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Worldwide Events on Spatial Data Transformation

  24/02/2011
Safe Software has given the kick-off of the FME 2011 World Tour, a customer event series that will be held in more than 25 cities worldwide starting this March. Co-hosted with Safe Software's partners, these one-day free events will offer the opportunity to experience the latest capabilities in FME 2011 and to discover how FME technology is being used today to access, use and share spatial data.



The FME 2011 World Tour will offer an interactive experience for attendees to learn firsthand how FME can be used to easily master data interoperability challenges. Through technical sessions and customer presentations, attendees will learn how FME empowers users to take control of their spatial data, including CAD, GIS, Lidar / point-cloud, raster, XML and KML data.


The theme for this year's event series is "Join the League of FME Superheroes" where attendees will discover how with FME as their side-kick, they too can defeat evil data interoperability villains and become their organisation's Spatial Superhero.


Both Safe Software customers and those interested in learning more about FME technology are invited to register for these free events.

 


Read more about:  GIS  software  point cloud  LiDAR 
Website: http://www.safe.com/FME2011WorldTourPR
Supplier: Safe Software

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