Wednesday 23rd - Thursday 24th March
Sands Expo & Convention Centre, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
Geo Connect Asia 2022 launches with focus on addressing key regional challenges
- Introducing new markets: geospatial solutions in demand
- Well-supported by event partners
Geo Connect Asia 2022
23rd & 24th March, Singapore
Featuring geospatial technologies, digital construction, unmanned aerial vehicles and more. Express your interest to exhibit now.
Geo Connect Asia looks to host their ASEAN neighbours and build on a vibrant community as new technologies add new application tools to enable the Industry 4.0 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.
The world has undergone significant change, and there is no doubt that the construction industry was negatively impacted by the pandemic events of 2020. Now, more than ever, there is a pressing need to embrace digitalisation to sustain current projects and improve productivity.
One useful aspect of Digital Twins is that it combines all of the information in a platform, which it is kept up to date to reflect not just the current plan, but the actual state and health of the city system as time progresses. See how cities are accelerating the decision-making processes during all phases of the asset lifecycle.
“AFLAG, the Federation of Land Surveying and Geomatics and its members are critical partners in the reinvigoration of the ASEAN economy, where there are emerging signs of a pivotal focus on infrastructure investment and upgrading skills as part of the transformation of the construction industry. Through the ever-improving use of new digital applications the region’s surveying and geomatics industries look forward to driving change and attracting a new wave of talent to the professions.”
"Geospatial has a lot of potentials for PropTech and real estate. Through digitalising our physical world and combining it with data and artificial intelligence, we can come up with technologies useful for planning and construction to asset management, one of the examples is automated valuation models. Asia region does not lack the technical skills to do so, however, data openness is the biggest barrier to create spatial technological advancement."
“CDAS constantly strives towards initiatives & solutions that would benefit the container logistics industry. As the industry expands upwards in land scarce Singapore, so too does the need for better geospatial tracking technology to keep track of the numerous assets belonging to all players in the supply chain. With technology such as CTR and ePayment, we look forward to uplifting the industry once again and help improve turnaround time and bring about conveniences for the various operators involved in the supply chain."
"Planet is enabling customers in agriculture, government, forestry, sustainability, and many other sectors to use timely satellite data to better understand their challenges, make better decisions, and generate real value. It’s inspiring to see our users leverage Planet data to better monitor, record, and coordinate their assets, and we’re excited to highlight some of this disruptive work at Geo Connect Asia."
“REDAS is pleased to partner GCA which seeks to showcase a full suite of geospatial technologies for the real estate industry – a new perspective of digitalising at different stages of the building from planning, design, fabrication, construction, and asset management. We look forward to collaborating with our value chain partners as we embark on the transformation journey to improving the overall liveability in the built environment and fostering a more sustainable future.”
“As we innovate, we must introduce newer and better technologies in a cost-efficient way to allow for wider adoption across industries. Geo Connect Asia 2021 is THE platform to showcase emerging technologies and products and network with the key opinion leaders across APAC in the geospatial services market.”