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CIG Advancements in Geomatics 2016 Conference in New Brunswick Sept 26th-28th

geomaticsatlanticAdvancements in Geomatics –
Research and Collaboration for Informed Decisions in a Changing World

The Canadian Institute of Geomatics (CIG) New Brunswick Branch and the Conference Organizing Committees, invite you to join us as a valued participant in the Geomatics Atlantic 2016 Conference. This year we are in Fredericton, New Brunswick, to showcase once again, the premiere and largest annual Geomatics conference and trade show in Atlantic Canada.

Monday September 26, 2016 at 7:00 AM ADT
Wednesday September 28, 2016 at 6:00 PM ADT

Geomatics Atlantic 2016 will bring together academics, practitioners, vendors, and policy makers from the Geomatics community in an informative and productive three-day event under the theme of Advancements in Geomatics – Research and Collaboration for Informed Decisions in a Changing World.  With pre-conference workshops, a concurrent conference and exhibition, as well as a social event, attendees will enjoy both technical sessions and networking opportunities, while enjoying the beautiful City of Fredericton along the majestic Saint John River.


Izaak de Rijcke, OLS, LL.M.
Maintaining Capacity in Cadastral Studies with Principles of Boundary Law in Canada

Rodolphe Devillers
Crowdsourcing Small-Scale Fisheries Information: the Global Information System on Small-Scale Fisheries (ISSF)

Maciej Bazanowski
Determination of Creep in Salt Rock Mass Using the Results of Geodetic Surface Deformation Monitoring and Finite Element Method Analysis

Ian Church
Understanding the Estuarine Circulation of the Port of Saint John: Minimizing Multibeam Sonar Uncertainty through Modelling the Environment

Peter Dare, Yong-Won Ahn, and Maria Papaioannou
Insights into Ancient Civilizations and Structures through the Use of Modern Technology

Michael Willemot
GIS: The Essential Tool for Renewable Energies and Grid Reliability

Anna Szostak-Chrzanowski and Adam Chrzanowski
Enhancement of Integrated Analysis of Deformations in Complex Mining and Energy Projects

Dave Finley and David Coleman
Online Property Mapping and Topographic Data in New Brunswick, Canada:  Twenty Years on the Web

Mohammad Rezaee and Yun Zhang
Processing Large Scale Data for Urban Road Detection with Deep Networks

Shabnam Jabari and Yun Zhang
A Review on Urban Change Detection Using Remote Sensing

Gozde Akay, Peter Dare, Richard B. Langley
Determination of Periodic Variations of GPS Positions in a Volcanic Region

Shabnam Jabari et al.
Improving UAV Imaging Quality by Sensor Fusion


We are pleased to confirm our first workshop Getting More out of GeoNB. The Presenters will be Bernie Connors and Julie McKay from the Government of New Brunswick. The workshop will be held on September 26 from 1 PM to 4:30 PM
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The conference takes place at the  Delta Fredericton, situated on the majestic Saint John River, 225 Woodstock Road, in the beautiful city of Fredericton. The venue has ample free parking and is easily accessible by car, taxi, or city transit.

Discounted Rates:
Geomatics Atlantic has negotiated a discounted room rate of $139 + tax for attendees, presenters and exhibitors of the conference.

Discounted rooms are limited and reservations can be made directly with Marriott Reservations at (506) 457-7000 or toll free at 1-866-892-4400.

Exhibition & Sponsorship Opportunities

Why Should You Participate?

  1.  Demonstrate your company’s leadership in the geomatics field
  2.  Reach key leaders in academic and industry researchers and users
  3.  Raise your company’s visibility in the field
  4.  Exhibit and distribute your marketing and promotional materials

Details on the exhibition / sponsorship opportunities as well as registration forms are available in PDF. Please respond promptly, as exhibit spaces are limited in number will be assigned in the order that completed registration forms are received.


Robert Harris
Chair Canadian Institute of Geomatics – New Brunswick Branch

Join us at the Geomatics Atlantic 2016

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