Dev Event Save The Date, Oct 27 – NAVTEQ Developer Day, Silicon Valley

This interesting event features a great lineup of speakers, panelists, and other presenters

NAVTEQ Developer Day – Silicon Valley: Focus on Indoor

October 27, 2011 1:00–7:30 pm

Plug and Play Tech Center, 440 N. Wolfe Road, Sunnyvale, CA 94085

The great indoors presents a huge business opportunity for mobile. Mapping the giant labyrinthine of shopping malls, airports, universities, hospitals and convention centers of the world has begun. Join us for this free LBS Developer Day: Focus on Indoor to learn about this exciting new frontier in mapping.  

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NAVTEQ Developer Day – Silicon Valley: Focus on Indoor – The great indoors presents a huge business opportunity for mobile. Join us for this free LBS Developer Day: Focus on Indoor to learn about this exciting new frontier in mapping. Sunnyvale, CA  October 27, 2011 1:00–7:30 pm See Details HERE

 

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