Time and Place of next week's lecture on 17 October is changed to:
WA-204, at 10.40h. – 12.25h.
I would like to ask everyone to be present at the guest lecture. Martin Engels comes all the way from Leiden to talk about GIS. If you are unable to come, please let me know as soon as possile.
Title: GIS and Geodatabases: the ESRI approach
Speaker: Martin Engels, ESRI Netherlands
When: Wednesday 17 October 2007, 10:40 h. – 12:25 h.
ESRI designs and develops the world's leading geographic information system (GIS) technology. GIS is an important tool – one that helps shape the world around us. GIS technology helps fight forest fires, determine new national boundaries during peace negotiations, find promising sites for fast-growing companies, rebuild cities around the world, support optimal land-use planning, route emergency vehicles, monitor rain forest depletion, contain oil spills, and perform countless other vital tasks every day. Today, ESRI has more than 4,000 skilled employees worldwide who work with hundreds of business partners and tens of thousands of users.