July 15, 2009

Data Basin at the 2009 ESRI UC

We are now part way through presenting Data Basin at the 2009 ESRI User Conference in San Diego.  Come see us in the Conservation Hall (ballroom 20d) to get a live demo and let us know how Data Basin can help you do your work more effectively.

We've had several great meetings with folks who have stopped by the booth to check us out - Data Basin offers a lot of potential for a wide range of real world applications.  From helping someone publish hard-to-find data for Nicaragua to providing a very easy way for users to visualize anything from a huge collection of conservation related data, Data Basin will provide a very important set of capabilities.

Keep your eyes peeled for more updates about Data Basin in the coming weeks - we've been doing a tremendous amount of work to get ready to launch this out into the world in the not-to-distant future.

About the author:
Brendan Ward, M.S.
Software Engineer, Conservation Biologist, GIS Analyst, Team Lead- Software & Tools
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