The event brought together the geospatial community from industry, non-profit groups, associations, academia and all levels of government. It showcased the latest information on the technologies and their applications in 3D Mapping and included presentations, discussions, demos, and poster displays promoting technologies, related to the latest collection, analysis, and visualization software / hardware, from GIS to Virtual and Augmented Reality.
Last week I was fortunate enough to attend the biggest technology show in the world, known by most techies as CES (Consumer Electronics Show). HERE, an international company based out of Germany known for data and location related services, included me in a group of professionals that they invited to experience their vision of an Autonomous Future and the products and services that they believe will help make it possible.
Using state of the art displays, over sized high-resolution screens and custom animation, they wowed visitors from the moment they stepped inside. Some of the highlights that I was able to take back from my time spent with the various staff of HERE are included here …
I was fortunate enough to be able to attend the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show, better known by most as CES thanks to HERE, who included me in a small group of professionals that they invited to Las Vegas to see how Location Technology is leading the way to an Autonomous Future. The main focus of the exhibit was show casing HERE’s vision on the Autonomous Innovative Future built on location technology, including smart cities, autonomous vehicles, smart fleet tracking, advances in mobility, drones, and high speed transportation.
Soon it may not only be our roads that are congested. The growing popularity of drones, whether for recreational or commercial use, has highlighted the challenge of managing traffic in low-altitude airspace. Moreover, in the future Autonomous World, the traffic of both airborne and ground vehicles will need to be well orchestrated to ensure safety and efficiency.
GEO Jobe, a leading GIS software and solution provider offering UAV mapping services, is pleased to announce their projections for the Commercial Drone industry in 2018 …
The Geomatics Association of Nova Scotia (GANS) and the Canadian Institute of Geomatics (CIG) Nova Scotia Chapter would like to invite you to a workshop on 3D Data mapping that will be of interest to industry, non-profit groups, associations, academia and all levels of government.
It will take place at Centre of Geographic Sciences (COGS) in Lawrencetown. COGS is Canada’s largest geomatics-focused learning environment offering high-quality geographic information programs in the fields of GIS, surveying, remote sensing, mapping and land-use planning.
The final day will include the Annual COGS Industry Expo 2018
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PCI Geomatics will be hosting a User Group Meeting on November 15th in conjunction with a special event to celebrate PCI Geomatics’s 35 years in the Geospatial industry. This is a Free Event, but you need to register to reserve your spot.
This years event is being hosted by CIG-NL (Canadian Institute of Geomatics Newfoundland Branch) and will be held in historic downtown St.Johns Newfoundland and feature 150 years of geomatics in Canada …
Finally, A Business Gathering That Focuses On Integrating Drones Into Commercial Operations
UAV technology is evolving rapidly, creating game changing opportunities to a wide range of industries. Agriculture, oil & gas, mining, utilities, law enforcement and real estate are only a few of the sectors that can benefit from leveraging current and future commercial UAV technology.
Although the technology is already currently being rapidly employed around the world by these sectors, several other issues need to be addressed before the true revolutionary potential of drone technology will be unlocked.
Regardless of what industry you are currently working in, regardless of where you sit on the learning curve, whether you are currently employing, or thinking about potentially incorporating UAV technology into your business applications, this Commercial Applications for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles conference in Montreal is for you.
Experience thought-provoking discussions on the issues that matter most, eye-opening advancements in technology and practical, hands-on training in a pragmatic, yet exciting environment.
Drones By Zagora – Commercial Drones Conference in Montreal Sept. 21-22
The must-attend business gathering of the year for organizations interested in taking commercial drone / UAV applications to the next level
There has been a lot of hype around drones and UAVs, but nobody has addressed the commercial and industrial applications in a concrete manner… until now. The Drones By Zagora – Commercial Drone Conference in Montreal, Quebec has partnered with critical regulators, cutting edge technology providers and industry professionals from several different sectors.
Zagora’s Drones Conference in Montreal promises to provide practical solutions to the toughest challenges facing the industry today. Learn from and network with the international ‘Who’s Who’ of the drone and UAV world.
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It’s the fastest way to understand, start or jolt an UAV program
Five Reasons why you should attend this event …
- Understand how to convince upper management with a strong business case
- Effectively manage risks and implement a cost-effective, highly functional UAV program
- Ensure compliance with the current and upcoming regulations for legally operating a commercial UAV and avoid costly penalties
- Develop your own deployment plan and take advantage of being amongst the first movers
- Learn from and network with 350+ UAV users, international experts and regulators
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