Dates & Venue

Monday & Tuesday, 22 to 23 July 2019. Emperors Palace, Ekurhuleni, South Africa.

SA GeoTech 2019 announced

Conference and exhibition organisers EE Publishers has announced SA GeoTech 2019, a premier geospatial and construction IT event, which will take place at Emperors Palace in Gauteng from 22 to 23 July 2019.

Themed “Geo-tech to drive new business opportunities and economic growth” the conference will incorporate DesignTech, ArchiTech, MeasureTech, PositionTech, MineTech and ConstrucTech, and will feature a large exhibition with a concurrent conference for 300 people. It is supported and endorsed by the South African Geomatics Institute (SAGI).

SA GeoTech 2019 is an affordable and accessible industry platform for geospatial technologies, tools, skills, services, solutions and applications, and is held at a venue that provides exceptional quality, value and convenience to exhibitors and delegates alike.

Geomatics and its related solutions play key roles across the entire economic spectrum, and all interested persons and organisations in the public and private sectors are invited to attend.

The conference will focus on cutting-edge geospatial technologies, skills, solutions and applications for business leaders, managers, data analysts, engineers, scientists, project managers and decision-makers from all sectors of the economy.

Topics will include:

  • Technologies for collecting, processing and disseminating geo-intelligence
  • Extracting strategic business value from geodata
  • Working with big data and automating geo-information to enhance efficiency
  • 3D geospatial technologies for infrastructure projects and planning
  • Geo-visualisation and analytics for effective decision making
  • Geo-intelligence for optimising performance across the South African economy
  • Geodata management for asset operation and maintenance
  • Geospatial tools and tech for management support and planning
  • Monitoring and data management solutions for spatially-enabled enterprises
  • Optimising retail and governmental operations with geo-intelligence
  • Geospatial applications for resource management
  • Geo-tools for infrastructure development
  • Mapping and navigation technologies for optimised performance
  • Tools and platforms for processing and extracting geo-intelligence
  • Integrated smart sensors and sensing solutions for smart cities and smart infrastructure

For further information, exhibition floor plan, prices, quotations, bookings and more, visit

Contact Charmaine Manicom, EE Publishers, or Pierre Potgieter, EE Publishers,

Chris Yelland

Chris Yelland