Construction & Engineering
Infrastructure development has been a vital component in increasing a country's economic growth. Developing infrastructure enhances the efficiency of production, transportation, and communication, as well as help in providing economic incentives to public and private sector stakeholders.
Developing economies around the world are facing the daunting task of creating new transportation, communication, water, and energy networks to facilitate rapid urbanization and population growth. While the other parts of the world, advanced industrial economies like the United States and Western Europe, are focusing on repair and replacement of aging infrastructures.
The tremendous growth projected in future of construction sector requires innovation and adoption of technology that can empower AEC firms and project owners to focus not only on what to design and build, but also better understand where and why, helping them to deliver more sustainable and resilient infrastructure through more economical, social, and environmentally responsible practices.
Construction & Engineering program at Geospatial World Forum 2019 will discuss how geospatial technology improves collaboration, efficiency and performance in planning and design phase, during construction, in post-build savings and for ongoing operational management of a construction project. Some of the topics include BIM, reality capture, construction monitoring, locating underground utilities, project visualization in context, digital as-builts, facilities management, full lifecycle modeling, etc.
- Architecture Firms
- Building Operators
- Building Owners
- Construction Companies
- Consultants (Environmental/ Engineering/ Project Management)
- Engineering Companies
- Facilities Managers
- Geological Agencies
- Hardware and Software Vendors
- Infrastructure Operators
- National Geospatial Agencies
- Policy Makers
- Professional Bodies
- Project Owners
- Research Institutions & Academia
- SMEs/System Integrators