Top 5 Takeaways from This Year’s in.sight user conference + expo

Top 5 Takeaways from This Year’s in.sight user conference + expo

Last month, we converged on Houston to hold our third annual in.sight user conference + expo.  This year’s in.sight was packed with nearly three full days of educational content, fun evening events and networking opportunities with the more than 2,000 attendees.

Whether you couldn’t make it this year or want a refresher on everything that took place, we’ve got you covered!  We’ve compiled a recap of some of the highlights from this year’s event.  Here are some key takeaways from Houston:

 

1. Continuing our evolution to Trimble.  in.sight marked the debut of PeopleNet, TMW Systems and 10-4 Systems coming together singularly as Trimble.  During the conference’s opening session, Trimble leaders Steve Berglund, Bryn Fosburgh and Tom Fansler explained how unifying as a singular brand signals our commitment to building a technology ecosystem that will transform all aspects of transportation through an end-to-end platform that leverages the unique capabilities of each legacy organization.


Trimble CEO Steve Berglund articulates the value of One Trimble during in.sight’s opening session.

 

2. Unveiling new products and platform capabilities. Our evolution was not limited to our adoption of the Trimble brand.  in.sight also marked the debut of products and features aimed at helping reach new levels of efficiency and connectivity.


Chris Orban, Vice President of Data Science, explains how analytics can be used to improve safety in real time.

 

During our Transportation Mobility spotlight session, our product team discussed some of our new solutions, as well as our vision for enhancing the driver experience, improving back office visibility and using Video Intelligence and data analytics to increase safety across your fleet.  Check out our Newsroom page to see the wide range of announcements from in.sight and to understand how our new solutions can drive better performance in your organization.

 

3. Recognizing our innovative customers.  On Monday night, we gathered to announce the winners of the Ovation Awards (previously the Innovator of the Year Awards).  These awards recognize innovative customers who are leveraging technology to improve efficiency, safety and profitability of their organization.

This year’s ceremony also featured a combined award, given to Heniff Transportation Systems, who uses a full suite of Trimble solutions to increase driver productivity and improve overall connectivity across their entire fleet.

 


Heniff Transportation Systems was recognized as the Combined Winner at this year’s Ovation Awards.

 

4. Facilitating education and networking opportunities.  While in.sight is attended by more than 2,000 people, we make it a priority to ensure each attendee gets an opportunity to get his or her unique questions or concerns answered.  This year’s in.sight featured more than 60 Transportation Mobility-focused sessions, aimed at providing a deep dive on product features, technical training and broader industry issues.

In addition to the educational sessions, our Expo Hall featured more than 70 exhibitors, who were on hand to help you network and discover new ways to implement technology in your organization.  In the center of the Expo Hall, our one Trimble booth was full of in-house experts, available to answer questions one-on-one and give you a full sense of the transportation ecosystem that we are building as Trimble.  The Expo Hall featured the in.sight LAB, where attendees could book appointments with our technical experts to walk through our solutions in greater detail.

 


Our one Trimble booth gave attendees a chance to meet our team and get a glimpse at the future of transportation technology.

 

5. Leaving inspired with an engaging closing session.  To wrap up our time in Houston, NASA astronaut Leland Melvin joined us on Wednesday to deliver a closing keynote.  Melvin shared his unique story of perseverance and how he overcame personal and professional obstacles to ultimately reach the stars.

After his remarks, Melvin engaged the audience in a question-and-answer session, covering a wide range of topics from space exploration and the future of science and math education to where he sees space travel heading in the coming years.  His powerful remarks left attendees inspired and ready to embrace innovation and overcome challenges within their organizations.

 


NASA Astronaut Leland Melvin delivered an inspiring closing keynote on how to overcome obstacles and achieve success.

 

With 2018’s event already behind us, we are gearing up for another great event in 2019: we will be headed back to Houston September 15-18, 2019.

That doesn’t mean you have to wait until then to start realizing the latest innovations from Trimble.  Contact us today to learn more about how you can start utilizing all of our solutions to ensure you have the technology in place to help you advance safety and efficiency – both today and in the months and years to come.

