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11 am to 12 pm    Launch of the Singapore Geospatial Festival 2021

Join us for the launch of the Singapore Geospatial Festival.

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Programme
  • Welcome by Mr Colin Low, Chief Executive, Singapore Land Authority (SLA)
  • MOU Signing Ceremony and Launch of the Young Geospatial Scientist Badge with Science Centre Singapore
  • Highlights of the Singapore Geospatial Festival 2021 Programme
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Mr Colin Low
Chief Executive
Singapore Land Authority (SLA)
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1 pm to 2 pm
Lunch break
2 pm to 3 pm    GeoMarketplace: Meet GeoTechs from around the world
Learn about the latest geospatial innovations offered by GeoWorks' GeoTechs at GeoMarketplace.
Optimise 3PL logistics process efficiency and resource utilisation with data intelligence
Esther Low, Business Development Lead, ENT-Vision (Singapore)
Manual processing of delivery orders and job assignments are often labour-intensive, time consuming and mind-numbing. Ent-Vision uses Artificial Intelligence (AI), Natural Language Processing (NLP), Machine Learning (ML), and geospatial technology to automate delivery order data extraction and optimise assignment of jobs and route planning. This solution significantly reduces manpower and cost, leading to a greener and smarter city with fewer trucks on the road.
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Creating geolocation infrastructures
Tyler Moon, CEO, Lineable (South Korea)
Lineable is a hardware-based company focused on creating smart and connected wearables and geolocation solutions for families. The Lineable Marker serves to improve existing geolocation infrastructure by creating a smart IoT-fied environment, thus enabling the Lineable Bands to be widely deployed as connected wearables, as well as the IoT-fied manhole cover. In this session, learn more about two case studies and how their unique technology solves the limited battery capacity of these infrastructures as well as contribute to consumer safety.
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Building the internet of places with UNL Global
Pascal Verloop, Chief Product Officer (CPO), UNL://  (The Netherlands)
Fusing the physical and digital worlds is the next frontier in building and maintaining the accuracy, quality and relevance of mapping and location-based solutions. How can we do this at scale? How can we leverage the Internet of Places to build immersive, hyperlocal experiences, services and apps? In this webinar, you will learn:
  • How UNL is transforming the world into a distributed smart grid of micro-databases
  • About UNL GeoIDs and how cells will change the way one interacts with locations
  • What the Internet of Places and Minecraft have in common
  • About Virtual Private Maps (VPMs), connecting multiple data sources and maintaining the quality of data in real-time
  • If locations can be programmed
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City data as a service: Use cases and benefits
Saibal D. Chowdhury, Co-Founder, Urbanetic (Singapore)
As organisations across the world embark on digital transformation, the benefits are not the same for everyone. In many cases, companies are becoming data rich but information poor. The critical success factor is identifying the data that require digitisation and on unifying and utilising them. 
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3 pm to 4 pm    Trimble X7 scan with confidence for various applications
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Partner co-located track
High-speed 3D laser scanning system with advanced technologies to simplify adoption, increase efficiency and provide confidence in the field powered by Trimble Perspective.
This webinar covers:
  • Automatic Calibration: Complete confidence in every scan with the industry's first smart calibration system. No targets or user interaction required. On-Demand calibration reports.
  • Self-leveling: Automatic survey grade level compensation.
  • Trimble Registration Assist: Increase your field productivity with the industry's most comprehensive automatic registration.
  • Laser Pointer: Provide visual confirmation of individual points to be measured by Trimble Perspective.
  • Georeferencing: Link registered scans to a project coordinate system in Trimble Perspective.

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4 pm to 4.30 pm   Ultra large-scale 3D reconstruction of digital city models of the world built by algorithms and AI

Dr. Jon Li, CEO, Vizzio Technologies Pte Ltd
Automatic city modelling from satellite imagery is one of the biggest challenges in urban reconstruction. Existing methods produce at best rough and dense Digital Surface Models. Inspired by recent works on semantic 3D reconstruction and region-based stereovision, we propose a method for producing compact, semantic-aware and geometrically accurate 3D city models from stereo pair of satellite images. Our approach relies on two key ingredients. First, geometry and semantics are retrieved simultaneously bringing robustness to occlusions and to low image quality. Second, we operate at the scale of geometric atomic region which allows the shape of urban objects to be well preserved, and a gain in scalability and efficiency. We demonstrate the potential of our algorithm by reconstructing different cities around the world in a few hours. We also highlight our recent work with Surbana Jurong/AETOS in 3D reconstruction of the City Model of Singapore including Parametric modelling.
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4.30 pm to 5 pm    Autodesk ASEAN Innovation Awards 2021 (BIM Awards)
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Partner co-located track
The Autodesk ASEAN Innovation Awards 2021 will be launched to recognise the projects and people within the ASEAN region that embrace the future of making through the use of innovative technology. These include Building Information Modelling (BIM) and Autodesk AEC (Architecture, Engineering, and Construction) solutions. There are four award categories:
  • Innovator of the Year
  • Better World Builder of the Year Award
  • Alliance Award
  • Future Pillar Award