mapping

Low-cost, less-time, lesser-logistics and high-accuracy mapping with drone-imagery

Highlights There is a tendency to use aerial photographs and digital images as the cartographic product!These pictures are the primary…

Advances in Satellite Imagery and Technology Cause a Basemap Evolution

Digital mapping as a discipline emerged in the 1960s, when the U.S. Census Bureau used geographic information systems (GIS) and…

Mapping air pollution: a momentary shift due to COVID-19

COVID-19 and the resulting economic shutdowns and physical distancing measures have presented us with a peek at what it takes…

Your Canadian Geospatial Briefing for May 21: Digitization of property portfolio; Calgary-based company develops app for COVID-19; Mapping the curve; Declaration calls for maintaining global links

Government agency pushes property portfolio into future with digitization Real Property Services (RPS), a branch of Public Services and Procurements…

Event in Review: Geotechnologies for Resource Management

In January each year, the Centre of Geographic Sciences (COGS) combines an industry expo with a two day conference. This…

2019-2020 Back to School Socials in Pictures – Thank you Sponsors & Participants!

The 6th annual GoGeomatics 2019 Back to School Socials have been a tremendous success.  After coming off the success of…

International Digest July 3rd, 2019

Your Global Geospatial Briefing for July 2nd: Cities can address the roots of urban challenges; Geospatial among hottest job skills;…

Your Canadian Geospatial Briefing for June 3rd: Mapbox; Location Tech myths; Maxar; Apple Maps; UrtheCast

Mapbox joins GeoIgnite 2019  GeoIgnite has a new platinum sponsor! Location data platform Mapbox is joining the top decision makers and…

Your Canadian Geospatial Briefing for May 21st: Jim Watson at GeoIgnite; Flood maps; Maxar and DARPA; RADARSAT

Mayor Jim Watson to open GeoIgnite 2019  GeoIgnite is excited to announce that Mayor Jim Watson will be introducing the…

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