Siberia: The IX international geo-forum “Interexpo GEO-Siberia-2013”, organised by the Siberian State Academy of Geodesy, concluded on April 26, 2013. The official support for all events was rendered by public authorities, administration of Novosibirsk Region, specialised associations, unions and companies.
The participants and guests of the exhibition and forum were welcomed by Vasily A. Yurchenko, Governor of Novosibirsk Region, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Karl-Friedrich Thöne, President of DVW, Germany, and Prof. Dr. Alexander P. Karpik, Rector of Siberian State Academy of Geodesy
The diversity of topics and wide geography of participants confirmed the high level of “Interexpo GEO-Siberia” forum as one of leading events in geo-industry.
More than 91 companies from 26 cities of the Russian Federation, as well as near and far abroad countries demonstrated a wide range of their products. Among them were the following companies: Geostroyiziskaniya, Topcon, Sokkia, Geo-Alliance, SCANEX R&D Center, Research Centre for Earth Operative Monitoring, Ural Optical Mechanics Plant, Regio Infra, Racurs, Jena Instrument, GeoCad Plus, KB Panorama, SATEL OY, Sovzond, ArtGeo, PC-Soft GmbH, GEOkomm, navXperience GmbH, KOLIDA, Kassandana, Zapsiblesproject, Inter-Geo, Institutes of SB RAS, GISware Integro, Michael Dreesmann Consultancy, RUIDE SURVEYING INSTRUMENT C O., LTD , AULETRIS, s.r.o., Barthauer Software, Innoter, GPScom, GNSS Plus, Scientific and Research Centre of Space Hydrometeorology “Planeta”, Credo-Dialogue, National Research Irkutsk State Technical University, Tomsk Polytechnic University, and other companies. The Czech delegation exhibited for the first time.
Around 2,000 Russian and foreign professionals researchers, lecturers, administrative structures from 235 companies and organisations took part in the extensive business programme of the forum.
The international workshop on “The Risk and Emergency Management Circle: How to Support it by Cartography, Geoinformatics, GPS and Remote Sensing?” was one of remarkable events at the Conference.
Source: Interexpo GEO