Happy New Year! There's no time better than now to get a good start to the new year so plan to visit us at one of these expos. Our team of experts can help you solve your biggest problems and help you maximize your greatest asset - your people. Stop and see us, and learn more!
Professional Land Surveyors of Ohio
February 13-14, 2014
Buy Indiana Expo
April 1, 2014
French Lick, IN
The Buy Indiana Expo was rescheduled to April 1, 2014. See us there.
And planning is underway for these informative sessions … invitations will be sent through email and registration will be posted here shortly after the new year.
Wright Patterson Air Force Base Technology Session
January 30, 2014
9:00 am to 12:00 pn
Hope Hotel & Richard C. Holbrooke Conference Center
10823 Chidlaw Road
Wright Patterson Air Force Base, OH 45433
This is a complimentary technical session including lunch! We will cover tips and tricks on Autodesk® Inventor® 2014 and Autodesk® Product Design Suite. Invitations will be emailed just after the new year, but feel free to check here mid-January.
Baltimore Inventor User's Group
February 13, 2014
5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
This will be the initial meeting of the Baltimore Inventor User's Group. Attend and help formulate the structure and goals for this group. Invitations will be emailed just after the new year, but feel free to check here mid-January.
Advanced PDM & PLM Strategies
January 22, 2014
Newport News Marriott at City Center
740 Town Center Drive
Newport News, Virginia 23606 USA
Attend this complimentary breakfast session where we will discuss the importance of Product Data Management (PDM) and Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) today. Gain a better understanding of the difference between PDM and PLM, discover the latest PDM/PLM trends impacting industry, and learn how to implement your own PDM/PLM strategy for your agency. Invitations will be emailed soon but feel free to check here early-January.
Field to Finish: A New Point of Beginning
Baltimore MD, February 12
Washington DC, February 13
With the current trend toward stationary and mobile scanning, the need to handle LIDAR data is critical. Various capture methods exist, from traditional survey equipment, airborne, terestrial and mobile LIDAR, as well as photographic reality capture. In this session, we'll discuss the integration of these technologies and workflows to help you choose the right tool at the right time. Invitations will be emailed soon but feel free to check here mid-January.