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Take the Canadian Geomatics Survey: Pan-Canadian Positioning, Navigation & Timing (PNT) Strategy

Canadian Geodetic Survey

The Canadian Geodetic Survey (CGS) is developing a plan to expand its Positioning infrastructure and services. The CGS’s Positioning infrastructure plan is a key component of the pan-Canadian Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT) Strategy being developed across several federal departments.

As a user of positioning services in Canada, CGS is interested in knowing more about your current positioning needs, as well as where you foresee needing improvements to existing infrastructure. CGS would also like to know how these improvements would be of value to you or your clients.

CGS invites you or your organization to participate in the following brief survey. Your input will be invaluable. CGS will use it to help guide infrastructure development, and to build the business case for the new PNT Strategy. Survey results will remain anonymous.

CGS would also be grateful if you could forward this survey to others in your field of work, or who have an interest in positioning services in Canada.

The Canadian Geodetic Survey thanks you in advance for your participation.


Jason Bond, jason.bond2@canada.ca
Catherine Robin, catherine.robin@canada.ca
Canadian Geodetic Survey, Natural Resources Canada

2 comments on "Take the Canadian Geomatics Survey: Pan-Canadian Positioning, Navigation & Timing (PNT) Strategy"

  1. Avatar Tesfay Zeray Girmay says:

    Hey I want to involve in the Canadian Geodetic Survey (CGS). I am a BSc holder in Geomatics Engineering and if it is possible i want to put foot print.I have also 2 year work Experience. I would happy if you need to contact me via email(zertesfish@yahoo.com). With Best Regards!!!

  2. Avatar Tesfay Zeray Girmay says:

    How can i take the Canadian Geomatics Survey??

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