Geo Connect Asia to return in March 2022

By on 28 July, 2021

The international Geo Connect Asia 2022 conference and exhibition will take place on the 23rd and 24th of March at the Sands Expo & Convention Centre in Singapore.

The event will comprise both in-person and virtual segments, with the theme being ‘Geospatial and locational intelligence solutions for Asia – Underground, land and sea to sky’.

Geo Connect Asia 2022 aims to bring together more than 80 international exhibitors and 2,500 professional visitors from the region and beyond.

The 2021 event — constrained because of the COVID-19 pandemic — still managed to attract an impressive 53 speakers and more than 900 delegates, both in person and virtually. Leading sponsors included 3ds, Bentley Systems, Planet Labs, Synspective, Trimble and Up42.

With a myriad of activities including technical seminars, keynotes, product demonstrations and more, Geo Connect Asia 2022 will be a must-attend event for those involved in myriad industry sectors, including:

  • Construction and infrastructure
  • Disaster response
  • Insurance and risk assessment
  • Ports and maritime
  • Precision agriculture
  • Rail and road
  • Retail and logistics
  • Smart cities
  • Utilities
  • Proptech and real estate

The event organiser, Montgomery Asia, is now calling for expressions of interest from exhibitors. Potential attendees can register for updates and announcements at www.GeoConnectAsia.com.

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