IOGP/Petrobras 10th Geomatics Industry Day
December 7 - December 8
Geomatics in a low carbon future: emerging technologies for deepwater survey and geospatial operations
The energy industry is increasingly aligned with climate action and environmental goals to reduce carbon emissions and the drive to ‘net zero’. Geomatics has a strong part to play in this arena across a multitude of activities, with examples including: minimal- and un-crewed, remotely-operated, and autonomous survey operations; advanced positioning technology and geospatial visualisation; environmental baseline & monitoring surveys; methane emissions mapping visualisation and monitoring; carbon capture and storage support; improved crisis management through integrated common operating picture and geospatial analytics; to name but a few.
The 2021 IOGP / Petrobras 10th Geomatics Industry Day will highlight Operator and Contractor-led use cases in the Survey and Geospatial domain, through the lens of deepwater.Download event flyer
The event comprises of two half day sessions:
- Day 1 (7 December 2021, 1300-1700 UTC)
will focus on how emerging Survey, Positioning & Geospatial technologies support global deepwater activity, improved operational efficiency and reduced energy consumption.
- Day 2 (8 December 2021, 1300-1700 UTC),
led by Petrobras, will showcase deepwater Geomatics activities specifically in Brazil region, including efforts from Educational Institute and Government bodies.
Call for papers
We invite you to submit abstracts (maximum 300 words) for short fifteen-minute technical talks – with an additional five minutes for questions – related to our theme of ‘Geomatics in a low carbon future: emerging technologies for deepwater survey and geospatial operations’.
Please submit topics via the Online Form by Wednesday, 30 June 2021.
For more information, please contact the Geomatics Committee Manager, Lucyna Kryla-Straszewska, at email@example.com