Conducting military operations in a low-intensity conflict requires knowledge of the “human terrain” — the social, cultural, and linguistic intelligence which enables understanding of the people among whom our forces must operate. Basis Technology is committed to supporting this mission by creating tools and technologies for navigating the human terrain with exceptional precision and accuracy.
You are invited to explore and learn about these capabilities at Basis Technology’s Government Users Conference to be held on May 20–21, 2008 at the The Inn & Conference Center in College Park, MD. This intensive, two-day program includes talks, demonstrations, and tutorials showcasing the state-of-the-art in human language technology (HLT), document and media exploitation (DOMEX), cell phone exploitation (CELLEX), digital forensics, and linguist productivity. This is a unique opportunity to meet the experts, network with your peers, acquire new skills, and plug–in to the fast–growing Basis Technology user community.
Whether you are an intelligence analyst, a military linguist, a software developer, or an HLT professional, this event will provide you with the information you need to understand and take advantage of the latest developments in multilingual technology.
Please visit www.basistech.com/conference or write to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 617-386-2090. Overnight guest rooms have been reserved for out-of-town visitors at the Inn at Conference Center. For reservations call 1-800-676-6137 and reference “Basis Technology’s Government Users Conference.”
This conference is organized for the benefit of and provided at no charge to employees of the U.S. Government. Individuals outside the U.S. Government may attend, for a contractor participation fee of $495 per person. Contractor registrations received before April 25 will receive a $100 discount. Spaces are limited. Register today!