FUTUREVIEW 2018 IS HEADING TO AUSTIN!
Join us August 27 – 30, 2018, at the JW Marriott in Austin, Texas, for a week of training sessions and workshops on Pictometry® imagery from EagleView.
What Is FutureView?
FutureView is the advanced training and user conference for Pictometry imagery users. Assessment officials, public safety personnel, GIS administrators, and other government employees who use Pictometry imagery are all welcome to attend FutureView.
During the conference, attendees will hear about the latest innovations from leading imagery engineers, technicians, and business solution leaders as well as expand their knowledge in a community of peers.
From Imagery to Answers
FutureView 2018 will take attendees From Imagery to Answers through:
- Hands-on training sessions
- Advanced workshops with professional certification credits
- Peer presentations on topics related to assessment, GIS, and emergency response
- Demonstrations of cutting-edge products and solutions
Attendees will have plenty of opportunities to network with other industry experts, including at our social event on closing night.
WHY ATTEND FUTUREVIEW?
FutureView is your opportunity to leverage your agency’s investment in Pictometry imagery and technology solutions. You will leave FutureView recharged with new ideas and approaches to make you more efficient and effective.
Justify your attendance
To convey the importance of FutureView to your organization, download our justification letter. Simply right click the link to save, edit the text, and submit the letter to your supervisor!
Training at FutureView
Become a FutureView Sponsor
You already partner with EagleView to provide local government agencies with time-saving technology. So why partner with us for FutureView, too?
FutureView is one of the largest technology user conferences for local government agencies. At FutureView, you can identify and meet potential clients, nurture relationships with current customers, and interact with EagleView sales, business development, and leadership team members.
Who else needs to know?
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