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Registration now open for GEO Business 2024

Attendees can expect to be inspired and informed by a wide range of talks and panels, focusing on the key areas shaping geospatial
Attendees can expect to be inspired and informed by a wide range of talks and panels, focusing on the key areas shaping geospatial

Visitor registration now open for UK’s largest geospatial event taking place at ExCeL London in June

GEO Business, the free-to-attend expo designed for geospatial professionals who want to unlock the power of location intelligence, will return to ExCeL London from 5–6 June 2024.

The highly anticipated 2024 instalment is set to be the best yet, as it returns for its landmark tenth edition. With more than 130 companies showcasing geospatial tech, tools, and solutions, visitors will have the chance to get up-close with the latest innovations. Plus, the free-to-attend education programme features over 150 speakers. Visitors will be able to hear from the brightest minds in the field, gain CPD points, and get up to speed with the key trends.


Ollie Hughes, event director of GEO Business, said: ‘We’re excited to be planning a stand-out event for 2024, that offers even more opportunities for the geospatial community to connect, collaborate, and innovate. With free registration now open, we can’t wait to welcome our visitors from 5–6 June to celebrate 10 years of GEO Business.’

The exhibition at GEO Business will be a one-stop-shop for finding the latest solutions to collect, analyse, store, and share spatial data. The tech on display will include 3D visualization; aerial mapping; BIM; GIS/GNSS; laser scanning and LiDAR; machine learning and AI; mobile mapping; photogrammetry; point clouds; reality capture; remote sensing; robotics and automation; Simultaneous Localisation and Mapping (SLAM); UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles)/drones; augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR); and more.

Among the leading equipment manufacturers, software companies and service providers that have been confirmed to exhibit are Coptrz, Esri UK, FARO Technologies, Flai Ai, JAVAD GNSS, NavVis, Radiodetection, RIEGL, Screening Eagle, SEP Geospatial, Spyrosoft, and Survey Max. Additional companies are being added to the list each week.

The show is also supported by four leading organisations: the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS); Association for Geographic Information (AGI); The Survey Association (TSA) and Chartered Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyors (CICES).

As well as a central exhibition, the event will feature a CPD-accredited programme offering more than 120 sessions across seven theatres. Attendees can expect to be inspired and informed by a wide range of talks and panels, focusing on the key areas shaping geospatial.

Sessions will cover a range of different aspects of geospatial, including the built environment, infrastructure, transport, earth observation and satellite applications, drones, utilities and energy, surveying, and land and natural resource management.

Speakers from 1Spatial, Arup, Atkins, Hexagon, Jacobs, Ordnance Survey, Geospatial Commission, Topcon, and Wood plc are just a few examples of big names in geospatial who were part of the line-up in 2023.

AISPECO, a manufacturer of advanced geospatial data collection, says: ‘GEO Business is much more ‘open’ as a conference since all the sessions happen right on the exhibition floor. This dynamic setup creates excellent opportunities for engaging conversations.’

GEO Business takes place at ExCeL London from 5–6 June 2024. To register for a free trade ticket, click here. To keep up with show updates, visit: 


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