Volunteer Editors and Group Writers

How are the GoGeomatics Briefing created?

All across Canada, our volunteer editors and group writers gather virtually, on a weekly basis, to discuss and share the newest geospatial news together. Each Writer prepares a few interesting articles that they have researched about, and they share why the reason behind selecting their piece with the other writers. Each researched article is selected based on the relevancy, credibility and interest to the geospatial community. After the team shares all their researched articles, all members vote on the most relevant pieces to write a briefing about.

Our volunteers’ dedication is very valuable to our community. Their efforts embody the spirit of what it means to really be the change you wish to see in the community.

Articles by Volunteer Editors and Group Writers

Canadian Geospatial Digest February 26

Canadian Geospatial Digest for February 26th, 2024

Bridging the Gap: GIS Solutions for Remote Communities in British Columbia  Ottawa’s Virtual Twin: A Deep Dive into the Creation…

International Geospatial Digest Feb 19, 2024

International Geospatial Digest for February 19th, 2024

DLR develops mobile station for Satellite Laser Ranging Fathom and World Bank collaborate to enhance flood resilience Black communities are…

canadian geospatial digest Feb 12, 2024

Canadian Geospatial Digest for February 12th, 2024

Laurier Professor Charts Northern Ice Roads A Laurier professor pioneers the mapping of northern ice roads, crucial lifelines in remote…

International Digest Feb 5

International Geospatial Digest for Feb 5th, 2024

Climate change could affect major port cities on America’s East Coast Thousands of Emperor Penguins discovered by satellite Unlocking new…

Canadian Geospatial Digest for Jan 29th, 2024

Did you know about Canada’s tundra fire? A new digital map will facilitate the deployment of autonomous vehicles Launch day…

International Geospatial Digest for Jan 23rd, 2024

GoGeomatics volunteer editors and writers have discussed these stories and decided to bring them to your attention for this our…

GoGeomatics Picks the Most Important International Stories of 2023

Saeideh’s pick: Interactive map shows where your food comes from Jonathan’s Pick: Canada’s National Geomatics Expo Jake’s pick: Mapping the…

Canadian Geospatial Digest January 15, 2024

Remote First Nation Community Getting High-Quality Digital Twin Exploring and Mapping the Environmental Stressors around Wood Buffalo National Park New…

GoGeomatics Picks the Most Important Canadian Geomatics Stories of 2023

The GoGeomatics volunteer editors and writers have selected the most significant stories from 2023 to share and highlight as we…

International Geospatial Digest December 18th, 2023

Automatic digitizing of imagery using QGIS GISCorps volunteer assisting Oracabessa Marine Trust Interactive map shows the locations of over 300…

Canadian Geospatial Digest December 11, 2023

The wildfire-fighting drones of the future. Restoring salmon habitat: An interactive map The maps selected for the 2024 Esri Canada…

International Geospatial Digest December 4th, 2023

ArcGIS GeoBIM proves critical for Peruvian megaprojects Taylor Geospatial Institute increases hiring Growing the Australian geospatial industry Mapping USA’s food…

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