“So we did a spring survey in 2020, and it came back with more than 17 use cases. It was amazing. I knew that we had seen an increase in the number of use cases, but I didn’t know that it had gone that far.”
THis Week’s Key Question
“What do you get when you cross the built environment with geospatial technologies?”
This Week’s Guests
For that question we head to Portland, Maine to speak with Jeremiah Karpawicz, Editorial Director and Lee Corkhill, Group Events Director for Diversified Communications. Diversified Communications is a leading international media company with a portfolio of face-to-face exhibitions and conferences, online communities, and digital and print publications. The company connects, educates, and strengthens business communities in over 14 industries including technology, food and beverage, healthcare, natural and organic, and business management.
What We Learn
In February 2022, Diversified Communications will present Geo Week, a new brand name of previously stand-alone events like AEC Next Technology Expo & Conference, International Lidar Mapping Forum, and SPAR 3D Expo & Conference. The move reflects the increased integration between the built environment, advanced airborne/terrestrial technologies, and commercial 3D technologies. UAV technology which continues to provide a tool to these segments is sure to featured during Geo Week, illustrating the growth of the technology in advancing the work by geospatial professionals. In this edition of the Drone Radio Show, Lee and Jeremiah talk about Geo Week, the geospatial industry and how drones are gaining increasing popularity in the geospatial segment.
- Geo Week (www.geo-week.com)