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2011 GXP User Conference

2011 GXP User Conference
discover. learn. advance.
September 19 – 23, 2011
Westfields Marriott Washington Dulles | Chantilly, Virginia

BAE Systems welcomes software users, industry professionals and business partners to participate in this open forum to share information and discuss emerging trends. Take your software skills to the next level, while interacting with industry peers. GXP engineers and subject-matter experts will be on hand to answer questions and demonstrate new functionality.

2011 GXP User Conference highlights

SOCET GXP Boot Camp

The week kicks off with SOCET GXP Boot Camp. This optional, pre-conference tutorial orients new users to the SOCET GXP operating environment, enabling a richer educational experience for the remainder of the week.

GXP User Conference

Learn the basics, or sharpen your skills with tips, tricks and shortcuts that are helpful for users at any level. A full range of seminars, product demonstrations and workshops are focused on GXP software — SOCET GXP, SOCET SET and GXP Xplorer.

GXP Professional Exchange

The GXP Professional Exchange is open to the global geospatial community. Discuss emerging trends and technology with GIS executives, geospatial and image analysts, industry partners and others. Collaborate and exchange ideas to help shape future product development.

Technical program

Find out about new and future product features and share ideas. Many software enhancements are based on customer input gathered at previous user conferences. BAE Systems’ technical experts lead these comprehensive sessions focused on eXtreme Analysis workflows and new automated tools. Walk-up workstations are available on site.

Classified meeting

The GXP team holds a meeting dedicated to topics exclusive to the classified work environment.

Walk-up workstations

Attendees are encouraged to bring commercial sample data and schedule individual sessions with GXP support engineers to discuss unique issues they are experiencing in their work environment.

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