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InterGEO 2015

Altes Schloss, Stuttgart, Germany

The 2015 InterGEO Trade Fair and Conference for Geodesy, Geoinformation and Land Management will take place at Landesmesse Stuttgart GmbH in Stuttgart, Germany from September 15 to 17, 2015.

It attracts 16,000 visitors from 92 countries who work in the surveying, geoinformation, remote sensing and photogrammetry fields. This is the event’s 21st year.

The 2015 InterGEO Trade Fair and Conference for Geodesy, Geoinformation and Land Management will take place at Landesmesse Stuttgart GmbH in Stuttgart, Germany from September 15 to 17, 2015.

It attracts 16,000 visitors from 92 countries who work in the surveying, geoinformation, remote sensing and photogrammetry fields. This is the event’s 21st year.

The conference will cover a wide variety of fields, ranging from surveying, geoinformation, remote sensing and photogrammetry to complementary solutions and technologies, and is a platform for areas of innovation that are enjoying dynamic growth. Processing, using and analysing geodata on the Internet or in the field and the associated solutions will be presented and discussed by experts at INTERGEO. Suppliers of future technologies showcase themselves at venues such as the Open Source Park and the Innovation Park for young, innovative companies.

The conference will open with keynote speeches by Chris Cappelli (Esri Inc.) on “The Age of the Location Platform: How Mapping and GIS are Transforming the Work Environment” and Prof. Georg Gartner (TU Wien, Vienna University of Applied Sciences), President of the International Cartographic Association, on “The Future of the Map – the Map of the Future."

Another highlight will be the panel discussion held on the second day on the topic, “Geospatial information – a key element for emerging markets”. The high-profile panel of speakers includes Bengt Kjellson (UN-GGIM Europe), Ola Rollen (Hexagon), Steve Berglund (Trimble) and  Cappelli.

The fair is organized by DVW e.V. – German Society for Geodesy, Geoinformation and Land Management.