New Online Seminar Series for GIS Professionals Kicks Off Nov. 9

GeonetCom, a free online seminar series targeting professionals in government, telecommunications and utilities who are interested in learning more about geographic information systems (GIS) will hold its first session Nov. 9.

The 12-part series features a variety of topics, including how to deploy enterprisewide GIS solutions, create virtual map rooms and establish World Wide Web-based vehicle tracking. All sessions will be delivered via the Internet and will focus on real-world case studies of GIS solutions.

The program is a collaborative effort of the public and private sectors, headed by San Rafael, Calif.-based Autodesk Inc., a software company that makes PC-based design applications, the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association, a nonprofit educational association of information technology professionals specializing in state and local government, and others.

Individuals interested in registering for the seminars, which run though March 2000, can find more information and a full schedule online at www.geonetcom.com.

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