Ozri 2012

By on 21 June, 2012

More than 550 of Australia’s leading GIS professionals attended Ozri 2011 – making it the largest GIS conference in the country.

WHEN: 2012-09-05 to 2012-09-07
WHERE: Sheraton on the Park, Sydney.

Hosted by Esri Australia, the market leader in Australia’s $2.1 billion spatial industry, Ozri has carved out a reputation as the Asia Pacific’s premier GIS event.
As one of the largest GIS conferences on the Asia Pacific spatial calendar, Ozri is the place for the industry to come together, collaborate, learn and be inspired.
With a theme of ‘Exploring new frontiers in GIS’, Ozri 2012 will be held in Sydney at the Sheraton on the Park, from 5 – 7 September 2012. 
The event will see a group of Australia's most experienced and talented GIS professionals explore new innovations in GIS, tackle a diverse range of topics, and examine some of the most compelling GIS projects to be undertaken in recent times.  
In addition, this year's program will showcase the latest developments in 3D, imagery, Dekho and the long awaited release of ArcGIS 10.1 and include demonstrations from both Esri and Esri Australia technical specialists. Amongst the feature presentatons will be: how to deploy mobile across your organisation; how to store, manage and analyse imagery effectively direct from Esri; and how ArcGIS can be integrated into other business systems. 
For more information and registration visit: http://esriaustralia.com.au/event/ozri-2012-sed-152

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