FOSS4G 2016 takes place in Bonn, Germany (August 24-26), and it is the largest geospatial Open Source event. GIS Cloud is proud to sponsor and attend the conference. In the words of Dino Ravnić, GIS Cloud’s CEO and Co-Founder:
“We are looking forward to sponsoring this year’s FOSS4G in Bonn. It will be a great opportunity to meet with users, partners and peers in our industry. GIS Cloud is built on open source so we’ll be sharing insights on how we are using different geospatial technologies.”
GIS Cloud will also have a booth (No 3) in the exhibition space, where the conference visitors will get a chance to meet the team in person and ask anything they want to know, or request a demo.
Marko Šantić (CTO and Co-Founder) and Igor Farkaš (Business Development Manager) will hold the company presentation on Friday, 26th of August in the Plenary Office (14:30-15:00), dedicated to glancing into the future of GIS Cloud platform.
Dino Ravnić will hold a presentation about Offline Maps for Mobile on Thursday, 25th of August at 11am in Room Berlin: “Using SQLite to take maps offline on mobile devices”.
“Providing support for offline maps has been a priority for GIS Cloud this year. Even though internet access is today available for many locations, there are still many areas that lack internet connection. By providing a way to store, access, visualize and search for large and small map data on any mobile/tablet device, we are looking forward to bringing users more value out of using our apps while working in the field in remote areas.” – Dino Ravnić, GIS Cloud’s CEO and Co-Founder
GIS Cloud will also attend B2B meeting on 23rd of August.
For arranging a face-to-face meeting, contact GIS Cloud at email@example.com.
About GIS Cloud:
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