Tuesday, 10 May 2022 1100-1930 hrs
Wednesday, 11 May 2022 0930-1800 hrs
Thursday, 12 May 2022 0930-1500 hrs


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DAY 1 / Tuesday, 10 May 2022 / Taets Art & Events Park
Time Theatre 1 (Exhibition Area)

Exhibition Opening & Coffee Break




Product Demos


Networking Reception in Exhibition Hall

DAY 2 / Wednesday, 11 May 2022 / Taets Art & Events Park
Time Exhibition Area
  Theatre 1 Theatre 2 Theatre 3

Dutch Innovations for Geography & Humanity
By Ruimteschepper

AI, Automation & Robotics

Training on Fundamentals of Photogrammetry and Imaging




Product Demos

AI, Automation & Robotics

Training on Fundamentals of Digital Twin


Networking Break


AI, Automation & Robotics

Training on High-Precision UAV Mapping using Lidar/Camera Payloads


Wine & Cheese

DAY 3 / Thursday, 12 May 2022 / Taets Art & Events Park
Time Exhibition Area
  Theatre 1 Theatre 2 Theatre 3
  Sessions start from 10AM onwards

Product Demos

HD Mapping

Training on Geospatial Standards
by OGC


Networking Break followed by Lunch




Date: 10 May 2022


Time: 1530-1550 hrs & 11 May 2022, 1450-1510 hrs

Emergence of Digital Twins in Spatial Planning and Urban Design Many sites, many possible solutions. Land-use decisions are complex, requiring an increased awareness of current reality alongside fundamental tools to model the built environment. Join this session to learn how communities are using ArcGIS Urban to test land use and zoning codes to solve housing challenges, build out sites with 3D modeling and metrics to illustrate new opportunities, and streamline the design review process by analyzing design proposals in context. In this session, you will explore the plan authoring tools in Urban to create and evaluate multiple scenarios using development feasibility metrics as feedback. This session is intended for those interested in a live, guided introduction to ArcGIS Urban, including municipal leadership, spatial planners, urban designers, real estate analysts, and GIS professionals.


Time: 1610-1630 hrs

Merkator will showcase the best of the two worlds we serve in order to create Better Networks and Safer Streets.

Marlin Digital Twin is our flagship software innovation with global ambitions. A true Digital Twin for Fiber Networks that can support Operations and Engineering teams with integrated GIS. Logical Inventory & Geospatial Asset Management brought to the next level. The key to your success is a true single-source-of-truth and how to ensure that all stakeholders have a common vision of your fast growing fiber networks across the entire enterprise.

Eaglebe is our successful SaaS software solution that makes the public space, say the streets and sidewalks, safer in the chaos of roadworks, intakes any kind, public events etc. An effective digital permit solution that could convince already 150 cities & municipalities in 5 years must create some value, no?
Curious ? Visit our booth to meet the people of Merkator and witness our innovations.

SpeakerLuc De Heyn, Chief Commercial Officer, Merkator, Belgium

Luc De Heyn

Chief Commercial Officer


Time: 1630-1650 hrs
RIEGL Mobile Mapping Systems for Efficient Data Capturing and Post-Processing

Mobile Laser Scanning has emerged as an established technology for capturing digital twins for various purposes, such as precise modelling of transportation infrastructure, smart city modelling, and as-built surveying.

There is a huge demand for mobile laser scanning systems that offer precision and efficiency as well as flexibility to be complemented with various different sub-systems. RIEGL’s leading-edge technology provides unique capabilities to achieve outstanding acquisition performance by combining RIEGL’s high accuracy mobile laser scanners with an extremely flexible and powerful imaging system that can be adapted to various different project requirements. Another key point for efficient and successful project execution is a powerful post-processing system. With RIEGL’s software suite for data acquisition and post-processing mobile laser scanning can be highly automated which reduces the need of labor-intensive interactions to a minimum. Furthermore, the ever-increasing amount of raw data needs scalability of parallel-processing offered by processing in server environments as well as in the cloud.

The presentation will provide an overview of the key features of RIEGL Mobile Laser Scanning Systems and introduces some reference projects.

