The Fourth Industrial Revolution is driving the convergence of technologies, smudging the line between physical and digital ecosystems. On the business aspect, it is considerably altering customer expectations, demanding product enhancement at every level.
Geospatial Value and Impact in world economy: Market trends and business directions
The geospatial industry has been estimated at $400 billion in 2016 while the economic impact of geospatial services is said to be almost 20 times of its total revenue. The market is expected to continue its strong growth momentum, the session will focus on key driving factors such as location based analytics, internet of things, and seamless integration of indoor spatial analytics with outdoor spatial analytics.
Global Geospatial Information Management
Airbus Defence and Space
Natural Resources Canada
Singapore Land Authority
Geo-enabling 4IR (IOT, Cloud, AI, 3D printing, Big data)
New technologies and innovations are merging the physical, digital and biological worlds in ways that will fundamentally transform mankind. The session objective will be to uncover how the fourth industrial revolution or 4iR is set to revolutionize the geospatial and location industry by bringing in dynamic changes through the development of new applications, business models and revenue models.
International Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing and Prof. at Hannover University
South Asia, NVIDIA
Server Technologies - Oracle
System integration and business process embedment extending geospatial value chain
This session will deliberate upon how Geospatial solutions are no-longer stand-alone systems. In keeping with the demand of users of a ‘complete’ geospatial solution, the industry has made a radical move towards offering seamless business- wide integrated solutions and its optimal embedment in the business processes.
Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC)
CyberTech Systems and Software Inc.
Reorienting National Geospatial Agencies: Fostering Infrastructure and Policy Imperatives
The focus of the session will be to discuss - unique to countries, how national geospatial agencies are reorienting themselves to take cognizance of the advancing digital ecosystem to promote democratization of geographic data, defining standards, endorsing active industry participation and playing an advisory role in formulation of policy imperatives for economic development.
Africa and India, IPSOS Consulting
Cadastre, Land Registry and Mapping Agency
Survey of India
National Administration of Surveying, Mapping and Geoinformation of China (NASG)
NewSpace Revolution: Democratization, Commercialization and Monetization
The highlights of this sessions will be on trends in the Earth Observation industry that are bringing fresh impetus to the commercialization and monetization in the earth observation industry. Other highlights will be on increasing commercialization of upstream Earth Observation value chain, drastic shift in demand from ‘data only’ to ‘end-to-end’ solution, increasing collaborations between public and private satellite operators of content, solutions, and infrastructure capacities.
Beijing Space View Technology
Location Analytics and Business Intelligence: Leveraging mainstream IT and Financial Market
Location analytics and BI now extend to almost every facet of financial services. Current estimates are that 97 percent of large companies leverage analytics, with over 100 million users worldwide. A recent study by the International Data Corporation (IDC) discovered that data-driven businesses—those that look at, analyse, and understand their data—are 6 percent more profitable and 5 percent more productive. This session will focus on how Innovative technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, Machine learning, big data, Block chain, drones, virtual reality, etc., are ensuring a rapid innovation cycle for the players in the financial domain. It is time for leaping forward by imbibing technology, spatial data, business intelligence and analytics maturity curve through a 360-degree approach.
HERE Asia Pacific
Location International Limited
Expansion Markets (Maps and Licensing) TomTom
Digital Engineering and Reality Mesh:
The session will weave discussions around, how with unprecedented convergence of data and technologies, digital engineering is opening new frontiers by bringing together critical information in ‘virtual’ models for forecasting problems and improving performance that will make the next-Gen engineers as digital natives, who will embrace digital DNA for infrastructure asset – down to every nut, bolt and screw.
Geospatial Media and Communications
Reality Modeling, Bentley Systems
Larsen and Toubro
Collaborative approach: Business Model Renaissance
The session will explore about Collaborations that are long-lasting, scalable and are bringing in transformative renaissance in the geospatial industry. We may name it peer-to-peer (P2P) or multipotentiality, collaborative models; it is time to notice about a new disruptive business paradigm which is becoming the key lever and fuel for growth and innovation – enabling people to access, share and grow resources like honeycomb resilient structures - creating a world beyond silos.
Geospatial Media and Communications
REASONS TO ATTEND
While not all conferences offer you the opportunity to meet your business idols, your chances are greatly improved when you’re sharing the same space. Sometimes it’s about sharing a business idea with someone you admire, or making a connection that can lead to finding your next mentor or just a word with someone who’s influenced you!Here’s why you must attend the GeoBuiz Summit!