Geospatial World Forum

23 January, 2017 – 25 January, 2017 all-day
Hyderabad International Convention Centre
Novotel & HICC Complex
Hyderabad, Telangana 500081
Geospatial World Forum @ Hyderabad International Convention Centre | Hyderabad | Telangana | India

Geospatial World Forum (GWF) is a geospatial business cum technical event, happening since the past decade, highlighting the value and power of geospatial technology as an enabler in addressing global economic and socio-economic issues. It is one of the ‘must-attend’ events for geospatial professionals, featuring large-scale conference and exhibition, top-ranked keynote speakers, major industry segments, high-level discussion programmes and various social networking events.

Started in 2007 in India, the conference has travelled to Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Geneva and Lisbon in the past years. This year, Geospatial World Forum will be organised in Hyderabad International Convention Centre on 23-25 January 2017 with the theme “Geospatial + Deep Learning: Shaping Smarter World”. The forum shall take a glimpse into the future of geospatial industry, where artificial intelligence and deep learning will be driving geospatial data exploration, analytics and visualisation helping us derive meaningful insights for a smarter world.

The conference targets high profile delegates from global geospatial community, policy makers, academia, researchers, technology providers, solution providers, and end-user segments across industries, regions and communities. The forum is co-hosted by Survey of India and Indian Space Research Organisation, giving it great governmental leverage and support.

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