The 3-day conference harnessed partnerships with five major Ministries in Malaysia: Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment; Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation; Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water; Ministry of Federal Territories and Ministry of Plantation Industries and Commodities; and 20 more partner organizations from across the globe.
Other high profile personalities already confirmed to speak at the inaugural ceremony include Do Tae Ho, Deputy Minister for Housing and Land, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure & Transport, Korea; Ola Rollen, President & CEO of Hexagon; and Chris Gibson, Vice President of Trimble. Michael Jones, Chief Technology Advocate of Google, will be delivering a keynote speech on the third day of the conference.
About Asia Geospatial Forum
Asia Geospatial Forum is a premier Asia Pacific conference and exhibition on geospatial technology and application, held annually in different countries in Asia Pacific. Since its inception in 2002, Asia Geospatial Forum has travelled to Thailand, Malaysia, China, Indonesia, Singapore and most recently, Vietnam, gathering in average 800 geospatial communities across the region. The conference aims to facilitate high-level discussions on regional and global issues, with a specific goal to raise the profile and expanding horizons of geospatial industry in the region. The conference also acts as a business development platform for industry to network with policy-makers, geospatial practitioners, end-users, and academia. Visit www.asiageospatialforum.org for more information.
About Geospatial Media and Communications
Geospatial Media and Communications is a geospatial media company with a mission to create awareness about the usage of various geospatial technologies in the global arena through publications and conferences. Besides organising regional and international geospatial conferences and exhibitions, the company also maintains the largest geospatial portal in the world www.geospatialworld.net, and publish internationally-acclaimed geospatial monthly magazine ‘Geospatial World’.