ERDAS free webinar for ERDAS Image Web Server 2009

Posted by GIS talk On Thursday, October 16, 2008
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ERDAS is offering Bigger, Stronger, Faster, a free webinar on Thursday, October 23, 2008, highlighting ERDAS Image Web Server 2009. ERDAS Image Web Server 2009 distributes large volumes of geospatial image data to thousands of concurrent users.

Now supporting additional file formats (including GeoTIFF, MrSID and IMG), as well as JPIP and WMS-C, ERDAS Image Web Server implements true interoperability, simplifying the process of delivering and consuming data. In addition, ERDAS Image Web Server also increases user flexibility with automatic client-side reprojection.

Each month, ERDAS is offering at least two different webinar topics. To meet the needs of ERDAS’ global audience, most webinars will be hosted twice on a scheduled day. In addition to a live presentation and demonstration, each webinar also includes the opportunity for customers to interact directly with the presenter. Scheduled to last forty-five minutes, each webinar will include approximately thirty minutes of presented material and fifteen minutes for Q&A.

Below is a schedule outlining the next two ERDAS webinar topics and the solutions featured:

* October 23 – Bigger, Stronger, Faster! (ERDAS Image Web Server 2009)
* November 6 – Securely Clip, Zip and Ship Massive Amounts of Data (ERDAS APOLLO Image Manager)

To register for Bigger, Stronger, Faster, or find out more about other upcoming webinars, please visit: http://www.erdas.com/Company/Webinars/tabid/91/Default.aspx.

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