1-featuredimage

WHAT IS GEOSPATIAL

The Geospatial Industry is witnessing change like never before and, in the digital world, a precise understanding of the physical is essential.

It allows us to better understand, plan, predict, and deliver projects through greater access and analysis of data to help solve some of the many challenges we find in the built environment.

Advances in this area are spawning high-efficiency methods for construction and operations and, in the near future, we expect this to expand from simple positioning to take a wider and deeper role in the construction and operation of buildings and facilities.

They will further unlock the opportunities for autonomous vehicles, the future of transport networks and will be pivotal against the backdrop of smart cities and the Internet of Things.

 

REGISTER NOW TO ATTEND DCW 2019

 

 

 

THE GEOSPATIAL THEATRE

Geospatial at DCW will explore the latest trends in geospatial technology and GIS, with live demos and interactive exhibits.

Our full two day seminar programme will offer practical guidance and best practice and focus on helping create links, drive conversation and showcase the value and convergence of these technologies and processes for the wider industry. 

We’ll also explore the emerging opportunities for these solutions as we move from pre to post construction and the wider role of Geospatial as it feeds into the digital built environment, the opportunities for future cities, estate management, and even autonomous transport systems.

We'll go beyond hardware, exploring the future of geospatial, from the future of transportation networks, to estates management, the connected sites.

GEOSPATIAL THEATRE PROGRAMME

Loading
16 Oct 2019
    • Geospatial
    Geospatial Theatre
    In the real world of visualizing large scale infrastructure and urban development project in 3D many organisations end up with heterogenous sets of geodata that need to be integrated. Project terrain, ...
    • Geospatial
    Geospatial Theatre
    Delivering on the rapidly evolving requirements of our clients, in a fast-moving technology-driven environment, is what makes GIS at Costain so exciting. With the aim of improving people’s lives throu ...
    • Geospatial
    Geospatial Theatre
    The session will tell the story of a long-term collaboration between two entities: Sitemark, a technology oriented start-up in Belgium and Vinci, one of the largest groups in the construction industry ...
    • Geospatial
    Geospatial Theatre
    Drone can do a lot, from planting trees into the ground to spray painting and cleaning buildings. What are the barriers? Why aren't these technologies being fully adopted by the market? Is this the ri ...
    • Geospatial
    Geospatial Theatre
    This session will explore the need of creating an accurate realistic representation of reality versus today’s capabilities to create fully realistic versions of the real world.
    • Geospatial
    Geospatial Theatre
    The development of Internet of Things (IoT) and Information Communication Technology (ICT) is growing at an exorbitant rate. For the “Smart City” movement this means leveraging data to achieve a const ...
    • Geospatial
    Geospatial Theatre
    When having to manage, inspect and maintain large amount of buildings, it is crucial that the inspection and maintenance workflows are as efficient as possible. Current workflows and techniques do not ...
    • Geospatial
    Geospatial Theatre
    The Thames Estuary Asset Management 2100 (TEAM2100) programme is the Environment Agency's largest flood-risk management programme and involves new ways of working to manage flood defences more efficie ...
    • Geospatial
    Geospatial Theatre
    This presentation will present a demonstration introducing the HS2 Virtual Railway, built on PCSG’s GeoConnect+ platform, showing progress to date, some key lessons learned and HS2’s ambitions to cont ...
17 Oct 2019
    • Geospatial
    Geospatial Theatre
    The session will illustrate the main advancements in digital monitoring and will then focus on case studies of automated scanning for risk management and monitoring and GNSS technologies for High rise ...
    • Geospatial
    Geospatial Theatre
    Construction projects spend up to 5% of their contract value trying to manage environmental risk and mitigation. It is a dirty problem which remains largely hidden from the bottom line, traditionally ...
    • Geospatial
    Geospatial Theatre
    In recent years, visualisation technologies aimed towards the construction industry have improved efficiency thanks to the ability to plan every aspect of a project and effectively monitor progress th ...
    • Geospatial
    Geospatial Theatre
    This talk highlights the importance of two key technologies (Cloud & AI) based on cutting edge research from UCL that Correvate will be making available to the AEC industry and how they enable automat ...
    • Geospatial
    Geospatial Theatre
    This session is about continuous survey of multiple assets over large areas for long periods of time of at least 5 years. This capability comes to the market as a response to the increasing necessity ...
    • Geospatial
    Geospatial Theatre
    Exceptional precision. Better site monitoring. Increased efficiency. For VolkerWessels, a leading European construction company, drone technology has emerged as the go-to tool for real-time site intel ...
    • Geospatial
    Geospatial Theatre
    Reality capture data using drone technology is improving the management of assets digitally, providing deeper data insights, better collaboration on projects, improving data deliverables to clients, r ...
    • Geospatial
    Geospatial Theatre
    Mobile mapping is a well-established technology that collects accurate and high-detailed geospatial data from a mobile vehicle that is fitted with a range of remote sensing systems. The application of ...
    • Geospatial
    Geospatial Theatre
    The session will explore OpenSpace.ai and its capabilities in capturing Google Maps style digital data and project information in a fast and efficient way. It will show OpenSpace being distinguished b ...
    • Geospatial
    Geospatial Theatre
    The digital revolution is upon us! How can today’s digital tools be used to ensure people are the first consideration in the design, application and use of our public spaces. How will technology benef ...
    • Geospatial
    Geospatial Theatre
    Digitalization of existing cities and integration of BIM models into GIS models is the first step of a Smart City. But is not enough. With the relationship between all the visual 3-dimensional data we ...
    • Geospatial
    Geospatial Theatre
    Leica Geosystems, part of Hexagon, wants to showcase the end-2-end hardware/software solutions and workflows available for the construction industry to allow for the, aligned to the BIM process. The a ...

DCW ONSITE

In addition the Geospatial Theatre we will have a number of exciting exhibits and features exploring geospatial and the digital built world, including our DCW Onsite feature.

We will be creating a replica construction site where our exhibitors and partners will be able to showcase their technologies ‘in the field’. The Arena will play host to live drone and UAV flights, autonomous vehicle and machine control demos, and showcase the latest mapping and geospatial technologies.

Visitors will have the chance to take a seat in our grandstand and try out some of the technology for themselves.

VIEW ALL DCW SHOW FEATURES

HEADLINE PARTNERS

SPONSORS & INDUSTRY PARTNERS

SUPPORTERS

SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER

As an anti-spam measure, please type the characters you see in the image (case sensitive).