The 1st India -USA Geospatial Business Summit was organized on June 02, 2022, on the sidelines of GeoBuiz 2022 Summit in Monterey, California in association with Geospatial World and in collaboration with the Embassy of India, Washington D.C. and the U.S. Department of State. GWCC is organizing the 2nd India-USA Geospatial and Space Business Summit on November 15, 2022 as part of GeoSmart India conference at Hyderabad International Convention Centre in Hyderabad, Telangana, India. The one day summit shall witness participation from the key stakeholders from government agencies, civil society, private sector, and academia and research fraternity from both the countries – USA and India. GWCC endeavours towards facilitating strategic dialogue between the two countries strengthening India-USA Geospatial and Space Business Partnership.
GWCC further strives to build on the mandate of Governments to provide broader framework of cooperation and develop an enabling environment of ease of doing business in their respective countries. This would further boost confidence of commercial companies to co-invest and embark on long term pathways for sustainable and profitable partnerships.
To deliberate on the various policy reforms pertaining to Geospatial and Space technologies towards strengthening the existing bilateral relations between the two countries
To demonstrate combined value of geospatial and space technology in overall development of the two countries through business dialogue
To showcase latest technology innovations across space, geospatial, AI/ML, Cloud, Autonomy and their combined integration with geospatial and EO capabilities to develop national geospatial knowledge infrastructure and its applications
To share and exchange the best practices of the Geospatial technologies embedded with future generation technologies and applications
To facilitate an actionable agenda for capacity building of the key stakeholders by leveraging of each other’s capabilities
To draw a roadmap for the next five years with Geospatial and Space technologies and applications at the nucleus