AI-GEOSTATS: Web Mapping Conferences
- Modern Innovations of Web Mapping for GIS Conferences
February 9, 2001 in Orlando - Sold Out!
March 8, 2001 in Atlanta
April 9, 2001 in Orlando
May 9, 2001 in St. Louis
These conferences are for anyone wanting to learn important and imperative issues of Web Mapping for GIS. Top vendors will demonstrate their newest versions of Web Mapping software. Professionals from the industry will give you an education in Web Mapping surpassing all other conferences. Vital and essential concepts you can't afford to miss. Find out how Web Mapping can work for you today. Limited vendor participation will be endorsed to encourage more presentations from public experts.
Limited ticket sales.
This conference is for educational purposes only and not for selling software. Only 100 tickets will be sold to allow for a better learning experience and to encourage more one on one help on important issues and topics.
Web Mapping for GIS is a big topic which covers the technical aspects, to the end users, and managers. For example, government (local, state, federal) are getting a lot of pressure to provide services and take care of problems with fewer resources. Giving citizens access to data helps to alleviate this problem. Some example are: parking restriction maps, crime mapping, zoning, EPA toxic release inventory, etc.
If you would like to present a topic on Web Mapping for GIS in exchange for a free ticket, please send us a paragraph on the topic you wish to present. Not all topics will be approved. We will post all topics and the time of the presentation to our web site as soon as they are approved.
*Government personnel have up to 8 weeks after the Orlando conference to submit payment. Please provide us with a purchase order or other documentation to receive your tickets. In rare cases such as denial of funds by the county commission and such, payment will not be expected. A $50 dollar savings bond will be given away for each person who registers and says your name as a reference. Must be registered to participate.
President of Mapping Communications
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