Looking Back on Intergeo 2023: Mapping Success in Berlin
As the industry’s leading event, Intergeo serves as the hub that unites the geospatial community, forging connections between professionals across various sectors. This year’s Intergeo achieved a staggering attendance of nearly 17,000 trade visitors hailing from 112 different nations, who could explore the offerings from 571 exhibitors representing over 40 countries. Meanwhile, for the conference, over 300 speakers and 841 attendees from 42 nations converged in Berlin. This reaffirmed Intergeo’s stature as the preeminent trade fair and international congress platform for all facets of geodesy, geoinformation and land management.
Prof Dr Rudolf Staiger, president of the German Association for Geodesy, Geoinformation, and Land Management (DVW) which organized the event, expressed his satisfaction with the event’s resonance: “The response of the exhibiting companies and the visitors at the exhibition and the feedback from the conference participants confirm our concept. We have positioned strong themes such as Earth observation and environmental monitoring, smart city, building information modelling (BIM) for infrastructure, digital twins, maritime solutions, 4D geodata and 3D cadastre. These are all elements of geospatial data-based solutions for sustainable development. With this focus, we have struck a nerve.”
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