geodesy

Geospatial or Geomatics: The Headaches of Terminology in Canada

Great debates about the terms geomatics, geospatial, geoinformation and geoscience have occurred for decades. Additional terms like geoanalysis, geolocation, geocomputation…

Making a choice about GIS Certifications

GIS Certification: Is it Worth it?

Unlike Canadian surveyors, for example, GIS professionals in Canada are not pressed by law to obtain certification.  This fact has…

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…

Cartographic Specialist or Applications Specialist: That Is The Question.

Well, at least for a post-grad GIS student… Having recently graduated from the University of Ottawa with a BA Honors…

University of New Brunswick Surveying: James Secord

Here, we will be speaking with Dr. James M. Secord. He is the Director of Undergraduate Studies in Geomatics in…

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…

Brad Maguire: GIS Instructor at Vancouver Island University

GoGeomatics: Welcome to the GoGeomatics Canada community. First off, can you tell us about where you are from and where…

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.

Dan Eslinger of NavCom Technology Inc

Manager Software Engineering

Dan Eslinger of NavCom Technology Inc was kind enough to talk with GoGeomatics to help better explain and define what a Manager Software Engineering role could be.