Trimble (NASDAQ: TRMB), a leading construction technology company, is taking part in the “Digital Building” conference held in Cairo, the capital of the Arab Republic of Egypt, to highlight the role of technology in the construction sector and the Egyptian construction sector to adopt modern technology, which contributes to increasing the productivity of infrastructure projects.
The Egyptian construction sector is witnessing steady and remarkable growth, mainly due to the increase in government investment in infrastructure projects aimed at achieving environmental sustainability and energy efficiency, which in turn improves the development of the construction sector and infrastructure in Egypt.
The conference is scheduled to take place on 24 and 25 May 2022 at the Royal Maxim Palace Kempinski Hotel, and the agenda includes presentations and lectures on key topics, which will be delivered by Trimble experts to the most prominent figures in the construction sector , including representatives of government and municipalities, key project owners, contractors and engineers, property developers and other relevant stakeholders.
During the conference, Trimble will present its vision on the evolution of the construction sector, backed by its experience spanning more than 40 years in the technology sector Effective Digitization to Ensure the Flexibility and Profitability of the Construction Business.
Masri said: “We look forward to attending this conference and sharing our knowledge with experts and large companies and institutions in the sector. We strive to present real-life examples that show the important role that construction technology can play in “empowering the construction sector in Egypt, and improving efficiency and productivity at work, especially in the face of strong growth.” Trimble is confident in its ability to support the construction community in the development of high quality projects that ensure profitability, achieve sustainability, meet the highest standards of safety and security, and keep pace with the growing importance and competitiveness of the construction sector in the region . ”
In turn, expert Hani Ahmed, Director of Business Development at Trimble Solutions Middle East, will participate in the activities of the second day of the conference, where he will deliver a presentation entitled “Digitizing Trimble / Trimble Digital Technology and Connected Building = Trust. The presentation touches on the concept of connected building, and emphasizes the different tools and methods available
To improve the smoothness and flow of construction work. Linked Building is an integrated system to bridge the gaps between work teams, processes and technology, which helps to make the right decisions from the start, identify shortcomings and challenges and find appropriate and quick solutions to them.
Trimble confirms that the adoption of digital technology reduces the need for repetitive work by 80%, and increases productivity by 50% in construction sites. A study that included 42 participants from Egyptian engineers, architects and contractors showed that modern building technology, such as Building Information Modeling (BIM), has a 83% prevalence in the Egyptian construction sector.
Trimble’s participation in the conference is particularly important because it enables construction professionals to learn about and understand the various available technological systems and methodologies to choose the most appropriate solutions for their projects, in addition to the emphasis on modern technologies. presented by Trimble. In this regard, the events include discussions on the latest versions of Trimble’s Tcla Structures system, which contributes to the sustainability of building information modeling, as well as solutions for mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) operations of the construction sector, which increase efficiency. and provides time, which facilitates collaboration through cloud tools that ensure transparency and immediate data sharing.
Paul Wallet, Regional Director of Trimble Solutions in the Middle East and India said: “This conference is an important platform to showcase our knowledge tools and share with construction professionals, in the interest of developing this sector in Egypt. Trimble’s solutions and BIM processes are With great demand in Egypt, they have been used in many important projects, including the Great Egyptian Museum and the Adly Mansour metro station, but this does not diminish the importance of spreading awareness about the great potential of these technologies.Therefore, our participation in this conference came from our quest to help stakeholders in the sector, including architects, structural engineers, MEP designers and contractors, to become acquainted with this technology, its capabilities and understand the benefits of using it.After 20 years of hard work in the construction sector and a proven record of h eye profile urban projects in the region, we look forward to increasing our contribution to accelerating the development of the sector through our pioneering solutions.
Trimble is a silver sponsor of the conference, and its participation comes as part of its strategy to expand its reach in the region, improve the use of building technology and modeling by developing skills and incorporating digital culture into companies, and ensure that all project teams adhere to standard procedures that achieve the highest levels of efficiency and performance.
In addition to its role in building the Great Egyptian Museum, Trimble has contributed to the construction of many prominent projects in the region, including the Zohr gas field, the New Administrative Capital Stadium, the high-speed mono railroad, and a railway station.
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