INTERGEO 2015 ends successful – Geo-Sector agrees: Geoinformation is the international language of decision-makers

Stuttgart, 17 September 2015 – Geoinformation is the global language that decision-makers all understand. This places the geoinformation sector, with its technologies and solutions, in a key
position to deliver information that can be used to make decisions. The sector has strong wind
in its sails – as the growth seen at INTERGEO 2015 clearly demonstrates. With 15 percent more
exhibitors and floorspace, its broad international scope and thoroughly robust economic
outlook, INTERGEO radiates the full dynamism of this innovation-focused industry.

There's no need for any crystal ball to predict geoinformation's continuing growth. Cutting-edge
applications to meet society’s needs for mobility, intelligent cities, digital construction, a sustainable energy supply, climate protection and disaster relief management all rely quite heavily on geoinformation. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Karl-Friedrich Thöne, President of host organisation DVW – Gesellschaft für Geodäsie, Geoinformation und Landmanagement e.V. (German Society for Geodesy, Geoinformation and Land Management), says: “Geoinformation is the servant of society – an indispensable motor for its sustainability and future-proof business sector. What's more, the end-to-end integration of geoinformation into diverse business processes lends the sector further force thanks to its ability to accelerate and simplify processes and reduce costs.” Process optimisation and input into decision-making processes are the key tasks the geoinformation sector has proudly presented at INTERGEO in Stuttgart.

INTERGEO 2015: Unstinting growth

The facts and figures for this year's INTERGEO speak entirely for themselves. As it draws to a close
today, the 21st INTERGEO has scored 15 percent growth in exhibitors and floorspace and attracted a very impressive 16,500 visitors. Many of the exhibitors have remarked upon the senior executive status of the contacts they have made at INTERGEO. The fact that half of the exhibitors travelled from abroad reflects INTERGEO's top calibre as leading international trade fair for geoinformation technology. One of the zones where foreign exhibitors really made their mark was the “UK Pavilion”, which joined the trade fair again for the second time this year.

Objective: Customised results

The sector makes a concerted effort to integrate and implement developments in mainstream IT. The result is simple, user-friendly, intuitive solutions that seek to deliver customised responses to
customers' requirements and those of Geospatial 4.0. “Our technology must respond to the needs of an expanding global population. And we're very optimistic we can do just that. INTERGEO, the key event where our international users gather under one roof, gave us the chance to demonstrate how we optimise workflows and simplify processes for our customers' benefit,” said Eduardo Falcón, Executive Vice President and General Manager of the GeoPositioning Solutions Group at Topcon Positioning Group.

Interaerial SOLUTIONS: Platform for innovative businesses

The launch of the special exhibition zone interaerial SOLUTIONS the INTERGEO cements its status as the international communications hub for applications devoted to Unmanned Aerial Systems. Cina Molawi, a first-time exhibitor at INTERGEO with his start-up company “Sitebots”, reported that
“INTERGEO is just the right platform for young, innovative companies involved in UAS. INTERGEO
covers a broad spectrum of the industry – we welcomed a high proportion of decision-makers to our stand and succeeded in firmly positioning our products.”

A keen eye on: Recruiting young talent

Once again, one of the key concerns of many of the businesses at this year's INTERGEO was the
shortage of specialists – and the trade fair is becoming an increasingly important recruitment forum. “We have to actively combat the shortage of specialists and join forces with universities and companies to attract young talent,” says DVW President Thöne.

INTERGEO 2016: Keen interest in Hamburg

As one INTERGEO draws to a close, the next INTERGEO already beckons. With its future-oriented
focus on digital construction and smart cities, INTERGEO 2016 is moving to Hamburg. The city is
already renowned for its international flair and as a key centre of trade, architecture and innovation. “We have already received plenty of advance bookings for exhibition space,” says Christoph Hinte, INTERGEO's organiser and Managing Director of HINTE GmbH. The signs are all positive for INTERGEO 2016!


INTERGEO, which consists of a conference and a trade fair, is the world’s largest event for geodesy, geoinformation and land management. It is held every year at different venues in Germany. The conference deals with current issues from politics, administration, science and industry, and anticipates around 1,200 participants. At the previous leading trade fair, more than 16,500 visitors from 90 countries discovered the latest innovations from 549 companies from 30 different countries.

Visitor, exhibitor and exhibition area statistics for INTERGEO are calculated and certified in line with
the standardised definitions of the FKM (Society for the Voluntary Control of Fair and Exhibition

INTERGEO 2016 will be held in Hamburg from 11 to 13 October.

DVW – Gesellschaft für Geodäsie, Geoinformation und Landmanagement e.V. (German Society for
Geodesy, Geoinformation and Land Management) is the host of INTERGEO.


Jens Lichte
Communications manager 
Tel.: +49 (0)721/831424-760

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