Virtual Earth Road Show


The US Public Sector DPE Team, in partnership with the Public Sector Virtual Earth & Vexcel Teams, is excited to announce the Virtual Earth Road Show!


 


Event Date & Location:




















Date & Time


Location


Registration Link


October 3, 2007 9:00 AM – 15:30PM


Denver, CO


http://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032352189&Culture=en-US


October 5, 2007 9:00 AM – 15:30PM


Sacramento, CA


http://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032352192&Culture=en-US


October 23, 2007 9:00 AM – 15:30PM


Reston, VA


http://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032352194&Culture=en-US


About the Event


We invite you to join us for a day of technical sessions featuring the Microsoft Virtual Earth Platform. The Virtual Earth Platform from Microsoft is an integrated set of services that combines unique aerial, and satellite imagery with best-of-breed mapping, location and search functionality. The keynote session on Increasing Agency Capabilities followed by a customer technology showcase will provide an overview on how agencies can create an immersive experience that enables citizens to easily discover, search, and visualize critical business location data from within existing line of business applications. You will also learn how Virtual Earth can extend your investments in ESRI tools and allows for greater insight into business data.


The session on Extending the Virtual Earth Platform through Geospatial Expertise will be brought to you by the team from Vexcel Corporation. Acquired by Microsoft Corporation in May 2006, Vexcel Corporation brings 21 years of experience in providing geospatial solutions for government to the Microsoft Virtual Earth program. This includes expertise in aerial and close-range photogrammetry, as well as technologies to create geo-specific and geometrically accurate 3D city models.  Join the Vexcel team to understand how Microsoft’s core Virtual Earth offering is extended through exclusive solutions and services that include a Virtual Earth service for offline environments, and Vexcel’s Custom Collects service that provides Public Sector customers with aerial imagery and high resolution 3D models of cities,  critical facilities and locations of interest.


The afternoon session will be a deep technical dive on Adding Mapping Capabilities to your Applications with Virtual Earth. Learn to program with the Virtual Earth Map Control and take your websites and applications to the next level by integrating the Virtual Earth Platform to deliver highly visual and locally relevant information consumers most care about.


These sessions will target Developers, Business and Technical Decision Makers, Web Designers and Architects, be very much demonstration oriented, and will be delivered by seasoned technology professionals with experience in Government and Public Sector. Seize this opportunity to immerse yourself in this exciting new technology!


Who Should Attend


Developers, Business and Technical Decision Makers, Web Designers and Architects


The Agenda








































Time


Topic


Presenter


08:30-09:00


Registration


 


09:00-10:15


Keynote – Increasing Agency Capabilities: Enabling data access, visualization, analysis and insight with Microsoft Virtual Earth


Kevin Adler, Jim Lorenz


10:15-10:30


Break


 


10:30-11:15


Customer Technology Showcase


11:15-12:15


Extending the Virtual Earth Platform through Geospatial Expertise


Jeff Orrey, Jerry Skaw, Vexcel team


12:15-13:15


Lunch


13:15-14:15


Adding Mapping Capabilities to your Applications with Virtual Earth – Part I


Marc Schweigert


14:15-15:30


Adding Mapping Capabilities to your Applications with Virtual Earth – Part II


Marc Schweigert


 


Hurry! Space is limited so sign up TODAY before registration reaches capacity !.


 


Thank you for your support,


Nandita

Comments (7)

  1. Link Listing – September 8, 2007

  2. Glenn says:

    Great sounding event.. thanks for the update and we’ll see you there! FYI, I’ve shared details with my blog readers at the AnyGeo blog (gisuser.blogspot.com) and will spread the word via http://www.GISuser.com to our audience of GIS professionals

  3. GregK says:

    Just wondering if you’ll be adding other dates/venues.  Id be interested in a Boston area show.

  4. PubSec says:

    Thanks for the feedback Greg…we’ll look at adding additional cities in the near future…stay tuned.

  5. Raj Rao says:

    Is there any chance of a repeat of the Denver event.

    Will the material be available to download?

  6. PubSec says:

    We’ll consider another series after we complete the Oct events. We will post the content online for download…stay tuned 😉