Plenary 3: 5G+Geospatial - Shaping Digital Cities

Accurate geospatial information helps governments design better cities, improve public services and engage with citizens. And as cities get smarter, much of this location data have to be in real time. This is where Geospatial and 5G gets interconnected. 5G is the critical link for a smart, connected world – automated machines, driverless cars, IoT sensors, Blockchain, and other disruptive technologies require powerful network. 5G technology brings the next level of connectivity to industries and society that help in shaping digital cities. Top executives from the end user communities and industry will exchange thoughts and vision on the future of cities with the impending rollout of 5G+Geospatial.


ModeratorPaul Tullis, Independent Journalist, Author: The World Economy Runs on GPS,  USA,
Paul Tullis
Independent Journalist
Author: The World Economy Runs on GPS
Christopher De Preter, Chief Sales Officer, Hexagon Geospatial, Belgium
Christopher De Preter Chief Sales Officer
Hexagon Geospatial
Mohamed Mezghani, Secretary General, International Association of Public Transport, Belgium
Mohamed Mezghani Secretary General
International Association of Public Transport
Frank Pauli, Chief Executive Officer, CycloMedia Technology, The Netherlands
Frank Pauli Chief Executive Officer
CycloMedia Technology
The Netherlands
Malcolm Johnson, Deputy Secretary-General, International Telecommunication Union, Switzerland
Malcolm Johnson Deputy Secretary-General
International Telecommunication Union
Jeff Glueck, Chief Executive Officer, Foursquare, USA
Jeff Glueck Chief Executive Officer
Wim Herijgers, Group Director, Digital Innovation & Technology, Fugro, The Netherlands
Wim Herijgers Group Director, Digital Innovation & Technology
The Netherlands