Advancing the geospatial ecosystem

Partner Perspective

Geo Week features sold-out exhibit floor and 2,500+ registrants

February 8, 2023

As a strategic partner at Geo Week 2023, the leading geospatial and built world technology expo and conference to take place in Denver next week, WGIC will exhibit at the event, organize industry-relevant sessions and a meeting of WGIC members.

Where ethics and geospatial AI meet

March 1, 2022

A joint AI for Good panel discussion by WGIC and the ITU (in partnership with Politecnico Milano) explored how the geospatial industry could become a leading force in the discussions on ethics and AI.

Get Kids into Survey. Yes, you too!

February 4, 2022

Get Kids into Survey is a global recruitment campaign to help save the future of surveying. The project introduces and educates the younger generation on the world of surveying and encourages them to consider it as a possible career path.

EUSPA launches Horizon Europe call

November 5, 2021

EUSPA launches Horizon Europe call to transform the digital economy, increase the Union’s resilience and support the Green Deal.

AI key to make future roads safer

October 21, 2021

The AI for Road Safety initiative brings together the UN Secretary General’s Special Envoy for Road Safety and Envoy on Technology offices in a new partnership for global action with WGIC Partner ITU, the International Telecommunication Union.

ITF presents case of ‘Mobility as a Service’

October 14, 2021

The International Transport Forum (ITF) is working on how best to set up a MaaS ecosystem to reap the benefits of this potentially game-changing approach to transport systems.

buildingSMART Awards 2021 winners

October 13, 2021

buildingSMART International published the full list of winners and special mentions for their Awards Program 2021.

ITU report: need for people-centred solutions to achieve universal connectivity

September 29, 2021

More than a year and a half into the COVID-19 pandemic, amid global demand for broadband services, the ITU’s Broadband Commission for Sustainable Development has reaffirmed its call for digital cooperation, innovation with information and communication technologies, and collaborative approaches to secure universal connectivity and access to digital skills.