Directions Media is pleased to announce its final agenda and keynote speakers for the 2010 Location Intelligence Conference to be held in Washington, D.C. on September 22nd at the Newseum’s Knight Conference Center. Location Intelligence GeoCloud, as the event will be known, is the first conference to concentrate on the applications, business models and platforms specifically related to cloud computing for geospatial technology. To support this focus, the conference organizers have assembled three keynote speakers who can address these topics.
Attendees will hear:
- Dylan Lorimer, Google Earth Enterprise Product Manager, Google
- Jon Winslow, Director, Location Intelligence, Pitney Bowes Business Insight
- Dan Burton, Senior Vice President, Global Public Policy, Salesforce.com
The single track event will present sessions on:
- Infrastructure and platforms
- Business models and return on investment
- Software as a Service (SaaS) Applications moving to the cloud
The complete agenda and registration details are online at locationintelligence.net. Attendees are encouraged to register before August 15th to save $100 off the regular registration fee of $595.
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About the Location Intelligence Conference
Now in its seventh year, the Location Intelligence Conference serves as a forum for discussing the integration of location-related products and services with enterprise computing and consumer products. The conference is a Directions Media event. Directions Media is the global leader in collectively covering news and trends about location intelligence geographic information systems (GIS), mobile location-based services (LBS) and “all things location.”
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