IHE Branch Event
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Online: Using 360° forensic imagery merged with data from connected vehicles
- CPD Value: This event is awarded 1 CPD hour.
|Dates||Location||Cost (ex VAT)|
|Mon 11 Oct 2021||Online via Teams||FREE||Book now|
The IHE North West Branch would like to invite you to a 1 hour CPD event on 11th October focusing on how using 360° forensic imagery merged with data from connected vehicles provides a multitude of benefits to highways authorities, operating companies and consulting teams.
The event will be accredited for 1 CPD hour.
You must register with the IHE to attend the webinar using the ‘register’ button above.
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Summary: Highly detailed location, attribution and condition of the highway through varied temporal forensics enables authorities to benefit from data intelligence providing insights that merge with existing datasets. The organisational goals and vision across disparate disciplines are achieved with unsurpassed accuracy.
Synopsis: Managing the highway asset has never been more important (or difficult) and by gaining an understanding of how a highway authority has achieved the above can provide valuable insights, lessons and enable discussions.
Bio of presenters:
Steve Birdsall CEO Gaist Solutions Limited
Steve is passionate about data, about applying new technologies to the built environment and about constantly identifying more efficient and smarter ways of working. A leader in his field, he has more than 30 years’ experience in specialist data management systems and the strategic management of infrastructure and assets. An advocate of using AI where it is needed Steve is a prominent speaker on the current and future maintenance thinking of the roadscape infrastructure.
Christina Lassides Senior Consultant, Professional Services, Gaist Solutions Limited
Christina has over 22 years’ experience in highways leadership roles. Christina’s previous role as head of Highway Services within a Local Authority, understanding the requirements and challenges in the sector means Christina is uniquely placed to support public sector organisations with their highway asset management projects, pre and post-sale.