Where 2.0 Conference in San Jose



Where 2.0 Conference in San Jose
The sixth Where 2.0 Conference that annually brings together the people, projects and location-aware issues, is now being held in San Jose, CA.
The lucky ones who have grabbed the opportunity to attend this awesome event joined developers, technologists, CTOs, researchers, geographers, academics, business developers and entrepreneurs from all over the world to debate the latest mind-bending Web 2.0 technologies and trends.

One of the three main Where 2.0 program tracks is Mapping for Consumers. Multiple mapping sessions are thus being held to discuss mapping accessibility, 3D and open data. It’s pretty obvious now that location is a requisite feature, helping us to make more informed choices. And lots of businesses, institutions, organizations and media sources are already leveraging location information to engage customers via new mapping data.
And one of the sessions titled « Why Wall Street Is Learning to Love Interactive Mapping » actually deals with the reasons why the renowned journal has started integrating geodata into its business intelligence applications.
If you want to stay informed about the conference’s news you can track out speakers’ slides, videos and photos and even access the Keynotes live stream on the Where 2.0 website: http://en.oreilly.com/where2010

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Thursday, April 1st 2010


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