Global solutions for Asia's geospatial & location intelligence markets
18 – 19 March 2020
Geospatial and location-based solutions driving the digital future.
The 4.0 Industrial Revolution is opening the door to a new wave of applications for geospatial science to grow its role in business, government and society at large.
Asia has been identified as the world’s leading market for geospatial and location intelligence for the next two decades. While China and India can be defined as markets with specific national interests, the ASEAN region breathes diversity and togetherness and a vibrant inter-country free trade environment.
The Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) comprises ten countries with a combined population exceeding 650 million and an annual GDP of US$ 3.2 trillion; the grouping comprises Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam. By 2020, it is believed ASEAN will have the world’s fourth largest economy.
Geo Connect Asia in Singapore looks to host their ASEAN neighbours and build on a vibrant community as new technologies add new application tools to enable the 4.0 Industrial Revolution. The emergence of AI, blockchain, IoT, robotics and UAVs create a new dynamic and platforms for a region well equipped to take on the challenges ahead.
Supported by Geoworks & SGTech with Singapore Land Authority, Ordnance Survey & The ASIA Miner as the knowledge partners, GCA20 Conference will provide the platform for corporates, regulators, think tanks, tech start-ups to come together to discuss global geospatial development and challenges
ASEAN No 1 Focus
Geo Connect Asia specifically focuses on the government, business and societal needs of the ASEAN region with Singapore at the centre. Infrastructure development and construction are seen to be an essential part of the region’s growth economy.
Building is Big
The urbanisation of Asia underpins the growth of the building and construction sectors. BIM and new technologies are improving the processes as Smart Cities create a focus for economic development. The ASEAN Smart City Network comprises 36 cities.
A 2 day high impact event
Two days of exhibition, conference, seminars and networking will be preceded by a government to government conference organised by Ordnance Survey International for national mapping agencies.
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