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Laser-Scan User Group Conference 2002

2-3 July 2002, Robinson College Executive Centre, Wyboston, Bedfordshire

Highlights from Day Two

Highlights from Day One

... stay tuned for more updates from the show!
Featured Presentations:
  • * New * Spatial Databases within a Local e-Government Platform
  • * New * Future directions in spatial technology and how to capitalise on them
  • * New * Setting the standard for map generalisation
  • Open and interoperable solutions that go beyond the GIS market by Oracle Corporation
  • Enterprise solutions for your location data by Laser-Scan
  • The benefits of topology and GML by Snowflake Software
    Featured Workshops:
  • Radius Topology in Action
  • Generalisation...moving mountains, motorways and milestones
    Customers in Focus:
  • * New * Ordnance Survey - The national mapping agency of Great Britain.
  • UK Royal Air Force - No 1 Aeronautical Information Documents Unit (No 1 AIDU)
  • Three states of the German Länder - Baden-Württemberg, Rheinland-Pfalz and Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • Kort & Matrikelstyrelsen (KMS) - The National Mapping Agency of Denmark
    Special Features:
  • Laser-Scan's latest technology - Radius Topology
    Partner Profiles:
  • * New * Snowflake Software - a UK based company providing innovative mapping technology and consultancy services.
  • GDC - a UK MapInfo Premier Partner
    Whether you are an IT director, a database administrator or a GIS specialist the Laser-Scan User Group Conference has something for you.

    Our 13th annual User Group Conference will be held on 2nd-3rd July 2002.

    We’re delighted to welcome Oracle’s Senior Product Manager, Mike Turnill, as the keynote speaker on the first day of events. Mike will get the ball rolling on a day of presentations and workshops surrounding our latest product: Radius Topology.

    The second day of the conference gets underway with a keynote presentation from Niels Andersen, the Managing Director of the Danish national mapping agency, KMS. The day's schedule focuses on our work in the field of generalisation as well as our capabilities in such diverse areas as chart production and mobile navigation.

    See the Agenda (www.laser-scan.com/2002conference/agenda.htm) for more details.

    This year’s conference sees the introduction of a new feature: Talk to the experts. Book your one-to-one advice session with Laser-Scan's team of specialists here.

    The Laser-Scan User Group conference is a must-attend event that will expose new technology and innovations for the geospatial and IT communities. Whether you're a decision-maker that currently uses Laser-Scan software, or a user of other geospatial technology, you need to keep apace with the latest developments by attending this year's Laser-Scan User Group Conference.

    Laser-Scan Managing Director Dr Michael Sanderson says the conference offers delegates an inspiring range of opportunities:
    "We are extremely excited about this year's User Group Conference. It's a chance for Laser-Scan customers new and old to find out first hand about our new capabilities within the Oracle environment and to catch up with developments in generalisation and our core markets."

    Register for regular email updates - contact helenm@lsl.co.uk

    Visit the Laser-Scan User Group Conference website

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