Intergraph Mapping and Geospatial Solutions kicked off the GeoSpatial World 2004 international management and training conference, hosted by Intergraph and the Intergraph GeoSpatial Users Community (IGUC), by showcasing open solutions and technology that transform GIS-centric systems into enterprise information systems. Intergraph Mapping and Geospatial Solutions President, Preetha Pulusani, welcomed the participants that included GIS, mapping and IT professionals from 56 countries. The attendance was more by 20 percent over the last year’s attendance, said a release from Intergraph.
Pulusani was joined by Halsey Wise, Intergraph CEO and President, who unveiled Intergraph’s new branding initiative, which presents the company in its role as the world leader in delivering software and services for the management and visual representation of complex information.
Throughout the three-day management and training conference, a substantive technical program will cover open technology and standards and proven geospatial solutions for utilities, communications, remote sensing and photogrammetry, military and intelligence, national and federal government, regional and local government and transportation markets. Organized into industry tracks, the conference focuses on hot topics and systems implementations for utilities and communications, commercial remote sensing and photogrammetry, military and intelligence, governance and transportation.
In conjunction with the conference, a one-day education symposium will be held to provide information about innovative geospatial research and teaching for instructors, educators and academic researchers in K-12 schools, colleges and universities.