Partnership will increase awareness of asset management and GIS
September 3, 2009 -- COLUMBUS, OH. -- Transmap, a leading provider of roadway inventory, infrastructure management and GIS integration, is pleased to announce that for a third year, GIS software company ESRI has invited it to showcase its technology solution at the American Public Works Association’s World Congress in Columbus, Ohio. Columbus is home to Transmap with our corporate headquarters located less than two miles from the convention center.
From September 13-16, Transmap will be exhibiting its innovative roadway asset management solutions alongside ESRI in the Greater Columbus Convention Center. Swarming through the more than 100,000 square feet of exhibit space will be more than 6,000+ public works professionals and 400 exhibitors. The annual congress, which has been offered for more than 100 years, is the largest event of its kind devoted solely to the needs of public works professionals.
“We’re honored that ESRI has invited us to exhibit with them at the APWA Congress for a third time,” said Howard Luxhoj, PE and president of Transmap. “They are very good partners with and for us. There’s no one better when it comes to increasing the buzz about public works asset management and GIS.”
“Each year I get excited around the APWA conference and exposition because it is one of the largest expositions dedicated to Public Works and ESRI again in 2009 will have the largest GIS Pavilion on the exhibition floor. It is a one-stop showcase to get all of you GIS related questions answered. Ten of our valued business partners, including Transmap, will be demonstrating their applications and solutions through- out the course of the week and that always stimulates thought provoking discussions.” said Chuck Cmeyla, ESRI Public Works Industry Manager.
For more information on Transmap and its intelligent roadway database, visit them at Booth #1639 from 12-4 p.m. Sunday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday and 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Tuesday. For details on the APWA’s World Congress, visit www.apwa.net/meetings/congress/2009.
Transmap is a leading provider of roadway inventory, infrastructure management, GIS integration and centerline base-maps. The company’s team of engineers, GIS programmers, IT managers, field surveyors and other professions collects road and infrastructure data to develop and defend public works budgets, levels of service and maintenance operations. Transmap has proven that the information that is collected will help Public Works departments get stimulus funding. The end result is the creation of a detailed, linear-referenced, GIS-based inventory that preserves the client’s historical data with new levels of accuracy and utilization. More information about the company can be found at their Web site, www.transmap.com.
ESRI is the world leader in the geographic information system (GIS) software industry. ESRI software helps clients accomplish tasks faster, easier, and more efficiently. With annual sales of more than $660 million, ESRI remains the world leader in the geographic information system software industry. The company’s business involves the development and support of GIS software for all types of organizations — from the one-person office to multinational corporations to innovative Internet GIS solutions. For more information, visit www.esri.com.
Howard Luxhoj, PE, President • Craig Schorling, GISP, Account Manager
Transmap Corporation • 1156 Dublin Road, Suite 102 • Columbus, Ohio 43215
Phone: 614-481-6799 • Fax: 614-481-4017 • www.transmap.com
Contact: Craig Schorling, GISP
Transmap To Exhibit With ESRI At 2009 Public Workks Congress In Columbus, Ohio
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