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February Live in Canada: National Geomatics Competition on Social Media

National Geomatics Competition 2018

National Geomatics Competition 2018

GoGeomatics Canada is excited about the first national Canadian Geomatics Competition taking place this February 16 to the 19, 2018.

This event offers geomatics students the chance to prove their talent to some of the biggest names in our industry. This being the first year of the competition we only expect this great idea to grow.  We hope that you will join us online if not in person to see students tackle problems and challenges presented to them.  What challenges you ask?  Have a look at the agenda and video below.

Geomatics Competition Agenda:

Inside the agenda is the National Geomatics Competition Schedule (Click here).  A big thank you to all the sponsors who have agreed to help.  You can see that list here.  The tally now sits at 16 sponsors from all areas of geomatics in Canada.

GoGeomatics Competition Social:

GoGeomatics will be there hosting a social and participating on social media and writing articles during and after the event.

For many of the participants this could be a career defining moment in geomatics.

GoGeomatics & National Geomatics Competition Social Extravaganza

GoGeomatics & National Geomatics Competition Social Extravaganza

Social Media Channels:

To follow along on the days of the competition you can follow these social media accounts

Facebook: @nationalgeomaticscomp
Instagram: @NGeoComp
Twitter: @NGeoComp

Interview with Organizers:

Here is our deep dive with the two students leading the efforts to bring Canadian geomatics and geospatial students together.

Future of Geomatics in Canada: Inside the National Geomatics Competition

YouTube Video for the event:

 

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