Dr. Harald Teufelsbauer

Dr. Harald Teufelsbauer

RIEGL Manager Mobile Laser Scanning Business Division


Time: 1650-1710 hrs
Geospatial Innovation

Barjeel Aerial Photography Services (BAPS) is a geospatial service provider and a proud contributor of United Arab Emirate's economy. BAPS is in the GIS industry for 7 years and been engaged to several strategic projects of different government organizations in the UAE. BAPS has strong foundation executing different ways of data acquisition, collecting imagery using manned aircraft and unmanned aircraft vehicle using our newly acquired Fixar 007, BAPS is proudly official distributor in the Middle East. BAPS delivers a comprehensive range of GIS investigation, captures, stores, manages, and analyzes spatial data. 3D modelling is the new photogrammetric solution BAPS can offer. Over the years of experience, BAPS widen its scope to Robotic & Artificial Intelligence(AI) solutions. BAPS is highly expert in developing machine learning algorithms, chatbot software, neural network and deep learning algorithms, voice recognition software gives us the advantage, experience and domain expertise to recognize your challenges and provide you with the most efficient mode of implementation for your AI powered software.

Ibrahim Alobaidly

Ibrahim Alobaidly

Date: 11 May 2022


Time: 1330-1350hrs

what3words is an easy way to find and share exact locations. Every 3 metre square has been given a unique combination of three random words: a what3words address. Now you can find, share and navigate to precise locations using three simple words.

Geocoding customer addresses can be difficult. In addition, many assets do not have an address. On sites with multiple buildings, one address can cover the whole property. Now that every 3m in the world has a 3 word address, users can easily communicate the location of assets, improving efficiency and profitability.


Phoebe Parry-Crooke

Partnerships Manager


Time: 1350-1410 hrs

Flai develops a web-based application that automatically turns raw geospatial data into meaningful information. Point clouds, images, and satellite data are processed via advanced AI models – this complex work is done automatically on a scalable infrastructure which reduces time-to-process from months to days.

Our AI models are pre-trained on multiple data sources and can be used for processing right away. Also, our solution enables additional training of AI models. All annotations done on the web application are automatically used to generate better results. Retraining the AI model greatly reduces the time and cost needed for quality control and manual edits.

Nejc Dougan

Nejc Dougan



Time: 1410-1430 hrs
UP42 Overview - GWF 2022

UP42 is a marketplace for geospatial data and processing algorithms, offering access to many datasets such as optical satellite imagery, SAR imagery, aerial imagery, digital elevation model (DEM) data, AIS data, and more. Our partners include Airbus, Hexagon, Head Aerospace, Capella Space, and many more.

The goal of UP42 is to make accessing and processing geospatial data as streamlined as possible, offering an easy-to-use interface as well as an API for querying and consuming many datasets through a single platform. Our processing algorithms and cloud infrastructure also make it quicker to develop and scale your geospatial solutions.

Leo Wang

Leo Wang

Sales Team Lead


Time: 1430-1450 hrs


Time: 1510-1530 hrs

The ultimate goal is to stimulate and facilitate the ongoing growth of geoinformation and space data in the wider scene of the Platform and Data Economy, thus enabling new business opportunities for a fast-growing industry sector.

CLEOS is the e-GEOS’ answer to this “softwerization” scenario where the customer is at the center of a complex transformation of Customer-Service, Production and Delivery Chain, and even new product development.

CLEOS enables access to multiple satellites, in particular COSMO-SkyMed Constellation, today at the second generation, and non-satellite data sources through a facilitated UX supporting both expert and non-expert in the selection of the right and of the most fitting processing service to exploit the humongous value that GeoInformation can reveal. CLEOS is, indeed, able to run custom or precompiled processing pipeline data through its UI that enables The CLEOS Developer Portal for the expert to run their processing in a managed multi-CLOUD AI-ready environment, and the non-expert to extract the value from data using the ready-to-use processing pipelines.

Pier Francesco Cardillo

Pier Francesco Cardillo

Head - Digital Transformation


Time: 1530-1550 hrs

In 2022, Cyclomedia will take the next step in digitizing and visualizing The Netherlands. 3DNL is an 'aerial textured mesh' of the entire country, created together with Hexagon and hosted as a digital, three-dimensional environment in an online viewer. By using the latest production methods, in which the simultaneously collected Aerial LiDAR and oblique imagery are used to create a geometrically correct 3D model, you gain access to the most realistic digital representation of reality. With 3DNL you have a uniform three-dimensional image, to scale, of everything that can be found in the outdoor space. With this addition to Cyclomedia's existing data sources, you have an even better view of the outside world from behind your desk. Ideal for visualizations of your own work, as well as for visualizations to residents and other stakeholders.

