Webinar to take deep dive into digital

01 Nov 2022

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A forthcoming webinar organised by the FIDIC digital transformation committee is set to take a deep dive into the ever-topical issue of digital and technology.

The Going digital event on Tuesday 8 November 2022 starting at 12 noon CET will look at the latest industry trends and developments and promises to be a must-attend for all those looking to stay abreast of the latest digital and technology developments affecting the engineering, construction and infrastructure industry.

FIDIC’s digital transformation committee plays a key role in identifying issues or trends within the digital space that could be potential disruptors to FIDIC, its members and the industry. It also explores new technologies, products, and services that FIDIC could offer to its members and the wider sector.

The Going digital webinar will give an update on the latest activities of the digital transformation committee, examine just what ‘digital transformation’ means and where do you start and what do you need to be aware of and also offer an overview of the latest trends and technologies.

Expert speakers at the webinar include Stacy Sinclair, chair of the FIDIC digital transformation committee, Bram Mommers, global technology officer at Arcadis, Antoine Labrosse, Artelia Group’s chief digital officer and Tony Scott, CEO and CIO of Neural Ray.

FIDIC’s recent global infrastructure conference in Geneva highlighted the growing importance of digital to the sector on an international scale and this free Going digital webinar on 8 November will offer attendees an opportunity to explore the key issues and latest developments to ensure that you are not left behind when it comes to the fast-moving world of digital, data and technology.

Click here to find out more and book your free place at this webinar.

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