Karlsruhe/Frankfurt, 20 March 2018 | Digital through and through, and it’s all thanks to geoinformation. True to its slogan “Geoinformation – the DNA of digitalisation”, INTERGEO is kicking off the year with a pioneering conference programme. As the live platform for this truly dynamic high-tech sector, INTERGEO is showcasing top speakers and cutting-edge topics in digitalisation and its technologies – from cloud solutions and artificial intelligence to the applications and processes of virtual and augmented reality. Be part of the action from day one!
Berlin/Karlsruhe, 28 September 2017 | After three incredibly successful days in Berlin, INTERGEO 2017 has drawn to a close. The trade fair and conference have been carried on the crest of the unstoppable wave that is digitalisation. Displaying a truly impressive spirit of innovation, INTERGEO confirmed its position as the world's most important communications and networking forum for geo-IT.
Berlin/Karlsruhe, 26 September 2017 | Digitalisation is rapidly changing things we have long been familiar with and revolutionising how we look at our environment and the way it is planned. This was the thrust of the address given by Professor Hansjörg Kutterer, President of event host DVW, at the traditional opening ceremony for the INTERGEO trade fair and conference for geodesy, geoinformation and land management, held the evening before the event. Speaking in the Berlin State Library, Kutterer painted a picture of an industry of pioneers and geodesy 4.0 that will be able to use digital methods to adapt to the growing and changing requirements of the future in a customer-friendly way. If you want to keep up to speed, then a visit to INTERGEO in Germany’s capital city is an absolute must.
Karlsruhe/Berlin, 17 August 2017 | Visitors, bear in mind: Secure your ticket online and get the early-bird discount. Until 18 August you can save up to 15% of three packed GEO-IT days.
Karlsruhe/Berlin, 24, July 2017 | When geo IT experts from the worlds of business and science sat down together at a roundtable for INTERGEO and got talking, they put together a picture of geo IT’s significance and role at the present time and looking ahead as the transformation to a digital future takes shape. The experts concluded that intelligent geo applications will provide the answers to pressing issues that arise in the future.
Karlsruhe/Berlin, 19, June 2017 | Digitalisation and the ubiquitous availability of images have resulted in a new golden age for photogrammetry! The driving force behind the processes is science, while the one behind the associated applications is business – because images are now being evaluated digitally in an automated process with the utmost precision at up to real-time speeds. What’s more, they are generated by sensors located in everything from cars and drones to aircraft and satellites. The amazing undreamt of developments this is setting in motion will be on show at INTERGEO 2017 in Berlin and the INTERGEO conference.
Morgenstadt network joining INTERGEO in Berlin / Keen interest in Smart City Solutions / INTERGEO conference to focus on mobility and energy / EU’s TRIANGULUM project forms blueprint for other cities
Karlsruhe/Berlin, 25 May 2017 | The INTERGEO conference will be hosting what promises to be an exceptionally transparent panel discussion between open data officers. They will be leaving no stone uncovered: Can open data meet the high expectations vested in it as a driver of innovation and engine of industry? Or does reality seem to fall short? If so, what are the sticking points? And what security risks does transparency pose in an era of cyber attacks and international terrorism? The INTERGEO conference offers an exciting insight into the current open data policy of Germany’s federal government, its regional administrations and the European Union.
Drones are revolutionizing our world the way smartphones did before! The value of potential drone-based business applications is currently estimated at around 130 billion dollars / Rapid developments – new drone applications are being developed and tested around the world / Focus on legal framework conditions
Berlin, Germany 25, April 2017 | The 65th Cartography Conference run by the German Society for Cartography (DGfK) in 2017 is dedicated to smart cartography. At INTERGEO 2017, the community is showcasing its credentials as an innovative scientific discipline that excels in the digital representation of the environment and setting new accents with its smart maps.
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