Sensors to Services: Driving Productivity and Market Economy

13-15 January 2025 // Hyatt Regency Aurora-Denver Conference Center

GeoBuiz Summit is an annual international conference focused on the geospatial industry, which encompasses a range of technologies and applications related to mapping, location-based services, and spatial data analysis. The summit brings together industry leaders, government representatives, experts, and innovators to discuss the latest trends and innovations in geospatial technology and applications.

The conference covers a range of topics, including geospatial infrastructure, mapping and surveying, satellite imagery and remote sensing, location-based services, smart cities and urban planning, and much more. The GeoBuiz Summit aims to promote collaboration and knowledge-sharing within the geospatial industry and to showcase the latest developments in this exciting and rapidly evolving field.

Sensors to Services:
Driving Productivity and Market Economy

Reality Capture Quantum AI Workflows Integration Digital Twin Enterprise Business Models Productive Economy

Geospatial Disruption

Driven by technology innovations and collaborative value chain, the geospatial industry is transforming and growing manifold. The technology landscape itself is going through a disruption phase which has positively impacted geospatial industry.

Innovation

It all simply begins with innovation in sensor offering better, diverse, faster, accurate information at affordable cost. Phenomenon of reality capture is made up of not only a holistic view of real things, but data integration and fusion of different sensor platforms.

Emerging Tech

Quantum technology & AI are further enhancing the value of data by upgrading processing and analytical capabilities, making it possible to be integrated with workflow models at enterprise levels across almost every user sector.

Enterprise Solutions

As several companies would require to collaborate and produce enterprise solutions for scaling services to a larger set of professional and/or consumers within an organization or its stakeholders’ network.

Collaborative Models

Collaborative business models are the only way forward towards expanding market outreach and augmenting profitability. Inter-dependence of system integration, productivity models, and scalability of services determines profitability of one and all in the value chain.

Conference
Representation

250 +

Participants

100 +

Panelists

25 +

Countries

15 +

Sectors

Who
You’ll Meet

Technology Innovators
Policy Makers
Federal Agencies
System Integrators
Startups
End-Users

Pre Conference MONDAY - 13 JANUARY

WorkForce Readiness
Marcom Summit

Main Conference PLENARY SESSIONS // TUESDAY - 14 JANUARY

Deep Dive Sessions // WEDNESDAY - 15 JANUARY

Deep Dive 1

Smart Infrastructure
  • Energy & Utilities
  • Telecommunications
  • Transportation & Mobility

Deep Dive 2

Enabling Commerce
  • Retail & Advertising
  • Supply Chain & Logistics
  • Real Estate

Deep Dive 3

Downstream Space
  • Climate Resilience and Sustainability
  • Agriculture & Food Security, Maritime
  • Insurance & Risk Management

Deep Dive 4

AEC
  • Airports
  • Roads & Highways
  • Underground Infrastructure

Meet Our Speakers

Deirdre Dalpiaz Bishop

Chief Geography Division
U.S. Census Bureau

Deirdre Dalpiaz Bishop

Chief Geography Division
U.S. Census Bureau

Deirdre Dalpiaz Bishop

Chief Geography Division
U.S. Census Bureau

Deirdre Dalpiaz Bishop

Chief Geography Division
U.S. Census Bureau

Deirdre Dalpiaz Bishop

Chief Geography Division
U.S. Census Bureau

Deirdre Dalpiaz Bishop

Chief Geography Division
U.S. Census Bureau

Deirdre Dalpiaz Bishop

Chief Geography Division
U.S. Census Bureau

Deirdre Dalpiaz Bishop

Chief Geography Division
U.S. Census Bureau

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Mission

Through our Media, Conferences, Market Research and Consulting offerings, we raise awareness among various stakeholders around the world about the tremendous potential of geospatial technologies.