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Spring Speaker Series: Intergraph & Education in Ottawa, Toronto

We’re pleased to announce a new series of talks at the upcoming GoGeomatics Socials in Ottawa and Toronto.

Brad Schmidt from Intergraph Canada will be stopping by our March socials in Ottawa and Toronto to talk about Intergraph’s innovative new educational programs, and parallel programs for business. This talk will highlight new developments such as point cloud modeling, UAVs for local area mapping, workflow automation, and crowd sourcing for infrastructure management, and present programs for accessing some of the latest technology from a geomatics industry leader. This is a great opportunity to hear about the latest in geospatial software right from the source, and learn how it can benefit your research, your classroom, and your company. You’ll have lots of time at the end to get all your questions answered, as well!

The Ottawa group networking and having a good time at the GoGeomatics social.GoGeomatics Socials are all about networking in a casual environment

Everyone in geospatial academics, from professors to students, is encouraged to attend. But companies will find value in this talk as well. As you know, the geomatics industry is in a continual state of development. Educating students and young professionals remains paramount to preparing the next generation of innovators. Hexagon Geospatial/Intergraph is looking at the market differently, by providing ready access to a complete suite of geomatics software for the education and commercial industries. Here are just some of the benefits of the Intergraph Education Program:

  • Annual or permanent core product lab licensesINTERGRAPH
  • Add-on licenses for specialized products
  • Free student licenses with purchase of lab licenses
  • Educational server licenses
  • Product support
  • Teaching materials
  • And more!

Brad will be speaking at the following socials – mark your calendars!

City Date & Time Location
Ottawa Tuesday, March 24, 6PM James Street Pub, 390 Bank Street
Toronto Thursday, March 26, 6PM Fox & Fiddle Pub, 280 Bloor Street West

brad schmidt pic

Brad Schmidt is a Business Development Consultant with Intergraph Canada, focusing on Intergraph’s extensive suite of geospatial imaging products and solutions. Brad has more than 25 years’ experience working within the geomatics industry. He’s been a business owner, educator, and technical specialist, with extensive experience working in management, business development, and sales and marketing.

Before joining Intergraph, Brad served as Vice President of Sales and Marketing at PCI Geomatics, responsible for their global sales operations. Prior to that, he was Director of the Mapping & GIS Solutions Division for Intergraph’s operations in the Middle East, where he spent 10 years managing the implementation of geospatial solutions. Brad’s areas of experience include: remote sensing, photogrammetry, geographic information systems, mapping systems, and location-based services.

Brad holds a Master of Science degree in Geography with a specialization in remote sensing from the University of Calgary, and an Honours Undergraduate Degree from Wilfred Laurier University. He has also completed a series of post-degree studies in geology and remote sensing from the University of Waterloo.

Brad has a wealth of experience to bring to the table, and we’re very much looking forward to hearing his insight. These events, like all GoGeomatics networking Socials, are free and open to everyone in the geospatial community. Join Brad at a GoGeomatics Social to learn more, and remember to ask him about the free geospatial education campus-wide grant!

Please email info@gogeomatics.ca to let us know you’re attending!

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