Huntsville, AL – November 17, 2008 -- 3-GIS, an Alabama based software and services company is exhibiting in Booth #6 at the Rocket City Geospatial Conference. The conference, which is organized and managed by Directions Magazine, will be held November 19-20, 2008 at the Huntsville Marriott in Huntsville, Alabama.
Tom Counts, President of 3-GIS, said “This is our second year exhibiting at the Rocket City Geospatial Conference. We are excited to support a conference in our area and show the community the 3-GIS suite of products.”
3-GIS offers the Express Suite of products, an ESRI ArcGIS Server-based suite of thin-client asset management products. The Express Suite is comprised of the Express Server, the configurable hub for the enterprise publishing of GIS data; Field Express Chameleon, real-time data management software which can be run on a mobile phone, tablet or laptop; and Network Express, a browser-based yet fully capable GIS editor.
Information about this year’s Rocket City Geospatial Conference 2008 can be obtained here: http://www.rocketcitygeospatial.com/index.php
3-GIS is a premier AM/FM/GIS software development and services company. The company provides customized software and solutions to a variety of companies in markets such as Utilities, Communications and Homeland Security. The company builds, interfaces and integrates many diverse AM/FM systems, work management systems, analysis packages, and other specialized software companies use. 3-GIS is now delivering an ArcGIS Server-based suite of thin-client asset management products. For more information, visit www.3-GIS.com.
About Rocket City Geospatial Conference
The Rocket City Geospatial Conference is organized and managed by Directions Media ( www.DirectionsMedia.net). Joe Francica, Directions Media's vice publisher is the conference chairman. Directions Media is the leading source of information, news and commentary in the fields of geospatial and location-based technologies. They keep their readers informed with news and technology issues quickly and thoroughly via a variety of offerings. They maintain the industry's most knowledgeable editorial and management team each member of which has substantial experience as a practitioner of geospatial technology. This allows Directions Media to not only report on current news and applications, but also provide commentary and advice on industry trends. Their readers gain an "inside edge" in their careers by reading these publications and attending these events.