Ozri: your insight into ArcGIS 10.1…


Have you got your ticket to Ozri yet? There’s less than one month to go until our annual user conference kicks off and Ozri 2011 is an event that’s definitely worth attending.

For starters, in it’s 25th anniverary year, Ozri will be taken to a whole new level – with more than twenty presentations from Australia’s leading geoenabled businesses and government agencies, it will be an opportunity to examine some of the most fascinating projects undertaken in recent times.

Major General Dick Wilson, the head of the QRA, hasconfirmed he will be there to share his unique perspective on the role of spatial technology in Queensland’s biggest natural disaster.

At 10.1, users will be able to deliver any GIS resource as a web service

And another reason to attend? Exclusive insights into the upcoming ArcGIS 10.1 will be unveiled… 

Touted as a platform that will bring mapping and geospatial analytics to the masses, ArcGIS 10.1 will be able to deliver any GIS resource, such as maps, imagery, geodatabases, and tools, as a web service.

Ozri attendees will discover:

  • How to deliver maps, imagery, geodatabases and tools, as a web service;
  • The critical role cloud computing will play in future applications of GIS;
  • How to easily package maps and layers online and share them with colleagues or the general public – while maintaining ownership of the content; and
  • How dynamic legends, editor tracking and new LiDAR interaction tools will make desktop workflows faster and smarter.

 Damian Spangrud, Esri Inc’s Senior Product Manager for ArcGIS, will draw on his 17 years experience with the product to provide Ozri attendees with exclusive insights into ArcGIS 10.1 and the future direction of the technology. 

Jump onto the Ozri website to take a closer look at the program and to register!

See you in a few weeks!

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