Welcome to the second edition of Unearthed. For those who haven’t seen Unearthed before, it is a special report designed to bring you innovative thinking and industry relevant perspectives, for those who have an interest in what’s going on beneath the surface.

After such a fantastic response from our inaugural edition of Unearthed, where we focused on digital transformation, we have chosen to focus this edition on data and the challenges and opportunities it brings to our industry. This is a key topic our customers tell us is on their minds.

In this edition, we have some great perspectives from experts within Seequent, within the civil engineering industry and a really insightful interview with the Director of Strategy and Operations at Google – who know a thing or two about data and how to use it!

We are delighted to say that since we launched Leapfrog Works just a few months ago, the response around the globe has been amazing. Take a look at some of the interesting stories from our customers in this report.

Daniel Wallace General Manager, Civil and Environmental Industries, Seequent

Daniel Wallace
General Manager, Civil and
Environmental Industries, Seequent

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Stories from this edition

Auckland landscape from Mt Eden
Civil Success

Aurecon and Seequent Leading the Way for Digital Engineering

Aurecon are the Principal Technical Advisors on Auckland’s largest ever infrastructure project - find out…
Group talking
The age of data

The Future of Data and Technology: Interview with Google’s Craig Fenton

Craig Fenton, Google's Director of Strategy and Operation, shared his thoughts with us about the…
City landscape
The age of data

When data goes bad

In the age of data, here are seven examples of when data goes bad.
The Hong Kong–Zhuhai–Macau Bridge
The age of data

The Hong Kong–Zhuhai–Macau Bridge

The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge connects Hong Kong Airport to Macau and Zhuhai across the Pearl…
Drill with two men standing closeby
The age of data

Not just for the big projects

Smarter use of data should benefit construction projects at all scales, but it’s not an…
The age of data

Why is data interoperability still a thorn in the side of Civil Engineering?

Pat McLarin tackles 5 questions on the Civil and Environmental Industries’ elusive holy grail.
city landscape at night
The age of data

How will smarter data transform Civil Engineering in the next five years?

We asked five experts "what do they see in their data crystal ball?"
aerial city landscape at night
The age of data

Learning to thrive in the data ecosystem

From openness to ethics, the issues that swirl around data are vast and varied.
The age of data

Incredible Engineering projects

Some of the incredible engineering projects around the world.