Geotechnica 2016 Review

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This year’s Geotechnica took on a different format to previous year’s, as its main focus was the conference element and it was hosted at Brunel University on their 50th Birthday.

The event was a great success and we found it very useful, talking to so many key people.  We particularly enjoyed the after dinner and Keynote speaker, Professor Iain Stewart, who talked so passionately about geology and what people perceive it to be about that he had the entire audience captivated.

Iain Stewart Presentation

Keynetix StandOnce again, hearing from Eddie Bromhead was also a pleasure and the general quality of speakers overall was fantastic.  I think we may be seeing Duck Whistles in our future after they were successfully used to convey the audience’s opinions throughout a brief questionnaire within the conference.  Our very own Roger Chandler delivered a presentation on “Transforming Geotechnical Data” which sparked an interesting debate in the audience.

 

 

Steggy on tour

We were also very impressed with some of the models made from our wonderful bouncing putty, keep up the good work and don’t forget to tweet us an image @keynetix.

We are now busily working on getting in contact with those people we saw at the show and we look forward to Geotechnica 2017, which will be back at the Warwickshire Exhibition Centre next July.

 

 

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