Trimble wrapped up its 8th international user conference on Nov. 9th, at the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas. This year’s conference set another attendance record with more than 4,400 registered attendees representing over 80 countries, including Duncan-Parnell representatives and customers. “Dimensions is truly a celebration of technology – a unique conference focused on how advanced solutions are transforming the way the world works. With its well-deserved reputation as one of the industry’s most comprehensive educational events, Dimensions provides a stimulating and informative experience for industry professionals,” said Bryn Fosburgh, Trimble Vice President.
Throughout the conference, participants enjoyed a variety of opportunities to network with key industry players, nurture business relationships and discover how to overcome challenges in today’s competitive business environment. Attendees also had the opportunity to choose from 625 educational sessions in 24 industry segments, with over 270 sessions qualifying for Professional Development Hours (PDH). Attendees gained insight into how information technology is transforming the way professionals work, by using integrated workflows to increase productivity. Participants learned how industry colleagues use Trimble’s end-to-end technology to easily transform data into intelligent, actionable information. Attendees gained first-hand knowledge of how new tools, processes and ideas can help make a positive impact on their businesses.
Trimble showcased a broad range of technologies that provide increased flexibility and productivity for industry professionals. Conference highlights included demonstrations of mixed-reality using SketchUp Viewer for Microsoft HoloLens, the Trimble® SX10 scanning total station, and the new Trimble Catalyst software-defined GNSS receiver that transforms Android consumer devices into high-accuracy mobile data collection systems.