Digital Twins of the built environment serve an increasing number of use cases for city management and development. This webinar, hosted by Dubai GIS Center at Dubai Municipality and offered by the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC), will focus on current and emerging examples of effective practices for generating, managing, and leveraging Urban Digital Twins.
OGC welcomes all to attend a two-day virtual event and series of demonstrations highlighting the importance of collective development of location interoperability solutions: Testbed 18 Demonstration Days. Join us in celebrating the successes of over nine months of pushing the boundaries of geospatial across communities, and accelerating research, supporting industry innovation, and sharing how common requirements from multiple governments and regions are best addressed by experts across the globe: all for developing location interoperability.
The international geo community will meet from October 18th to 20th, 2022 in Essen and digitally worldwide on the web. Enjoy the advantages of INTERGEO 2022 in a hybrid format with 100% performance guarantee. Secure your participation and book your booth!
Join OGC and continue the discussion with your innovative technology, standard, initiative, or all of the above this October in Singapore in partnership with the Singapore Land Authority. Registration and venue information coming soon. Add this event to your calendar.
The world is a map, and mapping tells a story about the world around us. The development and use of geospatial information is critical to building that map and building out those stories. We are pleased to have OGC’s CEO Nadine Alameh join us to discuss how OGC is improving the world of geospatial for their members. OGC was created 29 years ago to ensure there are standards for geospatial data and technologies that improve collaboration and data sharing. OGC hosts the largest formal geospatial community of experts, and the only forum where industry, government and academia. The dynamics have shifted so much in the last few years alone where geospatial is not in a bubble anymore, and location is everywhere. OGC also started a dialog on ethics and responsible use of geospatial information. OGC has been dealing with big data, historical data, forecasting, modeling & simulation, integration of multidisciplinary data, you name it!
Our moderators will be Heather Frazier and Steve Ambrose. Heather leads the new SAIC Geospatial Accelerator, a new center of excellence bringing new technologies to SAIC customers Steve leads SAIC’s Climate Enterprise, bringing climate science to SAIC for a better understanding of the challenges of Climate Change for our customers and the Nation. Topics will include climate change, disaster management, new technologies, digital twins, infrastructure and the metaverse. Join us for an insightful conversation about the geospatial world and what the future holds.
The EMS2022 is planned to be held as an in-person meeting at the Poppelsdorf Campus of the University of Bonn, from 4 to 9 September 2022. The conference will have an online component, and details of this hybrid format are currently worked out by the Programme and Science Committee and the EMS Council.
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The SIGGRAPH community has a unique story and skillset that diversifies, enhances, and transforms our industry. SIGGRAPH 2022 is committed to celebrating these perspectives by supporting diversity and inclusion and elevating all voices through our content and experiences. Both in person in Vancouver and in our virtual venue, we offer an experience designed with you in mind, where every detail reflects our collective pursuit of excellence. Discover more