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Intergraph Mapping and Geospatial Solutions and the Intergraph GeoSpatial Users Community (IGUC) opened online registration for the fourth annual GeoSpatial World, to be held May 12-14, 2004, in Miami Beach, Florida. Themed "Open. Solutions. Exchange." the program for GeoSpatial World 2004 will address open technology and standards, demonstrate proven industry solutions and provide a platform for the exchange of ideas and expertise with users from around the world. Free attendance to a pre- or post-conference training seminar is now included in full-paid conference registration for each attendee while seating is available. Conference registration before April 23, 2004, is discounted at $750 (U.S.) for IGUC members and $900 for nonmembers. Companies placing an order with Intergraph Mapping and Geospatial Solutions from September 1, 2003, through April 30, 2004, are eligible to receive one or more complimentary registrations to GeoSpatial World 2004, depending upon the dollar volume of the Intergraph Mapping and Geospatial Solutions and Z/I Imaging software and/or Z/I Imaging hardware portion of that order. To register for Geospatial World, visit https://secure.geospatialworld.com/register/.
For GeoSpatial World 2004, all registrations will be processed online. Online registration is secure, simple and fast. All categories of registration and all forms of payment - check, Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, Purchase orders (POs), wire transfers and even redemption of complimentary registrations - are accepted for online registration. The conference registration fee covers technical sessions, hands-on workshops, keynote and plenary sessions, exhibits, meals and social function. Online registrations must be received on or before Monday, May 3, 2004. Following that date, individuals will need to register on site. On-site registration will be held beginning May 11.
GeoSpatial World is the annual international training and management conference for Intergraph customers and individuals who are interested in learning more about managing and applying geospatial information and solutions. The conference is constructed to target the specific needs of industries, including communications, commercial remote sensing and photogrammetry, location-based services, military and intelligence, national and federal government, state and local government, transportation and utilities. Decision makers, managers, technical staff, analysts, developers and others who use, benefit from or support spatially related data will benefit from visionary keynote addresses; technical presentations; hands-on training seminars and workshops; user network meetings; one-on-one ask-the-expert sessions; products, projects and solutions exhibition; and networking and social events.
Source: Intergraph, Jan. 15, 2004