Organised by CIHT London and hosted at TfL Palestra House, this presentation will look at the digitization of highways.
The challenge facing anyone involved in the management and maintenance of the highway infrastructure is lack of accurate information. This is driven by multiple stakeholders who can interact, influence and impact in this area. Strategic decisions (both financial and project) are based on data that could be inaccurate or historic.
At Geve, from their experience of working on major infrastructure works and being aware of frustration from all stakeholders (corporate, public) on lack of information they developed a platform with data at its heart that can be utilised to accurately manage assets. The continuing challenge of managing requirement versus resource (time, labour, budget) is answered by Spatial Messenger.
At the event there will be a “real time” demonstration of how Spatial Messenger can be utilised to manage assets in any given environment and demonstrate the benefits to any organisation that adopts this platform.
Neville Snell - Director at Geve
Neville's role within Geve is to assist in their commercial development of the Spatial Messenger platform by managing the overall development (both functionality and business) within the company. With a background in several sectors from construction to procurement at board level he believes passionately in the use of technology to assist in the delivery of traditional markets to help improve delivery in cost, efficiency and carbon reduction.
This event is aimed at professionals, from students through to experts and thought leaders, who are interested in the use of technology for the time sensitive asset management.
CPD is defined as any activity that provides new knowledge or skills that help you to achieve your professional development goals or has otherwise helped you to develop as a highways and transportation professional
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This in-person event will be held at TfL Palestra House, 197 Blackfriars Rd, London SE1 8NJ. You can book tickets using the 'book a place' button. For further information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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