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The 23rd edition of GeoSmart India will be the catalyst for positive change, uniting geospatial pioneers, emerging technology enthusiasts, and key stakeholders under one roof to shape a better future for our country.
Geospatial Infrastructure and Digital Twins: Powering the National Economy
GeoSmart India 2023 vision: Strengthening India’s ambition towards a Successful Trillion-Dollar Economy! Geospatial infrastructure and digital twins play a pivotal role in powering the national economy by enabling us to measure what we can see and make better decisions across all the major sectors, thereby empowering the national economy. It is a symbiotic relationship supporting sustainability that inter- connects people, processes, data, and technology. To transform India into a sustainable, digitally advanced nation under the 'Amritkaal' vision, we must unite all stakeholders and build real-time data knowledge infrastructure by embracing the potential of digital technologies in convergence with geospatial technologies.
‘India go vocal on making it local and digital’. Farm to tech savvy fork. Innovations, best practices, equity and real-world stories.
Intelligent solutions, data driven, outpacing change in project & operations, sustainability and human – centric build up.
Renewable energy - solar, wind, hydro, green fuel redefine power sources, reduce emissions, smart grids, 5G - telcos, more
ESG, impact assessment, risks – policy & negotiations, threats and future, innovation and alternate solutions with best practices
A roadmap for national development, data to knowledge transition, integrated national strategy, policy frameworks, knowledge co-creation
Land rights, policies, knowledge, data digitalization, resilience, bhu-adhaar and more
Making Planning Work in India, Urban Planning, Digital Twin - BIM, Urban - Revive - Policy
Earth Observation (EO); Positioning, Navigation & Timing (PNT); and Communications, National Mission - Strategy – Policy
GIS & Spatial
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The India Geospatial Awards serve as a celebrated platform designed to recognize and inspire the remarkable achievements of geospatial technology developers, professionals, end users, and policy makers. We aim to recognize their extraordinary contributions in key economic sectors like agriculture, urban development, utility, energy, space, and more.
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India is a young nation with a spirit of innovation and a strong startup base. The number of startups has almost doubled since 2021. The collection, production, and dissemination of geospatial data have been democratized. The government is committed to ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’ and now it is our responsibility to put in efforts to make that possible. We need to integrate different technology and enhance India’s collective geospatial capability. Nowadays, digital geospatial information provides far more value for societal, economic, and environmental use than just a simple map. It serves as an essential national information resource.”
At the outset, I should say this is a very significant event. Today the world is changing very fast, and technology is evolving so rapidly that those who don’t adopt it, will be left behind. In this context, science and technology development is fostered by certain entities. If there’s any country that has a value system that the world should remain sustainable, it is India. We are at the threshold of change, and each one of us, people at large, including academia and enterprises, need to participate and become actively involved. Things are going very fast, and in this era we can make a difference by going beyond science & technology and focusing on how we can live on this planet sustainably.
Biggest challenge that we face is reducing emission and furthering sustainability. Space plays a very crucial role in achieving the SDGs and decarbonizing the world. The all encompassing geospatial is going to play a very important role to understand our world much better in times to come.