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Data and Systems at the Weather Network

In honour of International Women’s day on March 8th, GoGeomatics will feature interviews and articles by women about women in…

Peggy March: Women in Geospatial Careers – A System Failure

When I considered what to write about women in the geospatial world, from my perspective, I was stymied. I am…

Intergraph Geospatial 2013 Complimentary Seminars Demonstrate Power of Unified Portfolio

With more than 60 new products and product upgrades combined, including exciting new capabilities in GeoMedia and the ERDAS product…

Announcing Geospatial 2013 World Tour – United, Modern, Dynamic

For many years, organizations have struggled with using geospatial data effectively. This is a common problem faced by government agencies,…

Meghan Miller: Creative Canadian Cartographer

GoGeomatics recently had the pleasure of speaking with a creative cartographer who has a passion for paper maps.  Find out…

Education: Where is the Leadership in the Canadian Geomatics Community?

In previous postings on GoGeomatics Canada  (GIS in the School System & GIS Partnerships Between the Community and the Education…

Open Source Geomatics Software & Geomatics Careers

GoGeomatics had a chance to talk with Teresa Baldwin the Community Manager for FOSSLC, an open source based, not-for-profit group.

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Where will your Geomatics Career Bring You?

“Should you Specialize or Diversify?” Something many of us in geomatics often come across in our careers is whether or not we…

Extraterrestrial Geomatics: An interview with Dr. Nancy McKeown

I recently interviewed Dr. Nancy McKeown, who in 2010, gave a talk at the SETI Institute entitled: What Clays Can…

Fleming College: On GIS Day It’s About Careers

GIS Day, having been a few days ago, is still hot on my mind. Here at Fleming, there was a…

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Ethics for the GIS Consultant is Good Business

I just finished a small GIS job for a client. A really small job. They wanted to know where the…

GIS Training Approaches with Scott Bell

GIS training and teaching is a fascinating endeavor. Undergraduate classes are a mélange of students from disciplines that span the…