Tuesday, June 17, 2008
Munsys, Inc. will be offering a number of free GIS webinars in the coming weeks, including one today, June 17th, 2008, at 11:30am EDT entitled "An Introduction to Munsys 10 - The Next Generation Spatial Solution for Utilities and Government".
Please see the following descriptions for further details. The presentations are approximately 30 minutes plus some time for questions.
You can register in advance by clicking on the "Register Now" link following each description.
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Tuesday - June 17th, 2008, 11:30am EDT, 8:30am PDT
"An Introduction to Munsys 10 - The Next Generation Spatial Solution for Utilities and Government"
Munsys provides an integrated family of proven solutions that solve the asset mapping and management needs of utilities and local governments. See how this major product release delivers new functionality, enhanced usability and includes strategic additions to the platform and data models. The next generation Munsys solutions for utilities and local government include a central database with pre-defined Oracle Spatial data models and integrated applications for the management of water, sewer, drainage, parcels, roads and electricity infrastructure. Autodesk design products are utilized for spatial data creation and editing.
Thursday - July 10th, 2008, 11:30am EDT, 8:30am PDT
"Building GIS Data for Utilities – The Munsys Solution"
Most CAD drawings contain valuable attributes defined in line work, layers, symbols, text, blocks, and attributes. Converting these attributes to traditional GIS systems is typically not possible and leads to a loss of valuable information during conversion. This presentation will demonstrate how the Munsys tools can be used to convert these attributes into intelligent CAD and GIS data.
Thursday - July 24th, 2008, 2:30pm EDT, 11:30am PDT
"Bridging the Gap Between CAD and GIS"
Many organizations face the challenge of duplicated effort by trying to maintain both drawings and GIS data in two different systems. Munsys bridges the gap between Engineering and GIS departments by allowing these departments to effectively share this data using Open GIS standards. This presentation will demonstrate how easy it is to maintain your engineering information in an open accessible format.