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Dublin Tech Summit

15th Feb 2017

Dublin Tech Summit

Hosted at the Convention Centre Dublin, the Tech Summit is a two-day event which will showcase the creative and innovative businesses that Ireland has on offer to firmly establish its position as a global technology hub.

The two-day event which takes place between 15 -16 February, attracts more than 10,000 attendees and 200 international speakers and investors brings together leaders in innovation, technology and business to shape the future of trends and technologies. The conference promises to provide businesses with the platform to reach their goals on a professional, personal, strategic and or commercial level.

Which is why we’re delighted to be exhibiting at booth S095 during the conference.

Exhibiting at the Tech Summit provides the team with the perfect platform to showcase and educate businesses on Azimap web GIS and how it can be used to support the analysis of their spatial data.

Benefits of meeting us during the Dublin Tech Summit

During the conference our team will showcase Azimap's, advanced editing and spatial reporting features which include, how to -

  • Import spatial data from Shape, Tab, CSV, KML and spatial CSV files
  • Create a multi-dimensional map, consisting of points, polygons and lines
  • Split, join and intersect polygons in a few simple clicks
  • Use Azimap's advanced drawing tools
  • Produce heat, thematic, point and contour maps
  • Utilise UFT Grid, feature enhancements
  • Display data from WMS Servers
  • Display raster imagery

This is an exciting opportunity and we look forward to meeting with delegates and exhibitors at this inaugural conference.

Visit Dublin Tech Summit for more information and to view the event agenda. However, don't forget to plan your attendance by requesting a personalised demonstration during the event.

When & Where

Start: 15th Feb 2017

End: 16th Feb 2017

Venue: Convention Centre Dublin


Our Customers

  • The Irish News
  • Local Link
  • Misulster Council
  • Kildare County Council