COM.Geo 2010 Conference

COM.Geo Newsletter (June 14, 2010)

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COM.Geo 2010 Final Program Now Available, Register to Keep Up with the Latest Computing for Geospatial Technologies

The COM.Geo 2010 conference final program is now available. Please download here. Only ONE week until COM.Geo 2010 begins! Register NOW to keep up with the latest computing for geospatial technologies.  >>

USGS Keynote: Developing a National LIDAR Dataset for Detailed Landscape Modeling

Gregory I Snyder  (Manager, LIDAR Program Development, Land Remote Sensing Program, USGS)

Wednesday June 23  9:45AM - 10:20AM

There has never been a greater national need for consistent 3D models of the landscape to address pressing resource management, conservation, natural hazards and economic issues. The government is considering a program to enhance the quality, consistency and availability of 3D landscape information using lidar and related measurement technologies. This presentation will introduce lidar technology and outline the concept of a national program, including science and operational applications, benefits and the challenges of creating a national lidar data layer applicable to many government and other national business uses.  >>

ESRI's Demo Talks on Transforming the Way You Use GIS via a New Web-Based Gateway - ArcGIS.COM - into the ArcGIS System for Cloud GIS, Mobile GIS, Web GIS, ...

Scheduled for release in June 2010, the newest version of ESRI’s ArcGIS System will improve the way that desktop, mobile and server based GIS applications can be used to leverage geographic information throughout your enterprise. Users will be able to use the power of GIS everywhere: via Web-extended desktops, Web-hosted applications, and cloud GIS. Extend mobile applications to the iPhone. Use ArcGIS Server on the Amazon cloud. Find, share, organize, and use maps, applications, and other resources via— a Web-based gateway into the ArcGIS system. Discover, share, and present geographic information using ArcGIS Explorer Online, a Microsoft Silverlight based new ArcGIS Explorer. In the talks, you will learn more about the many new ways to create, maintain, analyze, visualize and share Geographic Information using the ArcGIS System. >>

COM.Geo Focus Group Open, Microsoft Focus Group Sign Up Now

Focus Groups Open Now at COM.Geo 2010. Microsoft Focus Group has been scheduled. In Microsoft Focus Groups, you’ll have opportunities to discuss with Microsoft Team about several geospatial directions and technical insights into SQL Server Spatial, Bing Maps, SQL Server, Business Intelligence(BI), and SQL Spatial Library, etc. If interested in Microsoft Focus Group / Interview, please sign up here. >>

Free Courses by Microsoft and Oracle Experts

COM.Geo 2010 Conference provides FREE admissions to Microsoft SQL Server SteamInsight and Oracle Spatial & Business Intelligence courses at the conference. This is a very good opportunity for you to not only get insides of Microsoft and Oracle software but also directly interact with these people from the software giants. Register  >>

Official Travel Guide to Washington DC

Conference hotel Hyatt Regency Bethesda sits on top of the Bethesda Metro Stop on the Red Line to Washington D.C.'s monuments, museums, attractions, and Reagan National Airport-DCA. Explore sightseeing, museums, attractions through this official guide. >>

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About COM.Geo 2010

COM.Geo 2010 is the 1st international conference and exhibition on computing for geospatial research and application with a focus on the latest computing technologies for multidisciplinary research and development that enables the exploration in geospatial areas. COM.Geo Conference is an exclusive event that connects researchers, developers, scientists, and application users from academia, government, and industry in both computing and geospatial fields. Innovative research and application technologies are the brightest spotlights at COM.Geo conference.  

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