Introducing the Ozri 2011 iPhone app – now available from iTunes

We’ve gone digital!  
If you’re among the 500+ GIS professionals attending Ozri this week (or even if you can’t make it and are just keen to follow the proceedings), you now have immediate access to full conference details, session information, and other highlights, right from the palm of your hand.

Navigate your way around the conference with the Ozri app

The Ozri iPhone and iPad app allows you to view important times and dates for presentations, access sponsor and exhibitor content and navigate the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, exhibition hall and the city of Melbourne using Esri-generated maps.

You can even create a custom schedule to manage your time while at the conference – meaning you receive automatic alerts to your phone when your favourite sessions are about to kick off.

You can download the app straight from the iTunes store

See you on Wednesday!

 – Alicia S.

Download now from iTunes

2 thoughts on “Introducing the Ozri 2011 iPhone app – now available from iTunes

  1. Peter Verwey

    Great to see mobile apps being developed for OZRI, they massively value-add to the conference experience.

    My question is about the availability of an Android app equal to the iOS app. How many OZRI attendees and Australian ESRI users are using Android and are effectively missing out on this valuable resource?

    1. Alicia S Post author

      Hi Peter! Thanks for the feedback. At this stage we just have the iOS app… but don’t worry, we are working away in the background to supply more platform support for future conferences. Currently the Esri Android API is still in beta, but as soon as we get that released there will be native Android apps built using this platform. So rest assured – the API and apps are coming to Android soon. Likewise we will be working on a Windows Phone version too.


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