map

International Geospatial Briefing November 28th, 2022

Germany Builds Digital Twin of Rail Network in NVIDIA Omniverse Kalmar Municipality Streamlines Digital Capture for Community Planning How Drones…

2022 Back to School Socials in Pictures – Thank you Sponsors & Participants!

The 7th annual GoGeomatics 2022 Back to School Socials have been a tremendous success. Our groups and group leaders across…

Final Sponsors announced for GoGeomatics Canada Back to School Socials 2022

GoGeomatics Back to School Socials are happening this September! Join us and the Canadian geospatial community as we welcome new…

Canadian Geospatial Briefing September 12th

1. Rising temperatures put at least a quarter of marine life around P.E.I. at risk 2. Canadian youth join NASA…

Collaboration of VertiGIS and Statistics Canada Update Census Program Data Viewer

  Overcoming Challenges to Make Complex Data Accessible to All VertiGIS and Statistics Canada presented the collaborated result of the…

A creative in a geospatial scientist’s world

Jonathan Wagner took time to “Map” the right path for himself Some people leave high school sure of where they…

Companies to unlock unprecedented levels of location-based data with Sparkgeo’s new Prescient Earth Observation platform

Every day over 500TBs of data flow from earth observation satellites. Pair that with data from billions of smart devices,…

Snowplow trackers making it easier to navigate Canadian winters

Winter is well underway in many parts of Canada and there are a few mapping resources to help you navigate.…

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…

1 2 3 46