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12th Jun 2022

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WorldsView CWx Africa 2021 event examines proven make-build customer solutions

WorldsView is hosting its annual Converged Workflow Experience (CWx Africa) event. Powered by Autodesk, CWx Africa 2021 is a free interactive online event for those in the make-build industry and is taking place on 14 and 15 September 2021.

Presented by prominent industry specialists – WorldsView, Autodesk, Topcon, Esri and their customers – CWx Africa 2021 will unpack the challenges and successes of real-field applications for customers across Africa.

The event showcases how businesses in Africa’s make-build industries can improve project lifecycle productivity by using combined technologies to create optimised project workflows. High-profile customers will showcase how they have been able to optimise project timelines, lower production costs and increase efficiencies, by using combined technologies in their applications.

Attendees are invited to pose their own challenges to the panel for discussion, which will be scrutinised and unravelled using combined, state-of-the-art technologies to develop digitised workflows.

CWx Africa 2021 is tailored for the following industries and topics:

1. Process, Energy and Mining (PEM): Developing smart ‘Digital Twin’ models.

2. Manufacturing: Sustainable industry 4.0 adoption.

3. Build: What happened to the BIM dream?

4. Infrastructure: Optimising design, construction & management with BIM.

“CWx Africa 2021 not only offers in-depth discussions for innovative solutions, but is a platform for industry stakeholders, leading vendors and customers to network and share the latest innovations in Africa’s make-build industries,” says Mathabo Maine, Vice President of Marketing, WorldsView.

For more event information and registration, visit CWx Africa 2021.


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