Learn about TomTom Geospatial for Oracle during this webinar, which will feature several case studies that show how TomTom’s data and Oracle’s spatial solutions work together to solve a variety of business challenges.Oracle will describe where the TomTom data fits in to a variety of Oracle Spatial based applications.
Join Xavier Lopez, director of Product Management for Oracle's Spatial products group and Pieter Van Kerkhove, Product Line manager of TomTom, in a discussion about how TomTom Geospatial for Oracle offers highly effective and scalable map data products to Oracle applications, across all industry verticals.
Attend this webinar to:
•Obtain an in-depth understanding of TomTom Geospatial for Oracle product portfolios
•Learn how TomTom solutions integrate seamlessly in Oracle’s architecture and applications
•See a demo on the functionality and capabilities of TomTom Geospatial for Oracle
TomTom Geospatial for Oracle offers a suite of highly performing, out-of-the box data products, compatible with Oracle Database 11g, enabling advanced spatial applications that use Oracle’s built-in geocoding, routing and display capabilities.
Lopez will discuss the range of Oracle’s spatial features supported by TomTom Geospatial for Oracle and how the product enables seamless integration into the enterprise environment. Van Kerkhove will share technical details about the accuracy and quality of the Geospatial for Oracle map data products and how they conform to the Oracle Database Locator and Oracle Spatial and Graph (formerly Oracle Spatial) schema for mapping and location analysis, geocoding and routing.
Who Should Attend
Anyone who is using or is considering using the spatial features in Oracle Spatial and Graph or Oracle Database Locator and as such also requires maps or other location content
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