International events organiser Montgomery Asia announced that Geo Connect Asia (GCA) returns to the physical sphere this June to explore fast-developing solutions in the geospatial community. GCA 2022 is expected to host more than 50 leading companies from around the world and attract 2,500 professional visitors and delegates.
Themed “Geospatial & Location Intelligence Solutions for Asia – Underground, Land & Sea to Sky”, GCA 2022 will run on 1 and 2 June 2022 at the Marina Bay Sands Expo & Convention Centre in Singapore. The Conference will address key issues of data collection, storage, interoperability and utilisation. With the application of artificial intelligence (AI) and data analytics a Geospatial 4.0 world advances one step closer to becoming a reality.
Visitors can look forward to a comprehensive showcase of the latest technologies and solutions for government and non-for-profit markets and multiple industry verticals.
The event will be held alongside its two complementary industry profiles – Digital Construction Asia (DCA) and Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Asia – and will comprise a virtual component on www.GeoConnectAsia.com where participants can schedule meetings, meet exhibitors and watch the live streaming conference online for virtual delegates.
Geo Connect Asia Conference
With the theme “Imagination meets reality: placing geospatial solutions at the heart of decision-making”, the Geo Connect Asia Conference 2022 will facilitate knowledge and insights sharing among industry players to address some of the world’s leading challenges in the geospatial and location intelligence community. Packed into two full days, the conference will comprise over ten fireside chats featuring over 60 prominent industry speakers, panellists and moderators including Tim Stonor, Architect & Urban Planner of Space Syntax, Nina Yang, Vice President of Singapore Institute of Planners, John Whitehead, Senior Director of Sales and Distribution, APAC of Trimble Inc, Kevin Weil, President of Product and Business at Planet, and Faheem Khan, President Asia of Hexagon Geosystems, among many others.