Avineon Demonstrations, Presentations Planned For Esri User Conference
The company's various geospatial support solutions will be on display at the July conference in San Diego
Avineon Inc., a global provider of information technology and engineering support services, will be presenting its complete portfolio of geospatial offerings at the 2015 Esri User Conference in San Diego on July 20-24. A long-time Esri business partner, Avineon develops and implements a wide variety of geospatial services.
“Avineon has been working closely with Esri for more than 10 years to create innovative solutions for GIS clients worldwide,” says Joel Campbell, Avineon’s vice president of commercial systems. “We invite all Esri Conference attendees to visit our booth and learn how Avineon can make your geospatial content more intelligent.”
The company will share presentations and demonstrations in booth 1015 at the user conference. Exhibits open on July 21.
Avineon offers geospatial products and services to Esri clients in numerous industries, including energy water, communications utilities, and all levels of local, state and federal government agencies. Avineon specializes in assuring and enhancing the quality of existing data through extensive data conversion, migration, conflation and enrichment services. In addition, the firm extracts new data sets, such as orthoimagery, digital elevation models, and 3D visualizations from aerial photography and LiDAR acquisitions.
Avineon Inc. was founded in 1992. The firm delivers technically sound information technology, geospatial and engineering support solutions. It has also developed Avineonics, a state-of-the-art information system that leverages business process management technology to improve execution of mission-critical tasks. Avineon is headquartered in McLean, Va., with offices in Florida, Canada, Europe and India.