11 reasons why you should be a Geosystems Track presenter at HxGN LIVE 2016

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HxGN LIVE 2016 is 13-16 June in Anaheim, California, US. Here’s why you should submit your ideas to present.

Have a great idea? Want to share an innovative project? Had an exceptional experience?

We want to hear from you at HxGN LIVE 2016! With a presentation and an open platform for Q&A, you could share your story with colleagues from across the globe.

Want to know more about what’s in it for you? Take a look at these great benefits.

  1. Free conference registration
    Presenters are free to enjoy conference presentations, networking sessions, exhibits, and meals/events starting Monday evening, June 13. There are more than 100 expected presentations in the Geosystems Track alone.
  2. Outstanding exposure
    To the global Hexagonncommunity, including fellow users and Leica Geosystems staff. Being “on stage” puts your organisation in the spotlight, providing you with much greater networking opportunities. With an expected 3,500 registrants for the overall conference, with about 800 in the Geosystems Track, share your story with a wide array of professional from around the world.
  3. Reinforce your organisation’s leadership position on a grand stage
    Many organisations that speak have developed areas of specific expertise with Geosystems technology. Presenting is a great platform to reinforce a leadership positioning and messaging for your organisation.
  4. Higher visibility for potential trade media coverage
    The conference is covered extensively by global and local trade press. Many speakers from the Geosystems Track have been sought out by trade media for feature articles. Gain favourable attention of  key industry editors.
  5. Opportunity to take advantage of the full conference
    As a presenter, you are free to attend any of the more than 400 total sessions, including those given in the other tracks.. There are many cross-over and interconnection points between all of the tracks for you take advantage of.
  6. DSC_0045The “Zone” exhibit area
    Here you can ask experts one-on-one specific questions you have about using Hexagon solutions. While technologies from all tracks will be on display.
  7. Access to hands-on workshops
    On Monday, June 13, the Geosystems Track will host more than 20 hands-on training workshops. These cover specific software and hardware products application areas that you may be interested in investigating in depth. These training workshops are very popular with attendees; they are separately priced but very affordable compared to traditional hands-on training class costs.
  8. Access to experts and management staff
    Key Geosystems product management, engineering/R&D, and senior management staff will be in attendance and readily accessible. This is a great opportunity to make your product wishes known to the people that drive the product development process.
  9. Networking
    One of the main conference highlights, many attendees actively network with each other for their mutual benefit. If networking with other users  is of interest to you, this conference is by far the best place to do it.
  10. Attendees with the same types of challenges and solutions
    Many attendees use this conference to validate their workflows or learn better ways to do things faster and conduct even more thorough QA checks. It’s easy to compare notes with fellow attendees from around the world about the instruments that you have or are thinking about adding or upgrading. Many attendees also have complementary, third party tools that you can learn more about first hand in a low-hassle environment.
  11. Motivation Plus
    HxGN LIVE  has a reputation for one of the most energetic industry events. Attendees regularly come away extremely motivated to try out new ideas they’ve learned about, including organisational approaches and workflow solutions that they are able to implement for immediate benefits.

 

Ready to submit your idea? Fill out the form here to get started.

Register to attend HxGN LIVE 2016 here.

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