Registration opens for the FME World Tour 2018 hosted by Locus Limited

By January 23, 2018 February 15th, 2018 No Comments

Locus Limited invites you to register for the FME World Tour 2018 and join us in Wellington, Christchurch or Auckland in May 2018.

Learn about the newest features in FME 2018, meet fellow users, update your FME knowledge with time-saving tips/practices, receive a sneak peek of upcoming features and grab yourself some take-home freebies!

This event is perfect for you if you are:

  • An FME user who would like to be inspired by new FME ideas, discover best practices, and meet fellow FME users
  • Work in an organisation that would like to understand more about FME’s capabilities and how it may be able to assist you in managing your data challenges

Secure your place on the FME World Tour 2018 now:

Monday, 14 May 2018 – Wellington
Wednesday, 16 May 2018 – Christchurch
Friday, 18 May 2018 – Auckland

Cost: $95 + GST per person


Interested in presenting at FME World Tour 2018?
Perhaps you’ve used FME to deliver a challenging or innovative project or have some unique tips and tricks you would like to share.    Presenting at an FME World Tour event is an opportunity to get recognition for your success.  We have presenter places available and would like to hear from you.  To be eligible to present please submit an abstract of your presentation via the Safe Software site or contact Locus to discuss further

More about Locus: Locus Limited is a Safe Software Gold Value Added Reseller. Since 2004, our team of FME Certified Professionals have been enabling businesses globally to unlock the power of FME to manage their enterprise level data.

What is FME?  The Feature Manipulation Engine (FME) is a platform that streamlines the translation of spatial data between geometric and digital formats.   FME enables you to move data between 350+ formats and applications while preserving data quality throughout the conversion process.  With hundreds of tools (transformers) at your disposal you have complete control over the structure and composition of your data.  Manual data processing tasks are a thing of the past with automated workflows scheduled to run at any time interval.