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PCI Geomatics User Group Meeting Shows Promising New Features and Dedication to Customers

On February 4th, PCI Geomatics held their Annual User Group Meeting in Ottawa, Ontario. There was a high turnout, with…

Calgary 2015 GoGeomatics Social

GoGeomatics 2015 Back to School Socials: Over 350 Participants Coast to Coast

The 2nd annual GoGeomatics 2015 Back to School Socials have been a tremendous success.  Last year we had 200 participants…

New GoGeomatics Networking Group in Kingston Ontario

GoGeomatics Canada would like to announce Kingston, Ontario has been added to our growing list of cross-country GoGeomatics Socials! GoGeomatics…

GeoDecisions’ GeoILS Intelligent Location Server Used to Track Icebergs

A Canadian expedition team used GeoDecisions’ GeoILS® platform to help track icebergs during a voyage to better understand how icebergs…

Meet GoGeomatics’ Newest Social Leader: Tristan Forward

GoGeomatics Canada would like to extend a warm welcome to Tristan Forward, our newest social group leader in Calgary, Alberta.…

GIS Day 2014 at Carleton University – in Pictures

GoGeomatics celebrated GIS Day yesterday at Carleton University in Ottawa, part of the worldwide GIS Day celebrations. We would like…

Celebrating GIS Day at Carleton University

GIS Day is November 19, and GoGeomatics is looking forward to participating in this global celebration at Carleton University’s GIS…

GIS Day is Just around the Corner

This November 19, the geomatics world will celebrate the 15th annual GIS Day. GIS Day is part of Geography Awareness…

Carleton Researcher Fraser Taylor Releases Interactive Online Arctic Atlas

This new online, interactive atlas,  http://paninuittrails.org/index.html constructed from historical records, accounts, maps, trails and place names and visualized using innovative…

COGS & PCI Geomatics Education Initiative

RICHMOND HILL, Ontario, Canada—April 30, 2014: PCI Geomatics, a world-leading developer of remote sensing and photogrammetric software and systems, as…

Ottawa’s Geospatial Leaders Gather for CGCRT Debate at GoGeomatics Social

GoGeomatics Canada was privileged to play host to Ottawa’s geospatial leaders on Friday night.  (If you missed it, you’ll be…

Carleton Researchers Receive Two of the Prestigious 2014 Killam Awards

Distinguished Carleton University researcher Fraser Taylor has received a coveted Killam Prize worth $100,000, the Canada Council for the Arts…