geospatial

Geospatial Canada Briefing Oct 19: 1. Tsunami mapping; 2. Re-forestation with drones; 3. Vinland Map; 4. Holographic Sonar Displays; 5. Flood mapping; 6. drones in search & rescue

Tsunami mapping provides clearer picture of devastation for NW Vancouver Island A $1.2 million collaboration between five First Nations, four…

Find a GIS Job: Geospatial Career Seminar Oct 16, 2021

Finding a job in geospatial technology can be difficult, especially in a pandemic. That’s why GoGeomatics is bringing back our…

Launch of new Canadian Geospatial Training Site: GeoTechTraining

I’m pleased to announce the launch of our new Geospatial training platform GeoTechTraining.com. GoGeomatics is a constantly evolving enterprise that…

Measuring Access to Services: International and Canadian Experiences in Rural Analysis

The growth of open geospatial data and tools provides new opportunities to map accessibility to services for rural and remote…

Searching for BCIT GIS Practicum & Project Sponsors 2021/2022

What is the sponsorship program about? Mike Hill, the GIS Program Head of BCIT, is searching for potential partners to…

New Teledyne Geospatial combines world-leading expertise of CARIS & Optech to deliver comprehensive solutions for land and sea

Vaughan, Ontario, CANADA – September 14, 2021 – Teledyne announces the launch of a geospatial group with the unification of its…

In Canada EQ Partners with SafeGraph: Building Footprints and POI data

EQ Inc. , a leader in geospatial data and artificial intelligence driven software, is pleased to announce that it has…

2021’s Most Exciting Canadian Geospatial Companies

GIS and geospatial technology have come into the public eye more frequently over the last year due to the COVID-19…

$200 Million Fund Available for the growth of innovative Geospatial companies

This August saw the creation of the Trimble Ventures, a venture fund focused on investing in early and growth-stage innovative…

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