Autodesk at Qatar geospatial forum
Doha, April 3, 2012
Autodesk, a global leader in 3D design, engineering and entertainment software, will have a major presence at the ongoing Middle East Geospatial Forum in Qatar.
Autodesk is a key speaker at the forum which revolves around the theme 'Geospatial Technologies for Sustainable Middle East' with the aim of highlighting the significance of geospatial technology in promoting sustainable development for the region.
The forum is an international platform designed for building networks to enable g-lateral ties in the region for geospatial community.
The conference, which opened on Tuesday, aims at bringing together the geospatial & infrastructure industry leaders, decision makers, development planners from the region to discuss the role of new technologies in ushering in an era of sustainable development.
Various sessions held during the conference will witness high-profile speaker’s talk about the need for geospatial technology to make informed decisions on how to better integrate the processes of development and sustainability.
Geoff Zeiss, Autodesk director of Utility Industry Program and one of the key speakers will be discussing topics on Construction & Infrastructure.
Zeiss will highlight the role of geospatial technology for various infrastructure verticals like roads, railways, aviation, real estate etc in the Middle East.
“Qatar has consistently been the third largest development market in the GCC and as such is a priority market for Autodesk. We are committed to helping our customers and partners use technology to achieve competitive advantage and our participation at this key forum is a testament to this,” he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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