The mapping industry is changing fast and it will affect everything from logistics, food delivery, navigation, search etc.
Fun fact: 80% of actions on the phone are already location-based. The established players in mapping are struggling. OpenStreetMap, microsatellites, open source, drones, crowdsourcing are completely changing the landscape and are introducing a kind of "neogeography". New players like Uber, Lyft, delivery services, running apps are turning into platforms that track the pulse of whats happening in our world through GPS probes - and almost in real-time. This session will give an outlook from various perspectives.