Held at the Construction Innovation and Technology Application Centre, at the HKIC Kowloon Bay Campus, the seminar was attended by over 50 delegates who are key stakeholders across the civil, tunnelling and construction sectors, including governmental authorities, designers, main contractors and subcontractors.
Running over two days, the seminar invited speakers from seven technology companies and main contracting firms from Japan and Hong Kong to share the latest innovation in tunnel construction across Asia Pacific regions.
Some of these topics includes string loading, blast and vibration monitoring, the value of real-time technology in tunnelling, integrating laser scanning and profiling into the construction cycle, and much more.
Benny Chen, GroundProbe’s Commercial Manager for Technology, presented on the value of real-time monitoring for tunneling projects and other civil applications.
“The seminar was an excellent events that connects technology companies with the tunnel construction industry in the Asia Pacific regions,” reflected Mr Chen.
“This is key for us to be able to contribute to the tunneling industry.”
David Noon, GroundProbe’s Chief Operating Officer, opened the event by sharing his vision for the future of the tunneling industry – driven by innovation and technology – and was also among the keynote speakers for the event.