Friday, March 4, 2011

Learn the Basics of gvSIG Open Source Desktop GIS!

Most of you will likely not be able to attend this event, but for those seeking more info on Open Source GIS there are some additional links to learn more:

Sent: Tuesday, March 01, 2011 11:33 PM
Subject: Tuesday March 29th, 2011 - Learn the Basics of gvSIG Open Source Desktop GIS!

Are you ready to add to the GIS capabilities of your organization without additional licensing costs? Do you need a powerful alternative to expensive software licenses that works with your existing solutions but without any strings attached? Are you in need of more GIS desktop software seats but can't afford to buy more licenses?Then it might be time to seriously consider open source desktop alternatives to strengthen your organizations capabilities.Learn the basics of gvSIG a powerful 'mid range' open source desktop GIS at the King County GIS Center!
Terra GIS will be offering a 1 day introductory gvSIG class on Tuesday March 29th, 2011. The emphasis of the class will be on general GIS functionalities and geoprocessing.
For more information visit:

gvSIG is a powerful desktop GIS system that is known for having a user-friendly interface, being able to access the most common formats, both vector and raster ones (e.g. shape files, ArcSde, Oracle databases ...) . It features a wide range of tools for working with geographic information (query tools, layout creation, geoprocessing, networks, model builder, etc.) and provides excellent cartography and spatial analysis tools, and a wide range of spatial database connectivity.

To learn more about gvSIG and to see examples how others are using gvSIG around the world see the links below[1] Case studies:[2] Presentations, posters and articles presented during the 6th gvSIG Conference 2010 gvSIG[3] gvSIG at the OSGIS UK 2010 Workshops

Karsten VennemannPrincipalTerra GIS LTD2119 Boyer Ave E Seattle, WA 98112USA
Phone 206 905 1711Fax 925 905 1711

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