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Welcome to our mid-month newsletter. I'm in Paris for Intermat 2009. I'll post updates as I find time, with more coverage in upcoming issues. It's going to be a busy week!|
Speaking of shows, we just wrapped up Carlson Software's
2009 User Conference. We've posted videos of the keynote speeches from Bruce Carlson
, PE (President of Carlson Software
), and Brent Jones
, PE, PLS (of ESRI
). You'll find the videos in our spotlight section below, they're definitely worth your time.
Also topping this newsletter is our brand new FAQ article
. Paul Hahn (Associate Editor here at MCo) and I took some time to respond to questions we've received since our launch. We also took a moment to discuss the direction of the site. I hope you will take a look!
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Mid-Month Videos: Carlson User Conference Keynotes
(1) Brent Jones, PE, PLS (of ESRI):
"Why GIS Needs Land Surveyors"
(2) Bruce Carlson (President of Carlson Software)
Also, our "Anatomy of a 3D Dozer" video has been quite a success! Check it out if you didn't get a chance last time around. The video (from Randy Noland, Managing Editor) discusses the anatomy of components for a 3D Dozer Machine Control System. It covers system components, their placements and the scaleable options provided by the system technology. These include the Control Box (computer, touchscreen display with machine control software), axial sensors, GNSS receiver box, GNSS antennae and the blade mast.
You can browse many more videos (in our library), just click on through.
And once again, be sure to check out our new FAQ.
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This section is an update about machine control, positioning, construction or land development conferences, training, seminars, webinars and other relevant events. Feel free to make a suggestion for future consideration. For more events, please visit our online calendar HERE.
INTERMAT 2009 - April 20th - April 25th, 2009, Norde Villepinte Exhibition Center, Paris, France. A premier international exhibition of construction equipment, machinery and techniques that takes place every three years. INTERMAT is for professionals, student and trainees working in the construction sector.
Canadian Institute of Mining (CIM) Toronto - May 10th - May 13th, 2009, Toronto, Ontario. The CIM Exhibition celebrates its 26th anniversary next year, and will have a greater impact than ever. Leading equipment, technology, processes, and services will be on display at the Canadian mining industry's premier mining event.
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Check out our list of open (construction) projects & U.S. Govt. RFP requests here.
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