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Explore Cloud Computing, Mobile GIS, Sensor Web, Free Microsoft & Oracle Courses at COM.Geo 2010

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 News | COM.Geo 2010: The 1st International Conference and Exhibition on Computing for Geospatial Research & Application (Washington, DC, June 2010)
 
COM.Geo 2010 Conference

Microsoft Keynotes on Cloud Computing & Spatial Data Streaming at COM.Geo 2010

Interested in cloud computing and what it means for your company? Attend Microsoft’s Key note session, titled Applications for Cloud Computing. This session will establish a baseline for discussions around what cloud computing is, what it isn’t and how it should be applied to real world applications.
In Microsoft’s key note session, Spatial Data Streaming Or Streaming Spatial Data: Just Stream It the Way You Like, you’ll learn about several geospatial directions at Microsoft, e.g., SQL Server Spatial, Virtual Earth, SQL Server, Business Intelligence(BI), and SQL Spatial Library. The key note will cover the "Future of Geospatial": geostreaming and, more specifically, geostreaming in the cloud. >>

Take Microsoft Cloud Computing Survey,  Get Changes for Interview with Microsoft Team at COM.Geo

Are you interested in Cloud Computing? Please take this opportunity to help shape future cloud computing services by taking this short online survey by the Microsoft Business Platform Division. Please Click here. Also, you will have an opportunity to participate in an in-person interview and discussion on cloud computing with Microsoft Development/Product Team while at the conference. >>

9 Wonderful Keynotes from Microsoft, USGS, MIT...

9 wonderful keynotes are delivered by Microsoft Azure, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, MIT, USGS, U.S. DOT, OGC, Purdue, ORNL.  >>

100 Key Speakers - Innovative Research and Application Technologies are the Brightest Spotlights 

Innovative research and application technologies are the brightest spotlights at COM.Geo conference. 100+ key speakers from governments, academia, and leading industries, such as Microsoft, Oracle, Nokia, MIT, Stanford, USGS, NASA, DOJ, DOE, USDA, DOT, FEMA, etc., have contributed their great work to the conference with their latest technologies, such as

  • cloud computing
  • geosensor and sensor web
  • spatial data streaming
  • mobile GIS
  • location-based services

Governments Looking for Potential Collaborators at the conference

Some governments and industry organizations will be looking for potential collaborators at the conference. >>

Free Courses by Microsoft and Oracle Experts

COM.Geo 2010 Conference provides FREE admissions to Microsoft SQL Server SteamInsight and Oracle Spatial & Business Intelligence courses at the conference. This is a very good opportunity for you to not only get insides of Microsoft and Oracle software but also directly interact with these people from the software giants. Register  >>

Free iExhibit - Demo Show for Attendees

COM.Geo 2010 provides Free iExhibit - Demo Show for all the attendees. It aims to save time and cost to improve marketing efficiency and increase profit for advertisers, improve work efficiency in product inquiry and collaboration seeking for customers. Register >>

Register for Conference NOW

Only Two Weeks! Register NOW for the conference and book your hotel to save the money and ensure your first choice of accommodations.  >>

Official Travel Guide to Washington DC

Conference hotel Hyatt Regency Bethesda sits on top of the Bethesda Metro Stop on the Red Line to Washington D.C.'s monuments, museums, attractions, and Reagan National Airport-DCA. Explore sightseeing, museums, attractions through this official guide. >>

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About COM.Geo 2010

COM.Geo 2010 is the 1st international conference and exhibition on computing for geospatial research and application with a focus on the latest computing technologies for multidisciplinary research and development that enables the exploration in geospatial areas. COM.Geo Conference is an exclusive event that connects researchers, developers, scientists, and application users from academia, government, and industry in both computing and geospatial fields. Innovative research and application technologies are the brightest spotlights at COM.Geo conference.  

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