Hexagon AB, leading, global provider of 3D solutions to design, measure and position objects and to process and present data, will host its inaugural international conference, Hexagon 2011, 6-9 June at the Orlando World Center Marriott Resort in Orlando, Florida, USA. As part of the Geosystems @ Hexagon 2011 track, Leica Geosystems is currently seeking speaking candidates for its Trends in Mapping & Positioning for Government & Industry sub-track.
Hexagon 2011 will bring together the latest technologies and user communities from Leica Geosystems, Z/I Imaging and Intergraph , as well as Hexagon's Metrology and Technology divisions, in one location to provide attendees with a user experience of unprecedented scope and value. The conference will feature more than 200 targeted break-out sessions tailored by tracks, incorporating hands-on training courses, previews of new technologies, interactive technical demonstrations and workshops and compelling customer presentations. Additionally, the Hexagon 2011 agenda offers insightful keynote presentations on industry and corporate trends as well as unlimited networking opportunities.
As the track designed specifically for Geosystems participants, Geosystems @ Hexagon 2011 offers the chance to learn from progressive users and Leica Geosystems and Z/I experts about an unprecedented breadth of new technologies and industry trends in surveying, laser scanning, mapping and positioning for government and industry.
Actively Seeking Speakers for "Trends in Mapping & Positioning for Government and Industry"
Want to attend Geosystems @ Hexagon for free? Speakers interested in presenting as part of the Trends in Mapping & Positioning for Government & Industry sub-track should contact Andrew Hurley (firstname.lastname@example.org ; +1 404 493 0895). Several excellent speakers and presentations are already lined up, but opportunities are still available. Conference registration fees are waived for speakers.
Leica Geosystems Calls for Papers and Presentations for Hexagon 2011 International Conference
March 28, 2011