After three successful days of EXPO and CONFERENCE, the 25th INTERGEO in Stuttgart has drawn to a close.
INTERGEO EXPO and CONFERENCE opens in Stuttgart.
For the first time, companies, start-ups, students, school pupils, universities and associations are coming together at INTERGEO 2019 to create an interactive area focussing specifically on careers, young talent, education and innovation.
25th anniversary of INTERGEO / Round Table with industry experts / Heightened global standing of the leading trade fair for geodesy, geoinformation and land management / Digitalisation and data boost added value of applications and services, also for people – providing they’re put to good use.
From 17 to 19 September in Stuttgart, more than 680 exhibitors will be providing insights into the highly dynamic geospatial sector / The conference deals with the growing importance of geodata and the resulting opportunities / Key focuses are drones, smart cities and BIM / Presale tickets released for the industry’s most important event worldwide
Basic principles for smart city solutions already exist / A multidisciplinary approach is required / Open data is vital for cross-industry platforms / INTERGEO 2019 asks what the geospatial sector contributes to smart cities?
The volume of data generated worldwide is exploding / Geospatial industry plays a key role in gathering and processing / Geoinformation as the basis for a new currency of the future / INTERGEO in Stuttgart from 17 to 19 September
Frankfurt/Karlsruhe, 18 October 2018 | A highly successful INTERGEO 2018 drew to a close today in Frankfurt. The trade fair and conference reinforced their credentials as the world’s number one communications and networking forum for the geo-IT sector. “The industry is embracing digitalisation in all its fascinating facets,” sums up DVW President Hansjörg Kutterer.
Frankfurt/Karlsruhe, 16 October 2018 | “Digitalisation is turning our industry upside down. We can either take note of this or play an active role in the process. INTERGEO 2018 is the place to find people who have opted for the latter and promote geodesy, geoinformation and land management as independent skills in the digital revolution.” This was the thrust of the address given by Professor Hansjörg Kutterer, President of event host DVW, at the traditional opening ceremony for the INTERGEO trade fair and conference for geodesy, geoinformation and land management, held the evening before the event. In his view, our awareness of the wide-ranging facets of digitalisation will play a key role in its development. In the Emperors’ Hall of Frankfurt town hall, Kutterer called for people to use INTERGEO to gain a better understanding of digitalisation, create networks and present original ideas.
Karlsruhe, Frankfurt/Main, October 9, 2018. Professor Harald Simons has become renowned for making controversial predictions that are not always welcomed. As a member of the “Immobilienweisen” expert panel for the German Property Federation (ZIA) for many years, as well as a board member at the Empirica research group, Simons triggered a huge torrent of diverse reactions and counterarguments when the Spring Real Estate Industry Report 2018 was published. At the INTERGEO CONFERENCE this year, he is set to spark lively debate once again with his keynote speech – scheduled for 9:30 a.m. on Thursday, 16 October.
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