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Keynote speeches look to the future:

Tuesday, 16 October 2018 | Digitalization

Prof. Hansjörg Kutterer President of the BKG

Prof. Hansjörg Kutterer
President DVW

The geodesy profession has changed significantly in recent years. This is also reflected in the ever-evolving nature of INTERGEO and makes the question of what changes are still to come as a result of increasing digitalisation even more interesting. Professor Kutterer’s keynote speech offers some answers.

Prof. Jürgen Döllner Hasso-Plattner-Institute

Prof. Jürgen Döllner

Artificial intelligence and deep learning are prominent concepts in the overall dialogue surrounding digitalisation. Professor Döllner’s keynote speech discusses the associated potential for the geospatial community.


Wednesday, 17 October 2018 | BIM | SMART CITIES

Ron Bisio Vice President Trimble

Ron Bisio
Vice President Trimble

Numerous fascinating links are developing between BIM and geospatial technology. Ron Bisio’s keynote speech uses the example of infrastructure measures to emphasise this and highlight the potential
of cutting-edge technologies.

Alanus von Radecki

Alanus von Radecki
Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering IAO

The DNA of the Smart City
A Smart City is able to use innovations to strengthen its future viability. It is not a question of technology, but rather of "smart" concepts to increase quality of life, to reduce negative environmental impacts, to create security and resilience and to support an innovation-driven economy. This keynote will tell you how cities can do this.


Thursday, 18 October 2018 | Construction Software

Prof. Joaquin DIaz President of BVBS

Prof. Joaquin DIaz
President of BVBS

The construction industry is also facing major changes as a result of digitalisation. BIM is the word on everyone’s lips. Professor Diaz’s keynote speech focuses on the opportunities and role of construction software.

Prof. Harald Simons  Empirica AG

Prof. Harald Simons
Empirica AG

For some time now, the real estate sector has been characterised by a shortage of land available to build on, rising prices and heated discussions about the lack of living space. Professor Simons looks at underlying connections and their possible impact on property valuation.
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