US: Digital Tools Rebuilding America's Infrastructure
Following opening remarks by BSA President & CEO Victoria Espinel and Transportation & Infrastructure Committee Chairman Sam Graves, a panel of software and construction business leaders will discuss the digital tools and processes that enable architects, engineers, and contractors to design, construct, and maintain the built environment worldwide.
From tackling the industry’s labor shortage, to using digital twins to find and fix faults before a single brick has been laid, digital transformation is helping to address some of the issues that have long vexed the construction sector and setting it up for future growth.
- Moderator: Danielle Brown, Senior Director for Legislative Strategy, BSA | The Software Alliance
- Amy Ford, Vice President, Global Transportation Innovation Lead, AECOM
- Jim Lynch, SVP & General Manager of Construction Solutions, Autodesk
- Jeremy Shaffer, Vice President of Mobility, Bentley Systems
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