Call for Public Service Leadership: Geomatics used for the Public Good
Open Government is about making government accessible to everyone. Participate in conversations and share your expertise. The use of geomatics has become an integral part of systems that address issues such as, climate resiliency, flooding, forest fires and public health.
Digital twinning & BIM is being increasingly used in the automotive, healthcare, systems engineering and aerospace industries. Cities like Singapore, Shanghai, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York and Phoenix have all embraced regional digital twinning to plan their cities, transportation networks and electricity grids.
Has your department leveraged geomatic technologies to tackle these modern-day concerns?
With the demand for government transparency in mind, this is the perfect opportunity to showcase how you have implemented geospatial innovations. Demonstrate how you have you enhanced the lives of Canadians using geospatial technology by presenting your work at the GoGeomatics Expo in Calgary Nov 6-8th.
What to submit:
The GoGeomatics Expo Committee is looking for those who lead and build real-life public service projects to submit abstracts for this unique event.
They should represent new or innovative thinking, demonstrate the value of geospatial technologies, data, services or methodologies, and have made an impact on government and the citizens and communities it serves.
These examples can be found at the provincial, local, federal, international, departmental, and agency levels. We’re looking forward to being surprised, both at the scope and nature of the proposals we receive.
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