2007 Location Intelligence Conference to Highlight Convergence of Location-enabled Solutions

Convergence among Internet Mapping Applications, Satellite Imagery and Mobile Location-Based Services Draws Largest Paper Submission to Date

Glencoe, IL.  February 6, 2007 – The 2007 Location Intelligence Conference, the premiere industry event focused on the use of location technology, will bring together business leaders for its annual gathering to discuss how to generate revenue, cut costs, improve workflow efficiency and gain competitive advantage by implementing location-related products and services within their organizations.  The 2007 Location Intelligence Conference will take place April 16-18, 2007 at the Parc 55 Hotel in San Francisco.  For more information, visit http://www.locationintelligence.net.

“Now in its fourth year, the conference will focus on the convergence of location technology among enterprise IT solutions, geographic information systems, and mobile location-based services,” said Joe Francica, chairman of the event.  “We find ourselves in an era with unique opportunities for entrepreneurs and decision makers.  This year we will discuss the key issues leading to the widespread adoption of location-enabled enterprise and business solutions.”

The Location Intelligence Conference attracts decision makers from organizations involved in mobile and wireless devices, Internet mapping, location-based gaming, RFID, sensor web, geocoding, remote sensing, fleet management and field management services.  Conference registration includes access to workshops, keynotes, plenary sessions, luncheons and the conference social event.  Interest among exhibitors is high with more than 75 percent of booths sold three months before the event.  There has been a two-fold increase in the number of contributed presentations.  The conference keynote speaker and session topics will be announced later this month.

This year’s conference sponsors include Autodesk, Business Objects, CH2M HILL, ESRI, Google, MapQuest, Oracle, deCarta, First American Flood Data Services, MapInfo, MetaCarta, Microsoft, Tele Atlas, DMTI Spatial, Environics Analytics, Geodecisions, geoVue, gfk Geomarketing, Immersive Media, NAVTEQ, Placebase, RedSky Technologies, Safe Software, sss-research, Telogis, TerraGo Technologies, Zoominfosystems, 3D Route, Synergos Technologies and Synthegis.