As our Location Intelligence Conference for 2009 approaches, it is worth noting the extensive list of C-level executives that will be present this year. These individuals will be making presentations during the conference and it will serve as a tremendous networking opportunity:
- Steve Coast, Founder of Cloudmade and OpenStreetMap
- John Bennett, VP, Hunt Energy IQ
- Marc Kiven, CFO, Examiner.com
- Maarten Oldenhof, CEO, AND Mapping
- Jeff Christensen, Chief Product Officer, Rhiza Labs
- David Sonnen, IDC/ISSI
- Mark Smith, CTO and founder, Ventana Research
- Keith Masback, President, US Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF)
- Ken Snyder, CEO and President, PlaceMatters
- Dr. Mark Feldman, CEO, Space-Time Insight
- Ajay Mathur, CEO, Axes Systems AG
- Carl Reed, CTO, OGC
- Jean-Sebastian Turcotte, co-founder and CTO, Korem
- Philip O’Doherty, CEO, eSpatial
- Paul Bissett, CEO, WeoGeo
- Di-Ann Eisnor, Co-Founder and Chairman, Platial
- Sean Gorman, CEO and Founder, FortiusOne
- David Hemphill, CTO, ObjectFX
- Wayne Kocina, CEO, GeoWize
- Bob Lozano, Co-Founder and Chief Strategist, Appistry
- Dale Lutz, Co-founder and Vice President, Safe Software, Inc.
- Amye Rita Osti, CEO, 34 North
- Ian White, Founder and CEO, Urban Mapping LLC
- Dr. Scott Hotes, CTO and VP of Engineering, WaveMarket, Inc.
- Bill McNeil, President, Chrona Software
- Jans Aasman, Ph.D.,CEO, Franz Inc
- Theiry Bedard, CTO, Spatial Analytics
- Geoff Zeiss, Dir. of Technology, Autodesk
- Nigel Taylor, VP, Global Locator
- Scott Sedlik, VP, INRIX
- Miles McGovern, President & CEO, Immersive Media
- Elissa Fink, VP, Tableau Software
- Robert Laudati, Dir. of Marketing, Trimble
- Mike Conner, VP, SpatialKey
We are also pleased to extend out thanks to our major sponsors: ESRI, Korem, Oracle, GeoEye, Trillium-Harte Hanks, Pitney Bowes Business Insights, and Netezza for their support.
With just 19 days remaining until before the conference, you have until September 21st to register for the conference at the reduced rate of only $599…a savings of $200. When you register, please use the code: d95491cf
...and register for your hotel rooms at the Westin Westminster before September 21st for the conference room block rate of $189.
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by Joe Francica on 09/16 at 09:55 AM |
Do the massive commercial street datasets and complex licensing agreements seem unmanageable? Jim Reid, President of American Digital Cartography, Inc. (ADCi) discusses the ease and competitive advantage of using commercial street data provided by ADCi with Directions Media editor in chief Joe Francica. As a major distributor of both NAVTEQ and Tele Atlas, ADCi has over 20 years experience in the mapping industry and has helped customers in every market successfully secure the correct data and license for their mapping application. ADCi can “slice and dice” the data any way you need it so that you can begin working on your application immediately.
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by Joe Francica on 09/16 at 06:23 AM |
You may not have noticed but Google’s doing very well switching educational institutions to its platform offering, called Google Apps for Education (mail, content sharing, etc.). There’s even a “marketing” site complete with a map of schools using the tools.
Yesterday Google’s announced a plan to “sell” those same services to government via a new product (ok it’s just packaging as is the above offering) called Google Public Sector. Top on the list of apps: Google Maps and Earth.
- Google Blog Post
by Adena Schutzberg on 09/16 at 06:11 AM |
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, NGA is behind the times when it comes to ground based images and full motion video according to a report from the Senate Intelligence Committee. In fact, in the funding bill for 2010, there’s language about using such imagery and tagging it appropriately.
Tthe FY10 intelligence authorization bill, which is awaiting Senate floor action, includes a requirement that “the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency develop a system to facilitate the incorporation, analysis and dissemination of video and photography, including open-source information.”
by Adena Schutzberg on 09/16 at 06:00 AM |
After lots of discussion about using GPS for parolees, this is the next frontier. The judge feels GPS tracking can save lives. Others, including the Alzheimer Society of Canada, think it’s an invasion of privacy and may be used in place of appropriate care.
by Adena Schutzberg on 09/16 at 06:00 AM |