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LiDAR workstation

LiDAR Workshop held at UNB

On the morning of the 25th of January, I headed down to the Forestry complex at the University of New…

Call for Speakers for First National Canadian Geomatics Competition: Feb 17-18, 2018

A Geomatics-based consulting competition for post-secondary students. The NGC organizing committee is looking for engaging industry presenters to speak on…

The Ellipsoid Crosses Here: Geodetic Plaque Unveiling at UNB’s Head Hall

The University of New Brunswick Department of Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering held a ceremony on Tuesday, 20 June 2017, to…

Elevation Differences

Grand Lake Meadows New Brunswick: Accuracy Comparison of Elevation Datasets

Grand Lake Meadows (GLM), the largest wetland in New Brunswick. GLM is a historically and ecologically significant area which is…

In the Book: Dr. Yun Zhang & UNB EarthView3D Project Team Develop 3D Line Maps (VR) Visualization

Funded by the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI), Canada Research Chairs program, and the New Brunswick Innovation Foundation Research Technicians…

UNB: Spring Graduate Seminar and Student Technical Conference

  The GGE Spring 2017 Graduate Seminar and Student Technical Conference was held on Thursday, 16 March. The well-attended activity…

Geospatial Development: Enhancing GIS curricula with programming skills at UNB

Geospatial information science and technology (GIS&T) has rapidly evolved over the last few decades. This evolution has created a highly…

How Canadian Remote Sensing Was Made Commercially Successful & Exportable

This piece started as a note on some of my experience as an international consultant in remote sensing specifically and…

UNB Student Wins American Fellowship Award

Ryan White, a Ph.D. student working with Prof. Richard Langley in the Department of Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering, has won…

Location Encoding Systems – Could geographic coordinates be replaced and at what cost?

Geocoding is the process of converting a street address into a physical location that can be described with a pair…

Remembering Roger Tomlinson & Early History of GIS in Canada

It’s two years now since Roger Tomlinson passed away.  Roger’s and my career path have crossed several times over the…

Fredericton’s New Old Centennial Survey Monument

In June 1967, the Centennial Survey Monument (the “Globe”) was unveiled in Fredericton at a prominent location opposite the new…