Top 5 Takeaways from This Year’s in.sight user conference + expo

Last month, we converged on Houston to hold our third annual in.sight user conference + expo.  This year’s in.sight was packed with nearly three full days of educational content, fun evening events and networking opportunities with the more than 2,000 attendees.

Whether you couldn’t make it this year or want a refresher on everything that took place, we’ve got you covered!  We’ve compiled a recap of some of the highlights from this year’s event.  Here are some key takeaways from Houston:

 

1. Continuing our evolution to Trimble.  in.sight marked the debut of PeopleNet, TMW Systems and 10-4 Systems coming together singularly as Trimble.  During the conference’s opening session, Trimble leaders Steve Berglund, Bryn Fosburgh and Tom Fansler explained how unifying as a singular brand signals our commitment to building a technology ecosystem that will transform all aspects of transportation through an end-to-end platform that leverages the unique capabilities of each legacy organization.


Trimble CEO Steve Berglund articulates the value of One Trimble during in.sight’s opening session.

 

2. Unveiling new products and platform capabilities. Our evolution was not limited to our adoption of the Trimble brand.  in.sight also marked the debut of products and features aimed at helping reach new levels of efficiency and connectivity.


Chris Orban, Vice President of Data Science, explains how analytics can be used to improve safety in real time.

 

During our Transportation Mobility spotlight session, our product team discussed some of our new solutions, as well as our vision for enhancing the driver experience, improving back office visibility and using Video Intelligence and data analytics to increase safety across your fleet.  Check out our Newsroom page to see the wide range of announcements from in.sight and to understand how our new solutions can drive better performance in your organization.

 

3. Recognizing our innovative customers.  On Monday night, we gathered to announce the winners of the Ovation Awards (previously the Innovator of the Year Awards).  These awards recognize innovative customers who are leveraging technology to improve efficiency, safety and profitability of their organization.

This year’s ceremony also featured a combined award, given to Heniff Transportation Systems, who uses a full suite of Trimble solutions to increase driver productivity and improve overall connectivity across their entire fleet.

 


Heniff Transportation Systems was recognized as the Combined Winner at this year’s Ovation Awards.

 

4. Facilitating education and networking opportunities.  While in.sight is attended by more than 2,000 people, we make it a priority to ensure each attendee gets an opportunity to get his or her unique questions or concerns answered.  This year’s in.sight featured more than 60 Transportation Mobility-focused sessions, aimed at providing a deep dive on product features, technical training and broader industry issues.

In addition to the educational sessions, our Expo Hall featured more than 70 exhibitors, who were on hand to help you network and discover new ways to implement technology in your organization.  In the center of the Expo Hall, our one Trimble booth was full of in-house experts, available to answer questions one-on-one and give you a full sense of the transportation ecosystem that we are building as Trimble.  The Expo Hall featured the in.sight LAB, where attendees could book appointments with our technical experts to walk through our solutions in greater detail.

 


Our one Trimble booth gave attendees a chance to meet our team and get a glimpse at the future of transportation technology.

 

5. Leaving inspired with an engaging closing session.  To wrap up our time in Houston, NASA astronaut Leland Melvin joined us on Wednesday to deliver a closing keynote.  Melvin shared his unique story of perseverance and how he overcame personal and professional obstacles to ultimately reach the stars.

After his remarks, Melvin engaged the audience in a question-and-answer session, covering a wide range of topics from space exploration and the future of science and math education to where he sees space travel heading in the coming years.  His powerful remarks left attendees inspired and ready to embrace innovation and overcome challenges within their organizations.

 


NASA Astronaut Leland Melvin delivered an inspiring closing keynote on how to overcome obstacles and achieve success.

 

With 2018’s event already behind us, we are gearing up for another great event in 2019: we will be headed back to Houston September 15-18, 2019.

That doesn’t mean you have to wait until then to start realizing the latest innovations from Trimble.  Contact us today to learn more about how you can start utilizing all of our solutions to ensure you have the technology in place to help you advance safety and efficiency – both today and in the months and years to come.

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