Surveying 2.0:
The Evolution of
the Surveyor

Presented by Graham Wirth

Available on demand

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Session Overview

The future of surveying is here. As the profession transforms from traditional fieldwork to advanced data management, surveyors are finding that this adaptation is not just beneficial—it’s essential. This session explores the evolution of the surveyor’s role and how technologies like 12d Model and 12d Synergy are at the forefront of this transformation, enhancing survey accuracy and efficiency. Discover how these tools facilitate seamless project delivery and foster collaboration, setting new standards in civil engineering and construction project management. Gain actionable insights into adapting and thriving in this data-centric surveying landscape.

What You’ll Learn:

  • Why surveyors need sophisticated data management skills to stay relevant in the evolving industry.
  • The transformation of the surveyor’s role from traditional field surveying to data managers.
  • Techniques for overcoming the challenge of managing large data from multiple sources.
  • How tools like 12d Model, 12d Synergy, and 12d Field are changing the game for surveyors.
  • Emerging trends & technologies that will continue to define the future of surveying.

Session Details

Available on demand

Duration: 18 minutes
Cost: Free

About the Presenter

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Graham Wirth

Product Manager, 12d Solutions

With over 40 years of experience in the civil construction industry, Graham specialises in assisting companies with cutting-edge solutions to enhance productivity, streamline position management, and ensure high-quality outcomes. His expertise spans three critical areas: Digital Infrastructure, Surveying, and Project Management software. Graham enjoys liaising with survey instrument manufacturers, PC hardware suppliers, and the 12d Solutions Research and Development team, providing Civil Contractors, Consultants, and Government departments with survey equipment and software field solutions. His mandate is to ensure that the civil surveyor’s future role as Site Data Manager is efficient, simple, and fast in meeting the needs for effective project management.