Functionality for the forthcoming SOCET GXP® v3.1 release dominated Wednesday’s presentations. New tools unveiled included the Flipbook, a quick visual way to access data; a Web services tool for connecting to Web content services, and the Xport™, a specialized Multiport that provides a palette of up to six preview panels.
Day two of the GXP User Conference was dedicated to focused workshops and Professional Exchange sessions
The 2009 BAE Systems GXP International User Conference and Professional Exchange kicked off on Tuesday, May 5 with an introduction by Dan London, vice president of sales and marketing for the GXP business. Dan was happy to report that the debut of SOCET GXP Boot Camp was a big success, and received a positive response from attendees when he suggested that BAE Systems take the Boot Camp concept on the road later in 2009.
Over 100 attendees packed the Scripps Ballroom at the Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines for the SOCET GXP Boot Camp, a SOCET GXP orientation and prelude to the annual GXP User Conference. Participants learned about the new XA capabilities in SOCET GXP.
We plan to proceed with the 2009 BAE Systems GXP International User Conference and Professional Exchange. We will keep you informed if the alert level is elevated, and take any precautionary steps necessary to protect the health and safety of all participants.
GXP User Conference and Professional Exchange: register now for the most important event of the year!
This year’s conference features an expanded agenda with invaluable learning and networking opportunities and a chance to see ground-breaking new technology. SOCET GXP Boot Camp is a full-day orientation that covers the eXtreme Analysis functionality in SOCET GXP, while the new GXP Professional Exchange provides a forum to support the exchange of ideas among GIS executives, geospatial and image analysts, and others interested in discussing industry trends and technology.
Now is your chance to register for the conference at a $100 discount off of the regular conference price. Register now to attend the conference at the reduced rate of $695 until April 16, 2009 (regular price is $795). Full conference registration includes workshops and general sessions, breakfast, coffee breaks, lunch, snacks, and social gatherings.
Top 10 reasons to attend the 2009 BAE Systems GXP International User Conference and Professional Exchange
Join us May 4 – 8, 2009 in San Diego, California for the 2009 BAE Systems GXP International User Conference and Professional Exchange. Complete your conference registration before April 16 and save $100!
Commercial satellite imagery and 3-D mapping software help reduce the dangers to aircraft posed by birds and other hazards.
Join us May 4 – 8, 2009 in San Diego, California for the 2009 BAE Systems GXP International User Conference and Professional Exchange.
The story of BAE Systems’ SOCET GXP (Geospatial eXploitation Products) software package began five years ago. That’s when the company began combining aspects of its existing photogrammetry and image analysis (IA) packages — SOCET SET and VITec — with GIS, multispectral, targeting, and other capabilities necessary for geospatial analysis (GA) and production. Dan London, vice president of sales and marketing for BAE Systems, explained that “the goal is to span the entire IA–GA market; [to create] a single user interface that addresses the entire market.
SOCET GXP eXtreme Analysis™ software is described on the United States Geospatial-Intelligence Foundation’s got geoint? Web site as “probably the most buzzed about product news at GEOINT 2008.” SOCET GXP combines image analysis and geospatial production tools into a single application for diverse uses — from finding beach landing sites for combat troops to helping land Mars Rover.
SOCET GXP® software is recognized as a key technology for transitioning to the future by Geospatial solutions in their GEOINT 2008 conference review.
Geospatial Solutions Web site reviews GEOINT 2008. BAE Systems created a significant buzz at GEOINT 2008 — including strong mention by a keynote speaker, Maj. Gen. John M. Custer — with its new SOCET GXP® software for eXtreme Analysis.