The geospatial sector is comprised of some of the most innovative thinkers, solving the most pressing governmental and businesses challenges. A key part of nurturing this culture of ingenuity is teaching and inspiring the next generation of geospatial leaders.
Intergraph is embarking on an ambitious effort to cultivate creativity amongst students with our inaugural Geospatial Challenge. The challenge will allow students to flex their problem solving skills using Intergraph’s innovations.
As such, we are calling on students who are participating in Intergraph’s Global Education Program, Intergraph U, to submit an abstract describing the scope of a problem, their geographical area of interest, and the dataset(s) and Intergraph solution(s) used.