The digitalisation of entire cities and the creation of digital twins for urban areas are two other areas where geoinformation takes centre stage. Geodata is some of the most important data worldwide and the basis for the city of the future.
Business, science and public administration are all struggling to find suitably qualified specialists in geodesy, geoinformation and land management. The brand-new Geoinnovation Campus will be placed quite deliberately right at the heart of the trade fair action to offer a great opportunity for students, employers, start-ups, universities and associations to mingle
With geoinformation forming the DNA of the digital transformation, INTERGEO will be exploring the cosmos of a digitalised working world and presenting ultramodern industry solutions for business and consumer applications. Ongoing developments in the core industry, engineering geodesy and the influences of related disciplines will all be on show.
The big step the building industry is about to take towards digitalisation also directly affects the geospatial community. This development will be presented and discussed in great detail together with related disciplines at INTERGEO. The third dimension will take on a new, far-reaching significance, initially for surveying.
All business is local. And digitalisation is no exception. Local administrations are facing a huge challenge. In this context, the geoindustry can and must realise its potential and assume its coordinating role. The conference will discuss new approaches and highlight practical experiences.
The potential applications of UAVs are many and varied. With the ongoing technological advances new applications are constantly being added. It is therefore interesting to look at commercial users’ actual reasons for using UAVs. One in three drone flights is for monitoring or surveillance, eight out of ten drones fly for surveying.
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