Day two of INTERGEO EXPO and CONFERENCE starts for you with great cutlery! Start your INTERGEO day today with a good keynote portion on the topic of Smart City, and satisfy your hunger for knowledge with a panel discussion on the importance of BIM in Germany. Afterwards, things will continue in the same vein: Smart City will accompany you through your CONFERENCE day in a tasty and easily digestible way: Smart Cities, Connected Urban Twins, sensor data, real-time applications and Urban Twins as innovation drivers for cities and municipalities. The CONFERENCE plays on topics of today, and provides a glimpse into the future of geospatial applications.

Moving on to the EXPO Stages: Maritime Solutions and Earth Observation feed the programme of Sage 1 in Hall 1.2. Stage 2 in Hall 5.2 is dedicated to BIM, career impulses and pitches of excellent Bachelor's and Master's theses. Applications and use cases of Unmanned Systems will be presented in the Unmanned Systems Area in Hall 3.2. And there will also be great cinema tomorrow in the

BIM CINEMA: Hands on and very practical going deep into the practice of BIM from morning to night!

Day one debuted with keynote speakers such as Jack Dangermond, founder and CEO of ESRI, Professor Paul Becker, President of the Federal Agency for Cartography and Geodesy and with Scott Crozier from Trimble. INTERGEO was opened by Professor Rudolf Staiger, President of the organiser DVW e.V. The message on day one: anyone who wants sustainability cannot avoid the geospatial community from science and industry. The basis of socially, ecologically and economically sustainable decisions lies in the understanding of the Earth system. The translation tool for target groups worldwide on sustainability issues: geoinformation from earth observation and many other sensors.