Registered attendees of Trimble Dimensions, held Nov. 5-7 in Las Vegas, can now create their own personalized conference schedule.

Trimble Dimensions 2012 offers over unique sessions – including many sessions that qualify for Professional Development Hours (PDH) as well as hands-on training sessions at both offsite locations and a computer lab. Sessions range from one-hour classroom presentations to three-hour hands-on training sessions, and are presented by both Trimble and industry experts.

The Dimensions Session e-Scheduler is an easy-to-use tool that allows you to view all available sessions and reserve space before it fills up. Many sessions have limited seating, so the e-Scheduler can help you attend the sessions you need to.

To access the Dimensions e-Scheduler, click here.

Trimble also announced their keynote speakers for the conference. Each day kicks-off with a general session featuring a variety of speakers. This year’s topics range from increasing profitability to building leadership to company insight.

Speakers include:

  • Steve Berglund, president and CEO, Trimble. Steve will open the conference with a discussion about how the new era of technology convergence is transforming the way work is done across a range of industries globally.
  • Adrian Gostick, best-selling business author and nationally recognized speaker. Hear Adrian present how companies can increase profitability by creating an engaging and satisfied work environment
  • Danny Forster, TV Host, practicing designer and nationally known speaker. As the host of the Science Channel Series, Build it Bigger, Danny Forster travels the world in search of incredible feats of architecture and infrastructure. Travel the globe and visit these amazing structures!
  • Steve Farber, best-selling author and leadership guru. Learn from an expert in the cultivation and development of extreme leaders how to discover the true measure of greatness and how to develop leaders who are greater than you.

Register for Trimble Dimensions before Oct. 12 and save $200 before rates increase. Click here for more information.