SSSC 2013 workshop registrations close 3pm Wednesday

By on 2 April, 2013

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The SSSC 2013 pre-conference workshops – held on Monday 15 & Tuesday 16 April – provide delegates the opportunity to immerse themselves in new technologies and concepts, or to be involved in industry and government initiatives.

Registrations close at 3pm on Wednesday, 3 April 2013, so register now.

Delegates will have the choice between Aurin, Cartography & Map Design, Caris’ Ping to Chart,  two Intergraph sessions, the first ever UAV workshop by Aerometrex and Pitney Bowes Software’s workshop on validation & geocoding for enterprise GIS professionals.

They are either half- or full-day events, and will be hosted by key companies including: 1Spatial; Aerometrex; AHS; Caris; Intergraph; K2 Recruitment; Pitney Bowes Software;  SSSI’s SIC Commission and History & Heritage SIG.

Alternatively, the Expo Open Day, on Tuesday 16 April, is a free day where the exhibition is opened to anyone who couldn’t attend the full conference, but wants to explore the different technologies on offer. The Expo Day is free, but you must register online beforehand at www.sssc2013.org.

Many thanks go out to the SSSC sponsors:

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