Location Intelligence Conference 2007

Monday, 2007-04-16
Wednesday, 2007-04-18

Join us at Location Intelligence Conference 2007
April 16-18, 2007, Parc 55 Hotel, San Francisco


Register for the Conference Now

Choose from Over 100 Presentations in Three Tracks

** Enterprise Location Intelligence
** Dynamic Geospatial Content
** Mobility & Location-based Services

Get Ahead On Emerging Location Technology by Attending Two Half-day Workshops

** Google's Geo Products (presented by Google)
** Hands-on with MapQuest Advantage API (presented by MapQuest)
** Introduction to Neogeography (presented by High Earth Orbit)
** Sharing Maps Through Interoperable Open Source Applications (presented by OSGeo, Autodesk and the Open Planning Project)
** Enterprise GIS Trends and Methods (presented by ESRI)
** Standards for Convergence (presented by the OGC)
** Spatially Enabling the Enterprise (presented by CH2M HILL)
** Integration between ArcGIS and Business Objects BI Platform (presented by Business Objects)
** Workshop by Oracle (Topic TBD)
** Workshop by Microsoft (Topic TBD)

** Special Birds of a Feather session for MapGuide Technology...Open to all Attendees!

Attendees can attend two workshops with their full registration. Register now to get first choice of workshops (seating is limited)

Book your room at the Parc 55 and don't forget to mention that you are with the conference to get the discounted rate!

Visit with the Top Vendors in Location Intelligence That Make This Event Possible

Our Platinum Sponsors



Our Gold Sponsors
Tele AtlasMetaCartaFirst AmericanDeCartaDigital GlobeMicrosoft

Our Silver Sponsors

TerraGo, Safe Software, GfK Geomarketing, RedSky Technologies, DMTI Spatial, GeoDecisions, Placebase, Tele Atlas, NAVTEQ, Zoom LBS, Telogis, TruePosition, Synergos Technologies, Environic Analytics, geoVue, Business Objects, Thetus Corporation, Geolabour, SSS Research, Immersive Media, and AWhere.

Additional Sponsors include
Synergos Technologies, 3D Route, MapInfo, Synthegis, 3D Route, MapAsia, and Korem

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With support from
The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC)
Ventana Research

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