The annual international geomatics trade show and conference, InterGEO, draws an audience of thousands to offer them a glimpse into the latest industry developments and ideas.
Cartographers at the International Cartographic Association's international conference have focused on sustainable development in an attempt to reassert their relevance – but it is in more novel forms of data processing and visualization they're likely to find greater professional relevance...
Geospatial technologies are no longer limited to governments and militaries. The Ukraine war shows the benefits and new complexities that come with the widespread adoption of commercial and civilian geotech in conflicts.
Information economy workers face the question: how to create value for an overwhelmed audience/user/client in an inundated information ecosystem? The answer might lie in creating insight.
To capitalise on the digital twin trend, the WGIC's Spatial Digital Twins policy report takes spatial data as a digital twin ingredient and appropriates it as a solution for the geospatial industry.
The forum shows BVLOS as the future for Africa’s drone industry, and highlights the need for data science and processing skills to enable applications in agriculture, geospatial data and even drone deliveries.