'GIM International' Guides You through Intergeo 2019 - 29/08/2019
Intergeo is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, marking an excellent occasion for the geospatial industry to showcase the latest achievements. Stuttgart will host this year's edition of the world's leading trade show for the mapping and surveying profession, although the event has in recent years grown into a much broader and interdisciplinary meeting place for more than just the geoinformation sector alone. The September/October issue of 'GIM International' magazine presents a series of renowned companies that are exhibiting at Intergeo 2019.
In addition, GIM International will be present in various ways during the three-day geospatial community gathering in Stuttgart. You will find our bumper Intergeo issue of GIM International everywhere, whether it is in our 'Grow your Knowledge' bag that will be distributed to the early visitors at the entrance every day, or in one of the media corners in the exhibitor halls – or of course at our booth (A3.052) which we will be sharing with Geo-matching, the online product platform for surveying, positioning and machine guidance.
But there is more in store. On Thursday, we will be organizing two sessions at the Intergeo conference, with renowned speakers from institutions and companies within the geomatics profession. The first part of the GIM International conference track is titled ‘Geomatics in the Next Decade’ and will start at 9:30 in the Forum with the keynote address of Esri’s Lawrie Jordan. We can assure you that this session is going to feed you with intriguing new insights on the direction in which our industry is heading. The second track, also held in the Forum, is called ‘The Many Faces of Mobile Mapping’ and will provide you with the newest developments and trends in mobile and airborne mapping in all its forms, focusing on both photogrammetry and Lidar technology.
Be sure you make the most of your visit to Intergeo. At GIM International, we aim to be a good guide in order to get this mission accomplished. The hundreds of exhibitors will give you an extraordinary – and sometimes mind-boggling – impression of the industry as of today, and also a glimpse of tomorrow’s geospatial world. Don’t miss the opportunity to add the right context to your Intergeo experience and visit our conference sessions on Thursday!
If you would like to meet our team in person to discuss advertising and editorial opportunities, why not send an email to Sybout Wijma ([email protected]) or Wim van Wegen ([email protected]). If you would like to learn more about Geo-matching, get in touch with Peter Tapken ([email protected]). We wish you a valuable and pleasant time in Stuttgart!Last updated: 12/09/2019