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Trimble bringing connected construction to Highways UK

Highways UK poster in white blue and black

Leading the digital revolution, Trimble is delighted to be sponsoring and exhibiting at Highways UK (Stand H19), where the technology provider will be demonstrating its range of connected software and hardware solutions that support the entire infrastructure lifecycle.

Understanding and recognising the importance of civil infrastructure in the UK, Trimble has a long record of supporting the effective design and efficient delivery of highways projects in. Now it is pleased to bring its portfolio of hardware, software and solutions together to offer the highways industry a truly holistic approach, showcasing this on its stand during the two-day event at Birmingham’s NEC.

Visitors to the Trimble stand will have an opportunity to learn about the connected technology portfolio available for Concept & Design, Scheduling & Project Management, Site Construction and Operation & Maintenance. Trimble will also be joined by BuildingPoint UK & Ireland on the stand, one of its official hardware distributors in the UK & Ireland, who will be showcasing a selection of Trimble geospatial hardware products.

In addition, Trimble is proud to be sponsoring the Digital Construction Theatre, where it will be hosting a series of presentations and panel discussions from colleagues and customers, including a variety of topics from sustainability and route improvements to what a connected site looks like in reality and how digital twins are transforming highways.

Speaking about the exhibition, Simon Hyatt, Sector Vice President – Strategy, Digital Transformation and M&A at Trimble, said: “Highways UK has a strong record in challenging the industry to work better digitally. This supports the extensive technology Trimble provides and we are pleased to demonstrate our portfolio of hardware, software and solutions at this important event.”

Held at Birmingham’s NEC from 2-3 November, Highways UK brings together the people responsible for planning, developing, managing, maintaining and future-proofing the nation’s road networks, with the focus for 2022 being ‘Roads for a Connected Britain’.

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