2019-04-02 12:39:32

INTERGEO 2015 Continues to Grow

INTERGEO 2015 in Stuttgart is setting new benchmarks. After attracting a record number of visitors in Berlin last year, the industry’s leading trade fair is now set to reach a new record in terms of exhibition space. With the hall capacity expanded to meet unprecedented demand from exhibitors from all over the world, the exhibition space currently covers over 30,000 square metres for the first time. The halls that had originally been planned for the fair (Halls 4, 6 and 8) were already almost fully booked by the first quarter of this year, and Hall C2 has been added to... (read more)
2017-01-11 04:37:10

INTERGEO 2014 Opens in Berlin

As the host of INTERGEO, the DVW e.V. – the German Society for Geodesy, Geoinformation and Land Management – is looking forward to three intensive days of information, discussions and networking in Berlin. At the opening event yesterday, DVW President Prof. Karl-Friedrich Thöne strongly backed the competitiveness of Germany as a geoinformation hub. Last night, the Spandau Citadel was the site of celebrations to mark the opening of the 20th INTERGEO, the world’s leading conference trade fair for geodesy, geoinformation and land management. Speaking in front of an audience of invited guests, Prof. Karl-Friedrich Thöne launched three busy days of... (read more)
2017-01-06 12:30:18

Interaerial Solutions now part of INTERGEO

Virtually no other sector is growing and becoming more professional at a faster rate than UAS (unmanned aerial systems). The focus has long since moved beyond technical aspects such as drone hardware or software. The acquisition of attractive startups such as MAVINCI and Ascending Technologies by global players like Intel in 2016, and the great interest being shown in the technology by investors through global companies such as DHL, Mercedes, Yamaha, Amazon and Airbus, demonstrates that the emphasis has shifted to the wide range of possible applications for drones. The focus is increasingly on optimization and on improving the efficiency... (read more)
2017-03-27 02:36:40

Intergeo 2014 - Where do you Start?

UAVs as platforms or systems were very much to the fore at this year’s InterGEO. But so was software, reports editor Stephen Booth. In one of the six exhibition halls of the German Intergeo there is a display tracing the history of the event. Beginning in 1986, a splendid poster board of wood and other materials (what I think the art world calls an installation) for each year marks appropriate technologies and locations. He literally pulled all the stops out for Leipzig (2007) with a musical tribute to JS Bach and an organ keyboard! Chatting to one of the organisers... (read more)
2017-08-22 02:50:01

RIEGL Unveils Products at INTERGEO 2016

RIEGL has revealed the new VQ-1560i Dual Lidar Channel Airborne Laser Scanning System that is the advancement of the high altitude airborne mapping system LMS-Q1560 that is in current operation worldwide. The improved VQ-1560i is a cutting-edge tool with fully integrated high-performance Applanix IMU and GNSS receiver perfectly suited for a variety of airborne surveying missions from an ultra-wide area, high altitude mapping to mapping of complex urban environments and city modelling. Two linear Lidar channels, each enabling the recognition of several targets per laser pulse, provide a radically increased laser pulse repetition rate of up to 2MHz and deliver... (read more)
2017-01-14 03:49:14

Intergeo 2017 - Transition from Providing Solutions to Value Partnerships

The world’s leading fair and conference on geodesy, geoinformation and land management, recently took place in Berlin and provided an open global environment for the geo-information community and geomatics technology sector to see the current state of the art and look into the future. In addition to Intergeo’s role as a marketplace for the geomatics industry, it helps the global sector to position itself in the changing world economy set in a digitalised world. Characteristics Compared to the last three events, Intergeo 2017 was the first to attract more than 18,000 visitors from 107 countries, with about 1,400 conference delegates... (read more)
2017-11-03 10:35:05

Hexagon Showcases Geospatial Enterprise Solutions at INTERGEO 2015

Hexagon AB, a leading global provider of information technologies that drive productivity and quality across geospatial and industrial enterprise applications, will showcase its geospatial enterprise solutions starting today at INTERGEO, the world’s leading conference and trade fair for geodesy, geoinformation and land management, at the ICS International Congress Centre in Stuttgart, Germany. Hexagon’s technologies encompass the complete geospatial information life cycle – from data capture to industry-specific information delivery. Its portfolio includes sensors for capturing data from land and air, as well as sensors for positioning via satellites. The sensors are complemented by a range of software applications and solutions... (read more)
2017-01-11 11:36:33

senseFly to Launch Industry Specific Solutions at INTERGEO 2017

senseFly, the world’s leading producer of mapping drones, is debuting a new line of comprehensive senseFly 360 solutions tailored to the surveying, mining and quarries, inspection and agriculture sectors at INTERGEO 2017, booth C2.001, hall 2.1. Designed to offer professionals a complete, reliable decision-making tool, these solutions include: senseFly drone hardware; eMotion flight and data management software; and professional, industry-focused image processing and analysis solutions from either Pix4D or Airware, depending on the solution. In addition, senseFly 360 solutions include full access to educational materials as well as lifetime professional grade hardware and eMotion support. These are the solutions offered... (read more)
2017-09-21 11:42:33

Intergeo 2016 – Three Days of Information and Discussion

With over 500 exhibitors and over 17,000 visitors this year’s Intergeo included a conference attracting 1300 delegates. After notching up 531 exhibitors from 37 countries, more than 17,000 visitors from over 100 countries and an international conference attended by 1,300 delegates, the 2016 Intergeo (Hamburg from 1113 October) drew to a close. The sector’s exceptional momentum was evident in packed exhibition halls and conference rooms, a mainly young, international audience and three days full of information and discussion. Prof Hansjörg Kutterer, the newly elected president of Intergeo’s host organisation DVW, described the event as “being where the geoIT sector meets... (read more)
2016-12-23 03:28:17
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