D2 shortlisted for “Best Use of Digital Technology in a Project” award

D2 has been shortlisted for the “Best Use of Digital Technology in a Project” award at this year’s TechFest awards.

This recognizes our work leveraging games development software to create innovative and interactive site inductions in partnership with Network Rail. Over a nine-month period, we worked closely with key stakeholders to design, trial, and implement a new web-based system. The project aims to replace the existing paper-based process with a new digital solution that is currently being trialled on seven depots.

You can read more about the project itself here.

It’s an honour for D2 to be considered a contender for this award and we are thrilled by the nomination. We look forward to the awards ceremony in November!


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