Directions Magazine will host three webinars this week:
- Rapidly Deploying Location Intelligence via the Cloud
- Customizing Geodata: Case Studies from Harley-Davidson, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and more
- What Tomorrow’s GIS Workforce Needs to Know About GIS Programming and Development - Are You Prepared?
The Rapidly Deploying Location Intelligence via the Cloud webinar, which takes place Tuesday, Sept. 11, at 2 p.m. EST, is sponsored by Galigeo and will focus on how Galigeo for BI uses a hybrid SaaS architecture to empower organizations to enhance their use of their BI software to solve complex location dependent problems
The Customizing Geodata: Case Studies from Harley-Davidson, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and more webinar takes place on Wednesday, Sept. 12 at 2 p.m. It focuses how and why American Digital Cartography, Inc. (ADCi) customizes TomTom data for government organizations and private companies and will features three customer case studies: the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Harley-Davidson, Inc. and Lender Processing Services, Inc. (LPS).
The What Tomorrow’s GIS Workforce Needs to Know About GIS Programming and Development - Are You Prepared? webinar is on Thursday, Sept. 13 at 2 p.m. This webinar identifies key themes and trends in GIS software development and programming and looks at how Penn State’s suite of related courses can help you advance your technical GIS knowledge.
Be sure to visit our upcoming webinars page to see the full list of webinars.
About Directions Magazine
Directions Magazine, a publication of Directions Media, is the world’s leading source of news and opinion for “all things location,” and is the producer of the GeoSpatial Webinars series. We keep our readers informed with the latest geospatial technology trends and issues through newsletters, blogs, podcasts, industry Channels and webinars. Our readers gain an “inside edge” by reading our publications and attending our events. Read us daily at www.DirectionsMag.com.
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