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Pictures from URISA Ontario: Be Spatial ’13 & GISP

On May 7th GoGeomatics Canada attended the URISA Ontario: Be Spatial 2013 conference  in Stoney Creek. If you follow us on Twitter @GoGeomatics you would have seen the blackberry photos of the event.   We also attended the GISP workshop the day before which was given by Tripp Corbin, CFM, GISP.  Do you have your GISP yet?   We’ve got a number of photos below of the day and the fun we had.

The event was a huge success. The URISA Be Spatial 2013 sold out with 250 people and the venue at maximum capacity.    The URISA Ontario executive team and volunteers did a great job.    A big thank-you to  Jasna Filipovic and Sandra Crutcher who we worked with closely preparing for the event.  We hope to see you next year.

GISP Workshop Ontario


Tripp Corbin & Jasna Filipovic Speaking at the GISP Workshop



URISA Ontario: Be Spatial  2013



URISA Ontario: Be Spatial 2013 Main Room



Jasna & Deanna





Jasna  (URISA Ontario) & Deanna (GoGeomatics Canada)




GoGeomatics Wins bronze for Innovation at URISA Ontario 2013



GoGeomatics Canada Wins a URISA Innovation Award






Don’t miss URISA-Ontario’s 14th Annual Summer Event
Geospatial Seminar & Golf Tournament
June 13, 2013

Cherry Downs Golf & Country Club 2110 Concession #7 Pickering, Ontario

Join your URISA Ontario peers for an informative Program Session followed by an afternoon golf tournament!
Format: 18-Hole Shotgun Start – 4 Person Scramble. For course details, visit the Cherry Downs Website

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