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Laser-Scan announced its 13th annual User Group Conference 03.27.2002

March 26, 2002
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Conference to be held July 2nd and 3rd.

Geospatial expert Laser-Scan announced that its 13th annual User Group Conference will be held on 2nd-3rd July 2002.

As well as presentations by prestigious organizations from across the globe, the conference will feature a wide variety of activities including workshops, demonstrations and user presentations. Speakers from Laser-Scan's user communities in defense, government, national and commercial mapping and telecommunications will be discussing how they use Laser-Scan technology to develop their solutions.

In addition, Laser-Scan has introduced a new feature to the conference program: Talk to the Experts. Delegates will be able to pre-register for one-to-one advice sessions with Laser-Scan's team of specialists.

This year's conference is a must-attend event that will expose new technology and innovations for the geospatial and IT communities. Decision-makers currently using Laser-Scan software and users of other geospatial technology need to keep up with the latest developments by attending this year's Laser-Scan User Group Conference.

For further information about the Laser-Scan User Group Conference, or to register, please contact the conference organizer Helen Marsh on +44 (0)1223 420414, email or visit the event website at

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