Keynetix Present Two Papers at the Second International Conference on Information Technology in Geo-Engineering

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Delegates from as far away as the United States, Singapore, New Zealand, China, Japan and elsewhere attended the recent ICITG conference at Durham University, held across two days this July.  The conference was focused on the application of information technology in the specific arena of geotechnical engineering, sessions focusing on the AGS data transfer format, data analysis and other relevant areas.  As well as having a trade stand at the event Keynetix presented two papers which were well received by the audience.  Gary Morin examined the BIM approach to project management in a relevant manner, highlighting the specific gains for geotechnical engineering, in a Case study – The real life benefits of Geotechnical Building Information Modelling.  Phil Child presented The Geotechnical Data Journey – How the Way We View Data is Being Transformed, illustrating how the very nature of our work needs to adapt in response to recent developments in the industry, these being both geotechnical and IT in nature.  The two papers can both be downloaded from the Publications page of our website.

 

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