to provide insight into how the convergence of technologies redefined the way professionals connected and collaborated to achieve success.
The conference explored the use of technology in a wide range of applications including surveying, engineering, construction, mapping, GIS, geospatial, utilities and mobile resource management.
Bryn Fosburgh, Trimble Vice President said that Trimble Dimensions focused on how advanced technology solutions transformed work processes.
Key industry leaders gave their insights on building partnerships as well as developing new contacts, discussing opportunities with attendees and providing inputs on how to overcome obstacles in today’s competitive business environment.
The conference hosted more than 400 sessions across multiple speciality tracks with focus on increasing productivity in the field and the office by revolutionising work processes.
The conference included an off-site demonstration and training area in addition to a Partner Pavilion that showcased the complete suite of Trimble construction, survey, engineering, mining, aerial and mobile mapping, GIS, utilities, infrastructure, mobile computing, forestry as well as agriculture solutions, including products from Accubid, Applanix, Meridian Systems, Pacific Crest, QuickPen and Spectra Precision.
Highlighted solutions and technologies included GNSS, total stations, field computing and data collection, 3D scanning, pre-design construction planning, 3D visualisation, Building Information Modelling (BIM), construction project management, aerial mapping, wireless communications, data transfer, field and office software as well as smart grid applications.
Trimble Australia is the Australian operation of the Trimble group.