Welcome to Geo Week, the intersection of geospatial + the built world.
Geo Week is the premier event for increased integration between the built environment, advanced airborne/terrestrial technologies, and commercial 3D technologies. The combined conference program and tradeshow floor will feature commercial applications of 3D technologies, innovations, and case studies in the built environment, advanced airborne and terrestrial remote sensing solutions, smart products for a full project team, and much more!
All of the right people... 3,000 of them. End-users, regulators, service providers, solutions providers, and more. If they work in the geospatial or built world, they’ll be here. They know Geo Week is where connections are forged, deals are made, and the industry comes together to drive its future.
Practical, actionable education. You’ll have the opportunity to learn from professionals and technology leaders who understand the full spectrum of data needs, work processes, software integration and standards in both the geospatial and BIM worlds.
200+ Exhibitors. An exhibit hall brimming with the newest geospatial and built world products and solutions to qualify and compare. Hundreds of technical leads and users to pose questions of and engage with. There’s no better place to discover the best tools and how to maximize them.
What's now and what's next? Where is the industry at this moment? What lies ahead? Geo Week convenes industry thought leaders who will share their expertise and provide essential insights, context and solutions in a series of can’t-miss keynote presentations.
Technical training to advance your career. Anyone looking for hands-on training or demos related to the latest airborne, terrestrial, and underwater lidar technologies will find workshops and trainings from leading 3D and AEC solutions providers.
Powerful partnerships with ASPRS and more. Geo Week is proud to host partner events including ASPRS Annual Conference and workshops, USIBD Laser Scanning Event, and a collaborative plenary session in partnership with MAPPS and WGIC.