London 23 July 2001 - Kingston University will again host The Solutions Centre at GIS 2001 event, the UK's leading spatial business intelligence exhibition. The Solutions Centre will offer visitors interactive hands-on workshops on how to set-up a real-time Internet-based GIS suitable for delivery of Locations Based Services; use GIS to locate and map crime incidents and; how to locate, report and deal with utility networks faults. GIS 2001, in association with the AGI Conference will take place at Earls Court 2, London from 18-20 September 2001.
The Solutions Centre forms part of GIS 2001's extensive educational line-up of free information services for visitors. Visitors will be able to benefit from independent advice from leading GI industry experts in a variety of forums including free seminars, workshops and case study lead forums. These features are independently run by a number of leading associations and industry bodies, and have been designed to make the event an informed, motivated and worthwhile experience for visitors.
Dave Livingstone of Kingston University comments, "We are working closely with CMP to ensure that the Solutions Centre provides an independent, friendly and informative facility for delegates to get hands-on experience of GIS in both formal workshops and informal 'drop-in' sessions.¨ Livingstone continues, "The workshops are designed to allow delegates to follow, step-by-step, the details of producing a practical GIS application using industry-standard software, but presented by independent GIS experts that have no vendor-lead sales agenda.¨
The Solutions Centre's workshop programme will run throughout the three days and will include:
- Dr Munir Morad (Kingston University) showing how to set up a real-time, Internet-based GIS suitable for a location-based service or a geographical messaging service.
- Dr Richard Armitage (Kingston University) showing how to use network analysis to locate reported faults on a service network suitable for a call-centre type application
- Mr Ian Oldfield (Metropolitan Police Service) showing how to use GIS to locate and map crime incident hot spots using methods applicable to other emergency services and local authorities.
Other Features, Free Educational Programmes and Information Zones at GIS 2001 will include:
- The Consultancy Centre with free consultations by recognised applications experts.
- First Steps' in association with Ordnance Survey on how to get started with GIS.
- The LBS Pavilion supported by the WAP Group.
- Space & Remote Sensing Feature in association with BNSC.
- The Public Sector Information Zone in association with NLUD, NLIS, NLPG and IGGI.
- Over 130 of the key vendors in Europe.
For more information about GIS 2001, or to register for free entry into the event, please visit http://www.gisexpo.com or telephone 020 8987 7584.
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