Spatial Dimension is pleased to announce that the Second Annual FlexiCadastre User Conference will be held in Cape Town, South Africa from February 7th – 9th 2008.
The Annual User Conference is aimed at both Government and Corporate users of the FlexiCadastre Mineral Rights Management System and is an ideal opportunity for both current and interested users to network and share implementation successes as well as individual needs.
The Conference will be held at the BMW Pavilion at the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, Cape Town and starts on the last day of the African Mining Indaba.
Speakers from five continents have already confirmed that they will be giving presentations on their experiences while implementing FlexiCadastre within their organisations. The conference will offer an excellent forum for the exchange of knowledge and skills relating to FlexiCadastre and all attendees will have open access to the FlexiCadastre development team. A finalised Conference Agenda will be sent out in due course.
The registration fee for delegates on maintenance will be US$100 while for those not on maintenance the cost will be US$150. We would appreciate that you confirmed your attendance before 16th January 2008.
About Spatial Dimension
Spatial Dimension is a multi-disciplinary software development and consulting company with a broad base of skills and experience in the development of innovative and cost effective spatially enabled solutions. Their flagship product, FlexiCadastre, is the international software of choice for both Government Agencies and Mineral Resource Companies wanting to implement integrated mineral rights management solutions. Corporate clients include Anglo American, Barrick Gold, BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto. Government clients include the Democratic Republic of Congo, Greenland, Mozambique, South Africa, Tanzania and Zambia. To date FlexiCadastre has been used to manage mineral title in over 50 jurisdictions world wide.
About the African Mining Indaba
The world's leading mining executives, global policy makers and international financiers meet again at Africa's most important mining event, the twelfth annual Mining Indaba to be held in Cape Town from 4-7 February 2008. The 2007 event hosted over 3,000 delegates from 60 countries, and 180 exhibitors covering every aspect of the global mining value chain. The continent's best resource for financing, new business, and industry news, the Indaba has raised billions of dollars and introduced the international investment community to mining interests throughout Africa.