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Special Announcement at Intergraph Ottawa User Conference

Intergraph Canada has kicked off its User Conferences, with the first of three events in Calgary last week. The show comes to Ottawa on October 10 at the Ottawa Convention Centre. In Alberta, we reached maximum capacity in our rooms, so to avoid disappointment, register today to secure your seat in Ottawa. We will hold industry tracks, discuss market trends, and showcase emerging technologies. Customer case studies and an award ceremony are on the agenda.

At the Intergraph Ottawa User Conference, we will be joined by Leica Geosystems in a special “Vision 2014” panel. Intergraph and Leica Geosystems are part of the Hexagon Group—come and hear how, under this relatively new ownership, Hexagon’s companies are affecting the markets we serve. Of course, we will be addressing industry hot topics, such as: where is ‘mobile’ taking us, what can we expect from the ‘cloud’…come and hear our perspectives!

And probably the most exciting of all is our special announcement on a new Geospatial Desktop Program which will combine Intergraph’s remote sensing (ERDAS IMAGINE), photogrammetry (LPS and ImageStation), and GIS (GeoMedia) software into a low-cost package! We’re making it easier than ever for you to take advantage of this integrated spatial environment. For more details and pricing, you’ll just have to attend the Ottawa User Conference. There is no cost to attend. Check out www.intergraph.ca/userconference and register today.

The Ottawa Convention Centre

The Ottawa Convention Centre

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