12d International Technical Forum 2021

When:
19 October, 2021 – 21 October, 2021 all-day
2021-10-19T00:00:00+10:00
2021-10-22T00:00:00+10:00
Where:
Virtual Event
Contact:
12D Solutions
(02) 9970 7117
12d International Technical Forum 2021 @ Virtual Event

The 12d Technical Forum brings together 600+ 12d users (from grads to super-users), industry experts and business leaders to Brisbane, Australia to learn, innovative and inspire each other. The goal: training you to become better, faster 12d operators.

Why Should I Attend? These three days are for you and your team; step back from your project grind and immerse yourself into 50+ hours of dedicated 12d product training, technical breakout sessions, inspiring keynotes and invaluable industry networking, designed to set you and your team up for success in the new decade.

You’ll hear from 40+ world-class industry speakers, super users and 12d developers over 130+ educational sessions across all aspects of design, surveying, drainage and data management. Walk away buzzing with actionable ideas, skills and inspiration to take your business (and career) by storm.

Event Theme: Beating the Project Clock
The theme for our 2021 12d Technical Forum is Beating the Project Clock; showcasing how 12d software can be innovatively used to maximise your productivity to achieve success in your projects and career.

Who Should Attend?
For 2021 we’ve introduced new breakout rooms dedicated to Leadership and Training. And with a mix of high-level industry talks and technical sessions, the 12d Technical Forum is now, more than ever, an unmissable training experience for your whole team.

When: 19 – 21 October 2021

Where: Virtual Event

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