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Supporting site engineers with mobile technology, webinar

  • Webinar
  • London
  • 25 June 2018
  • 12:30 - 13:30
Supporting site engineers with mobile technology, webinar

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Considerable time and resources can be wasted on projects when site engineers don’t have instant access to accurate, up to date information about the assets they are building or maintaining.

Advances in technology and connectivity offer solutions to this challenge, by providing real-time information and communication links between engineers in the field and office-based design teams.

But these advancements bring on a whole new set of challenges for organisations.  How do you deploy this technology from the office to the field?  Are you required to purchase new hardware for the field?  Who on your team will handle the additional burden of managing multiple devices?  Who will find, deploy, train and manage all the new mobile applications designed for the field?  Finally, will you even be able to integrate these applications into your existing systems?

Bluebeam and Microsoft Surface have teamed up over the last few years to optimise design and construction workflows by pairing high-performance devices with intuitive collaboration software that can be used in the office and on site.

This live video webinar will explore the technologies these companies offer, how best to implement them and how they can drive efficiency and improve communication on projects, by taking an “all-in-one” approach. 

Attendees will hear from Bluebeam and Microsoft speakers before having the chance to take part in a live Q&A session.


Sasha Reed

Sasha Reed

VP Industry Advocacy, Bluebeam

Howard Lewis

Howard Lewis

Director of Commercial Surface, Microsoft

Neill Pawsey 

Howard Lewis

Chair, ICE Digital Transformation Community of Practice​

Event venue

Institution of Civil Engineers
One Great George Street
London SW1P 3AA
United Kingdom

For more information please contact:

ICE Events Team

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