Flai provides quality AI models that are pretrained using multiple data sources and can be used for processing right away. The main advantage is that we provide a solution to additionally train the AI models in order to improve your results. All annotations done on the web application are directly used automatically to generate better results. In the long run, retraining the AI model greatly reduces the time and cost needed for quality control and manual edits.

Thomas Pelzer

Thomas Pelzer

Product Manager


Time: 1550-1610hrs

ODIQ, a Google Maps based platform developed by Localyse to the rescue for cut-through traffic situations.

Cities and municipalities often ask us for objective data: travel times, bottlenecks and Origin-Destination analysis. The most common question is related to identifying cut-through traffic. That’s why we have added a new feature to the ODIQ platform, called the ‘Branching Analysis’.

Cut-through traffic is a major issue for cities. When the main roads get crowded during rush hour, drivers choose all sorts of different routes: through the city center or suburban areas. This causes significant nuisance. Examples are:

  • Traffic jams
  • Excessive speed
  • Potential conflicts in narrow streets
  • Noise and air pollution

It is important to understand why people take alternative routes at different times of the day. Curious how you set up a Branching Analysis and a use case? Come have a look at our demo.

Interested to discover how we combine multiple data sources: Floating Car Data, Telecom, on-street counts and spending behavior? Come talk to our experts at the Localyse booth#44.

Chris Hoogwys

Chris Hoogwys

Pierre Maere

Pierre Maere

Mobility Data Expert

Blue Sky Analytics

Time: 1610-1630 hrs
Date: 12 May 2022


Time: 1020-1040 hrs



Open Maps For Europe – a key for unlocking the value of authoritative geospatial information Authoritative public sector information is a key building block for digital transformation and the realisation of a dynamic digital society. By providing an easy-to-use online user interface for discovering, viewing, licensing and downloading open datasets, the Open Maps For Europe project addresses the challenges of accessing trusted geospatial data from multiple official sources. In doing so, it unlocks the value of official geospatial information to support Digital Europe, the Open Data Directive, and the Re-Use of Public Sector Information Directive.

As of January 2022, almost 1,000 users have accessed the datasets, which include topographic and height data, imagery, and an Open Gazetteer service, via the interface developed by IDOX. All are available under a single open data licence to ensure a level playing field for all users, and will also be discoverable and available via the European Data Portal. The value of the reuse of open geospatial public sector information is demonstrated in a series of case studies. Open Maps for Europe is coordinated by EuroGeographics in partnership with the National Geographic Institute (NGI) Belgium and co-financed by the Connecting Europe Facility of the European Union.

Angela Baker

Angela Baker

Programme Manager, Data Access and Integration

Schneider Digital

Time: 1100-1120 hrs

Our geospatial World is 3D: 3D-Stereo interaction on the PluraView stereoscopic desktop

“VR, AR – XR” – we are all aware of the highly advanced ways of visualizing 3D geospatial datasets and their benefits in fully immersive environments or augmented reality (AR) scenarios. Whole cities are represented by textured 3D models in sub-5cm resolution and entire regions by ALS point clouds with more than 200 points per sq.m.! Yet, there is a technology gap in how we work with 3D datasets: we still use flat, monoscopic 2D desktop screens, essentially 1960’s computer-terminal technology.

The stereoscopic 3D PluraView systems support over 300 stereo-enabled industry applications (, covering BIM, AEC and GIS with Esri ArcGIS Pro as the market leader. Standard data interaction by mouse & keyboard can now be productively extended by high-precision 3D photogrammetry controllers, rapid, intuitive navigation and positioning by joy-stick devices, even VR interaction. Our professional desktop environment for 3D data preparation, editing and QC is key to the geospatial VR & AR future.

