MapInfo Forum 2014 travels Australia

By on 29 July, 2014

Map Info Forum 2014

The MapInfo Forum is back for 2014, and will kicking off in Adelaide on August 12, before making its way through the rest of the states. The focal point of the forums will be the unveiling of the new 64-bit version of MapInfo Professional, due for release in October.

The 64-bit release promises a fully redesigned user interface with ribbon toolbar, multiple monitor support, performance improvements, multi-threading, and much more.

“I’m very impressed with the look and feel of the new MapInfo Professional 12.5 64-bit” said Joel Cranston from Lockyer Valley Regional Council.

The Forums will also include numerous case study presentations from MapInfo users across a range of industries including Domino’s Pizza, Goodlife Health Clubs, Jaguar Land Rover, Queensland Department of Main Roads, GHD and more. Also, the ever popular “Tips n Tricks” session is back with more handy hints on how to get the most out of your MapInfo products.

The highlight is a keynote presentation from Queensland Police Service about their award winning QLite project, which equips front line police officers with mobile technology for capturing incident addresses on the fly.

SSSI Members who attend a MapInfo Forum 2014 event during August earn 3 CPD points.

To see all the details, including when it’s coming to your city, head to the MapInfo Forum 2014 info page.

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