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Laser-Scan To Introduce New Technology at OracleWorld 06.10.2002

June 10, 2002
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Radius Topology will be unveiled in Copenhagen.

Visitors to the OracleWorld event in Copenhagen this month will be among the first to witness powerful new technology, which could revolutionise the way they store and use their Oracle spatial data types.

Laser-Scan will unveil its latest innovation, Radius Topology, which unlocks the advantages of spatial data for every user across the enterprise.

Visitors can find out more about Radius Topology at the OracleWorld Mini-Theater event within the exhibition itself. Laser-Scan's spatial data expert Dr Paul Watson will be hosting a Mini-Theater presentation to discuss how Radius Topology offers significant time and cost savings through increased query performance and simplified applications within the Oracle environment.

Laser-Scan Mini-Theater presentation: Tuesday 25th June, 12.00

Radius Topology will also be on show at the Laser-Scan stand (2909) where the company's team of specialists will be on hand to demonstrate how businesses can benefit from improved data quality and integrity. These benefits are achieved using native Oracle types and without changing the look and feel of existing applications.

Radius Topology will be launched at OracleWorld, Copenhagen, 24-27 June 2002

The hardware on the Laser-Scan stand will be provided by Sun Microsystems


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