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Diamond Sponsors

  • MapQuest
  • Google

Platinum Sponsor

  • ESRI

Gold Sponsor

  • Garmin

Silver Sponsors

  • 3Dconnexion
  • deCarta
  • DigitalGlobe
  • Fatdoor
  • Leica Geosystems
  • Microsoft
  • Quova, Inc.
  • Schmap
  • Skyhook Wireless
  • TeleAtlas
  • ULocate
  • University of Alaska

Map Sponsor

  • Ask

Media Partners

  • Conference Guru
  • GISuser
  • Google Earth Blog
  • Google Earth Blog
  • GPS World
  • Imaging Notes
  • LBSzone.com
  • LPS Media
  • MobileLocalSearch.net
  • MP2K Magazine
  • OSTG
  • R&D.CNews
  • SymbianOne.com
  • VerySpatial
  • Web Host Industry Review

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Speaker

Marc Prioleau

Marc Prioleau

deCarta

Marc joined deCarta in 2005. He brings twenty years of technology marketing, with the last nine years in the location technology and Internet search markets. Prior to deCarta, Marc directed the high-growth consumer and enterprise markets for SiRF Technology, a leading provider of GPS-enabled location technology, contributing significantly to SiRF's successful IPO in 2004. Before SiRF, he was Vice President of Business Development for Outride inc. (acquired by Google), responsible for commercializing Outride's advanced search technology with leading Internet search engines. Marc also held executive positions at Trimble Navigation where he led marketing for embedded GPS products in the automotive, timing and mobile computing markets. Marc has a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering/Materials Science from University of California, Davis and a Master's degree from Harvard Graduate School of Business.

See all sessions presented by Marc Prioleau.