Stefan Oeldenberger

Stefan Oeldenberger

Partner Network Manager


Date: 11 May 2022

Fundamentals of Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Digital Twin

Time: 1000-1130 hrs & 1300-1430 hrs

The recent developments in photogrammetry and optical remote sensing allows for the generation of digital twins of all kind. Whether we want to provide a digital twin of a city, a landscape, a building or a technical device – everything is possible today. These options have been made possible by the inclusion of other technologies such as computer vision, computer graphics, serious gaming, and advances in machine learning and deep learning. Sustainable storage and further processing is guaranteed by cloud services, which are now also driving the metaverse. In addition, the digital twins can be provided in the form of MR (AR, VR) on any mobile device. For these reasons, we are highly motivated to offer an update to all those who want to deep-dive into one or the other technology. The training program is a multi-media course enriched by video clips and app demonstrations and is made available to all attendees, free of charge.

Topics to be covered

  • Motivation for Digital Twins – Metaverse, sensor & data fusion, serious gaming, standards
  • Photogrammetric data collection by passive and active sensor systems
  • Photogrammetric data processing
  • Optical remote sensing using high resolution satellite imagery
  • Digital twin generation using interactive computer graphics and semi-automatic point cloud processing
  • Machine Learning for automatic classification and processing of point clouds
  • Deep Learning and point cloud classifications
TrainerProf. Dr. Dieter Fritsch, Emeritus Professor, University of Stuttgart, Germany Trainer

Prof. Dr. Dieter Fritsch

University of Stuttgart

Dr. Dieter Fritsch

Emeritus Professor
University of Stuttgart

Best Practices for High-Precision UAV Mapping using Lidar/Camera Payloads

Time: 1530-1700 hrs

Professional grade Lidar systems are currently being used onboard unmanned airborne systems for high precision mapping applications. This training is intended for the UAV LiDAR user community including mapping professionals, land surveyors, managers, and business decision makers to understand the underlying concepts of high precision mapping by Lidar from the technical and business perspectives, in the form of theory and practice, using real data sets from around the world.

Topics to be covered

  • The Basic Concepts of LiDAR, Photogrammetry, GNSS, and Inertial navigation
  • Project requirement identification
  • Platform and payload choice
  • Technology: Lidar and/or camera; RTK, PPK or DG
  • Mission planning and site preparation
  • Data acquisition and pre-processing quality control
  • Data processing best practices
  • Implications of a UAS payload calibration and quality control
  • Accuracy assessment of UAS LiDAR mapping products
TrainerDr. Mohamed M.R. Mostafa, Lead Technical Authority, Mobile Mapping, Applanix, Canada Trainer

Dr. Mohamed M.R. Mostafa


Mohamed M.R. Mostafa

Lead Technical Authority, Mobile Mapping
Date: 12 May 2022

Geospatial Standards

Time: 1000-1130 hrs

It's certainly exciting to see geospatial at the center of several futuristic visions, such as digital twins, open Metaverse, or self-driving vehicles, just as it's humbling to see geospatial at the heart of responses to global issues like pandemics and Climate Change. The commonality across all of these visions and problems always comes down to data integration at scale! Standards make that possible: Standards make it possible to get from data to decision-ready information at scale to address problems that transcend disciplines, organizations, agencies, and jurisdictions. For more than 25 years, the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) has been applying its geospatial expertise for collective problem solving and making location information FAIR - Findable Accessible Interoperable and Reusable.

This session covers the landscape of OGC standards and best practices - with an emphasis on the new and emerging ones as part of the evolution and explosion of geospatial. Join us to learn about the future of geospatial standards: the OGC APIs - the building blocks of Location, 3D standards - the foundation for digital twins and the Metaverse, cloud best practices - the basis for scalability, EO standards and best practices - the launch pad of New Space, and more! Join us to discover how we are developing standards at the pace of innovation and how we are supporting our community's collective problem solving needs.

Topics to be covered

  • Evolution of data and technologies
  • The future in data integration
  • The OGC APIs - building blocks for Location
  • New Space standards and best practices
  • Digital twin standards (3D, GeoPose, AR/VR and more)
  • Bringing it all together for Open Science and Climate Change
TrainerDr. Ingo Simonis, Chief Technology Innovation Officer, OGC, Germany Trainer

Dr. Ingo Simonis


Ingo Simonis

Chief Technology Innovation Officer


Networking Reception 10 May 2022 | 1800-1930 hrs
Wine & Cheese 11 May 2022 | 1700-1830 hrs
Tea & Coffee All day

Visitors can access the entire Exhibit floor with just €50 (valid for all 3 days)

*Exhibition Visit pass doesn’t include access to the main conference halls