In an official press release, the BIMcrunch-sponsored event have announced that visitor registrations are up 50% compared to last year’s event.
Caroline Hobden, Event Director for GEO Business, commented: “We are absolutely delighted to have such resolute support from the geospatial community to make GEO Business an energy-packed, forward-looking event. We have responded to demand by growing the exhibition floorspace so it’s nearly 400m2 bigger than last year, and to reflect this our free workshop sessions have grown by 34%, so we now have over 140 workshop sessions with live demonstrations of new products and services.”
Just two exhibitor stands remain for the event, and those interested in snapping one up should contact Caroline via her email address: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org.
Conducting Building Information Modelling-related presentations at GEO Business 2015 include: Director of BIM at Black & Veatch, Ian Bush; Arup‘s Paul Hill, who will be discussing the relationship between BIM and GIS; Morten Hertz Knudsen of COWI, Denmark; US firm Materia‘s Kyle Schertzing, who will evoke discussion relating to BIM and LiDAR; Leica Geosystems‘ Paul Burrows (listen to Paul’s Crunch Time here); and Fred Mills, Founding Director of The B1M (read Fred’s BIM Brunch with us here).
GEO Business 2015 takes place at the Business Design Centre in London, United Kingdom from May 27th to May 28th.