Boulder, CO – December 17, 2005: Definiens, a leader in advanced image intelligence solutions, is pleased to announce it’s schedule for eCognition training courses in North America for 2006.
Course dates have been set for:
March 20 – 23, 2006
October 16 – 19, 2006
and Boston, MA:
July 17 – 20, 2006
The training courses are a 2 day course for the Basic Seminar and a 2 day course for the Advanced Workshop. eCognition Basic and Advanced training courses, taught by Definiens authorized instructors, introduce participants to the upcoming version eCognition Professional 5.0™ and provides the foundation for becoming a successful eCognition user. The Basic Seminar covers fundamental concepts of object-oriented image classification and eCognition. Participants learn how to load data, segment satellite images, and apply eCognition’s supervised and rule-based classification. The Advanced Seminar builds upon the knowledge gained in the eCognition Basic Seminar and covers advanced functionality of eCognition.
Students can begin enrolling in classes at any time but seating is limited. It is recommended to register early for those interested in attending any of these courses. Registration forms are available at http://www.definiens-imaging.com/support/training/schedule.htm
Definiens is a global leader in providing advanced image intelligence solutions and services that enable its clients to harness all relevant information from digital images to support fast and accurate decision making crucial to its business process. Definiens’ products are built on its platform technology (eCognition) that represents a quantum leap in the realms of digital image analysis. Our products are offered across chosen markets, initially focusing on Earth Observation/Remote Sensing (EO/RS) and Life Sciences. Definiens offers advanced and robust image analysis solutions to accelerate the drug discovery, development, and diagnostics processes in life sciences, and perform satellite and aerial image classification more intelligently, more accurately, and more efficiently than traditional methods. Definiens has customers worldwide in the areas of Life Sciences and Earth Observation/Remote Sensing, including leading companies, academic centers, and government agencies. Founded in 1994 by Nobel Laureate Prof. Dr. Gerd Binnig, Definiens is based in Munich, Germany. For further information regarding the company and its products please visit www.definiens.com