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August 6, 2013
Register for Geospatial Big Data Webinar on Aug. 15

Missoula, Mont., July 31, 2013—Join GCS at 3 pm EDT on August 15 as we present the second webinar in our Geospatial Big Data webinar series. Entitled "Moving to Mobility: Leveraging Location Analytics," this free one-hour webinar will feature GCS mobile applications incorporating Parcel Identification for economic development, Geo-fencing for retail sales, and Augmented Reality for geospatial visualization.

You should attend this webinar if your organization is considering building location-based mobile applications, especially for economic development, real estate, retail sales, utilities, tourism, defense/intelligence or GIS.

We created this webinar for organizations that gather, maintain, and serve geospatial data because they face unique big data challenges in making location-specific information accessible to stakeholders anytime, anywhere.

You'll walk away from this webinar understanding how to:

  • Transform business operations with location-enabled mobile technology
  • Facilitate land transactions by delivering parcel information from multiple web-enabled databases to mobile devices
  • Increase sales by delineating 'geo-fences' around retail sites for one-to-one push advertising
  • Expedite utility field work by using augmented reality to visualize geospatial data layers

Presenters will include GCS President Alex Philp, PhD, and GCS Systems Integrator Brian Collins.

Register now at


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