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Announcing the Applanix 2011 Airborne User Group Meeting

September 14, 2011
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The Applanix 2011 Airborne User Group Meeting has been scheduled in Toronto, Canada on November 1-3. The meeting is designed to not only provide Applanix customers an opportunity to engage in advanced product training and learn about Applanix product development plans, but also for users to have face-to-face discussion time with Applanix experts from all departments of the Applanix organization, as well as with each other.

“We believe this meeting is an important opportunity for our customers to gain knowledge and expertise of Applanix products, as well as to get reacquainted with the Applanix organization. Applanix technical and management staff will be available to answer any user questions and advise on future developments,” said Eric Liberty, director of sales at Applanix. “It will also provide a good opportunity for users to network with each other and to hear about different user experiences with Applanix technology. Customer input is essential for us as we plan our future product development initiatives, so customer attendance and feedback are very important! This meeting will be a valuable opportunity for all of us to share information, have in-depth discussions, and to explore issues of the day.”

The agenda focuses on Advanced Product Training and on the latest developments in georeferencing technology, and will include:
  • Optimizing Accuracy using the Various Methods of GNSS-Inertial Processing in Applanix POSPac MMS
  • Advanced Flight Planning Techniques with Applanix POSTrack
  • Advanced Techniques for Calibration and Quality Control of Directly Georeferenced Airborne Frame Imagery
In addition there will be a keynote address from Microsoft, a customer Q & A session, an address from Steve Woolven, President of Applanix, user presentations, and networking/discussion sessions.

For agenda details, registration and hotel room reservation information, go to www.applanix.com/about-applanix/events/applanix-2011-airborne-user-group-meeting.html.

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