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FIG Working Week 2017

When:
29 May, 2017 – 2 June, 2017 all-day
2017-05-29T00:00:00+10:00
2017-06-03T00:00:00+10:00
Where:
Helsinki Exhibition & Convention Centre (HECC)
Messuaukio 1
00520 Helsinki
Finland
FIG Working Week 2017 @ Helsinki Exhibition & Convention Centre (HECC) | Helsinki | Etelä-Suomi | Finland

FIG Working Week, 29 May –  2 June 2017, Helsinki, Finland, is an exciting week-long conference that brings the international community of surveying and spatial professionals together to experience a mix of interesting plenary and technical sessions and workshops, a trade exhibition and a variety of side events and social functions.

The week gives a unique opportunity to discuss key challenges of our time within the surveying profession with fellow peers.

The overall theme of the Working Week is “Surveying the world of tomorrow – From digitalisation to augmented reality”. We have been witnessing the first beginning of a development leading towards services which not only describe the visible world around us but also simultaneously bring up other information connected to our place of interest.

One step is to become digitalized and to use the digital information; the next step is to combine information and be able to collect the data intelligently and to take further steps into the intelligent use of digital information. The theme was chosen to highlight the opportunities and open a view into a future where the  large amount of information we produce is, again, put into a more efficient use.

 

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