Southeast Asia’s flagship geospatial and location intelligence event is returning, 1-2 June, at Marina Bay Sands Expo & Convention Centre with more exhibitors amid an easing of restrictions in Singapore.
Global and regional trade professionals will convene for Montgomery Asia’s Geo Connect Asia (GCA) 2022 hoping to accelerate sustainable geospatial solutions for multiple industry verticals.
The event returns to the physical sphere and organisers expect to host more than 50 leading companies from around the world and 2,500 professional visitors and delegates.
Themed ‘Geospatial & Location Intelligence Solutions for Asia – Underground, Land & Sea to Sky’, GCA 2022’s conference will address key issues of data collection, storage, interoperability and utilisation.
The event will be held alongside its two complementary industry profiles – Digital Construction Asia (DCA) and Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Asia – and will comprise a virtual component on www.GeoConnectAsia.com where participants can schedule meetings, meet exhibitors and watch the live streaming conference online.
GCA 2022 will be attended by guest of honour Edwin Tong SC, minister for culture, community and youth and second minister for law, who will deliver the opening address. Also in attendance will be Colin Low, chief executive of the Singapore Land Authority (SLA) who will deliver the industry address.
Panellists will include Microsoft Singapore’s chief technology & Security officer and the head of science & technology division of The ASEAN Secretariat.
Rupert Owen, co-founder of Geo Connect Asia, said: “Montgomery Asia is delighted to run the second edition of GCA with a more exciting programme line-up and in doing so meet the growing demand for geospatial, digital construction and drone solutions. We look forward to our continued collaboration with SLA as we collectively facilitate the knowledge transfer and sharing of key issues and best practices in these arenas.”
Following a successful hybrid event in March 2021, Geo Connect Asia 2022 is now focusing on bringing the industry together for two days of face-to-face discussions and networking. GCA is supported by over 60 trade organisations, associations and government agencies.
For updates visit www.GeoConnectAsia.com