LizardTech to Showcase Geospatial Software Solutions for Image Management

September 8, 2014  - By 0 Comments

LizardTech, a provider of software solutions for managing and distributing geospatial content, will be showcasing its products at eight conferences this fall.

LizardTech representatives will highlight its newest product, GeoGofer, a software solution for powerful image searching and sorting. The representatives will be available for product demonstrations and to answer questions at the following shows:

  • September 8-11 in New Orleans, Louisiana, at GIS-Pro 2014, booth 229.
  • September 15-16 in Orlando, Florida, at the eighth annual Central Florida GIS Workshop.
  • September 22-24 in Columbus, Ohio, at the 2014 Ohio GIS Conference.
  • September 22-26 in Grand Junction, Colorado, at the GeCo in the Rockies Conference.
  • September 25 in Denver, Colorado, at the Esri DIUG.
  • October 5-8 in Groton, Connecticut, at the Fall Northeast Arc Users Group (NEARC).
  • October 20-24 in Austin, Texas, at the 2014 Texas GIS Forum.
  • October 22-24 in Atlantic City, New Jersey, at the MAC URISA 2014 Conference.

In addition to GeoGofer, LizardTech representatives will provide product demonstrations of the company’s entire line of geospatial products. The LizardTech product line includes GeoExpress software, which enables geospatial professionals to compress and manipulate satellite and aerial imagery, Express Server software for high-performance image delivery and publication, and LiDAR Compressor software, which turns giant point cloud datasets into efficient MrSID files.

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Tracy Cozzens

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Tracy Cozzens has served as managing editor of GPS World magazine since 2006. She also is editor of GPS World’s newsletters and the sister website Geospatial Solutions. She has worked in government, for non-profits, and in corporate communications, editing a variety of publications for audiences ranging from federal government contractors to teachers.

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