Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things and GNSS in Africa

Source: SatNav JPO

SatNav Africa Joint Programme Office (JPO) invites the general public to join them for an engaging and informative live webinar that aims to shed light on the significant role of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT) in Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS), specifically focusing on the unique African context.

The event is scheduled for 11 am (GMT) on 20 June 2023, when industry experts and thought leaders will gather virtually to discuss the potential and impact of AI and IoT in enhancing GNSS technology within Africa.

During the webinar, attendees will explore how the fusion of AI and IoT can revolutionise navigation systems, improve positioning accuracy, and enable a wide range of applications in various sectors. Integrating AI and IoT with GNSS promises to unlock unprecedented opportunities for the African continent, from transportation and logistics to agriculture, urban planning, and disaster management.

The seasoned speakers will delve into the practical implementation of AI and IoT in GNSS, highlighting successful case studies and ongoing projects that have already demonstrated their effectiveness. They will also address the challenges and potential solutions associated with deploying these technologies in Africa, emphasising the need for collaboration, innovation, and capacity building.

Irrespective of whether attendees are industry professionals, technology enthusiasts, or simply curious about the latest advancements in GNSS, this webinar provides a valuable platform to acquire insights, engage with experts, and actively participate in thought-provoking discussions. 

Interested participants are encouraged to register here to secure their spot and join the webinar on 20 June 2023 for an enlightening session that will shape the future of navigation technology in Africa.

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