CMW Geosciences and Microsoft join us with Infrastructure Thought Leaders Series: Data Integrity Ground to Cloud

Learn how engineers are integrating cloud technology to leverage geotechnical data from mobile collection to subsurface digital twins.

11.30 am - 1 pm (Australian Eastern Standard) 27th May 2021 

Data. We all need it and there are certainly many challenges to ensuring you have it at the right time in the right place.

This session explores new cloud technology available to drive efficiency and improve ROI on geotechnical engineering projects.

Join our distinguished list of speakers to find out how engineers are taking calculated steps to leverage geotechnical data. Our experts will discuss real-world examples from new mobile data collection to subsurface digital twins.

Scott Devoe, Senior Director, Geotechnical Information Management, Bentley

Scott Devoe is a graduate Civil Engineer who has spent his career developing software applications for civil engineers. Since joining Bentley in 2004, he has led the development of several Bentley applications, most recently OpenSite Designer and ConceptStation. Currently he is the Senior Director of the Geotechnical Information Management (GIM) team, leading them on the new OpenGround®initiative. Prior to joining Bentley, Scott held various roles for Haestad Methods, Autodesk, Softdesk and D.C.A Engineering Software.

Andy Hasset, Azure Solution Specialist, Microsoft

Andy Hassett has over 20 years of helping clients both as a consultant and in sales with the last 9 years as a Datacenter and Azure specialist with Microsoft.

"I am so excited about how customers are re-thinking the infrastructure requirements needed to provide customers on-demand IT services. This utility compute model will help IT more rapidly innovate their business with lower cost."

Craig Butterworth of CMW Geosciences

Craig is a professionally qualified geotechnical engineer with over 25 years’ experience in Australia, New Zealand, UK and the Middle East, including ground investigations, interpretation of geotechnical data, supervision of groundwork’s, deep basement design and temporary works design for excavations. Craig currently acts as one of the technical leaders at CMW, based in Perth, WA. He has significant experience in the design of temporary works and the design and construction of deep basements and high rise structures. His knowledge of construction enables Craig to offer clients safe, practical and efficient geotechnical solutions to projects.

The recording of the event is can be viewed here