Overwatch Geospatial Systems Offers Hands-On Training for Users August 30, 2008Posted by Bahadir Sahin in Duyuru (Announcements), English.
Tags: geographical information systems, geospatial mapping, overwatch
Overwatch Geospatial Systems, an operating unit of Textron Systems, a Textron Inc. (NYSE: TXT) company, will offer training classes for Feature Analyst®, LIDAR Analyst® and Urban Analyst™ in Sterling, Virginia, September 16-18, 2008. The annual Overwatch Geospatial Training Days provides extensive instruction for Overwatch Geospatial software users that will enhance their skill sets by increasing productivity and knowledge base. Half-day training classes will offer new insight to the latest advances in 2D and 3D feature extraction.
Classes will include beginner and advanced level instruction for Feature Analyst and LIDAR Analyst workflows that support geospatial data production. Urban Analyst classes will also provide basic and advanced instruction, demonstrating the use of 3D data for terrain as well as cultural feature data for visualization and the collection of GEOINT.
”Users that take advantage of our Training Days will come away with a new appreciation of the powerful tools that we’ve built into our software,” explained Stuart Blundell, chief operating officer for Overwatch Geospatial’s Visual Learning Systems operations. “The Training Days format provides tremendous value for GIS analysts who wish to maintain or gain new skills in feature extraction, data visualization and urban analyses.”
All training classes will be held at the Overwatch Geospatial Systems offices in Sterling, Virginia. Discounts are available for users who enroll in multiple classes. A class schedule, pricing and sign-up information are all available at http://www.featureanalyst.com/topics/trainingdays.htm