Registration open to Trimble User Conference
Since 2005, attendees from around the world have participated in the Trimble Dimensions International User Conference to network with colleagues and discover new developments in precision technology. This three-day event is a conference for industry professionals involved in several industries.
Trimble Dimensions attendees represent a wide-range of job titles and industries. However, they all have one thing in common – they are passionate about their work. Officials in agriculture that should gain value from attending the conference are those in crop management, data management, equipment management, viticulture, water management and livestock management.
Other industries that will be represented are those in construction, government, natural resources, transportation, civil infrastructure, utilities and telecommunications, survey engineering and mapping.
Those attending will:
- Get the latest industry perspective—gain insight from respected leaders and innovators
- Meet with world-renowned experts— more than 400 sessions across multiple tracks focused specifically on individual professional and business needs
- See product demonstrations —visit the Dimensions Partner Pavilion, where vendors and partners will showcase and demonstrate their latest innovations
- Connect and collaborate—meet and compare notes with your colleagues and potential business partners throughout the industry
- Receive professional credits—choose from a variety of designated educational sessions that qualify for career advancing Professional Development Hours (PDH)
- Plus more!
- Study says neonics are widespread in Iowa waters
- Weyerhaeuser and DuPont Pioneer sign license agreement
- Why your business needs a CSO
- Woman arrested in seed theft case released on bond
- Rabobank reports U.S. set to become urea self-sufficient
- Tremendous response to Iowa’s new nutrient reduction program
- Don’t link bird decline and use of neonicotinoids
- Commentary: Setting the record straight on 'Waters of the U.S.'
- Look at fertilizer pricing 2013 vs. 2014
- Solar energy jobs increase, wind power decrease
- Study of pesticides and autism is junk science
- Setting the record straight on 'Waters of the U.S.'