geomatics sector

15 Geomatics LinkedIn Groups You Need to Join

Last year, we brought you our recommendations for 10 geomatics LinkedIn groups you should be following. This year, there were…

The First Nelson GoGeomatics Social Was a Hit

The first ever Nelson GoGeomatics Social met on Tuesday, May 26, and we’re pleased to say that it was a…

GANS Mentorship Program Fostering Geospatially-Enabled Society

The Geomatics Association of Nova Scotia (GANS) has been promoting the importance and value of the geomatics sector in Nova…

Summary Report: Canadian Geomatics Environmental Scan & Economic Value Study

NRCan has released a summary report synthesizing the findings of two long-anticipated studies that will illuminate the status of the…

CGCRT/GeoAlliance: Getting Off on The Wrong Foot

Since my last article on the CGCRT project, I’ve been waiting and watching for the CGCRT to address some of…

Are You an Unemployed Geospatial Graduate under 30? You’re Not Alone

Last September, GoGeomatics conducted a survey at their cross-Canada Back to School Socials to get a better picture of the…

CGCRT Says GeoAlliance – Take it or Leave it

As one of the former team members, and until last fall a volunteer of the Canadian Geomatics Community Round Table…

Will There Be A Canadian Geospatial Student Union?

Would you support a national Canadian geospatial student union that provided job opportunities, co-ops, and internship positions by becoming a…

A Breakdown of the NRCan 2014 Geomatics Country Report of Canada for the United Nations

Last year GoGeomatics brought our readers up to date on the 2012 country report from NRCan to the United Nations.…

GoGeomatics Asks about CCOG

The Canadian Council on Geomatics (CCOG) has been around for over 40 years. Despite that, many people in geomatics aren’t…

GoGeomatics Provides Digital & Social Media Services to Canadian Geomatics Businesses

At GoGeomatics Canada, we believe in the power of social media because we’ve seen it firsthand! For the past five…

A Geomatics Sector that Spatially Enables a Geospatial Community – A Team Canada Perspective

by Ed Kennedy and Evert Kenk. Is there value in formalizing definitions for both the Geomatics Sector and Geospatial Community…