Juniper President to Present a Keynote Address at Carlson User Conference
“The partnership between Carlson and Juniper is designed to meet the industry’s needs for effective software combined with rugged field computer hardware,” said Campbell, who has been involved in the business of designing, building, and selling rugged field computers for more than 15 years. “Like Carlson Software, Juniper Systems focuses on quality and providing excellent support to our customers.”
Campbell will be joining Brent Jones, PE, PLS, of ESRI, as a keynote speaker at Carlson’s 2nd annual conference designed specifically for surveyors, civil engineers, mining engineers, construction engineers, partner manufacturers, and dealers. Campbell will discuss what goes into the design and manufacture of a Juniper Systems product, and point out the especially superior attributes of the ruggedized Carlson Surveyor and Surveyor+.
“We are proud to work with Juniper because we believe that the industry needs the best hardware together with the best application software focused on ease-of-use and powerful feature sets,” said Bruce Carlson, president and founder of Carlson Software.
The goal of the 2009 event is to help users “break new ground” and learn how to optimize the power of Carlson’s versatile software. Learning tracks at this two-and-a-half-day event will cover the same land development aspects as Carlson Software products: data collection, land surveying, civil engineering, mining and construction and machine control. Classes include the opportunity to earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs). In addition, hands-on labs will be held and many of the classes will be split into beginner and advanced.
‘Early Bird’ deadline extended
To help more people get project ready, the “Early Bird” registration savings of $100 for the Carlson “Break New Ground” User Conference has been extended to March 15. Sign up now at www.carlsonsw.com/conference and the cost of the two-day event is $695. It will change to $795 on March 16. Group discounts are available.
Those who currently use Carlson Software products - including C&G and Simplicity - plan to use them in the future, or who just want to learn more about how Carlson can work for them should attend the Carlson User Conference. In addition to attending classes, attendees will be able to network and share solutions and best practices with both longtime and new Carlson users from around the world.
For more information about the 2nd Annual Carlson User Conference, or to register for the event, visit www.carlsonsw.com/conference or call 800-989-5028.
About Carlson Software. Carlson Software, an independent company founded in 1983, develops software solutions to bring the land development professional from concept to completion. The 25-year-old company is well known for its comprehensive civil, surveying, machine control and positioning, plus mining software solutions. Its free technical support and dedication to customer service is unique in the industry. Carlson Software is headquartered in Maysville, Ky., with branch offices in Boston, Atlanta, and Queensland, Australia.