Today’s international organizations are effectively leveraging and managing geospatial data from a wide-range of sources to advance overall decision-making.
With an ever-expanding list of sources available, which includes satellite imagery, aerial photography, unmanned aerial vehicles, navigation systems, air and ground-based laser scanning, and topographic and cadastral surveys, it is now possible for organizations to gain full situational awareness from multiple data points.
This was one of the key themes at the Hexagon Geospatial User Conference in Kyiv, Ukraine in April. Organized by our partner Tvis, the event titled, “New Technologies of GIS and Remote Sensing in Ukraine,” brought together more than 280 participants, as well as 10 sponsors. In addition, the event hosted a workshop called, “Satellite Technologies for Agribusiness,” which had more than 90 participants.
This event was the largest Hexagon Geospatial user conference event in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) to date, and reinforces the value of advanced geospatial data management solutions in the region.
Furthermore, the event also offered insights from speakers and sponsors including Leica Geosystems, Airbus Defense & Space, European Space Imaging, HP, GeoConnexion, BlackBridge, IST AGRO, and many more.