It's time to secure your spot for the upcoming ArcPORT Online User Group Meeting!
The digital TSUG will be divided into two main sections;
A presentation day - Listen in to product presentations, case studies from selected users, and ask your questions in the Q&A panel with product experts.
A workshop day - Group up with fellow software users from around the world, tackle problems and share knowledge in this day with interactive workshops.
Watch this space, a more detailed schedule will be available here very soon!
The presentation day will consist of four hours of content (including breaks), and will be hosted in a similar way to our traditional webinar sessions. Join us on November 4 between 9am - 1pm CET. As always, you can find out when it occurs in your local time zone on the registration page. Should you not be able to attend the live event we advice you to register to receive the recorded version by email. The following three guests will present case studies during the presentation day:
Lin Lin Wang, Managing Consultant, Landrum & Brown
Irene Boñal, Air Traffic Management and Airports Consultant, Think Research
Daniel Beltran Bolivar, Production and Planning Manager, El Dorado International Airport
This event has already been held. We're working on an on-demand portal, in which our software users will be able to watch recorded versions of the presentations that were held during the event. More information regarding how to access these recordings will follow.
The number of seats for the workshop sessions will be limited. During these sessions you will go over the functionalities of ArcPORT 2.4 hands-on with ArcPORT expert Miguel Bono Tur. As opposed to a regular "presentation", you as an attendee of the workshop will be able to talk and interact directly with Miguel and the other attendees via voice. There are two available time slots for which you can attend the workshop, all of which occur on November 5. Register for the time which suits you best. Please note that time is presented in CET. On the registration page, you are able to select "show in my time zone", to see when it will occur in your local time.