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Lidar / GPS Terrain Modelling for Ice Jam Emergency Response

Prince George BC: Lidar / GPS Terrain Modelling for Ice Jam Emergency Response

Unprecedented ice jams led to extensive flooding in Prince George as temperatures dipped to record lows in the winter of…

Neil Thompson: Geospatial Intelligence & Canadian Military (Part 2)

This is the second part of the interview GoGeomatics Canada has done with Neil Thompson, the Managing partner of the…

The Mapping & Analysis of Violent Injury in Canadian Cities

After experiencing another Toronto social event thanks to GoGeomatics Canada, I am reminded of how a night out can increase…

Jasna & Deanna

URISA – More Than Just Maps: Google Person Finder

I had the opportunity to attend URISA Ontario’s (Urban and Regional Information Systems Association) Be Spatial ’13 event held in…

The Modern Metropolis & the Role of Geomatics: Toronto City Age Conference Review

On Thursday, May 16, 2013 and the following Friday in Toronto, I had the privilege of attending a conference on…

Matthew Tait: The Business of Geomatics Engineering

In 2000, I was just finishing a two year stint living in Belgium working on modeling downstream facilities.  Yes, we…

Relying on Technology for EMS in Canada – Pros and Cons

New Years is a time to reminisce about the past year and compile your thoughts. What better way to do…

Canada’s Arctic: Spatial Info/Geotech Opportunity

Canada’s north has always been a challenge to those living there and to geoscience professionals alike. The sheer size of…

Pamela in Pakistan – Part 2 Canadian GIS Professional with the United Nations

GoGeomatics has received an update from Pamela in Pakistan!  She has returned safely to Canada and we are pleased to…