SkyWatch Space Applications, a Waterloo-based space technology startup, announced it has completed a $10M CAD Series A round of financing to provide companies with affordable and reliable access to satellite data.
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COGS and the Applied Geomatics Research Group would like to invite you to join them at the Geo-technologies for Resource Management Conference focused on innovative and wide-ranging applications of geo-technologies in the increasingly important field of resource management.
Due to the incredible success of the Canadian Geospatial Career Fair held last June at the GeoIgnite Conference in Ottawa, GoGeomatics is now bringing this format to both Toronto and Vancouver in 2020. Find out more details and how to register …
Thanks to a large urban population and an active geomatics sector, you will often find many GIS Jobs in Vancouver, here are some of the latest opportunities …
The Federal Government of Canada published the “Federal Airborne LiDAR Data Acquisition Guideline” in support of LiDAR data acquisitions. The document is meant to be a resource for the acquisition of base elevation data derived from airborne data and provide guidance to the LiDAR community in support of developing highly accurate national elevation products.
Note: This document has been updated to version 2.0 – find out how to download a copy …
GoGeomatics Canada announced that GeoIgnite 2020 will take place in Ottawa from June 22th to 24th. The conference will bring together experts from across Canada and the globe and will provide an opportunity to Canadian businesses and all levels of government to come together to understand the opportunities and linkages between the worlds of Artificial Intelligence, Remote Sensing, Augmented Reality, BIM, Cybersecurity, and geospatial data and tools.
SkyWatch is excited to announce that the company was selected by the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) to complete Phase I of the Artificial Intelligence and Big Data Analytics for Advanced Autonomous Space Systems challenge.
The purpose of the annual CaGIS map design competition is to promote interest in map design and to recognize significant design advances in cartography. The focus of this competition is design; therefore, judging is based on cartographic design criteria, such as creativity, text (spelling and grammar, too), balance, unity, clarity, use of color, and subject matter.
The competition is open to all map-makers in the United States and Canada for maps completed or published during the current calendar year (2019). Help showcase some great Canadian geospatial projects, and find out how to submit your entries …
Over the years Ottawa has evolved into a political and technological center of Canada and considered one of the best places to live in Canada. Check out some of the GIS jobs available in the Ottawa area …
The Canadian Geospatial Data Extraction tool is a handy resource that allows users to extract seamless geospatial open data based on specific user-defined geographic area and data options