INTERGEO is the world’s largest and most important conference trade fair in the field of digital geoinformation.
INTERGEO in Frankfurt from 16 – 18 October 2018 will cleary show what digital change in the field of geoinformation means – from the collection of data in the most diverse ways, through processing, to the applications and business models that the digital change comes with.
The top issues 2018:
Digitalisation: in the context of geoinformation
KI: applications of artificial intelligence, with virtual and overlapped realities.
BIM: Digital Construction & Applications of BIM
Smart City: Smart Mobility and autonomous driving at SMART CITY SOLUTIONS
UAV/Drones: Data acquisition with Unmanned Aerial Vehicles at INTERAERIAL SOLUTIONS
INTERGEO is kicking off 2018 with a forward-thinking conference programme. Under the headline “Geoinformation – the DNA of digitalisation”, this year’s event is focusing on the digital transformation of business and society. From 16 to 18 October 2018, the INTERGEO conference in Frankfurt will contextualise key developments and scenarios for a geoinformation-based digital future. “As a cutting-edge location for both businesses and universities that boasts an excellent international reputation, Frankfurt offers the perfect conditions for hosting this leading international trade fair. Over the course of three days, the spotlight will be placed on the products, solutions, know-how, innovations and visions behind geoinformation in the era of digitalisation,” explains Prof. Hansjörg Kutterer, President of the INTERGEO host, DVW (German Society for Geodesy, Geoinformation and Land Management). “And we confidently label geoinformation the DNA of digitalisation. After all, in the same way as humans are shaped by their genes, geoinformation is steering the digital revolution.”The key focus of this year’s INTERGEO is on digitalisation in the context of geoinformation, smart cities and villages, virtual and augmented reality, UAV applications, career opportunities and recruitment.
The event presents the ideal opportunity to explore key topics surrounding the digital revolution, smart cities and ever-advancing technological developments such as artificial intelligence and augmented and virtual reality. Tickets for the conference and trade fair are available now. Keynote speeches, panel discussions and industry-focused exhibitions will demonstrate the bright prospects for the future geodata industry.