Taking the Stage at Intergeo - 03/07/2019
GIM International has been serving a worldwide audience of mapping and surveying professionals for more than 30 years. In addition to our print, online and social media channels, we are always on the lookout for other ways of highlighting all the innovation going on in the geospatial industry. Therefore, we are delighted to be taking the stage again during the conference programme at the Forum on the third day of this year’s Intergeo (Thursday 19 September).
Over the decades, we have published countless features about state-of-the-art technical developments in our industry, shared challenging case studies employing the latest survey methods, zoomed in on the advancing capabilities of sensors, reported the rise of new technologies to capture our environment and provided context for how our readers can benefit from it all. We have always done our utmost to bring you the latest product-related and business news covering the entire geospatial spectrum – first by distributing our magazines across the globe, and subsequently also through our website, weekly e-newsletter and more recently our social media channels. In view of the growing challenges facing our planet, the need for us to continue in our mission is greater than ever. Although the landscape for media and publishing companies has changed considerably over the years, we are determined to remain your number-one source of information about the comprehensive field of geomatics.
We are also always on the lookout for other ways of highlighting all the innovation going on in the geospatial industry which is why we are pleased to have been invited to put together the conference programme at the Forum on the third day of this year’s Intergeo (Thursday 19 September). We have managed to secure two renowned keynote speakers from the mapping industry, as well as nine other high-profile experts from research institutions and pioneering companies in our business. The GIM International conference track is divided into two sessions: the morning and the afternoon. The morning session, titled ‘Geomatics in the Next Decade’, will give you a realistic yet enthralling glimpse into the geospatial future. Meanwhile the afternoon session, titled ‘The Many Faces of Mobile Mapping’, will cover all the advancements in mobile mapping, whether the system is mounted on a car, on a train, on a drone or on your back. I hope you will come and see GIM International take the stage on this inspiring day at the world’s leading trade fair for geodesy, geoinformation and land management, which this year is being held in Stuttgart. You won’t regret it!
Interested in attending the GIM International conference track? Your individual code for a free Intergeo ticket is: GIM-INTERGEO19. Enter the code here.
Last updated: 29/11/2019