The Trimble Business Center (TBC) Power Week series is back in 2022. Join the TBC team, Trimble representatives, and UPG (Ultimate Positioning Group) for intense hands-on product training, workflow discussions, and industry collaboration across survey and construction field to finish workflows.

We welcome end-users and Geospatial Distribution Partners to apply for this week-long in-person training event in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre – Clarendon Room G. This event will begin on Monday, June 20th and end on Friday, June 24th from 8 am to 4 pm each day.

Target Audience + Application

This event is for those with intermediate to advanced TBC software skills who are looking to solidify their abilities and increase their productivity.
The TBC Power Week is limited to 25 participants. If more than 25 people apply, first preference will be given to Australian and New Zealand end-users. Geospatial Distribution Partners who apply and are selected will be asked to present or assist with one or more sessions.

To apply, click the button below – or the full link here –

The application deadline is Friday, April 22nd, 2022. We will notify the selected participants by Monday, May 2nd, 2022. Accepted participants will be provided with further details and logistics as well as some getting started information prior to the Power Week. It is expected that attendees have the latest TBC version installed and licensed. Datasets and presentations will be provided ahead of time and attendees should have both readily available at the start of Power Week.


  1. Refine your understanding of TBC and related survey and construction workflows
  2. Gain valuable takeaways to improve your survey and construction operations
  3. Influence the future of TBC product development
  4. Become a TBC Power User


The agenda will follow a series of discussions and exercises that explore specific workflows within TBC. There will be time in the class to ask additional questions and look at other aspects of the software that may be important to you individually.

Day 1
Monday, June 20th
● Introduction + Initial Questions
● Data Import from Trimble Access
● Grid + Ground Coordinates, Background Maps
● Traverse + Parcel Creation (Total Station Editor, Create COGO)
● GNSS, Optical, + Level Data Reduction + Adjustment
Day 2
Tuesday, June 21st
● Network Adjustment + Custom Reporting
● Aerial Photogrammetry Processing (DJI Phantom 4 RTK)
● Register + Georeference Laser Scan Data
● Mobile Mapping Data
Day 3
Wednesday, June 22nd
● Point Cloud Classification, Segmentation, + Feature Extraction
● Feature Code Processing + Measure Codes
● Surfaces + Contours
● Site Draughting, Plotting, + CAD Exports
Day 4
Thursday, June 23rd
● Alignment + corridor workflows from TBC into Trimble Access
● Exports to Trimble Access
● IFC + SketchUp Models with Scan Inspections
● SiteVision + Clarity Exports – outdoors onsite demo?
● GIS Esri Connection
Day 5
Friday, June 24th
● ANZ Toolbox + localisation focus with TMLs
● Power Week Session Review
● Open Discussion + Break out sessions, as needed
● TBC Future Direction
● Feedback + Certificate Presentation

Your Hosts

The exercises will be led by a group of Trimble and UPG TBC experts. Trimble will be represented by:

● Jeff Ryan – Trimble Business Center Product Manager
● Steven Sheppard – Geospatial Solution Specialist
● Joe Blecha – Survey and Mapping Software Market Manager
● Luke Johnson – Field Software Technical Product Manager


The cost of the event, including materials, facility, and lunches, is A$795. Accepted applicants will receive purchasing instructions. There will be two evening group events covered by Trimble and UPG. Participants are responsible for their own cost of travel to Melbourne and hotel accommodations. Hotel recommendations will be provided for accepted attendees under a group rate if possible.

Event Disclaimer

Due to current and ongoing global situations, this event is subject to cancellation or postponement at any time. Trimble will communicate any changes as soon as possible and recommends participants make all travel costs reimbursable as a precaution. All local Covid-19 protocols and regulations will be strictly followed.