Baltic Geospatial Information Technology Conference

9 - 11 March 2022
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Tallinn
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44 Speakers
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Who we are

The conference is organized by the representatives from each Baltic state – the Estonian Geoinformatics Society, the Latvia’s GIS Association, and the Lithuanian Cartographic Society in cooperation with our conference partners.

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What we do

The Baltic Geospatial Information Technology Conference (BGITC) is a unique cooperation among Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania in order to organise a regional industry event that fosters cross-border collaboration in the field of geospatial information technology (GIT). Apart from exchanging experiences to expand knowledge and innovation, as well as exploring market growth opportunities, the goal is to build a common view and vision for the development of GIT industry in the Baltics region.“

Why attend?

The BGITC is an event to anyone, who is interested in GIT – be it students or researchers from universities, representatives from corporations, government organisations, and municipalities, entrepreneurs, etc – and has registered for the conference.

Throughout the day, you will have an opportunity to:

  • tune in to speakers – both local and international – at any of the several parallel sessions
  • meet and exchange ideas with GIT advocates, professionals and enthusiasts
46Days
22Hours
4Mins
14Secs

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Program

The conference run through 3 days from 9-11 March 2022.
The first day in pre-conference day and ment for workshops and company visits.
Day 1
09 Mar 2022
Day 2
10 Mar 2022
Day 3
11 Mar 2022

Workshop

Real-time usage of geospatial data, live videofeeds and AI for situational awareness and decision support in public safety

How pre-surveyed geospatial data and AI benefits incident response

As tech in Public Safety becomes more common, the key question is focusing on how to shape it to truly help first responsers. The digitalization of Emergency Services can enable...
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Alfonso Zamarro

Updates on street-level imagery for open mapping

This presentation is an exploration of street-level imagery and the role it plays improving maps. We’ll be looking at applications across various sectors including local government, humanitarian response, urban mobility,...
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Edoardo Neerhut (Mapillary)

Mapping the streets: from data collection to data-driven solutions for the city

Streets are of same importance for cities as blood-vessels for humans. Following this analogy, if we want our cities to be healthy and function smoothly, we must collect all kind...
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Rimantas Peciulis (Vilniaus Planas)
Donatas Gudelis (Vilniaus Planas)

GIS capabilities in public safety applications

Kaido Irdt (IT and Development Centre, Ministry of the Interior)

Shared ice thickness monitoring information benefits in public safety

Heiki Ivask (Estonian Police and Border Guard Board), Henrik Veenpere (Estonian Rescue Board)
Henrik Veenpere

KappaOne – catch the value of Sentinel-1 analysis-ready data (ARD)

Radar data remains under-utilised because it is still too complex for many potential beneficiaries to analyse and use. Numerous users prefer to focus on their data analytics, modelling or visualisation...
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Kaupo Voormansik (KappaZeta OÜ)

GIS Platform that Works in Our Favor, Not Against Us (INSPIRE in Estonia)

The Estonian Land Board has coordinated the implementation of the INSPIRE Directive in Estonia since the beginning of the Directive. There have been many different people involved with the process...
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Mart Randmäe, Kaire Veeperv (Estonian Land Board)

Breaking the boundaries – Ultra Wideband and GNSS positioning for industrial applications

Eliko is a global provider of Ultra Wideband positioning networks. We have an end-to-end system and focussing on providing reliable and accurate data to our customers.There is a growing need...
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Sander Ulp (ELIKO Tehnoloogia Arenduskeskus OÜ)

Tickets

Two-days ticket early bird
75.00 EUR

Free entrance for pre-conference workshops

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Coffee breaks (two days)

Buffee lunch (two days)

Free entrance for the evening event

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90.00 EUR

Tickets are sold 09.02.2022 – 09.03.2022

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65.00 EUR

Tickets are sold 09.02.2022 – 09.03.2022

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