Geo Week

About Geo Week

“You are in the understanding business,” -Jack Dangermond, 2023 Keynote Address

Geo Week 2023 celebrated everything at the intersection of geospatial and the built world. It was a record showing for the event, which saw a 50 percent increase in attendance over the 2022 event, with more than 2,800 professionals attending conference sessions and exploring the packed exhibit floor.

Bringing together an audience that spans as many industries and areas of expertise as Geo Week is no small undertaking. Among all the job roles, technologies and workflows are some core common threads – including that we are all trying to get better information about both the built and the natural world to make better decisions, work more efficiently, and, in some cases, even change the world.

As Jack Dangermond pointed out in his keynote address, everyone at Geo Week truly is in the “understanding business.” Whether it is through the use of terrestrial, aerial, drone or satellite information (or a combination of all of these together), or through the processing and analysis of collected data, every exhibitor and attendee is looking for or sharing the solutions they’ve found.

While it is difficult to capture everything the three-day event had to offer, there was a definite and growing buzz generated by those in attendance as they networked on and off the exhibit hall floor. These conversations – between attendees, suppliers, resellers, solution providers and problem-solvers – are what really drive Geo Week.

The event had a sold-out exhibit hall floor featuring 190 exhibitors, representing a 31% increase over 2022, further cementing Geo Week as the premier event for technologies for the built environment, advanced airborne/terrestrial technologies, and commercial 3D technologies.

When it happens:

Feb 11-13 2024

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