The 45th Annual CCA Conference and General Meeting is fully online due to the extended COVID19 pandemic, registration is only $20 and open to everyone …
Join us virtually this year for Canada’s National Geospatial Leadership: GeoIgnite conference on July 22nd to 24th, 2020!
GeoIgnite is a unique opportunity for geospatial community in Canada and abroad to learn, share and engage with one another at our virtual conference.
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.
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.
Find out why over 4 thousand users from the Canadian geospatial community attend various Esri User Conferences every year …
More than just an event, GÉOMTL 2019 is an immersive experience that allows people to meet, exchange information, and discover innovations in the field for the geomatics community.
The 2019 Indigenous Mapping Workshop in Inuvik is targeted towards Canada’s northern communities and will host up to 75 participants. It will explore the NWT Geomatics Portal, Inuvialuit Settlement Region Online Platform, Google, Esri Canada, QGIS, Mapbox, OpenStreetMap, and other geospatial tools.
GeoAlberta 2019 will be the industry’s top knowledge-sharing opportunity in Western Canada. With surveyors, GIS specialists, municipalities, oil and gas, planners, and governmental policy makers all under one roof, there’s plenty of opportunity to hear about the newest applications of technology and where the industry is headed.
Every year MGUG host their annual Fall Conference that brings together over 300 GIS professionals from the private sector, government, non profits, and academics. It provides geospatial users in Manitoba an opportunity to learn more about the latest software innovations …
Communicating with maps and relevant spatial data is an important part of moving ahead through pressure of climate change impacts and other resource economy demands. The conference aims to represent the values of Canadian Cartography.