GIS Day 2003 
@NCAD

Welcome Todd Ulrich, Founder of Worldfx, Inc. http://www.realworldfx.com/
maker of the 16' Earth replica crowning ESRI's exhibit at the User Conferences this year and last. With installations at NASA, USGS, and similar Earth-oriented organizations all over the world, WorldFx is exhibiting at NCAD for GIS Day 2003: two 4' satellite imagery Earth replicas, one with and one without clouds.
Also on display are Earth models produced by Solid Terrain Modeling, CA.
And Todd will preview GeoFusion's jaw-dropping Earth visualization software, the technology behind ESRI's forthcoming ArcGIS Release 9 ArcGlobe.

John Schmidt, M.S., NCAD President
Announcing and Demonstrating
a new First by
NCAD:
First CORS outside Southern California
providing Real-Time dual-frequency RTCM corrections over the Internet,
freely available to any Internet user.
Connect by DSL, by dial-up, or by cell phone -- we will demonstrate all 3 methods.

Your GPS rover receiver uses the corrections to achieve position accuracies up to 1" -- in Real-Time!!
See the points appear on the map, one each second -- 95% within a 1" circle,

using ArcGIS 8.3, ArcView 3.3, and Delorme Street Atlas 2003 --
all running simultaneously on:

1. HP Compaq Evo N800w P4-2.2GHz notebook with Bluetooth connection to cell phone Internet


2. NCAD P4-3.0GHz workstation with 1G RAM, GigEthernet, serial ATA 10,000rpm, and ATI Radeon 9600.

featuring also:
Office 2003
InfoPath 2003
OneNote 2003
Outlook 2003

Open House at NCAD
GIS Day
Wednesday, November 19
11:00am - 7:00pm


 

Pure water, tea, organic coffee, and other nourishment.
Easy to find us. See the map at:
http://ncad.net/map.gif