[VisCom] Fwd: Call for Presentations - Location Intelligence Conference 2007
Michael P. Gerlek
mpg at lizardtech.com
Wed Sep 27 19:35:40 EDT 2006
This is the conference Adena and Joe F. talked to Frank about... In
fact, I just send Joe a note an hour ago about getting OSGeo involved.
From: Tyler Mitchell [mailto:spatialguru at shaw.ca]
Sent: Wednesday, September 27, 2006 4:30 PM
Subject: [VisCom] Fwd: Call for Presentations - Location
Intelligence Conference 2007
Note below, an open source technology topic...
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From: Directions Media <newsletters at directionsmag.com>
Date: September 27, 2006 3:36:35 PM PDT (CA)
To: spatialguru at shaw.ca
Subject: Call for Presentations - Location Intelligence
Reply-To: newsletters at directionsmag.com
Directions Media Presents...
Conference & Exhibition
CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS
Date: April 16-18, 2007
Place: San Francisco, Renaissance Parc 55 Hotel
Directions Media invites you to submit a presentation
66092&Newsletter=578&List=1&LinkType=Send> to our 2007 Location
Intelligence Conference. The Location Intelligence Conference is focused
on the "business of location technology." In particular it focuses on
how to make or save money from implementing the technology within your
We invite presentations on the following topics:
>From mashups to money
- Taking entrepreneurial location technology ideas to the next level:
Building a viable, profitable business
Pricing models of mobile location services
Pricing models of online Web services, data services and consumer
services (Frapper; MotionBased), etc.
The art of geospatial war in business
The sensor Web
Open source geospatial technology
- Business opportunities for open source geospatial technology and
- Interoperability and open source technology
Emerging technology issues
- GeoRSS, Interoperablity, RFID, Privacy
Remote sensing, imagery and image mapping
New platforms, uses and applications
Real time dynamic data
Vertical industry perspectives
- Location intelligence in retail analysis
- Location Intelligence in financial risk models
- Fleet management and mobile assets
- Risk mitigation: insurance and homeland security
- Geointelligence in forward deployed military operations
- Government as a geospatially enabled enterprise
- Real estate information applications
Business intelligence meets location technology
Spatial databases: How much goes into the database?
The ROI of location intelligent solutions
Why should venture capitalists care about location intelligence?
Location enabling the consumer
Indoor location determination and applications
Location servers - white labeling the Web world with location-based
Curriculums for business school and location intelligence.
You may submit a presentation
66092&Newsletter=578&List=1&LinkType=Send> or if you have any
questions, contact Nora Parker <mailto:nora.parker at directionsmag.com> .
EXHIBITOR INFORMATION ALSO NOW AVAILABLE
Complete exhibitor information
66092&Newsletter=578&List=1&LinkType=Send> , including a diagram of the
66092&Newsletter=578&List=1&LinkType=Send> is now available. Booth
reservations are on a first come, first serve basis. Please email or
call Jane Elliott <mailto:jane.elliott at directionsmag.com> with
questions at 847-242-0412.
2006 Conference Sponsors:
Google, Microsoft, Mapquest Business Solutions, Oracle, Autodesk,
MapInfo, GlobeXplorer, DataLever, DMTI Spatial, ESRI, Forum Analytics
L.L.C., GeoDecisions, geoVue, Group 1 Software, Inc., Immersive Media
Corp., Information Builders, KOREM, MapData Sciences, MetaCarta, NAVTEQ,
Placebase, Planet 9 Studios, Safe Software, SSS Research Inc., Synergos
Technologies, Tele Atlas, TerraGo Technologies, TerraSeer, Urban
Explorer and GeoGraphs Corporation, BAAMA, BusinessIntelligence.com,
MobileIN.com, Montgomery Research, Network Computing, Ventana Research
The Worldwide Source for Geospatial and Location Technology News &
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