innovation

Thinking about GIS or Whatever Happened to the Geography Teacher

(This title borrows from Tomlinson’s book of the same name, as well as a new book by Donald Savoie ‘…

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…

2013 Canadian Geomatics Conferences: GIS, Remote Sensing, Surveying

2013 Canadian Geomatics Conferences: Attending GIS, Remote Sensing, Surveying, Cartography, Geography Conferences Please note that we have an updated 2013…

Top Ten Geomatics LinkedIn Groups

GoGeomatics Canada has compiled a list of the Top Ten Geomatics related Linkedin Groups. Whether it’s Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn,…

Surveyors

November is Surveying and CAD on GoGeomatics

The month of November is going to be focused on topics in surveying and CAD in the Canadian geomatics industry.…

Canada’s Arctic: Spatial Info/Geotech Opportunity

Canada’s north has always been a challenge to those living there and to geoscience professionals alike. The sheer size of…

The Evolving World of Canadian Geomatics – Business Opportunities

The world of geomatics has changed dramatically in the past 20 years.  Whereas GIS and other related geomatics technologies were…

NRCAN Study of the Canadian Geomatics Sector

It looks as though the Canadian federal government, through NRCAN, is going to take a long hard and very expensive…

Inside TECTERRA’s Investing in Innovation Event!

Hello GIS, Geomatics, and Remote Sensing Friends! In February, I was given the opportunity to attend TECTERRA’s Investing in Innovation:…

Top 10 Canadian Geomatics Twitter Feeds

We have scoured the net and reviewed a number of Canadian Twitter streams. Skilled tweeters can pack a good deal of pertinent information and keen insight into 140 characters. The trouble is, they can be hard to find in a swelling sea of self-aggrandizing micro bloggers. That’s why we have assembled a list of the top ten Twitter feeds from Canadian geomatics professionals, personalities, and organizations.

Melanie Tranter – Land Use Specialist at NAV Canada

GoGeomatics Canada had the privilege of interviewing one of their very own editors, Melanie Tranter! GoGeomatics: We would like to begin by…

INVESTING IN INNOVATION : A TECTERRA EVENT

Who should attend
– Geomatics Entrepreneurs and Business Owners
– Small and Medium Size Geomatics Company Executives (Presidents, Vice Presidents, Directors)
– Geomatics Business Development Managers
– Geomatics Product Development and Technology Managers
There is no cost to attend this event but seating is limited. Only confirmed registrants will be admitted.

There will be time for networking and private meetings provided throughout the day. Request your reservation for this event by February 15th, 2012.