After the Conference is Before the Conference - UNITRACC will be presented on the 2006 No-Dig Show in Nashville
Nov 03, 2005
The successful international No-Dig Conference in Rotterdam has just ended and the developers of UNITRACC have arrived back home with the No-Dig Award in their luggage, but they are already busy preparing for the next international event. The repeatedly awarded web-based platform for information, learning and working in sewer and pipeline construction will be presented on the 2006 No-Dig Show in Nashville (USA).
On more than 3000 pages, divided into the areas "Information", "Learning" and "Working", UNITRACC offers valuable, multi-media expert information, helpful tools for the everyday work of engineers and in addition, practically-oriented simulations and animations that complete the comprehensive spectrum of knowledge of the platform for sewer and pipeline construction. Especially for engineering consultants, communities, but also for students the web portal is a true enrichment. Particularly the linking of the areas "Working" and "Learning" is in the centre of attention: in this way all components of information are available in the different areas due to the unique structure. The integration of practically-oriented tools enables a high level of real-life education and training.
Reading up on the variety of valuable information on the internet and in libraries would mean endless hours of work or the purchase of various reference books. With UNITRACC a unique portal has been developed which bundles this data and presents it to the user in a corresponding way.
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