One King solves another kings murder

By on 17 August, 2012
The man widely regarded as solving the 3,300 year old murder of King Tut is coming to Ozri 2012 to discuss how GIS technology can breathe new life into thousands of Australia’s cold cases.
Internationally renowned Esri Law Enforcement Manager Mike King – whose career background includes stints in law enforcement, Harvard and the U.S Attorney General’s office – will deliver a keynote speech at the conference, providing insight into how many of the world’s leading law enforcement agencies are drawing on GIS technology to crack unsolved murders.
King joins a host of other local and international special guests at Ozri 2012 in exploring new frontiers of GIS technology.
Learn more about Mike King or register for Ozri 2012 now.

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