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Important Dates

Conference: May 7-11, 2012
Reg. Registration Ends: April 20, 2012
Late Registration: April 21 to May 11

Coming to Atlanta is Easy! Atlanta is one of the most accessible destinations in the world with flights to 156 U.S. destinations and more than 80 international destinations in 50 countries.

Top attractions include

  • Georgia Aquarium
  • World of Coca-Cola
  • Inside CNN Atlanta
  • Atlanta Braves Baseball
  • Atlanta Botanical Garden
  • Woodruff Arts Center
  • Zoo Atlanta
  • Stone Mountain Park

For more information on Atlanta attractions
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The conference is being held at the Grand Hyatt in Buckhead, with easy access to almost anywhere in Atlanta. Hotel reservations are unavailable this early, but check back soon for special conference rates and travel information!

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Guest Program

A guest program will be provided at Radarcon 2012 and will be open to guests of all attendees. The guest program will include a breakfast each day of the technical sessions and guided tours of local attractions. For more information see the guest program tour information and contact

Note:  the following is necessary to clear up possible confusion of the guest program.

Guests of attendees are primarily limited to guest related activities, and it does not enable them to attend or participate in the technical sessions or attend the conference lunches.  Only paid registrants are entitled to attend and participate in the technical sessions and attend the conference lunches.

Getting There

The easiest thing to do is to take MARTA, Atlanta’s Rapid Transit. You can get on the train at the airport, near the baggage claim area. Take the red line (it may also say "North Springs" or "Dunwoody" on the front of the train) to Buckhead Station. It drops you off on Peachtree Road just about 2 blocks from the hotel.  A single fare/one-way ticket is $2.50.

If you get a rental car and drive, you can find directions on the hotel website.

If you look on the hotel directions map on the hotel website, you’ll see the Marta station marked as a blue box.

There are also taxis available outside the airport near baggage claim, if you’d prefer to take a taxi. Taxis from the airport to the hotel will probably cost around $46 one-way.

There is also a shared-ride shuttle, that is $37.00 round trip.


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