Trimble Opens Registration for Dimensions Conference

By Eric Haun
Tuesday, July 01, 2014

Trimble announced today that registration has officially opened for its International User Conference—Trimble Dimensions—being held November 3-5, 2014 at the Mirage and the Treasure Island Hotels in Las Vegas.

The three-day conference addresses innovations in agriculture, construction, civil infrastructure, engineering, government, mapping, natural resources, surveying, telecommunications, transportation and logistics and utilities.

Trimble Dimensions provides insight into how information technology can transform the way professionals work by using integrated workflows to increase productivity. Hear how industry colleagues use Trimble’s end-to-end technology to easily transform data into intelligent, usable information. Attendees will see first-hand how new tools, processes and ideas can help make a positive impact on their business.

Throughout the conference, attendees will have opportunities to network with key industry players, nurture existing business relationships, build partnerships and discover how to overcome challenges in today’s competitive business environment.

Highlights include more than 400 educational sessions including both on-site and off-site training, more than 30 specialized tracks to advance career objectives with many sessions qualifying for Professional Development Hour (PDH) hours, and on-site product demonstrations.

trimbledimensions.com
 

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