A subsidiary of US headquartered, Nasdaq listed Trimble Inc., hosted a CXO conclave. In line with the conclave theme ‘Future Of Construction’, Trimble showcased its latest innovations and products, highlighting its strength and leadership in construction technology, both hardware and software solutions and services.
Over 200 leading industry professionals and experts that included representatives from MMRDA, Mumbai metro rail corporation, Larsen & Toubro, Shapoorji Pallonji, Tata projects and Kalpataru amongst many others, attended the conclave.
The day-long conclave witnessed a series of panel discussions, starting with a keynote discussion that brought into focus the outlook of key industry stakeholders on the future of construction and the role of digital technologies in the industry’s growth.
Speaking on the occasion, Rajan Aiyer, Vice President and Managing Director, Trimble India and SAARC region said, “India has started to take bold strident steps towards adoption of construction technology, with marque construction firms leading the charge. We are happy to see that most industry stakeholders recognise the importance of digital tools and their role/contribution towards sectoral growth. The use of cutting edge technologies has helped some key construction projects in multiple ways, including reducing rework and wastage, which in turns hastens project completion and improves productivity. Complex infrastructure projects, such as the upcoming Chenab bridge, the world’s highest railway bridge, relies on sophisticated digital tech to transform vision into reality.”
Paul Wallett, Regional Director, Trimble solutions India and Middle East, stated, “Trimble is humbled by the response it has received from the Indian construction industry. The construction tech solutions and services that we offer reflect the voice of the industry, and customer voices at this conclave amply validated this point. The CXO conclave provided us with a platform to interact with the great minds of the Indian construction industry and allowed us to understand and discuss the trends that can potentially redefine the gold standards of the industry.”