by Staff Writers
Curitiba, Brazil (SPX) Oct 10, 2012
MundoGEO a leader in the organization of events and publication of magazines and web portal for the geospatial industry, will participate in the Intergeo, an international event focused on geoinformation, geodesy and land management, held annually in Germany.
In its 18th edition, Intergeo will feature several simultaneous events, such as the second Navigation Conference, the first German INSPIRE Conference of Germany and the third CLGE conference of European surveyors.
In 2012, 15,000 trade visitors are expected and 1,400 conference participants from around the globe.
With a local, national and international approach, Intergeo has been centralized as the most important event of the geoinformation industry.
For Olaf Freier, Managing Director of HINTE GmbH and Intergeo organiser, "its unique combination of trade fair and conference makes it an annual highlight at both economic and political level and a driving force for future national and international business".
Emerson Granemann, director and publisher of MundoGEO, comments about MundoGEO participation in the event.
"Our goal in the world's most important event in the geospatial industry, this time with an exhibition booth at the trade fair, is to promote MundoGEO to the world market as a leader in Latin America in the communications sector in the field of geospatial solutions.
Furthermore, we will seek new products to show our readers firsthand", he explains.
MundoGEO will be present at Intergeo with an exhibition booth at the fair trade, and also participating in the lecture, to bring its readers the latest industry news.
For further information, check the event website and wait for exclusive news in the magazine and MundoGEO Portal!
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