Murphy Geospatial’s Monitoring Experts to Attend Upcoming ISFMG 2022
At Murphy Geospatial, we’re passionate about providing geospatial certainty in real time, enabling informed decision making through structural and environmental monitoring. To maintain our awareness of the field and connect with our colleagues across the industry, we’re pleased to announce our attendance at this year’s ISFMG – the International Symposium for Field Monitoring in Geomechanics.
This exciting event will be attended by our expert monitoring department who are dedicated to providing geospatial certainty through verified data on a wide variety of projects. The team present will consist of: Aidan Laimbeer, our Business Development Director; Andrew Masters, our Associate Director of Operations; and last but not least, Sergio Gutierrez Requejo, our Sales Consultant for Monitoring and Digital Construction.
ISFMG 2022 marks the 11th symposium, an event designed to bring together people from across the geotechnical monitoring sector to promote better understanding, interpretation and presentation of field measurements. While we’re not exhibiting or speaking this year, the team is keen to engage in as many meaningful conversations as possible during the symposium. ISFMG has a great programme lined up, including special lectures, technical presentations, exhibitions and more. We’re particularly looking forward to the workshops on offer, covering a range of topics essential to the future of effective data monitoring.
If you’re eager to see the latest monitoring technologies, hear from international experts and connect with sponsors and exhibitors, we’d highly encourage your attendance. For those looking to discover how you can reduce cost, risk and waste on your site – we’d love to meet with you one-to-one and explore how Murphy Geospatial can assist you. To book a meeting in advance, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our experts will get in touch to set up a time that works for you.
ISFMG will commence between 4th-7th September and will be hosted by Imperial College London – for more details on their upcoming programme, visit the symposium website here.