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Blue Marble Announces Featured Speakers for 2014 User Conference in Calgary

Blue Marble Geographics (bluemarblegeo.com) is pleased to announce the featured speakers for the 2014 Blue Marble User Conference (BMUC) to…

Team Ryerson at the 2014 Spatial Knowledge Information (SKI) Conference in Banff, Alberta

On February 6-9, 2014, Dr. Claus Rinner, Associate Professor of Geography and Program Director of the Master of Spatial Analysis…

Evolving Education, Geography, Geomatics & going beyond “What is the Capital of?” in Canada

When I was in high school I developed an interest in geography as a field of study and perhaps a…

Designing with Information: GIS with Dimension, Ease of Use & Visually Unique

Geomatics and other industries which desire data in accurate yet visually stimulating presentations of communication and information are frequently turning…

Updated 2013 Canadian Geomatics Conferences & Events: GIS, Remote Sensing, Surveying

We decided to update our list of events and conferences that might be of interest to the geomatics community for…

The Death of Cartography and the Rise of the Machines

This article explores how technology has influenced map making and how cartography requirements have changed, and what skill sets one…

The Myth of COGS

When Jonathan Murphy mentioned to me ‘the myth of COGS’ as a topic of conversation in Ottawa I agreed to…

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…

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…

Top 5 GoGeomatics Canada Articles of 2012

To start the new year of right we are showcasing the top 5 GoGeomatics Magazine articles from 2012.  We launched…

Are you a COGS Graduate?

Dr. Bob Maher has started to research ‘the story of COGS’. This is a personal project for Bob and his…

Surveying and CAD: Add GIS, Stir and Serve

When Jon Murphy asked me to write something about ‘Surveying and CAD’ this month I thought, “no problem, when do…