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  • 15 June 2022 08:00 AM      09:00 AM

    Join the Project 13 Digital Transformation Pillar to celebrate the on-line launch of the Annual Digital Benchmarking Report 2021 on 15 June 2022 at 9:00 BST by REGISTERING HERE.
    The Report, powered by the Smart Infrastructure Index, surveys members of the Infrastructure Client Group Digital Transformation Task Group, including Project 13 Adopters: Anglian Water, East West Rail, Environment Agency, Heathrow, Network Rail and Sellafield
    After Mark Enzer, Chair Project 13 Digital Transformation Pillar, introduces the report, Andy Moulds and Anna Bowskill, Mott MacDonald, will uncover the results of the latest research into the state of the nation for digital adoption and maturity.
    This will be followed by a panel of industry thoughts leaders and practitioners, chaired by Melissa Zanocco, sharing their views and best practice case studies including:
    Karen Alford, Environment Agency – skills Matt Edwards, Anglian Water – digital twins Sarah Hayes, CReDo – Climate Resilience Demonstrator digital twin Neil Picthall, Sellafield – common data environments Matt Webb, UK Power Networks – digital operating models Will Varah, Infrastructure & Projects Authority – Transforming Infrastructure Performance: Roadmap to 2030 REGISTER to find out how much progress has been made at a time when digital transformation is a critical enabler for solving the global, systemic challenges facing the planet.
    Please note: We plan to make a recording of the event available. Please note that third parties, including other delegates may also take pictures or record videos and audio and process the same in a variety of ways, including by posting content across the web and social media platforms.

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