M.App X Training at HxGN LIVE

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 This year at HxGN LIVE, the Geospatial Track offers a number of informative training sessions covering a wide variety of topics. Discover how M.App X brings geospatial intelligence technologies to the cloud. Here’s a quick look at hands-on M.App X training at the conference.

Half-Day Classes: Tuesday (13 June)

1205: M.App X: Cloud-Based Image Exploitation, System Setup, and Configuration

Image Exploitation systems have traditionally required high-end workstations for each Image Analyst, which can be costly and difficult to maintain. M.App X changes all that, taking us to the next generation. M.App X is a fully featured, cloud-based image exploitation system that you run from a browser, simplifying both deployment and maintenance.
The first half of this course will introduce the capabilities of M.App X with hands-on training that walks you through several typical workflows, such as image discovery and management, navigation, image adjustment, annotation, feature collection, printing and geoprocessing.
But M.App X is also a platform for creating custom solutions instead of just relying on standard out-of-the-box solutions. The second half of the course will walk you through the process of deploying, configuring, and customizing M.App X on private or public clouds.
Learn more about M.App X and other Hexagon Geospatial defense solutions at HxGN LIVE 2017!
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Rosalie Azzato

Rosalie Azzato joined the Hexagon Geospatial team as a Digital Marketing Specialist in July 2015. In her role, Rosalie helps in developing marketing campaigns and strategies to direct online traffic to the company website through social media, contributing to industry and company blogs, and keeping up to date with current digital trends. Rosalie obtained a Bachelor of Science in Communication, as well as a minor in marketing, from Kennesaw State University. Outside of work, Rosalie enjoys attending concerts, spending time with her friends and family, and cuddling with her dog, Darla.

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