Registrations open for Geo Connect Asia 2024

By on 28 November, 2023

Regional geospatial, positioning and remote sensing conference, Geo Connect Asia, will return to Singapore on the 6th and 7th of March, 2024.

The theme, ‘Geospatial driven impacts: underground, ground and sea to sky,’ will address key challenges facing the Asian region, from public health and critical infrastructure to AI and the monitoring of utility operations.

Geo Connect Asia will also address the digitalisation of the construction industry, through the co-located Digital Construction Asia show, while the launch of Marine & Hydro Asia will focus on the hydrospatial challenges of Asia’s coastal and marine waters.

More than 130 companies are expected to take part in the combined exhibitions, more than 70 speakers will contribute to the associated conferences, and more than 3,500 professionals are expected to attend Geo Connect Asia and its sister shows, which includes the co-located Drones Asia, relaunched as Drones & Uncrewed Asia.

Working with the Singapore Land Authority (SLA), as its Strategic Partner, Geo Connect Asia will provide a platform for the introduction of geospatial-based solutions across the region.

“We are delighted to support Geo Connect Asia, as Strategic Partner, in our mission to mainstream geospatial-based applications and solutions in Singapore, across public agencies and industry,” said Mr Ng Siau Yong, Director, GeoSpatial and Data Division & Chief Data Officer of SLA.

“Themed geospatial-driven impacts, this international industry event provides the perfect opportunity for all participants to demonstrate the influence and learn about the power of geospatial information and technology at work and in the daily lives of citizens.’’

Geo Connect Asia is organised by Singapore-based Montgomery Asia, and was launched in Singapore in 2019.

Online registration is open for conference bookings and professional visitors, at www.geoconnectasia.com and www.dronesasia.com.

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