Creating a new GIS from scratch is a tough undertaking. It involves a lot of innovation. Ecere, a Canadian company based in Gatineau, Québec has been developing a software platform […]
It is rare to learn of a GIS company in which much R&D is done up front to create the programming language used to build its tools. Ecere, a Canadian […]
Not many companies undertake the ambitious goal of creating a new geospatial software suite from scratch. Ecere, a Canadian company based in Gatineau, Québec has been developing a software platform […]
Have you ever felt the wrath of a Canadian Crown Corporation? In 2011 Canada Post set its sights on Ervin Ruci and by 2012 had sued him personally for copyright […]
I guess I was lucky. It seems to me that I always wanted to be a civil engineer, but if asked I think we all have someone that we can […]
This is the second part of the interview GoGeomatics Canada has done with Neil Thompson, the Managing partner of the WCGroup. Neil is also the former Director Geospatial Intelligence for […]
GoGeomatics had the chance to interview Neil Thompson, the Managing partner of the WCGroup. Neil is also the former Director of Geospatial Intelligence for the Canadian Forces and a retired […]
Industry and public awareness for commercial applications of UAV technology has increased significantly in Canada and throughout North America. Initially the technology was primarily developed for military use, where the […]
In 2000, I was just finishing a two year stint living in Belgium working on modeling downstream facilities. Yes, we used close-range photogrammetry. Really dull technical work, but we succeeded […]
When Jon Murphy asked me to write something about ‘Surveying and CAD’ this month I thought, “no problem, when do you need it?” Upon more reflection, it occurred to me […]
Here, we will be speaking with Dr. James M. Secord. He is the Director of Undergraduate Studies in Geomatics in the Department of Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering at the University […]
This is the the first part of a new section featuring Geomatics Entrepreneurs with Jonathan Bailey the founder of SpatialBridge a geomatics consultancy in Ottawa, Canada.
Dan Eslinger of NavCom Technology Inc was kind enough to talk with GoGeomatics to help better explain and define what a Manager Software Engineering role could be.