Location Intelligence and Oracle Spatial Summit May 19-21, 2014

If you are interested in spatial analytics or just wanting to understand what Oracle can offer in terms of bringing graph and spatial analytics to your projects then this is the conference for you: Location Intelligence and Oracle Spatial Summit. It is taking place next year between May 19-21 in Washington, DC and as well as great presentations there will also be technical training and workshops. The conference is divided into three areas:

May 19 - Technical Workshops

May 20 - Location Intelligence, HERE Summit and LocationTech Summit

May 21 - Oracle Spatial Summit)Location Intelligence, HERE Summit, and LocationTech Summit + Workshops

This is, most definitely, the premier educational event for Oracle’s spatial and enterprise information technologies. The Oracle Spatial and Graph Summit will take place on May 19 and May 21 and it will offer workshops, technical deep dives and use case sessions led by the Oracle product management teams. Sessions will cover spatial, location and mapping technologies, in the context of big data, BI, location-enabled cloud solutions, and more.

If you are already using the spatial and/or graph option in your projects and have a great story to tell then please think about presenting at the conference - it is great way to raise your profile! The "Call for Speakers" is now open. To view submission guidelines and submit an abstract, go to the proposal page(http://www.locationintelligence.net/dc/proposal-form). The deadline is January 31, 2014 and early submissions are encouraged.

You can register for the full conference or just specific sessions on the event website. For more information, including agenda and speaker information, visit the conference website: http://www.locationintelligence.net/dc/.

 

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