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INTERGEO in Stuttgart Looks to Mapping’s Future

August 4, 2015  - By
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GPS World staff will cover the 2015 INTERGEO Trade Show, being held Sept. 15–17 in Stuttgart, Germany. The show opens with keynote speeches by Chris Cappelli (Esri) on location platforms and Georg Gartner (Vienna University of Technology) on the future of the map.

INSPIRE examines geo-issues from a European perspective, providing practical examples and focusing on further development of this European directive. Other central themes include geodata as a basis for construction management and land development, as well as issues relating to property markets and valuation.

A panel discussion on the second day tackles geospatial Information with a high-profile panel of speakers: Bengt Kjellson (UN-GGIM Europe), Ola Rollen (Hexagon), Steve Berglund (Trimble) and Chris Cappelli (Esri). Another key topic is geoinformation and mobility. DDGI and DVW will be addressing this together and discussing practical examples in two event strands.

A Big Data discussion focuses on the rapid development of data capture, processing and presentation as well as the direct integration of data into business processes.

As important as data may be in the digital world, it is also crucial to have the right visualization concepts in place. This will be demonstrated through presentations on German Cartographers’ Day, which will form part of INTERGEO.

Tap into our up-to-the-minute show coverage here at gpsworld.com and via Twitter (@GPSWorld). Below are the GPS World videos from INTERGEO 2014.

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