Smart approaches to infrastructure planning and design

By 2050, 68% of the world's population will be living in cities — putting increasing pressure on existing infrastructure.

Join geospatial and urban design leaders as they explore how to overcome the challenges of growing populations, mass urbanisation and climate change.

Hear more about a smarter, geo-enabled approach to infrastructure planning and design and how the integration of technologies supports the future of our built environment.

Highlights

  • Explore advancements in the built environment industry.
  • Learn about smarter approaches to infrastructure planning and design.
  • Discover how integrating CAD, GIS, and BIM supports urban planning.
  • Get insight into applications of geospatial technology in infrastructure planning.

Speakers

Leslie Wong
Leslie Wong
Managing Director
Esri South Asia, Singapore
With a career spanning two decades and three countries, Leslie has worked tirelessly to encourage and inspire others to use geographic insight to make a positive difference, establishing a reputation as one of the region’s most respected GIS leaders.
Prof Lam Khee Poh Profile
Lam Khee Poh, PhD, FRIBA, FIBPSA
Dean
School of Design and Environment, National University of Singapore
An architect and educator specialising in computational design support systems for total building performance analysis and diagnostics.
Saibal Das Chowdhury Profile
Saibal Das Chowdhury
Urban Technologist, Co-Founder
Urbanetic
Saibal Das Chowdhury is an urban technologist and CEO and Co-Founder of Urbanetic.
Azharudin Ismail Profile
Azharudin Ismail
Pathfinder, GeoSpatial Industry Engagement & Development
GeoWorks
Azharudin Ismail has been in the tech industry for more than 20 years with roles in technology, sales and business development.

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