Technology

Your Canadian Geospatial Briefing for August 7th: 2018 Report for Canadian Geospatial Capacity; Michael Rack and MDA; Current and Nokia; Alert Geomatics

CCMEO has published a Report outlining Canada’s efforts to develop geospatial capacity at the UN Today, in the margins of…

Your Global Geospatial Briefing for July 30th: Russian satellite; Deimos Imagery; Will Cadell talks software; Abu Dhabi; Singapore; Continental Mapping

$150 million Russian satellite to launch by 2025 Russia’s Research and Production Association of Machine-Building has won a contract with…

GIS and Archaeology Took Me to Rome

Dreams can come true. One of mine has. Waking up on my first full day in Rome today, I decided…

Leading in times of disruption: Canada’s geospatial past, present and future

Canada’s Geospatial Past We can be proud of our history and achievements in the fields of Science, Geography, and Geomatics.…

Your Canadian Geospatial Briefing for July 23rd: Thai cave rescue; TECTERRA LEAP program; data and cannabis; Marine Emergency Response; Behr technologies

Thai Cave rescue aided by Calgary geomatics company Intermap Technologies provided crucial data that helped rescuers reach the 12 children…

Your Global Geospatial Briefing for July 3rd: EU space program; Continental Mapping Consultants; trajectoryXyzt; CIGAR; Pakistan’s SAR satellite; Airbus/Planet partnership

The European Commission to spend $18.6B on space program The Galileo and European Geostationary Navigation Overlay Service (EGNOS) satellite navigation…

Tarin’s Kim Koons discusses future of the geospatial data business in Canada

A GIS is not much use without the data.  GoGeomatics turns our attention to Tarin Resource Services in order to…

Your Canadian Geospatial Briefing for June 25th: Canadian GIS Program Closing; Arctic Coast Guard; Canadian Gov’t and Big Data; Radarsat Satellites; flood imagery; Investing in Canada Plan

Why is Red River College closing its GIS program? “Low Industry and labour market demand and difficulty attracting students” as…

Your Global Geospatial Briefing for June 18th: Kepler.gl; CSIRO Centre for Earth Observation; Smart cities in Nepal; UPS; Blockchain

Will a new Geospatial Analysis tool from Uber challenge traditional GIS software? Kepler.gl is Uber’s new “data-agnostic, high-performance web-based application…

Your Canadian Geospatial Briefing for June 11th: SensorUp; Big Data Toronto; Drone Delivery Canada; Canada Forum on Geospatial Standards; MDA; Smart City Support Program

Drone Delivery Canada chosen for Beyond Visual Line-of-Sight Pilot Project  Drone Delivery Canada has been selected to participate in Transport Canada’s…

Sparkgeo Interview with Will Cadell, one of Canada’s most Innovative Geospatial Entrepreneurs

GoGeomatics:  Hi Will.  Thanks for taking the time to talk to the GoGeomatics community. You’re a successful geospatial entrepreneur with a…

Your Global Geospatial Briefing for June 4th: Free Sentinal-2 images; GEO Business; Hexagon and Klau Geomatics; Gaofen-6; Galileo second generation

ESRI users will receive Sentinel-2 Image Services free  Imagery from the Earth Observation Satellite Sentinel-2 is available through the Living…