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Surveying and CAD: Add GIS, Stir and Serve

When Jon Murphy asked me to write something about ‘Surveying and CAD’ this month I thought, “no problem, when do…

Esri Canada User Conference Toronto 2012

As this is my first article with GoGeomatics Canada, I would like to start off by saying a warm hello…

Trends and Opportunities: the Geospatial Dispora

If you are reading this, more likely than not, you’re interested in all things geospatial. The vast majority of the…

Microsoft Beta Testing Laserless Point Clouds

Microsoft Launches Beta Testing Program to Achieve Laserless Point Clouds In July 2012 Microsoft announced the launch of its beta…

The Evolving World of Canadian Geomatics – Business Opportunities

The world of geomatics has changed dramatically in the past 20 years.  Whereas GIS and other related geomatics technologies were…

Bob Ryerson: State of our Art – Canadian Geomatics Editorial

For the first editorial for the new Canadian web magazine for geomatics I have been asked to comment on where…

Debunking Dust Bowl Dogma

Required reading in numerous U.S. history survey courses, it is the consummate tale of human folly: the Dust Bowl. The…

Stephanie Murphy – GIS Analyst for the R.C.M.P

GoGeomatics Canada would like to welcome one of their editors, Stephanie Murphy. Stephanie graduated from Ryerson University with a Master…

Melanie Tranter – Land Use Specialist at NAV Canada

GoGeomatics Canada had the privilege of interviewing one of their very own editors, Melanie Tranter! GoGeomatics: We would like to begin by…

Andrew Hoggarth: CARIS Geospatial Software Solutions

GoGeomatics recently had the opportunity to talk with Andrew Hoggarth, Marketing and Sales Manager, CARIS . As a senior executive in the Geomatics industry, Andrew has a wealth of experience to share about CARIS and how his technical expertise has led him to a senior position in a business role.