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Dude, Where's My Product: Insider Tips to Developing Location-Based Services

Dude, Where's My Product: Insider Tips to Developing Location-Based Services

Date / Time
Thursday, November 18, 2010
Time: 8:00 am PT / 11:00 am ET
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1 hour

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Apps are hitting the market each day that are centered on Location-Based Services (LBS) - from hand-set navigation to places directories and social networks like Facebook, Twitter, and Foursquare. In fact, Gartner reports that the number of users of LBS is set to more than double to 95.7 million this year, up from 41 million a year ago.

Register now to learn how you can leverage LBS for your business in making connections between activities that have traditionally been disconnected. Hear Dr. Dobb's and LBS experts from Axeda and Walsh Wireless show you how to deploy LBS to answer questions such as:

  • Where are my products right now?
  • Is my delivery getting close?
  • What other assets are near me now?
  • Did the door open before the product reached its destination?

Register now.

Featured Speakers:

Joseph Biron, Senior Architect & Technology Evangelist, Axeda

Nathan George, Vice President of Technology, Walsh Wireless

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