The 2nd annual Latin American LBS conference will take place May 6-7 in Coral Gables, Florida. The premier Latin American mobile operators will be in attendance, along with handset providers, maps and infrastructure providers, application developers, regulatory entities, content providers, and investments and verticals markets companies to discuss the emerging LBS market, its prospects and challenges, business models, and consumer adoption trends. (more) LBS Latam has emerged as the premier LBS conference on the Latin American LBS market. For more information go to www.lbslatam2010.frecuenciaevents.com/.
Location Intelligence has never been more important to the success and profitability of an organization. The Insights 2010 Location Intelligence Forum May 12-14 in Miami promises to keep you up-to-date on the leading solutions for desktop, enterprise and on-demand mapping and geographic data analysis, and offers innovative best practices and real-world case studies from top companies in several key industries. The Location Intelligence Forum features nearly 40 sessions covering the latest tools and technology for geographic data analysis and mapping. (more) The programs are designed to help you realize the full potential of your location intelligence solutions for improved operational efficiency, deeper understanding of your business and markets and better decision making across your enterprise. Go to http://insights10.pbbusinessinsight.com/ for more information on the conference.
GeoAlberta is Western Canada’s premier geospatial conference and the result of collaboration between four associations: the Alberta Chapter of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association (URISA), the Alberta Chapter of the Geospatial Information Technology Association (GITA), the Alberta Geomatics Group (AGG), and GeoEdmonton. Over 450 professionals from across Western Canada will converge in Calgary May 10-12 to broaden their knowledge of provincial, national, and international developments in GIS and land information systems as well as explore opportunities to improve productivity in their organizations. The theme for this year’s conference is "Spatial Intelligence."(more) Smart, location-based decision making has become increasingly important as the GIS industry has moved from the simple production of intelligent maps to sophisticated tools and applications that now guide core decision making processes in an organization. For more information go to www.geoalberta.com.