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 …
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.
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 …
This 1895 Ottawa panoramic map provides viewers an oblique aerial view in a south direction from the east looking west up the Ottawa river. It contains detailed sketches of several principal business buildings at that time, that are displayed around the edges of the map. You also get a look at the transit rail system and a view of Parliament Hill before the big fire in 1916. Find out how to get a high resolution copy of this historic map ….
Aethon is currently deploying a fleet of next generation airborne and UAV-based LiDAR acquisition systems that will be deployed regionally across North America along with cloud based processing technology.
The event is co-located with the GeoIgnite 2019 conference for location technologies data and services. Candidates will have the opportunity to explore an array of employment opportunities, including in the public and private sector, and receive access to the exhibitors’ area of GeoIgnite.
The Canadian Federal Government will be hosting a student open government challenge, to help discover how students are using open data and open information …
This inaugural event will bring together senior members of the government, business executives, and thought leaders in the IT and location technology sectors in our nation’s capital.
The Carleton University BA in Geomatics exploring various applications in planning, environmental and resources management, hazard mapping, demographics, market analysis, and education. Practical experience will be gained in geomatics, cartography, remote sensing, and quantitative analysis.
2016 GoGeomatics Back to School Socials
Join the Geospatial Community as they come together to celebrate new-comers to the geomatics sector at the third annual Back to School Canada wide Social Event
CanadianGIS.com have been involved in GoGeomatics Socials since 2010 when we helped start the first one in Ottawa, and are happy to again help support all the upcoming 2016 GoGeomatics Back to School Socials taking place in September.
GoGeomatics is inviting new and returning students to kick off the school year with other geomatics professionals at this free networking event. This is GoGeomatics way of welcoming the newest members of the Canadian geospatial community to the geomatics sector.
Everyone is welcome, from all areas of geomatics – from GIS, to remote sensing, to surveying, to cartography … Events will be taking place in Halifax, Ottawa, Kingston, Niagara, Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton, Nelson, Kelowna, and Vancouver – so find one near year and get out and meet someone else in the geomatics sector. Click the links above to RSVP, find out who else is attending, see photos and comments from past events and much more.
Come share a pint with a great community, enjoy some free munchies, and have the chance to win prizes.