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5 Major Canadian GeoSpatial and IT Events for 2019

Though GoGeomatics is busy preparing for our GeoIgnite conference in June 2019, we are still committed to promoting events that…

Interview with Ted MacKinnon: One of Nova Scotia’s most valuable geospatial resources

“Oh the Places You will go!” Part 3: “Continuing the COGServation” I’ve been writing a series of articles and interviews…

Drone Conference In Dartmouth: geoFutures – Above Between and Below

The Geomatics Association of Nova Scotia (GANS) would like to invite you to join us at the Best Western Plus Hotel…

Teledyne Optech introduces low-cost, automated airborne surveying at GEOINT 2016

Teledyne Optech is pleased to announce that it will showcase its latest airborne systems including the autonomous Optech Eclipse at…

Building a Strong Canadian Geomatics Sector: Three Case Studies for Governance

The Canadian Geomatics Community Round Table is beginning to implement the Pan-Canadian Geomatics Strategy which seeks to guide and support…

Canadian Geomatics Twitter Channels: Friends with Benefits

This piece is generated by my experiences with my own account @RebelGeo and as Tweeter for Canadian Geographic Education @CanGeoEdu.…

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…

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…

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Neil Thompson: Geospatial Intelligence & Canadian Military

GoGeomatics had the chance to interview Neil Thompson, the Managing partner of the WCGroup. Neil is also the former Director…