WGIC identifies guidelines and recommendations for the geospatial industry to continue to add value to the digital twin ecosystem.
From the council
WGIC’s Geospatial Ecosystem Report shows the alignment of its policy advocacy funded by the private sector with the UN-GGIM IGIF strategic pathways (Policy and Legal, Innovation, and Financial).
The World Geospatial Industry Council (WGIC) announced the winners of the WGIC DEI Trailblazer 2022 Awards during INTERGEO 2022 in Essen, Germany. In this inaugural edition of the awards, Esri India won the WGIC DEI Trailblazer – Corporate Impact Award, and Clinton Johnson, Racial Equity and Social Justice Solutions Lead, Esri, won WGIC DEI Trailblazer – Individual Champion Award.
The first edition of WGIC Trailblazer Awards will celebrate exemplary leadership in advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in the geospatial ecosystem.
WGIC shifts its headquarters to The Hague Humanity Hub to support and strengthen The Hague ecosystem and connect with diverse actors working to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
World Geospatial Industry Council releases a Report on Spatial Digital Twins – Trends and Opportunities
This report has involved research, global market scans, engagement with Subject Matter Experts, and an articulation of the value delivered by the Geospatial Industry to drive applications, adoption, and benefits from Digital Twins.
White paper on “Geo-data for risk management in a changing Arctic” for the Arctic Observing Summit 2022
Please take some time to refer to this invited white paper, titled “Geo-data for risk management in a changing Arctic,” which will be presented at the Arctic Observing Summit 2022 (AOS 2022).