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Warsaw—October 26–28, 2005

Esri Polska to Host the 20th European Conference for Esri Users

The Esri GIS community meeting in Europe has become an annual tradition that goes back 20 years. This autumn, European users will gather for the first time in Poland. Every such meeting is a splendid opportunity to discuss new trends and create new ways of developing and using GIS technology.

At the plenary session in Congress Hall of the Palace of Culture and Science, Jack Dangermond, Esri president, will talk about the most important and current issues in GIS. The second keynote speaker, Marek Ostrowski, is a lecturer at Warsaw University and leads the Independent Image Information Study. He is also an author and photographer of many beautiful aerial photographs, which he will share. His presentation will focus on images of Poland and draw attendees' attention to the details that are often ignored. David Maguire, director of products at Esri, will focus on what's new in ArcGIS 9.1 and 9.2.

There will be many new events and exhibitions, workshops, technical training, and GIS seminars, which will be conducted by experienced instructors, creating a golden opportunity to learn more about GIS.

The number of disciplines that use GIS technology increases day by day. GIS allows everyone to observe more detail and makes possible a more complete observation of our planet. The conference is a great opportunity to share and show how GIS brings it all together.

Parallel to the user conference will be the European Educational User Conference (EurEdUC), October 25–27, 2005, for teachers and students. It will be held at Warsaw University of Technology and is dedicated to all those who are involved in teaching GIS and geography.

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