Safe Software International Tour to Introduce Latest Version of FME
Vancouver, B.C. - Safe Software kicks off its FME 2012 World Tour on April 4th in Paris, and continues to more than 30 cities worldwide. The series of free, one-day events aims to educate and empower users by introducing the advancements in FME 2012, and by providing them with the opportunity to further develop their FME skills through technical sessions and interaction with FME experts and fellow users.
Attendees of FME 2012 World Tour events will discover how the new capabilities of FME 2012 such as real time data delivery, enhance the user experience by providing faster and simpler ways to use and share their spatial data. The events will feature how-to and best practice sessions that will allow participants to build upon their FME skills.
The tour will have an interactive element, giving attendees access to assistance from FME certified professionals as well as a platform to network with FME users from other organizations.
“As a company, we are committed to equipping our clients with the skills they need to use FME to overcome data challenges,” says Dale Lutz, vice president of Development at Safe Software. “FME 2012 features usability enhancements, speed improvements and real-time data delivery to enable more efficient data transformation and easier sharing of the most up-to-date data.”
Those unable to attend an event in person can sign up to participate in an interactive live stream of the FME User Meeting being held in Vancouver on April 27th, where they can watch the presentations and ask questions directly. The FME 2011 World Tour held a similar live stream event that was well received by participants.
The theme of the tour centers around attendees joining Geography Jones, a data adventurer, on a journey to overcome spatial data interoperability obstacles and unleash the power within their “Temple of Data”.
The tour appears in 17 cities across North America and will touch down in close to 20 locations throughout South America, Europe, Asia Pacific and the Middle East. The events are free and are open to both current FME users and those interested in learning more about FME technology. Those interested in more information on locations, dates and registration, click here.