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January 3rd, 2023
Asia’s leading international geospatial industry event returns to Singapore on 15th & 16th March

Singapore – Geo Connect Asia celebrates the return to a normal meeting environment in March in Singapore, combining an exhibition of more than 100 companies and a series of conferences. The Main Stage Conference theme, Advancing sustainable & resilient geospatial solutions for an interconnected world, reflects the need to respond to sustainability goals with the pressing challenges associated with climate change, urban growth and food security.

Geo Connect Asia incorporates Digital Construction Asia and is co-located with the inaugural Drones Asia Show. The combined event is expected to attract more than 3000 delegates and visitors from Singapore, the Asian region, and beyond.

Supported by the Singapore Land Authority, Geo Connect Asia offers a platform for Southeast Asia’s governments, businesses and not-for-profit sectors to bring geospatial, locational intelligence and remote sensing into the mainstream.

In addition to the main conference, the Digital Underground Connect Expert Stage returns with the title Advancing Subsurface Utility Mapping for Construction and Asset Management.

A second Expert Stage runs with the theme A data driven roadmap for measuring sustainability in the construction world; a third Expert Stage on road and rail infrastructure is in formation.

In a diverse region of 640 million people, ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) shares both common values and ambitions as it looks to grow into becoming the world’s fourth-largest trading economy.

Demands on managing its resources will be supported with the co-location of the UNGGIM seminar titled Geo-enabled effective land administration. The seminar is co-organised by the United Nations Expert Group on Land Administration and Management (UN-EG-LAM) and the UN-GGIM-AP Working Group 2 on Cadastre and Land Management.

Geo Connect Asia 2023 has received the support of more than 30 industry organisations, and welcomes Trimble as Platinum Sponsor for the third consecutive event and Topcon as a Silver Sponsor for the first time at the event.

The event is organised by Montgomery Asia, a fully owned company of London-based Montgomery Group and present in Singapore since 2016. The team has more than 80 years of experience in working across Asian markets and initiating new business opportunities.