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SuperGeo to Hold GIS Training with Taiwan GIS Center August 8, 2010

Posted by Bahadir Sahin in Duyuru (Announcements), English, Haber (News).
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SuperGeo Technologies, the leading global provider of complete GIS software and solutions, is going to hold professional GIS (geographic information system) training course with Taiwan GIS Center (TGIC) in Taipei during August 5 to 6.

TGIC, a significant staff sector under the Council for Economic Planning and Development, is in charge of regulating and promoting important GIS-related policies as well as allocating GIS expenditures in Taiwan. In order to promote GIS knowledge and applications to the academia, SuperGeo Technologies and TGIC will co-establish a GIS training program for the professors and graduate students from universities.

The trainer is Willy Wang, the Director of GIS Training and Support Center at SuperGeo Technologies. During the 2-day program, Wang will introduce GIS concepts, spatial analysis, data querying and editing, image rectification, and map designing, etc. to the trainees. SuperGIS Desktop will be used as the professional platform to demonstrate the aforementioned content. To register the class, please go to http://www.geospatial.org.tw/alt/news_lessons.asp.

TGIC is also the organizer of ‘Asia GIS 2010 International Conference’. SuperGeo Technologies will be joining in Asia GIS to exhibit the latest SuperGIS technologies and software in November. For more information, please visit http://www.agis2010.tgic.org.tw/eng/index.html



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