Civil Infrastructure planning and development generally starts with a host of unknowns on a vast scale. The experts on this panel are developing and deploying complementary technologies to cut through the mysteries and bring certainty to the decisions that are at the heart of project success. One offers tools to help designers and contractors analyze existing conditions deep below the surface with remote sensing, and the other builds on drone-acquired imagery to plan optimized cut, fill and haul routes and schedules based, on equipment availability, and then automatically monitor progress against plan.
Ronny Liverød, VP Business Development, EMerald Geomodelling
Maria Khokhlova, Chief Product Officer, TraceAir
Ron Nooteboom, Vice President of Operations, Independent Construction
Jeff Yoders, Editor, Engineering News-Record