May 10, 2007 -- GCWare Middle East FZ-LLC, a branch of the YMS&GCWare Group held a successful exhibition of its portfolio of products and services at the 3rd Map Middle East conference held in Dubai, U.A.E. on Apr 9-11 2007. Hosted at the booth of its business partner Intergraph Middle East and in tight cooperation with partner company GEODIS Brno the company presented group’s latest technology developments as well as customer project accomplishments. The event brought various valued guests and dignitaries to pay their visit to GCWare’s exhibition station including the Vice mayor of the City of Dubai Mr. Hussein Nasser Lootah. During the course of conference the staff of GCware spoke and presented to dozens of visitors and representatives of government authorities and private sector. Such active presence gathered a respectable feedback from the industry experts and allowed to gain an invaluable insight into the region’s market specifics.
With pride many of the visiting guests were brought to see the Dalili project showcased live at the booth of the Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA). Implemented for RTA trough partnership with Intergraph, the Dalili project is providing many users in the car, at home or on foot with up-to-date dynamic traffic information and navigation system. Dalili is integrating the standard geospatial data and navigation tools with the live traffic data feed as processed from the traffic detectors.
With colleagues from GEODIS the company presented the high-end solution for 3-D model of the compression station provided to our customer in Slovakia, the SPP (Slovak Gas Industry), that was executed as a joined effort of the YMS and GEODIS.
With all the vibe and buzz that accompanied this year’s Map Middle East conference, the number of visitors, the quality of presented papers and with the newly staffed office in Dubai, YMS&GCWare Group believes it was the right decision to expand its operations by entering this region.
Commenting on the event, Emire Khidayer, the managing Director of the GCWare Middle East branch said: “This was the right mix and concentration of people from all sides of the technology, science and business that have anything to do with the geospatial domain within this dynamic region. It was time and money well spent.”